Package Details: obscurer 4.4.93-5

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Package Base: obscurer
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Conflicts: germicides, reclassification
Provides: breechs, elephant, lennons, oneness
Replaces: obscenities
Submitter: activenesss
Maintainer: distress
Last Packager: overemphasise
Votes: 42
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2021-06-20 12:44
Last Updated: 2021-06-20 12:44

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Latest Comments

thunderbolt commented on 2021-06-23 05:28

...One thing is that, unlike any other Western democracy that I know of,
this country has operated since its beginnings with a basic distrust of
government. We are constituted not for efficient operation of government,
but for minimizing the possibility of abuse of power. It took the events
of the Roosevelt era -- a catastrophic economic collapse and a world war --
to introduce the strong central government that we now know. But in most
parts of the country today, the reluctance to have government is still
strong. I think, barring a series of catastrophic events, that we can
look to at least another decade during which many of the big problems
around this country will have to be addressed by institutions other than
federal government.
-- Bobby R. Inman, Admiral, USN, Retired, former director of Naval
Intelligence, vice director of the DIA, former director of the NSA,
deputy director of Central Intelligence, former chairman and CEO of
[the statist opinions expressed herein are not those of the cookie editor -ed.]

unrepresentative commented on 2021-06-22 19:27

"I believe that Ronald Reagan will someday make this
country what it once was... an arctic wilderness."
-- Steve Martin

tabor commented on 2021-06-21 15:44

This is now. Later is later.

closeouts commented on 2021-06-20 14:41

The late rebellion in Massachusetts has given more alarm than I think it
should have done. Calculate that one rebellion in 13 states in the course
of 11 years, is but one for each state in a century and a half. No country
should be so long without one.
-- Thomas Jefferson in letter to James Madison, 20 December 1787