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  • After listening to Limbaugh this morning (hey, I was in a cab, and the radio was on LOUD), and hearing him talk about how Obama is this angry black man with this angry black man's social agenda, I find it very hard to believe there isn't real racism underneath the Party of Fear's talking points, and in this case, what is usually said behind closed doors, accidentally slipped out of her mouth.

    Congresswoman apologizes for 'great white hope' comment

  • On the stereo, Fear's “Let's Have A War” morphed into Dave Matthews' nasally voice going on about ants marching.

    I'm Not Emilio Estevez

  • Charleston, S. C.-based First Federal S.vings and Loan Association of Charleston assumed Cape Fear's deposits and agreed to purchase about $468 million in assets.

    Cape Fear's Failure Is 22nd This Year

  • Fear's roots wear many costumes: anxiety, anger, revenge, power grabbing.

    Dr. Cara Barker: The Problem With Fear

  • Will it resonate as much as Fear's "Let's Have A War"?

    he was no saint, and slew no dragon

  • Unfortunately, Fear's rather garish 1960s-issue costume seems to have blunted the effect, something that the opening of the issue perhaps tries to remedy by keeping Fear out of costume as long as possible.

    What I bought – 29 November 2007 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Fear's live on things you value, ie life, and are dependant on how much and what you trust.

    The Unlikely Event - Anil Dash

  • "This action resulted in serious disruption of underground and mass democratic strictures in the area (Edendale) and intense distress to the Langa family which was the obvious intention of Fear's handlers," Mbeki said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Fear's like pain -- it can be overwhelming at first, but if you live with it long enough, it can be shaped and molded, and it can be walled away to give you just a little space of your own where it isn't.

    A Darker Place

  • Fear's roots seek out every dark part of you, every memory, every nightmare, and, once found, the roots sink into those dark parts and drink deep.

    The Seventh Gate

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