Why people on meth shouldn’t have computers

July 1, 2005 at 6:30 pm (Drugs, Parkersburg)

Check out this gem, from the poll question on the Parkersburg News The question relates to proposed Congressional action limiting the use of federal funds in eminent domain/private development cases, in direct response to the SCOTUS ruling in Kelo v. New London. I didn’t change or alter this in any way:

there going to do what they want anyways >>>>>. to all you smokers out there are you as mad as i am over the ciggs going up well i think it is time we smoker where to do what we want to. eat where we want to we pay for others that don’t.they want usto flip the bill. we should have rights to just like the ones that don’t smoke. why should we flip the bill for the ones that don’t smoke what a shame that the gov, wants all our money so they give it to themselfs and not where it is to go then say they did more and more and then more and more and then we need more for this or that and all the time do we get more in the check we work hard for no no no they take more and more i would like to see everyone quit smoking so they would be broke to it is a shame the we live in the good ole usa and can’t smoke where we want but we are free right your not free never were take your blinders off and wake up

I couldn’t have put it better myself.


1 Comment

  1. corthar said,

    howmanytimes do i hava tellya thatuh aquit the methquite pokin fun of my pinionslikeya don’t never do druggsguesss you’s da big thang now out dere wes coass

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