Liz's Looming Lunacy

An author trying to find her place in the world.

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The United States is Not A Free Nation

These are my final words on the matter. I hate, laothe and despise politics. I also hate someone who seems to have lied to me, not once, and not "a little white lie", but far too often for my comfort.

I do not know this person. I know he is the leader of our alleged free country, and I know of some of the puclic records concerning this individual that various people have pointed out.

What is Chaos Magick?

Cambridge (British) Dictionary online.

Feedback: George Bush's "free speech" policy (one viewpoint).

OSU's version of free speech at commencement (ban on free speech and right to protest (peacefully).

I refuse to look up any more links on this. My own belief is that if they are going to arrest, harrass and otherwise demean Bush protestors then they should also ban apparent Bush supporters to these so-called "free speech" zones as well, since they could also be terrorists. For that matter, if Mister President George W. Bsuh and his Secret Service Agents are so feardul of freedoms in their own country, then they should remain either on the grounds of the White House or else pull an L. Ron Hubbard and live offsohre. They do not reflect me or my opinion, nor do they reflect the viewpioints of anyone that I know.

For that matter, since Terror's almsot out of high school and I'm disabled and on Social Security and unable to work (my only source of income, BTW). it's appparent that President Bush and his ilk have no compassion for their fellow Americans, at least from where not only I sit, but the two grandmothers in Florida who were on the parade route and had two small placards protesting the Bushist policies and thrown into prison, plus a great many others who thought their freedoms in this United States were secure -- well...

George W Bush and the 14 points of fascism.


BEARING FALSE WITNESS: If you're gonig to arrest little old ladies as terrorists, isn't that akin to bearing false witness, especially since they carry no concealed armaments? If they're going to arresnt people for exercising their rights as citizens of the United States to freedom of speech, if it has to come to this, then President Bush would better serve the people that he's supposed to govern, not by parading the streets and inviting commnetary but by staying home and reading his email. That is my opinion, no one else's (unless they agree or disagree with what I say). You cannot argue me out of my own opinion, so don't even try. What branch of national security is served by George Bush hitting the campaign trail when he's already in office? I see no purpose in it--and if he wants to visit someplace and wants to avoid this kind of publicity, then he should keep it low key and unannounced. so that he doesn't have to be afraid of the many people who disagree with his policies. Not that he has anything to fear from me, or from most law-abiding citizens of the United States: but when it seems that he wants to take the law into his own hands this way -- well, that's why a set of checks and balances are inherent in the political system; but if he's going to arrest everyone and everything that says one word he considers bad about him, do we all have ot fear a police state, one much like the world of George Orwell,s 1984 only it's more a contemporary United States thing than an extrapolation of the British society that existed when that book was written


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