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Want a stronger corporate state ?

Vote for a weaker government.

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Want a stronger corporate state ?

Vote for a weaker government.

Sarah got sheared.

Newt knitted a sweater.

Star Spangled Swastikas.

What next ?

I witnessed this in the Willamette Valley 2 years ago. It was a portable booth distributing "Literature": On the outside of the booth a full sized Star Spangled Banner was on display, On the inside of the booth a full sized Nazi flag was on display. I don't know what literature they were distributing, I got the mental picture and kept my distance.

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stonesphear
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"Mother Nature bats last"

dhavid
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Vote For The Daddy Party! GOP: Every Candidate A Certified Motherfu**er

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Put the BRAKES on Government! Vote for your Republican skidmark in November!

chilidog
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$16 Trillion National Debt. End corporate welfare and Tax the Rich (again)

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