] We, as a nation, need to ask ourselves some pretty hard
] questions about this incident.
] The sad fact is that local officials were not acting in a
] manner much different from the way in which many of our
] national leaders have been acting in the two years since
] Sept. 11, 2001. I speak primarily of the rampant,
] institutionalized violations of privacy by our
] government, and the sky-is-falling mentality of fear that
] continues to grip our nation and colors much of what
] passes for national policy these days.
indeed. good article by Bob Barr...
it's getting to the point where being an unhappy kid, or maybe even just a creative one, is indicative of radical mental disease and maladjustment. god forbid that the youth of america should express themselves...
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