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» Standing Up For The War on Terror from Pardon My English
It was 216 miles to New York, we had a full tank of gas, rally signs, it was sunny, and we were wearing our Bush-Cheney buttons. The four of us hit the road from Boston around 7:30 am, on our way to be the voice of reason, counter protesting the anti-A... [Read More]

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