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Originally posted by Izarith
reply to post by guohua
Um Mister china dude.....
I appreciate your Communist party views being expressed in the Freedom America grants you but if I were you I'd worry about there being no women in china to work in the Communist sweat caps because Chinese people are starting to develop a real bad attitude from never getting any pootytang.
Just a thought.
Originally posted by Nosred
Mexico asks court to reject Ariz. immigration law
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Mexico on Tuesday asked a federal court in Arizona to declare the state's new immigration law unconstitutional, arguing that the country's own interests and it's citizens rights are at stake.
Mexico and the US are working closer together today more than at any other time in our history. Yet no one is asking why.
Originally posted by KrispyB
reply to post by gordonwest
It's my personal opinion and I may be wrong but I believe they know how to get Americans to buy into thier bs and keep stringing them along, giving them tid-bits of hope here and there. Just enough to keep the game going and knowing all along Americans have been pacified and will not raise up and bite the serpents head off like it would have back in the 18th century. Keep telling them to use the (corrupt) system to vote and make changes. They have had a long time to observe history and got good at the game. The Govt. has never stopped playing from thier side of the net but there's not much activity on the citizens side. Time we call foul and take back the ball.
Originally posted by MyAwesomeFace
I'm pretty sure Arizona isn't going to listen to Mexico.