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izzie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-26-09 05:07 AM
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14. I think it is hard to get rid of how we think of our self.
This type stuff did not fit in to that so it will just not go away. Shame does fit into it. The thought that we can always make the country better also fits into it. How you make this right with people who think any thing they do is right is hard to figure. That seems to be the battle. IF YOU THINK YOUR 'RULERS' CAN DO NO WRONG YOUR IN A FIX. I have always thought the these 'rulers' were just people and could make errors and did. The people should know all about it. Our laws state we will protect the weak and it is just how we have to face things.
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