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Thought police on patrol

April 14, 2014

WASHINGTON — Two months ago, a petition bearing more than 110,000 signatures was delivered to The Washington Post demanding a ban on any article questioning global warming....

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conservativedad

Apr-16-14 11:28 PM

Truthseeker wrote the gospels. Everyone should think like him. Nobody should like anybody different. The Republican party is the party of Jesus. God bless Fred Phelps. President Romney wasn't born in Kenya. Adam and Eve walked here six thousand years ago. The truthseeker shall set you free.

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Jester01

Apr-16-14 1:20 AM

We all have the right to stop thinking. It's beginning to look scary when everyone starts thinking.

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LostStormtrooper

Apr-16-14 12:51 AM

Yep. It looks like the thought police are patrolling here.

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conservativedad

Apr-15-14 4:45 PM

Name calling and vitriol are the last ways to engage anyone in a debate, let alone win them to our side. Your intensity, Truthseeker, makes me wonder if you're not playing a game and working for the other side.

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TruthSeeker

Apr-15-14 11:33 AM

Oh the 'signs' and 'laughs' of the liberal left. They never fail to make the world laugh AT them!! And the saga continues...because they never ever learn from the past!

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TopGun

Apr-14-14 9:23 PM

That's the thing that really irks them. Older people really don't care how they feel about them. The sun will still come up in my world, regardless of how many gays and climate change nitwits hate us. Our world doesn't revolve around being accepted by the misfits on either side.

As far as I'm concerned, the petition you mentioned is so much toilet paper, and should be used as such, and in the overall scheme of things, 110,000 signatures doesn't even come close to being significant in a country of 310 million people. As far as I'm concerned, 110,000 people who signed the petition did little more than provide a list of people who are too stupid to think for themselves.

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