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Originally posted by Bandar Paul
And remeber those "terrorists attacked us because they hate our freedoms"
The biggest steaming pile of them all.
Originally posted by seagull
Is America free?
Hmmm, let's see... I live in a house that I chose, no one else. In a town
I chose no one else... in the last election I voted for the canidates (bad spelling, sorry), and issues I supported of my own free will. I go on vacation at least once a year, and I go pretty much wherever I choose to without regard to borders.
Originally posted by CyberKat
1) 21 is the "magic age" where one is responsible enough to drink alcohol, but 18 is the "magic age" where one is capable enough to take on the heavy responsibility of fighting wars, operating dangerous weapons, treading very hazardous grounds, etc.... Also, if you break the law at age 17 (in most cases), you are just a kid, don't know what you were doing, so let it go off your record in a few years. But, a year later (like all people mature at the same rate), commit the same crime, and run the risk of life in prison or the death penalty. ~ The things mentioned here, just don't add up or made sense to me ~
3) Gambling. Are people more responsible in some states than others?
4) G.W. Bush. I won't go into the "elected or selected" deal, but, if we really did put him in charge of our country, trust him to be a good leader, then when he has proven just the opposite, why can't we choose another leader? Now?
5) The Constituition. Many people say that it can be interpreted many different ways. O.K. I will accept that. However, there are some sentences in it that read like a first grade reader. Such as the well known phrase: "All persons have the inherent right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness...."