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Re: Dude...that message I left is older than ****
• Posted by: Meklorka   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, May 31, 2003, at 1:44 p.m.
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• In Response to: Dude...that message I left is older than **** (Bindner)

Who exactly considers those rights to be the anathema of communism? As a communist, I practise those rights daily. I am also an American, no place in the constitution does it say "lifeblood of our freedom is capitalism". Where communism and capitalism differ is in the "the rights to make money and excell" clause. Communists also have the right to make money and excell, but the whole point of communism is that people shouldnt excell over each other, but as a whole, should excell. Capitalism has not furthered society, only made it more materialistic and superficial. Had this country been communist (true communism is not maoist, but marxist) it would have been everyone who would have excelled, not just the (mostly) white rich people. I suggest that you take a class in governmentfrom your local community college or high school (oh wow, public schooling, another marxist concept, how tyranical!). I too will not apologize for being an American, nor will I apologize for my religion or political views, and I never asked for, or expected an apology from you.

I am simply trying to help eliminate ignorance from the world.

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