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Subject: Re: The fat thieves Date: 11/16/2012 11:08 AM
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JediGALT wrote: Perhaps the equipment was owned by "someone who doesn't need it" in which case, the theft is justified. The Butcher of Benghazi says as much about taxes, where he won't continue tax cuts for those "that don't need it". If it's ok for the Butcher of Benghazi to take money just because someone doesn't need it, then it's ok for others to take things from people that don't need it too, right? Nob Hill San Francisco, or Chevy Chase MD comes to mind. Eventually I hope the looters figure out that the good stuff to be taken are in such liberal enclaves.

I didn't think about it that way, but you're right! Owebama decides who needs, just like the thieves.
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