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The Truth About Dick Cheney and Crack

If you're feeling too cocky, think about Dick Cheney-- because they're certainly thinking about you. About your freedoms, anyway, and how to curtail them.

The Chinese character for crack looks a lot like the character for Dick Cheney's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

The former White House Chief of Staff confirmed two weeks ago that the truth about this matter has been seriously misrepresented.

Google's global tentacles stretch throughout the crack industry, even in Iraq.

The toothpaste provided to soldiers at most military bases in America contains extremely high levels of crack-- but little to no actual toothpaste.

The solution is clear: buy a gun.

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