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Definition - "Land of the Free" - 1. A place that exists only in your imagination.
2. A lie told to children to confuse them long enough for the chemicals in their food to take effect. 3. A once beautiful land now sprayed daily with aluminum and barium, where the waters run freely polluted and flouridated for your brain to fully retard. 4. The place your children will suffer in and you will die trying to make it actually free like it was intended to be. 5. Permits and licensing required for all "free" activities such as going to the ocean to catch your dinner (the crude oil on and in your fish is free though). 6. The place where the free market costs more in regulations, fees, permits, and licensing than anyone but an ALREADY successful person, group, or business can afford. 7. The place I used to love that now I cannot wait to finally die and be "free" from. 8. A place you cannot leave without the proper paperwork, lots of money, and a few "strings" attached (like you still have to pay half your income to the invisible slavemasters that own you in this "land of the free"), unless you leave by definition number 7. 9. A prison for your mind and body. 10. A nation sized workfarm that convinces people that they are free and actually governing themselves while limiting choices, limiting opportunities, stealing and thieving under the guise of "helping others", making decisions about peoples lives in secret meetings, and while they can keep track of every penny spent online, every candy bar ever sold, and every beer consumed, they cannot track the votes the alleged "free" make to save themselves from being told how to live by people they never met that use men with guns and cages to make them live that way, "for their own good".
Dec 1, 2010 at 3:58 PM | Unregistered CommenterUncle Sam

In March, the Congressional Biomedical Caucus (of which I am a co-chair) hosted a presentation on this technology by TSA, as well as a briefing by Dr. David Brenner of Columbia University on the potential health effects of “back scatter” x-ray devices. As Dr. Brenner noted in his presentation and in subsequent media interviews, the devices currently in use and proposed for wider deployment this year currently deliver to the scalp “20 times the average dose that is typically quoted by TSA and throughout the industry.”

Dr. Brenner has pointed out that the majority of the radiation from X-ray backscatter machines strikes the top of the head, which is where 85 percent of the 800,000 cases of basal cell carcinoma diagnosed in the United States each year develop. According to Dr. Brenner, excessive x-ray exposure can act as a cancer rate multiplier, which is why our government should investigate thoroughly the potential health risks associated with this technology.

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Dec 1, 2010 at 6:14 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Hot Bodies Running the TSA’s Gauntlet

Dec 1, 2010 at 6:22 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
On National Review's Advice to Give Thanks to the TSA Employees, and What We Should Really Give Them

Dec 1, 2010 at 6:23 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Dec 2, 2010 at 6:13 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
The sheep spit in your faces. "It's all relative." "There are no victims." "Yes, we did this. A little voice in my head told me to do it and we control." "If you don't like it, find another country." "Turn up the TV." "Hell, leave the U.S.A. if you think it is so bad." "There is nothing we can do so we will have to trust in God."
Each one of the above is a sub-human inadequate response. If I had my way, you would not be permitted to breed. You all are satisfied with wrong answers and too lazy to wipe the shit off your mouths. We have to stop this thing and we have a pack of retarded armed rich people losing their empires at the helm. All are lost and in a panic.They need to be replaced. NOW.

I used to have NO patience with the airportsearch process until I realized that the TSA and Congress had finally caught on to the fact that Arab muslims did not do 9-11-2001. Caucasian and semitic Zionist jews and non-jews did. This makes security a tougher problem. Except for molesters and gay bondage aficionados The mauling of the Ambassador from India was uncalled for and an illegal assault and shows what a course alley tramp Hillary Clinton is. Our Secretary of State has no grace. This entire presidency deserves an abrupt termination. Take Joe "Tough guy" Biden too. He lost it on 9-11-2001.
We cannot go on trying to kill or rape and bash everybody on earth. Enough with the sickness in government.
Dec 25, 2010 at 11:15 PM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III

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