liberty punk
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Monday, December 06, 2004  


The other day, I heard that there were groups of people in Florida, and likely elsewhere across the country, who are undergoing therapy to help them deal with the fact that Bush won a second term.

Let's see if I can find a relevant article...

ah, here it is.

So, apparently these folks were "emotionally paralyzed, shocked and devastated" at the prospect of four more years of soul-crushing Amerikkkan fascism at the hands of the Bushitler administration cabal Consortium of Abominable Evil.

I wonder: Historically, does fascism allow for hand-holding and head-patting therapy sessions for citizens who are dissatisfied with their national leaders?

In a relatively free non-fascist country, why are those who feel the need to vocalize their idiotically tenuous grip on reality coddled like infants instead of being lined up against a wall and shot? Is it because the country in question is, as stated above, not fascist?

It's enough to make your head spin.

posted by geoff | 1:48 PM |
hehe, etc.
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