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Date Posted: 06:47:34 11/09/06 Thu
Author: Cricket
Subject: further along
In reply to: Deborah 's message, "Then I must be living a good, clean, coffee-drinking life" on 04:40:07 11/09/06 Thu

My personal experience has been otherwise. But you still have the burden of proof if they accuse. Habeas corpus is the ability of the state to bring one accused to trial, but the evidence has to be obtained legally.

In the GWOT, this bill is ripe for abuse against us. Now granted, the Dixie Chix have not been thrown into the Gitmo Gulag, but what if they had been? As irritated as I was at their bad manners overseas (I don't care if they don't like Bush. But do not dis our leaders overseas. Bad form), putting them in jail and accusing them of being enemies of America would have been wrong. No, I don't think they were victims of a VRWC. There were people here in GA who were outraged over their comments and refused to buy their music on their own. No Rovian Rays there. A couple of deejays in Atlanta who are quasi liberal were even appalled at their bad manners. The format of that station wasn't country, but it resonated here among the ones who loved their music and were shocked at their behavior.

I am not a country music fan (I don't like steel guitars
and the singing) so to me it was a decision made by the fans on their own.

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