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Banjer BS: Music as torture: Sesame Street & Iraqis (55* d) RE: BS: Music as torture: Sesame Street & Iraqis 28 May 03

By your tone, Banjer, it sounds like you don't like free speech, and by my reckoning, that makes you one of the enemy--

Sounds like you are eager to take away the very things that our constitution guarantees, and that our flag stands for--You are one of those fifth columnist types that tears down America by whispering lies of every kind behind the backs of the decent, hardworking people that make our country the strongest and wealthiest in the world. People like you praise democracy with their fingers crossed behind their back, and wait for the opportunity to crush every innocent mother and child under the heel of totalitarian oppression.

If this is how you interpret it, then perhaps YOU and yours are the problem here :)

I am all for free speech and unlike many here have spent time in the US Army, helping to defend everyone's right to express themselves as they wish.

I simply stated that it struck me as ironic that it is because of the efforts of our military that we still have the right to speak our minds, even those who would speak out against our military are able to be heard without fear of retribution.

I've got news for you and your low down, belly-crawling kind! Americans everywhere recognize you for what you are, and we are not going to put up with it!! We'll root you out of every corner, dig you out of every rat hole, and shine the light of freedom on you so that the whole world can see you for the dishonest, double dealing, freedom haters that you are!

As for your last comments, bring it on friend, I can change your mind in a heartbeat!

and BTW, should your parents ever decide to get married, give them my best!! Have a nice day!!

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