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Preach
03-18-2009, 06:39 PM
Or atleast that's what Missouri law makers think...... What a dumb move from Missouri talk about profiling


http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/2009/mar/14/fusion-center-data-draws-fire-over-assertions/

NateR
03-18-2009, 06:48 PM
.... and the liberal attempts to stifle anyone who disagrees with them just get more and more outrageous as their credibility is getting flushed down the toilet. :rolleyes:

Preach
03-18-2009, 06:50 PM
.... and the liberal attempts to stifle anyone who disagrees with them just get more and more outrageous as their credibility is getting flushed down the toilet. :rolleyes:


My thoughts exactly..... They will try and silence anyone who threatens them... It just goes to show that they feel a 3rd party could become a threat to their power.. The funny thing is that the ACLU will probably remain silent beings this is their party of choice

CAVEMAN
03-18-2009, 07:21 PM
We have some of the most liberal democrats EVER running this country. Some members of their own party are starting to realize just how left this administration really is! BIGGER & BIGGER governement is all we are going to see from the federal level to the state and to the local. It absolutely sickens me! AND anyone who does not fall in line, will be labeled unpatriotic or a terrorist.

Moose
03-18-2009, 09:23 PM
I love Ron Paul. Any of you surprised?

rockdawg21
03-18-2009, 11:11 PM
Yup, Boone County, where Columbia, MO and the liberal University of Missouri is located is 1 of 3 liberal counties out of 114 in the whole state. Unfortunately, because KC, STL, and Columbia are some of the larger areas, they get to speak more loudly than the remaining 111 counties in the state, which, obviously, represent the majority of citizens, which is why MO is always a GOP state.

Back in 2004, the state of Missouri voted overwhelmingly to ban gay marriages. The only 2 counties where the majority was "yes" on gay marriages were Jackson (where KC is located) and St. Louis County. Boone County was a very close in voting "yes", thanks to all of the STL people who attend school there and stay there after graduation.

It sucks, those 2/3 counties make the rest of the state look like hippie liberals.