Date: 2003-04-06 22:44:47
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Fatmomma, Have you ever considered not taking your lead from American Liberals?
Even your comments don't seem to be your own. So how can I take you sincerely?
Fatmomma, are you even a Canadian citizen?
---Look at this comparison---
Fatmomma says, "Sometimes it seems we will have to wait and hope that the USA has a change of regime."
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry may have been the first presidential candidate to publicly call for a "regime change" in Washington, but other pillars of the party have been indoctrinating the term for months, research shows.
At a fund-raising concert for House Democrats last October, ActressSingerMotherDirectorCitizenWifeProducer Barbra Streisand called for a "regime change" in Washington and said, "I find bringing the country to the brink of war unilaterally five weeks before an election questionable -- and very, very frightening."
Rev. Jesse Jackson: "We need a regime change in this country." [October 27, 2002]
Louis Farrakhan: "I am crying out to the American people to rise up because your president is the world's threat to peace. When you talk about a regime change in Iraq if this man continues like this there must be a regime change in America. Our president is drunk with the power of the United States of America." [October 9, 2002]
Rep. John Conyers (D-MI): "We need a regime change in the United States." [March 16, 2003]
Former LBJ Attorney General Ramsey Clark: "Regime change! George Bush has to go and we have the power to do it. The officials of the government shall be removed from office for crimes and misdemeanor; their crime against peace, and for use of torture in Iraq." [March 31, 2003]
Michael Moore: "The regime change ought to begin at home." [Nov. 10, 2002]
Actress Susan Sarandon: "I'd like a regime change in the United States, but I would really resent Iraq coming in, throwing out Bush and then telling us who to have." [Jan. 3, 2003] END