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The Vent: Sept. 1

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Posted: Thursday, September 1, 2011 3:15 am

"Why do people complain about other people who believe in God or a certain religion? It's like anything in life: If you are a vegan, then don't go to McDonalds. If you don't drink, don't go to a bar. If you don't want to be a religious person, don't. Freedom of choice baby! I'm 42 and have to say out of the hundreds of people I have known or encountered in my life, maybe five of them don't believe in the Bible or an organized religion. If they go door to door in your neighborhood, don't answer the door. Duh!"

"If 99 percent of American workers are required to take a drug test to get a job and many times to keep one (random drug tests), is it too much to ask the people who rely on welfare, food stamps, HUD, Section-8, DES and WIC assistance to be required to take the same drug tests (random, too) that their hard-working, tax-paying benefactors do?"

"Multi-millionaire Mitt Romney, a Republican candidate for president, recently said that corporations are people. I agree, they are people, people who the Republicans serve and cater to."

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