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Angry Dragon

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Rep. Alan West on the radio ---- WCCO

West coming to Minnesota
For the most part sounded coherent

Wants to drill on federal and state lands
Thinks the oil drilled here will stay here

Refused to answer question about whether the President is a Christian

Thinks we should attack Pakistan more and has no problem bombing any country
Go where the enemy is

I no longer have Automatic Post Formatting Buttons and Smilies

I noticed they were not there Sunday

High School Sex

In high school he had dated almost exclusively bisexual girls - he'd
mention sex, the girls would say "bye".
Posted by Angry Dragon | Fri Mar 9, 2012, 01:48 PM (0 replies)

Catholic Question

It is my understanding that their god demanded that they go out and multiply.

How come the pope, cardinals, bishops, priests are exempt from this demand??
Or was their god just talking about learning the new math??

"Religion is the opium of the people"

"Religion is the opium of the people" is one of the most frequently paraphrased statements of Karl Marx. It was translated from the German original, "Die Religion ... ist das Opium des Volkes" and is often referred to as "religion is the opiate of the masses." The quotation originates from the introduction of his 1843 work Contribution to Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right which was subsequently released one year later in Marx's own journal Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher, a collaboration with Arnold Ruge. The phrase "This opium you feed your people" appeared in 1797 in Marquis de Sade's text L'Histoire de Juliette and Novalis's "[R]eligion acts merely as an opiate" around the same time.


Republicans are so against Marx and socialism and then at the same time they embrace religion with all their heart.

It is hard to truely understand the hypocracy of the right...........
Posted by Angry Dragon | Fri Mar 2, 2012, 05:43 PM (6 replies)

Santorum says get rid of books

It would seem to me that during this campaign season that Rick Santorum sees no need for any new books. After listening to him it seems that everything that we need to know is contained in a book that was complied about 1800 years ago.

He sees no use for college unless you are part of the republican elite and then you only need good republican colleges. Women need to toe the line and not get uppity. The good book says it all.

My question to Ricky woud be why the hell would we need your book that you wrote if everything that we need is already contained in the Bible?? Was it just to try to make some money and try to tell everyone you wrote it and then when there might be some questional parts then you tell everyone that your wife wrote that part. But you never gave her credit until people asked.

Sounds to me that you stole from her.
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