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    shit, manson wasnt kidding..eloels, but this is different..this is..idk, somethings gotta give here.

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    What bullshit!

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    Talk about taking a hot steamy dump on the Bill of Rights

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    Actually now that I research deeper into this issue, apparently people are fed up with the "La Raza Curriculum which promotes hate speech and anarchy" -- which is being mentioned in most comment sections where the story is being published.

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    More discussion of it here: http://immigrationbuzz.com/?p=2064

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    idk man, just seemed like a convenient time to jump down some mexican throats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusk View Post
    idk man, just seemed like a convenient time to jump down some mexican throats.
    True. The die hard racists are having a field day.





    On another note..


    What's strange is that we have quite the paradox on our hands.

    The framers of our constitution saw a need for a federal government, but also wanted it's own citizens to overthrow it when it became too omnipotent & tyrannical. Yet when a group of people on the 'outside' rally against our so called core American values and Federal Gov't (it is cast in a completely different light).

    Sometimes I wonder if even a 1/4 of the US population understand they are within their constitutional rights to object to what the Fed gov't does?

    What exactly do 'core American values' look like in 2010? Is the bigger question. I think people have this stigma in relation to that term and instantly attach things like a white christian ideology to it

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    we're surrounded by prof zooruckas

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    Spirituality has no business being intertwined with our democracy

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    its unfortunate though, cuz i wouldnt say its intertwined, id say its built from.

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