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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 02.12.07 | 04:02 (IST)

    There is no place in Washington for decent people. Would any decent person Serve Hitler or Stalin? Of course not. Simply serving a Hitler or a Stalin was proof that a person was not a decent person. Would any decent person Serve Bush? Of course not. No decent person would serve Bush. The fact that ANYONE served Bush is sufficient reason to strip them of their citizenship. their possessions, and put them adrift in the mid-atlantic in the winter for the good of mankind. Anything depraved and degenerate enough to have accepted a political, judicial or military appointment from George Bush cannot be allowed to survive for the sake of saving America. Anything which would serve Bush is something willing to commit murder for profit. And thus it should immediately be subjected to the penalty for murder for profit in Texas. George, everything which served him, and anything which accepted his appointment to office should be executed for the good of mankind. Only Nazis would oppose.

    from the article: Washington: There is no place yet for Syria in peace process
    First published 00:00 30.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 30.11.07
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