Is Bush Bucking the Illuminati?

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    We all know about the new world order and how they control everything. Leftist biblio/extraterrestrial/crypto consipiracists believe Bush is the anti Christ. I don't know what to think. I think that since it appears major factions in the government and cia are bent on taking Bush down, that maybe his refusal to eschew christianity is pissing off satan and his glory hound greed filled apostate minions. What do you all think?
     
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    I think yer in violation of board rule #4
    Other than that..dunno..:teeth:
     
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    Oh. SO they got to you too, huh?
     
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    I used to live in Annsbrook, p. the frufiest subd. in Conyers. Is that where you live?
     
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    Actually, that Dean fellow, the one the Dem`s put up as the Democratic National Chairman, is the Anti-Christ.


    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. :banned:
     
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    Annsbrook? No shit? I looked in there but bought in Shoal Creek.
     
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    Let's not turn rule #4 into the 'holding' of USMB. :p

    For those who don't get the reference, 'holding' is the call of choice for football refs who either want to unfairly call the game or who throw a flag when there's no violation and don't wanna look dumb.
     
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    Well, yes - of course. I thought that was a given.
     
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    Alright..... ::tiptoeing out of the room::
     
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    Mr. Bush is a member of Skull and Bones, an offshoot of freemasonry, and he has never renounced it. In fact he's been quite touchy when questioned about it. The elder Bush was too, in addition to being a 33rd degree mason (IIRC). John Kerry was also a member of the Skulls.

    If there is some hidden group behind the scenes pulling the strings, it's only logical that they would play both sides. Left-wing or right-wing socialism: which would you prefer? Get people asking the wrong questions (about retarded non-issues) and you don't have to give any answers. Get your two puppets to bicker about something juicy and sensationalistic (gay marriage), and you don't have to answer questions about boring stuff like say, the Federal Reserve.

    In theory, of course.
     
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