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The future of freedom in the USA

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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Aug 17, 2007 at 14:24

"'..and imposing the necessary educational and political controls.""

well, educational controls we may say yes. May be some one -like the Menonites do - will teach the students that the earth is flat. Political control is a bit hard to swallow in a country that wants to teach the Afghans about the freedom of speech. Going to the USA now feels like going to Saudi Arabia. The difference is that in Arabia they do it in the streets, and in the USA they do it online. America OnLine..

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