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Mrs. Clinton has a chance. If you listen to certain people. But it's said that many people are set against her and can't be budged as moderates usually are during these elections.

Years ago, people that knew the Clintons best said that Hillary was the better politician. So figure that. Is it a dynasty? Yes.

But don't forget about Jeb Bush. I think he may be a much better politician than his brother(2012 for his Presidential bid?). So there's yet another dynasty.

Maybe Americans should stop worrying and elect Arnold. There's no dynasty. Just a one man butt-kicking machine with terrible jokes. With either Stallone or Clint Eastwood as Vice Prez. I can hear Arnold now: "vee must give de people what dey vant. More explosions, less talkyness."

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Dude. Have you heard about the BBC VS. Scientology controversy?

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Maybe people are still upset with BBC about the 911 truth-bashing from the other doc.

Anyways. I've got to see the doc now. And the counter-doc. All for laughs. Enthusiastic Activist/Journalist VS. Big Cult W/Hollywood Airheads. I don't care who wins, just that there are lots of bruises afterwards.

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[sign in to see URL] saw both docs, the BBC's and scientology's. The BBC's was fair. But, as strange as this may sound, the Scientology doc was too, bar a couple of over exaggerations, although f11ck 'em. F11ck 'em both.
I had a weird thought the other [sign in to see URL] if peta and Scientology merged to form a sort of mega cult. Creepy, hey?


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Someone has uploaded the lot onto youtube.
Just watch the first [sign in to see URL]'d love to know what you make of it. Enjoy.
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I like the Ron Paul vid. But I add this: regardless of terrorist attacks or wars or the Olympics, the US could be much more thoughtful in it's foreign policy. Iraq started as a long-term mission with a somewhat complicated reason for the whole war, make it a better place they said, but it somehow became a serial of short term objectives. And yes, I could understand why the average Iraqi person-on-the-street might hate the US(see US Civil War).

Most war supporters, minus racists and oil heathens, went to the fight with the best of intentions. This was done in the same sense that people once wanted to help Vietnam. Korea. France. Cuba. Japan(help them die, as it were). Isn't it funny that America does the worst things for the best reasons?

The question from here forward is this: is it true that if "you broke it, you bought it"? Could it be possible at this point for the US to say "I'm sorry" and go home? Or will the US be Israel to Iraq's Palestine? Because that would surely suck.

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