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Chief Chaos BS: Militarism & the US culture of violence (77* d) RE: BS: Militarism & the US culture of violence 05 May 04

I happen to agree that everyone helps keep it free. But if we are so effing evil then why haven't we taken over?

Guest - Well guest, it's your posts that seem to say that we have taken over with our militaristic society and our violent culture permeating the world. You want to spew at us, go ahead. I'll even fight to guarantee you the right. But if you think that lawyers protect the constitution your the real idiot. Lawyers (on both sides) fight for the interpretation, to constantly be able to change the constitution. I swore to uphold and defend the constitution of the United States. The only things Lawyers swear to is to make as much money as they can before they get caught. I guess the lawyers and protestors forced the surrender of the British at Yorktown? I guess lawyers and protestors fought off the troops again in 1812? Oh my God! Look at all the monuments to the lawyers and the protestors that died in WW1 fighting the Kaiser. And I suppose that was a Lawyers monument they just opened in Washington DC and the crosses in Arlington are all the protestors that were killed by Hitler and Emperor Hirohito.

I will take up arms to guarantee your right to speak as you wish, and when I fall mortally wounded you can rush in and stop their tanks, bullets and bombs by waving flowers at them and singing Kumbaya.

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