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i would give you all my 'p' blood for that comment.

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Qaida Coma is very hard to come by. Sometimes he had to settle for Zawahiri Gold or Khalid Chronic.

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Hard to remember something that only happened on the internet.

In any case, wishing our military had shot down the hijacked planes is a troubling notion. Uber-patriots praise Dick Cheney for (supposedly and extra-Constitutionally as the VP is not Commander-in-Chief) ordering United 93 shot down. That would mean the Vice President ordered the killing of 40 citizens (45 on board, 5 hijackers). Is that really a good thing?

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Shit! First the Apaches and now the Qaeda. Break out the Winchesters.

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Dammit! I knew they were holding back out of a sense of kindness and sympathy in their hearts for The Great Satan. Excuse my Progressive 4th generation Democratic ass, but, bring it, losers.

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<i>From the moment I heard Frau say I had a clone, I knew that I'd be safe cuz I'd never be alone. An evil doctor shouldn't speak aloud about his feelings, my hurt and my pain don't make me too appealing. I'd hoped Scott would look up to me, run the business of the family, head an evil empire just like his dear old dad, give him my love and the things I never had. Scott would think I was a cool guy, return the love I have, make me want to cry, be evil, but have my feelings too, change my life with Oprah and Maya Angelou. But Scott rejected me, c'est la vie, life is cruel, treats you unfairly, even so, a God there must be, Mini Me, you complete me. </i>

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I saw him on teevee last night -- Elliot Spitzer interview, I think. Yoo was claiming the small force sent into Casa bin Laden is proof we had no intention of capturing him; that assassination -- illegal assassination! -- was the plan all along. That's kinda tortured logic, even coming from John Yoo.

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