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March 29, 2008

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...Global Warming and Co2 as a pallutant are nothing more than lame attempts to control everyone, and impose a carbon tax on all of us "carbon sinners". We all exhale Co2 and therefore have been found guilty. The carbon tax will then be used to fund the lame world order. Nothing new under the sun here...just a new spin on ways to enslave all of us, and make money at our expense while they do so. If something smells like a pile of shit it usually is...it just takes alittle longer to smell it for what it is sometimes. Such is the case with global warming and Co2 as a pollutant...what a pathetic joke. They'll have to use more sodium flouride in my drinking water before I'm dumb enough to accept that total fabricated lie.

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