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It's offical: No one gets my jokes.

"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." Teddy Roosevelt (1918)

I can disagree with many things America is doing and still be her friend. It is what makes her great. If no-one is allowed to question the government, how is that any different than Fascism? How about you moving to Germany, you hate filled anti-semitic neo-Nazi! And take Pat Buchanan with you.

- Posted to "Liberal Movies" by some dude named shick. I'm as confused as you are.

This is totally awesome! Not only did he not get my joke, which I realized shortly after that people did not, but he called me a Nazi! Dude! And right after he qoted an eleqent phrase from Teddy Roosevelt.

So... Lets count the fictions in the post, shall we? The Nazi thing is number one, and calling me hate-filled and anti-semitic make two and three.

Anyway, besides those few bit's of BS I totally agree with you. I ought to move to Germany, or at least visit. Because last I heard it was democratic, industrialized nation with a stable government and good beer.

Oh, and I also agree that people should be able to criticize the government. Because anything else would be Fascism, right? I mean, the most influential democratic nation in the world never passed a law that said speaking out against the government is illegal, RIGHT? Ten years after the founding fathers broke that same law against England, RIGHT?!!!

(The Alien and Sedition Acts)



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