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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by GeorgiaGlocker, Jun 27, 2007.
You are a certifiable H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-T-E
I"m sure it was a publicity stunt that is an anti-war statement.
There's probably some Palestinian kid putting her picture up as a poster in his bedroom....but then again maybe not.
I didn't take it as an anti-war stunt. This woman does nothing but spew out her hatred for guns and yet has the audacity to insist that her bodyguards carry to protect her and her children? Hypocrite. Plain and simple. That's the way I see it anyway.
It is some kind of anti-war/anti-gun thing. The kid was dressed in a costume. It was fatigues and an ammo belt (fake of course).
There is a difference between a grown man or woman deciding of his/her own free will to defend the nation and child soldiers. She's a dumb one. Pay no mind to her.
Ok, here's where I could really throw out some colorful language.
But, I won't.
Maybe someone will call out the child services against her. Nothing like pictoral evidence. Kind of like when the freak....sorry....Michael Jackson held his baby over a balcony.
The question no one has asked yet...
Who was desperate enough to bork Rosie?
I thought she adopted. I just figured no amount of alcohol or money could make a man do that with her.
Sucks for the kid regardless.
There is also artificial insimination... however I think the same would apply to the technician.
Bork? Thats a new one on me. Yeah, I know gunny... Dwight D Eisenhower.
I got told in no uncertain terms that I can't use -letter words, so I'm not using them any more.
Except . And . I like them too much.
Scroll to the bottom of this to back up Ramm's point:
But those are in the Bible!
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I think, in this case, you can spell it H-I-P-P-O-C-R-I-T-E.