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Old 11-03-2006   #1
 
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Skull and Bones

I was discussing something with and old fraternity brother (while commuting, on my cell phone[evil rich yuppie scum that I am]) yesterday evening and it occured to me, anything that comes out in October of an election year is political, Mark Foley, that Preacher in Denver (pun intended, they "came out") and John Kerry's remarks.

Howard Dean et al. prolly want to muzzle the Senator from MA right now take him out behind the shedd and give him a good ol' whoopin' Why would he say such a thing? Is he that dumb? Being a republikook, I would like to think so, but is that really the case?

Kerry was in Skull and Bones, (Fraternity possibly linked to the Bildeburgers) so was GW. Did he say it to give GW's party an edge? What is at work here?? Is their some hidden Skull and Bones agenda at work here?

Full moon next week, enjoy the conspiracy theory.

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I can't find an "ignore user" feature. Does the buzz have one?
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Brown_Trout_Bobber,
Kerry screwed up wording of his Bush jab, that's all. The essence of what he was saying is: "If you are intellectually lazy then you could end up damaging an entire nation just like Bush did....so study hard."
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