tased: why it matters

08 Nov

“Don’t tase me bro!” part 2

Even if he did it according to plan or not, the events that occurred afterward brought attention to a serious problem. Our own country (the land of the free, home of the brave) is perilous close to being a police state where the news is shut down and dissidents are imprisoned. Here are some comments from people who are in Pakistan during all the unrest. When we read this does anything sound familiar? If you don’t, open google and type in protesters arrested. If not type in reporter arrested. This will probably be the first on the list, incredible. He isn’t even elected yet and he’s already acting the part.

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Posted by on November 8, 2007 in Uncategorized


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