The Audacity of our Fearless Leader. and his supporters...

United States
April 23, 2008 2:50am CST
American Heritage Dictionary - Cite This Source - Share This au·dac·i·ty Audio Help (ô-das'i-te) Pronunciation Key n. pl. au·dac·i·ties 1. Fearless daring; intrepidity. 2. Bold or insolent heedlessness of restraints, as of those imposed by prudence, propriety, or convention. 3. An act or instance of intrepidity or insolent heedlessness: warned the students than any audacities committed during the graduation ceremony would be punished. I just responded to a discussion of someone who was a lil bush supporter. Of course I had to respond not only there but to start my own conversation. I am an American in the utmost. Most of my friends tell me I am one of the most Patriotic people they have ever met. I am a Marine Corps Brat and dang proud of it, I am a constitution supporter, and I will be the first one when I see a flag in tarnish or touch the ground to say "burn it." I am a member of the VFW Aux, I am a supporter of all our rights as Americans, especially the first Amendment. I support everyone's rights as Americans, or elsewhere to be honest. I am a humanitarian, and if you were to see me in real life, you would be shocked at the lengths I go to to speak for those who can't. I put my life on the line for those to protect their rights. Now if you know me and are following my discussions, you know I write for a politician, I am going to start writing for the Mayor, my work is extremely controversial...which I am very proud of because it makes people think and question. I have personally spoken to countless 9/11 survivors, I go through the world trade center at least two times a week, I see the carnage that has been left behind. I have to pass by those police and military when lil bush has decided we are at a 4 ducky alert. I see our rights and freedoms being stripped on a daily basis. I see our freedom of speech becoming less than that of other countries, men sent to GitMo and held for years without a trial and tortured. I have friends there now, who were placed there, not because they were guilty but because they were knowledgeable. My computer and phones are tapped, I go to the court cases held in Manhattan monthly, sometimes more for what has happened to our country. I am seeing it stripped moment by moment of the freedoms we claim to hold so true. Now for those of you who know me, you know what I think of lil bush, his ignorance, his death count, the reality that he kills people every day and could not even be bothered to serve himself except behind a desk while he decided to snort coke, and that he has not legitimately won an election since he was Governor of Texas. He has created not a recession but a depression in America again, worse than the one that happened not so long ago. I have been in Maine when the lil bushes have come through, I have watched this man become worse than Nixon, and only a few can be honest and speak the truth for fear of being labled an "Enemy Combatant". My question is, when do we say enough is enough? When do we take back our rights? Finally, when do the people take off the rose colored glasses that lil bush is such a great leader? If you want to say something negative to me, go ahead. I will defend your 1st Amendment rights, however I will not lower myself to your education level. Thanks in advance for the nice and nasty responses I will receive. Ainge
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