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VideoMissing dashhound Reddish brown minature Neutered male Tag #140278 (black collar) Disappeared from CR 233 10/10/15 Please call 830-623-0900 or 830-391-4670...family misses Dasher greatly!
Found: Ring during Elmendorf's National Night Out on Tues., Oct. 6 evening. Call Chief Pena at 210-635-8710.
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Give Us Our Country Back  
January 4, 2010 6:57pm
"Hopefully, you and RR will someday face the truth about the injustice of your war against your fellow humans and their freedoms."

I can't say that every law enforcement, or politician is 100% right, and yes many times peoples rights are violated. As you can't say that every drug user and distributor is a model citizien. Which ever way you slice it drugs are illegal and when officers are acting within the law then they are not violating peoples rights. Every person accused has the opportunity to defend themselves in a court of law, and should be innocent until proven guilty.

I dont know how old you are, but I can only guess that you are in your teens or in your early twenties. I gather from your postings that you are rather inexperienced in life it self. You live in a bubble where you only see the benifets of such topics to your own convenience and fail to see how dangerous these drugs are to people, especialy children.

I have been to third world countries where people would not even be able to define the meaning of freedom. Where the governments have total control on such things as the media, where you can work or how much of certain foods you can purchase.

You curse our government for denying you the freedoms that would satisfy your cravings, but in all actuality you don't even know how good you have it and how free you really are.
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