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Monday, June 27, 2005

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 Lies, damn lies and the fools who believe them

It needed to be said:
"We’re making enemies faster than we can kill them."

You didn’t used to see such bumper stickers in a conservative town like Floyd where American flags fly from every light pole on holidays and adorn most pickup trucks on the road.

Now they seem to pop up everywhere.

"These colors don’t run…the rest of the world" proclaims another. My wife is fond of one that says "Born just fine the first time..."

If opposition to Bush’s lies-backed invasion of Iraq can appear openly in a traditional, flag-waving Blue Ridge mountain community like Floyd, you can be sure it runs rampant in other, larger places in America.

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