Remember that this year's election will be the most important election in the last six thousand years.As to whether or not the errand boy of the establishment will be the Kenyan or the Mormon is too early to say but it is never too early to say that Paul Simon was quite right when, in "Mrs. Robinson," he observed, "...laugh about it, shout about it, when you've got to choose, anyway you look at it you lose..."
This is not new -- remember the free-speech zones designed to keep protesters away from George W. Bush?
That bottle of Cabernet on election night is looking better all the time, Not Spartacus. Anonymous, I don't remember Bush signing into law a policy that would have made it a FELONY to protest him.
Why are you afraid now it's been a law since 1971?
Not quite. Read the fine print.
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