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Gee...I guess I must've missed it. Just WHERE exactly did you utter something critical of The Obama on any level on any issue? I'm not asking you to agree with me. I'm asking you to disagree with The Obama -- on ANYTHING. That was the challenge -- prove you're not a lemming.

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expatriate wrote:
Gee...I guess I must've missed it. Just WHERE exactly did you utter something critical of The Obama on any level on any issue? I'm not asking you to agree with me. I'm asking you to disagree with The Obama -- on ANYTHING. That was the challenge -- prove you're not a lemming.

At the moment, I agree with his policies and stances put forth in his campaign. It's going to take time to see if and how he puts them in action as to whether I disagree with how he goes about this. Give it up already as if getting me to say I disagree with him on something is the holy grail of winning your argument. I don't care one way or another if you agree or disagree with Palin for instance on every issue. Just keep running around digging up the slightest hint of dirt you can find on Obama and yell it off the mountain tops for all I care. If anything it is amusing.

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Wow -- a whole paragraph of you explaining why you don't think you should disagree with the Dear Leader.

Face it -- you are a LEMMING devoid of independent thought. I've heard a lot about people like you...the ones that threw all the switches in the Milgram study. The type of people who dropped the Zyklon B into the showers or handed out the cups of Kool-aid to children because their leader asked them to. I'd just never actually conversed with a bonafide cultist before who was willing too do anything the leader said without question or conscience.

Fascinating. Think

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Expat your off the deep end again, all this talk of Zyclon B or whatever, go for a walk and look for some game of something. We have this system called democracy, it's a good way to change the direction of things when they get seriously out of kilter. Most Americans think differently than you do, get over it.

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civetcat wrote:
Most Americans think differently than you do, get over it.

What?!!!!
I thought it was that silly, bumbling, clothes wearing Gov. Palin that cost the repubs the election.

Actually it was not "most Americans". Only most Voters, 66,744,472 out of 125,017,201 to be exact. http://news.yahoo.com/election/2008/dashboard;_ylt=AoTURzolc7Hq_sHdPtKAO...
With an estimated population of over 300,000,000 people, thats roughly 1/4th of americans, hardly "most".

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Ok, Civet...time for more education again.

"Zyklon B" was the agent the Germans dumped into the ventilation system in the shower rooms at places like Birkenau and Auschwitz. If you don't know what the Milgram study is, look it up. It's a classic case of people setting aside their humanity because a guy in a white lab coat says it's OK.

The point is that it's dangerous for any human being to completely hand over their mind to another person to the point that they'll do whatever that person says without question or reservation. Having millions of such people at one's beck and call is probably the most intoxicating corruptive influence possible.

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