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What hypocrites!!!!!!!!!!!!!


I'm glad to see that the two parties can agree on a couple things: We don't need and never had habeas corpus and WHORES!

Patrick Stuart

I wish the question "do you believe in UFOs" had been worded better. A UFO, in the strictest definition, is any unidentified flying object, and unquestionably exists.

On the other end of the spectrum, assuming the question is about aliens, it never asks where they might exist. Asking if aliens might exist somewhere in the universe is a wholly different animal than asking if they visit earth and stick instruments into the private parts of humans.

Finally, I will assume that most of those polled understood the question to mean neither of what I mentioned above. Hopefully this will dampen the old canard that, by very nature of being conservative, one is necessarily more prone to scientific quackery than liberals (this study helps show that both sides have their loonies).


Democratic loonies tend to believe in UFOs and magical crystal vibrations and have no influence. Republican loonies believe that tax cuts are a solution to all government problems and that successive Republican and Democratic governments in Hawaii conspired to fake a birth certificate and are the heart of their party.

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