This just in: Military Checkpoints on the streets of America

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This just in: Military Checkpoints on the streets of America

http://johnconner1984.wordpress.com/2012/02/04/military-checkpoints-on-the-streets-of-america/

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Luap Nol
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This is another one of those spam emails that appears only on the loony rightwing blogs. Those people will swallow anything.

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Art
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You didn't think anyone would recognise your style even if they didn't notice your spelled-backwards log-on?

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And the Pharaohs walked toward the sea

Which parted, incidentally

And thinking it was safe to pass

They lifted Romney by the ass

And walked like Gods between the floods

With Gold and Diamonds in their mouths

To hide them from each other's eyes

Right here, where now calm waters rise

anonymous green
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Quote anonymous green:

And the Pharaohs walked toward the sea

Which parted, incidentally

And thinking it was safe to pass

They lifted Romney by the ass

And walked like Gods between the floods

With Gold and Diamonds in their mouths

To hide them from each other's eyes

Right here, where now calm waters rise

LOL. Poetry is best when it's current.

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