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Old 10-02-2010, 02:00 AM
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Indeed.

As for the ignorant masses, I mean... Lets face it.. People will die, and typically the smart will endure.

You have no need to worry about yourself so you are trying to change the stupid world and that will eat you alive my friend..

The ones with good heads on their shoulders should be the good ambush predators that they are, law low with your ass in the grass and when the time comes unleash hell.
People die whether they are smart or otherwise.

I'm not trying to change the world and nothing eats me alive.

I don't lay low with my ass in the grass waiting for the time to come to unleash the hell.

I unleash the hell whether the time comes or not.

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Old 10-02-2010, 02:17 AM
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People die whether they are smart or otherwise.

I'm not trying to change the world and nothing eats me alive.

I don't lay low with my ass in the grass waiting for the time to come to unleash the hell.

I unleash the hell whether the time comes or not.
I respect your tenacity. "He who keeps his tongue keeps his life" But screw that, my line in the sand was crossed along time ago..

When my time to act comes, I won't be alone, and it will change the course of the nation.

But always try to live to fight another day, you're no good to us as a bloody breathable mist on the scorched earth that used to be your foxhole.

Goodnight.
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:22 AM
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I respect your tenacity. "He who keeps his tongue keeps his life" But screw that, my line in the sand was crossed along time ago..

When my time to act comes, I won't be alone, and it will change the course of the nation.

But always try to live to fight another day, you're no good to us as a bloody breathable mist on the scorched earth that used to be your foxhole.

Goodnight.
Please tell us what you mean when you say that when your time to act comes, you won't be alone and it will change the course of the nation.

Obviously, I don't keep my tongue.

Most people fight to live another day and not try to live to fight another day.

I have no clue what you mean when you say you're no good to us as a bloody breathable mist on the scorched earth that used to be your foxhole and I don't care.
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:44 AM
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What I'm saying is, you will be of the first to be silenced, then what have you left... You informed a bunch of, mostly kids, on the internet.

I want to leave a larger impact, and by when the time comes I mean when the rest of us decide to restore our constitutional republic as it was meant to be with the help of the second amendment and modern advances in firearms.

Actions speak louder than words, so go blow up a bunch of luciferians with a car bomb if you want to talk big... I'm not at that stage yet.

So I guess, keep talking.
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Old 10-02-2010, 10:53 AM
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What I'm saying is, you will be of the first to be silenced, then what have you left... You informed a bunch of, mostly kids, on the internet.

I want to leave a larger impact, and by when the time comes I mean when the rest of us decide to restore our constitutional republic as it was meant to be with the help of the second amendment and modern advances in firearms.

Actions speak louder than words, so go blow up a bunch of luciferians with a car bomb if you want to talk big... I'm not at that stage yet.

So I guess, keep talking.
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Old 10-05-2010, 06:39 PM
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Stewart was born in New York City, to a Jewish family. He and his older brother, Larry Leibowitz (who is presently the "Chief Operating Officer" of the New York Stock Exchange), grew up in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, where they attended Lawrence High School.

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Old 10-05-2010, 09:04 PM
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Oh, gosh.

How sad this country is when one feels it is necessary to apologize to Jon Stewart for anything they say about him.

Jon Stewart is a political satirist.

He is unimportant.

He pokes fun at everyone.

Does he ever apologize?

The answer is a resounding, "no."

His brother is the Chief Operating Officer of the New York Stock Exchange.

Does Jon Stewart apologize to us for that?

Rick Sanchez' wife apologizes for her husband's comments about Jon Stewart and Rick, himself, apologizes to Jon Stewart.

How sad.

I just wonder.

Why on earth does Rick Sanchez feel the need to apologize to Jon Stewart?

Jon Stewart, I mean Jon Leibowitz, is unimportant.

Oh, I already said that, didn't I?

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Old 10-05-2010, 09:16 PM
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What?

Are we going to apologize to Bill Maher next?
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Old 10-05-2010, 09:29 PM
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Oh, forgive me, please, Jon Leibowitz for saying anything negative about you.

Shall I bow down and kiss your feet NOW or would you prefer that I do it later?

Please say hello from all of us to your brother, the "Chief Operating Officer" of the New York Stock Exchange.

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Old 10-05-2010, 10:07 PM
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House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md) was neither humored nor pleased with Stephen Colbert's recent testimony before the House Judiciary committee's subcommittee on immigration, calling it an embarrassment for the Comedy Central host.

I think his testimony was not appropriate," said Hoyer, during an appearance on "Fox News Sunday." "I think it was an embarrassment for Mr. Colbert more than the House."

"You asked me, Chris [Wallace] whether the testimony was appropriate," he added. "I think it was not appropriate."

Colbert appeared before the committee on Friday in his trademark unaware, archconservative character to discuss his 10-hour volunteer work as a migrant farm worker. Almost immediately, lawmakers were piqued by the performance, with some cheering him on and others shaking their head in disbelief.

Committee chair John Conyers (D-Mich) asked Colbert to leave the room. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), meanwhile, said she thought the performance was "great" and "appropriate."

"He's an American, right?" said Pelosi. "He came before the committee. He has a point of view. He can bring attention to an important issue like immigration.

I think it's great."

The matter seemed settled there. But preceding Hoyer on "Fox News Sunday," House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) twice attacked Democrats for calling a comedian to Congress at a time when they should be passing jobs bills. Perhaps spooked by the charge or merely reflecting his own viewpoint, Hoyer largely agreed.

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The House Majority Leader said that Stephen Colbert's testimony was an embarrassment for Comedy Central.

Are you kidding me?

More like CONGRESS should be embarrassed.

Don't minimize it.

Calling upon a comedian from Comedy Central to testify before Congress about his grueiling ten hours of volunteer work with migrant farm workers sounds like more of an embarrassment to Congress to me than to Comedy Central and, BTW, who cares if Comedy Central is embarrassed?

When my son and I witnessed it on television we looked at each other in disbelief.

We must be watching a clip from "Comedy Central."

Stephen Colbert could not possibly be testifying before Congress about anything.

He's a joke.

But, he was.

I want to know who invited Stephen Colbert to give testimony to Congress about his ten hour volunteer work as a migrant farm worker.

Who considered that anyone would take him seriously?

He's a freakin' comedian.

This is what our country relies upon.

Testimony from a comedian to Congress as to his ten hour volunteer work as a migrant farm worker.

Stephen Colbert is a comedian and not to be taken seriously, but yet CONGRESS calls upon him to testify regarding migrant farm workers.

How pathetic.

Nancy Pelosi thinks it's great.

Just as great as her appearance on "Top Chef."

I suggest you get a reality check, Pelosi.

Stephen Colbert is a comedian.

He makes fun of everyone and everything and, as I've inquired, who on earth is responsible for inviting Colbert to testify before Congress?

Our Congress is suppose to call upon individuals who can testify about serious matters and not comedians who think they can testify about migrant farm workers because they've volunteered for a grueling ten hours of volunteer work in this field.

Hope you didn't hurt your back, Colbert.

Could we please know where Colbert spent these horrible ten hours of volunteer migrant farm work which now classifies him as an expert in this field who can testify before Congress.

Like I said earlier.

Should I bow down and kiss Jon Stewart's feet now or later and Bill Maher's while I'm at it?

Obviously, I should include Colbert's feet, too, because Congress seems to be doing the same.

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