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” or “what part of freedom is slavery?

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It's really hard to believe that after all the knowledge gained from the past decade of the War on Terror that these two issues are the issues that the media is focusing on. I don't begrudge people who have their differences with the President on these issues, I really don't. However, I've realized that these are the two issues that the media wants to talk about because they think that it's easy to demonize a policy that's already been laid out. When I say that these are issues of the media's creation, I mean that they're issues that have been pushed on us by the media, and they're issues that the media is using to stir up controversy and attempt to create a wedge between the President and the American people.

This is a quote from a Gallup Poll: “On the heels of the Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama has a 15-point edge over John McCain in the ‘trial heat' ballot test among registered voters. The Obama lead is up from nine points last week and is the largest Gallup has measured this election year.” The Gallup Poll was taken in the week after the DNC speech, and it showed that Obama had a 15 point lead. Now, this was a self-selected poll. In other words, the people taking the poll were people that wanted to take it, they were people that were going to take it because the pollster called them on the phone, not because they were polled in a supermarket or at the mall or on the street. This means that the sample is probably a little bit skewed. This is a fact that the media doesn't ever want to talk about.

I would like to pose a question to you: When was the last time that you saw a poll of the American people asking this question: “Regardless of your political leanings, do you think that President Bush was right to torture terrorist suspects in the War on Terror?

” There's a good reason that you've never seen this poll.

The reason that you've never seen this poll is because it's a stupid question.

It's a stupid question because torture is a very ambiguous term, and depending on the way that you use the term, it can mean something completely different than what someone else means when they use the term.

For example, what if you were to torture someone in order to get them to tell you where a bomb was, and then you defused the bomb?

Would that be torture?

What if you tortured someone to force them to tell you where a bomb was, and when you defused the bomb, you discovered that the bomb was an old, deactivated bomb that was going to detonate in 20 minutes?

Would that be torture?

The reason that you've never seen the poll is because it's a stupid poll question.

The media doesn't want to make an issue out of it because they know it's a stupid issue, but they're trying to make the issue out of it anyway.

I'd like to pose a second question to you: When was the last time that you saw a poll of the American people asking this question: “Regardless of your political leanings, do you think that Barack Obama is secretly a Muslim?

” There's a good reason that you've never seen this poll.

The reason that you've never seen this poll is because it's a stupid question.

It's a stupid question because the only people who believe that Barack Obama is a secret Muslim are all of the people who watch FOX News.

The only people that believe that Barack Obama is a secret Muslim are the people who watch FOX News, and the media doesn't want to make the issue out of it because it's a stupid issue.

Yesterday, I did some research on this. I went to Google News and I went to the “News” section and I searched for “Obama is a Muslim”. I got a Google result page. The first result was an Associated Press article from September 10th of this year. It said that Senator McCain and Senator Graham had been asked about whether or not Obama was a Muslim. McCain and Graham had said no. The next result was an article from CNN from September 10th of this year, and it was an article about a McCain campaign advertisement that had been released that was used as an example in the article. The third result was another article from CNN from September 10th of this year, and it was the same article that I just mentioned above because it was a McCain campaign advertisement, and the article used the McCain campaign advertisement as an example of the kind of campaign that McCain was running. The fourth result was another article from CNN from September 10th of this year, and it was the same article that I just mentioned above because it was a McCain campaign advertisement, and the article used the McCain campaign advertisement as an example of the kind of campaign that McCain was running. The fifth result was a Yahoo! News article from September 10th of this year, and it was the same article that I just mentioned above because it was a McCain campaign advertisement, and the article used the McCain campaign advertisement as an example of the kind of campaign that McCain was running. The sixth result was an article from CNN from September 10th of last year, and it was the same article that I just mentioned above because it was a McCain campaign advertisement, and the article used the McCain campaign advertisement as an example of the kind of campaign that McCain was running. The seventh result was an article from MSNBC from September 10th of this year, and it was the same article that I just mentioned above because it was a McCain campaign advertisement, and the article used the McCain campaign advertisement as an example of the kind of campaign that McCain was running. The eighth result was another article from CNN from September 10th

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