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    The Unwieldy Clawed One Array Falcarius's Avatar
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    It is much expected members and supporters of political parties try to stir up fear of the opposition, 'fear' in my opinion is the strongest emotion in humans. It is the very reason why the more a populace have fear the more governing parties can get away with despotic and imperious policies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Should we really be afraid of either candidate, or should we really be afraid of both?

    What are your thoughts?
    i think we should be afraid of people who blow things out of proportion (most who are politically opinionated) that is where there is real danger.

    these peoples' secret wish that things were nearly as interesting as they make them out to be should be kept to themselves, cause when i hear it i cant help but want to tell them to shut the fuck up. we can deal with reality in a rational manner without sensationalism.

    goddamn i hate politics.

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