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Old 02-23-2007, 04:58 AM
Location: Tampa Bay
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Think about the repercussions they could have to gain government control over people before you go vote another good intention law in. Its all being stripped away for global power and control. Almost everytime someone cites some problem they present a cause and then a solution. IE a shadow law meant to be for a good intention. People need to be aware that fraudgulent laws may be being passed. Even using charitiy organizations as coverups or lifelines that people consider necessities.
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Old 02-23-2007, 06:43 PM
Location: in my imagination
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I know what you mean.The phrases "common sense","reasonable" and "no need" or even "safer" are soundbites often used when a law,ban or regulation is being proposed.

And most times,people listen to the soundbite and go yeah!...'bout time!

and then a law is passed,or a popular vote and then the real meat and potatos not mentioned is brought out to light.Or they use a rider to a bill.
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