Original article posted by AlanaGrey:

“A system of government marked by…suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.”

So there’s a definition for you. It looks remarkably like what is happening as Bush tells us that the American way is the only and that we must protect it by systematically stamping on things like freedom of speech and religion. Did I miss something? Or are those things still part of the American way? Did we get rid of the 1st Amendment when I wasn’t looking?

Is it just me, or is there something seriously wrong when a 16 year old girl is deported because she is devout in her faith (Islam) and wrote a class paper about how different religions view suicide bombings?

There are plenty of law breakers who NEED to be deported. Why is this administration singling out 16 year old girls who are grateful for their opportunities in the U.S. and their 10 year old sisters who are, in fact, United States citizens?

Orginal comments:


Nickname: ravenpaine
Re: The Joys of Fascism
Preach it sister.


Nickname: Cornelius
Re: The Joys of Fascism
From what you have said, this sounds like a terrible injustice. This isn’t the first time that something like this has happened, and it won’t be the last. Be grateful that this is the EXCEPTION here, and not the norm. I notice that all too frequently in the news, people talk about the bad things that happen. No one seems to notice the schools built, the smiling faces, and the democratic freedoms enjoyed by the people liberated by this administration. On the whole, the good outweighs the bad.

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