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About "MATA's Moment of Truth," by John Branston and Mary Cashiola:

"If MATA wants people that have a choice in transportation to choose the bus, they need to create a system that is more convenient than driving and not a huge pain in the ass." — melanie

About "The Illusionist: Defending Past and Future, Herenton Revises Reality," by Jackson Baker:

"Since he submitted that resignation, is Herenton bound to leave? Or can he legally get out of it and stay in office after July? Nothing would make me happier than to see this self-assured fool gone from office." — wittnower

About "Why Obama Will Win: Chris Davis Explains It All":

"It's cute that you think there's a difference between McCain and Obama. No matter which one is president, this country will still illegally occupy Iraq and Afghanistan, collude with the telecommunications industry to spy without warrant on its own citizens, and maintain brutal torture camps around the world. Think of all of the abusive expansions of presidential power during the last eight years, and realize that neither candidate plans to roll them back or even refutes them. That's how [the] empire rolls, baby. Welcome to it." — stork

Comment of the Week: About "Gay Marriage: It's None of Your Business":

"I, for one, welcome our new lesbian overlords." — autoegocrat


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