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GUEST,Peter Woodruff BS: W stands for? (81* d) BS: Angels Against Angels 10 Sep 05


I witnessed an epiphony today! I have an Epiphone guitar and I will play it again today to write a song of angels. Angels come to us in many forms and today I saw angels confronting angels at the Brunswick Naval Air Station, soon to be closed to fund several new U.S. emperical bases in the oil colony of Iraq. Bush's policy of closing military bases in "Blue States", to disarm the "Blue States" in time of terrorist attacks and natural disasters, to fatten "Red States" is abominable!

"We'll leave the blue states indefensible and we will leave New Orleans indefesible too! "I hate blue states an red states with democrats in control! I also want to double up the pork for the stupid people that voted for me in the true red states. It's the only the right thing to do." W

I witnessed an epiphony today! Angels against angels were battling it out in Brunswick, Maine. Right in front of me and over my head! I was terrified of such ill-used "Shock and Awe" power while we were peacably trying to bring attention to the gross national shame of an immoral war we were lied into!

Angels on the ground calling fo peace, Blue Angels in the air recruiting for war...NO MORE WAR!

I was witness to The Great State of Maine Airshow!...and the Protest of this illconcieved war in Iraq to provide a colony for the import of oil to America.

You Bastard W


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