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Commentary :: Politics
Why Do You Pretend That Voting Works?
01 Nov 2004
a long time coming
Why Do You Pretend That Voting Works?


You know... If you figured out that pride was sin you would have a much greater idea of what is going on, here. Can you imagine an entire planet that will kill to defend it's 'right' to ignore? Truth is truth is truth. To 'believe in a lie' is not a right. Right is ordained by love- the thing that which we are. Have patience because the 'American flag' (as the 'English' and 'Canadian' flags are) is synonymous to what the 'swastika' represents (throw in the coke and McDonald's logos too). Patience is good- will you sell your soul for your 'right' to ignore truth? Consider that your every moment is inspired by the infinite moments behind them- if you are a lover of truth you will see what pride is--- patience is good when looking at the devil (though, of course, it is only patience pointing out that there is no devil so no reason to be afraid).

Food grows on trees and there is no excuse for fear.

Not only is the idea of 'Heaven-on-Earth' pretty, it's real.

in freedom,


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Re: Why Do You Pretend That Voting Works?
01 Nov 2004
I eat a lot of potatoes and carrots.......

"Food grows on trees". well spotted owls do, and I try to eat at least two a week, but even weasles need carbs and fibre!