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  • Say that you've decided you better save that money for the eventual McCain Presidency middle class screw-over.

    New Rudy Rollout Begins

  • Bankruptcy laws were changed to screw-over debtors.

    Karl Rove: Democratic Secret Weapon

  • I get all warm and fuzzy just looking at Zipps redesigned, screw-over type, valve extensions

    PezCyclingNews.com

  • After all, he is the one he's been waiting for you know, and he already said he might not be able to screw-over [sorry ....] change America in two terms and since he is a messiah and all that, he can't suddenly stop being a messiah in 8 years or something.

    CRUSADER RABBIT

  • People don’t work that way, and will congregate together by bonds of family and friendship to work cooperatively on the small scale, but with groups still large enough to screw-over any individual who gets in their way and society becomes dependant upon the good graces of the largest and more powerful sub-groups within it.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Chaos Has Gotten A Bad Rap

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