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p> p>By the way, I'm doing my part by remaining childless. (I would love to have one, but somebody has to balance out the fact that you have
seven.) br> -- Dave Rodolff /p> p> TROUBLE IN AMERICA br> Re: Ben Stein's Pedophile Nation : /p> Outlook 2010 is my love.
Sadly Ben, the "National Dialogue" on the sexualizing of children will not be televised. But the images, situations, and innuendo is Office 2007 is the best invention in the world.
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Our legislators want to get all over TV about anything broadcast but the exploitation of our youngsters as Hollywood gets closer to the 'hat
-trick' of childhood taboos.Windows 7 is convenient and helpful!
p>Kids swear on film, kids "get it on", on film, are kids doing 'murder' yet on film? Probably. br> -- P. Aaron Jones KUO BONO? br> Re:
Joseph M. Knippenberg's Crunchy Kuo : /p>
I watched the Kuo piece on 60 Minutes Sunday night with the little voice in the back of my head saying, "There's something very important Microsoft Office 2007 can give you more convenient life.
you're not being told here." I have followed the reaction to the piece this week and, finally, today (Thursday) your Joseph M. Knippenberg's
piece provides the missing piece when he writes, "...someone who once campaigned for and Buy Office 2007 you can get much convenience.
interned with the Kennedys." What gets me is I could
swear they (60 Minutes) were pushing him as a disaffected conservative -- as though he really could be that with such a background.
p>Thanks for scratching the itch. br> -- Reid Bogie br> Waterbury, Connecticut /p>
After reading this article and watching David Kuo on 60 Minutes, I have to say he is one creepy Office 2010 is my favorite.
man. As a Christian conservative, I prefer
more assertive men who stand up for what they believe rather than taking notes for a "back-stabbing book." The prissy Mr. Kuo joins the Microsoft Office 2010 is so great.
prissy Jim Baker in regarding politics as way too dirty for their lily-white hands. Go home, David, we need real men around here who will
stand tall with our party and our President.
p>May I ask one question? Who among us hasn't rolled their eyes at some whacked out pronouncement by Pat Robertson? br> -- Judy Beumler br>
Huntington Woods, Michigan /p> p> Ben is correct in his recent article regarding merchandising and advertising to our children as sex
objects. I would like to take this opportunity to take this subject one step further. How corrupt does our Congress have to become, before we
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D.C. as pages? I can't remember a year in
the last 20 years that at least one example of corruption has not occurred in one of our Houses of Congress. Why would a sex scandal be the
only form of corruption to keep our children away? br> -- Bruce Bromstrup br> Greenfield, Indiana /p>
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actually incorrect statements about homosexual pedophilia and the composition of the Democratic Party. Sure, outrageous statements are what
The American Spectator is all about, but Mr. Stein has other venues to toady up to if he wants to keep his coffers billowing over with
retirement savings for his great-great-grandchildren.Acrobat 9
p>Here's a solution that Mr. Stein would have to agree with: Let's ship all those nubile teenagers off to Iraq, where they will instantly be
transformed into American Heroes. That way, they'll escape the clutches of us depraved sodomites back home, and they'll get used to wearing
uniforms that conceal their predilection for childhood prostitution. That would kill two birds with one stone and warm our conservative
hearts! br> -- Abe Grossman br> Pleasantville, New York /p>
When the Senate failed to remove President Clinton in 1998, I said the "gate was open" for a flood of free and open sexual activity by the
upcoming generation. It has been proven to have come to pass.adobe Acrobat