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Diogenes
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Re: Evil? Now, perhaps. Later? Not so much.

Post by Diogenes »

hanelyp wrote:These leftist double standards, coupled by favoritism before the law, sound a lot like titles of nobility to me.


I have been pointing out for a long time that Communism evolves into Monarchy/Aristocracy pretty darn quick.
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Diogenes
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Re: Evil? Now, perhaps. Later? Not so much.

Post by Diogenes »

Cadets forced to wear Women's footwear.


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How about we talk about something *REALLY* important, like making it easier for people to get high?
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hanelyp
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Re: Evil? Now, perhaps. Later? Not so much.

Post by hanelyp »

Driving home to people likely to take an oath to defend this country against all enemies, foreign and domestic, who some of the domestic enemies are?
The daylight is uncomfortably bright for eyes so long in the dark.

choff
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Re: Evil? Now, perhaps. Later? Not so much.

Post by choff »

This is stupid, nobody ever forced a women to wear high heels, (except maybe some pimp). So why should men be forced to ''walk a mile in her shoes.' Get the feminist who dreamed this up to walk point in Afghanistan.
CHoff

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