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Posted by  David on March 29, 2003 at 14:42:16:

In Reply to:  Re: collapse of bombed buildings: compartmentation posted by Rog the Dodge on March 28, 2003 at 12:51:41:

We have a nationalist Rally going on downtown with hundreds of ordinar
y ignorant americans who thing they are expressing their solidarity
with our brave boys overseas,trying to be patriotic holding signs from
a Conglomerate Corporation called Clear Channel Communication:an Arch
Conservative Corporation run by a Bigot former shockjock which is
doing this because FCC regulations are up for a revamping in committee
right now and they want to appear indispensible so that they can keep
their 1200 radio stations all over US and their Television stations
too..So the people are waving flags not knowing the agenda of thosewho
who're trying to control all the Propaganda Media for Right Wing wackos

 
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