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  • Rothgo
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    This is a forum for civilized debate.
    'Nuff said.

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  • MalikTous
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    1984

    Government is worse as of 20 jan 2009, the ACORN frauds and Socialist scum that made it in are worse than the pinhead Shrub and his fossil veep. I voted against them, the Dummycrats have failed to represent me since 1963 (before I could vote!) and the Repulsivans failed in 1992 when they should have exposed the voter fraud of ACORN and kicked Komrad Klinton out on his... ear. Remember that mountebank was trying to socialise healthcare too...

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  • lemec
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    Yes, this is bad. The Federal Government is a good thing to have on certain issues, but they have too much power as it is.


    that seems like the first step in not allowing states to make their own laws.


    Soon, we Americans, will have to live by one man's rules instead of having our local representatives speak for us. Everything could just roll down hill from Washington D.C. to the rest of the nation. We would not even have the
    pretence of having control of the community where we live, each state's National Guard would really be Federal Guardsmen of one big prison-the US.

    As it is, if we wanted to band together and change the government(right now), Washington D.C. would never permit it.

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  • Morgan Kane
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    This topic is near the topic about democracy : checks and balance ........

    Bush wants absolute control

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  • ThomasL
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    November 2008 cannot get here soon enough!

    Unless it's like November 2000...

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  • David Mosley
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    I can see this as one of those things which people set out to do with good intentions and (perhaps) good reasons, but which may in time get hijacked for purposes far beyond - and quite contrary to - what the original implementors intended. It's much the same with ID cards in the UK. You always have to think 'What's the very worse thing that could happen if this was pushed through?'.

    And then double it.

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  • Doc
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    Just saw this. I had no idea this was happening.

    The thing that distinguishes the Guard from other Reserve components is its chain of command and state control. Losing this independence is antithentical to its supposed mission, and would create as many problems (especially in the chain of command) as it would solve.

    More power grabbing from our increasingly imperial executive branch. Aren't Republicans supposed to be the party of states' rights?

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  • Morgan Kane
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    and abslolute power corrupts abolutely !

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  • nalpak retrac
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    National Guard

    http://articles.news.aol.com/news/_a...00010000000001

    Power corrupts....
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