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Dear Democrats, If you want "moderate" Muslims to speak out against extremists Muslims then you should also be calling for "moderate" Democrats (if such people exist) to be speaking out against the extremist, leftist radicals who have seized the Democratic party. The Government/Media complex has now brought this entire charade to all new levels of fraud, corruption, ineptitude, deception, and blatant lies. Any, and every possible attempt that any one of us could ever even dream being believable is being made in desperate play after desperate play by media as they try to get some damage control for Obama. How does that lead to a hockey analogy in my mind? I have no idea, but here it is. -As a hockey fan, I sometimes see a game where team A clearly controls the puck, while team B chases team A, gets outplayed, commits stupid penalties-mostly out frustration, blames referee's, starts fights where they shouldn't be fighting and back's down from a fight where they should fight. I'll give ya one guess who team B is. That's right, team Barack. If the hockey analogy actually played out we'd likely see a bench brawl and game delay for God knows how long. Still getting this analogy? Usually, in this scenario team B loses the game, often in a blowout. Especially after a cpl guys on team B get their asses kicked in the bench brawl and team B gets stuck with their backup goalie in the net. And, you know who team B's back up goalie is right? That's right, Joe Biden. Team A of course, has an excellent backup goalie, just in case. Anyway, in some weird and twisted way I guess what I'm saying is that while fans DO like a spirited game, they appreciate fair play and honest competition. Not the mockery being presented by the Government/Media complex. Oh, and that I love hockey and I'm pissed about this strike. Come on Democrats, don't you want an honest game?
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