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Is the phraseology "Liberty and Justice for All" still alive under the criminal Bush administration?

Or has it morphed into something else?, if so what is it now?

Asked By: Dr.Feelgood - 9/13/2006
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Bush has replaced that phraseology with this philosophy and "moral standards." Here are your 25 new commandments courtesy of Duh-bya and his regime... More
Answered By: Michelle - 9/13/2006
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Dr DD It has morphed to..."stay the course"
Answered By: mymadsky - 9/13/2006
 
Are you parents still supporting you?How criminal and a waste of money.
Answered By: tearsofthemoon00 - 9/13/2006
 
Please, take a look in your mirror, something is wrong there.
Answered By: Mr.Been there - 9/13/2006
 
no its not...
Answered By: International Nationalty - 9/13/2006
 
The new Republican logo is "WE GOT OURS, s*******u!"
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Answered By: bereftcat - 9/13/2006
 
That's Liberty and Justice for All citizens of the US (excludes foreign combatants, not valid in some states, restrictions may apply, see your local lobbyist for more details).
Answered By: John J - 9/13/2006
 
Liberty and justice for those who prefer to fight terror and jacksh*t to those who don't.
Answered By: Jim W. Doo - 9/13/2006
 
Liberty and Justice for All? In the USA? No it is not still alive but when was it ever... More
Answered By: StoneWeasel - 9/13/2006
 
i have a good example for ya...a girl i know in high school found a bomb threat note in the bathroom at school. she took it to the office and turned it in...they evacuated the school and the cops came...no bomb...they took her to the office and arrested her. that happened 2 days ago. where is the liberty and justice... More
Answered By: gr8npowrfuloz - 9/13/2006
 
Unfortunately, no. It has now evolved into the phrase of "Tyranny and Justice for the Rich and Powerful" Let me explain this to you in detail. You see, Bush, his family, his political cronies, members of his second (and final) administration, and his buddies in the nation's energy companies have been enjoying freedom... More
Answered By: brian_h_1998 - 9/13/2006
 
Liberty and Justice are held in much higher regard in the Bush administration than they ever were in the REAL CRIMINAL Clinton administration, and much higher than they are in the Democrat Party.
Answered By: turboweegie - 9/13/2006
 
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