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08/22/2008

And they say bipartisanism is dead

by Jeremy Hooper

These are the latest two press releases from Westboro Baptist Church:

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::sigh:: Will a third party ever be God-hatingly viable in this country?

***NOTE: These full Westboro press releases can be found on their website. However, a link from us is something these donkey and elephant decriers will never receive.

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Gotta give them credit here for being equal opportunity haters. Morons.

Posted by: John | Aug 22, 2008 10:07:46 AM

Poor Ralph Nader.

Posted by: | Aug 22, 2008 11:06:46 AM

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