• 5by5

    Keep your wingnuttery out of the nice indie bookstore, Birther.

  • 5by5

    Better yet, try READING some of those books rather than tearing them up. What's next? Book burnings? Predictable much?

  • honu

    Wow, what a bold statement! I'm impressed. Because the notion that over a hundred years of industrial pollution from factories, chemical, coal and petroleum factories/refineries as well as the exhaust from millions of cars every day couldn't possibly have any effect at all on the ecosystem. I smoke a cigarette in my car with the windows rolled up and the air smells like a fresh summer breeze. I love watching your bullsh-t in action. Keep up that willful arrogant ignorance you f-cking right wing tool douchebag sh-t for brains -ss wipe retards!

  • Anonymous

    Ah the right wing. If these guys don’t boggle your mind…

    I think Al Gore is a twit, but on this one issue he is clearly in the right. How anyone can rationally defend the destruction of the planet we live on, is beyond me. I mean… it’s the planet we LIVE on, won’t we still be needing it for some time to come? Isn’t it a good idea to not destroy it?

    I guess you can’t take it with you. Selfish punks. I’ll bet their daddies are very proud.

  • tonyviner

    I am not a big Al Gore fan from his ''Put stickers on CDs'' days, also I am not too sure the past eight years would have been any better with him, considering his record as VP. I am, however, of the mindset that the planet is in peril and we are almost to a point where we need a ''do whatever it takes'' attitude to fix it.

    These guys look like Mormons. Don't they know that there is a perfectly good Sarah Palin book that they could rip up?

    I think it is probably a felony of some sort to assault the former Vice President.

    If that movie is anything like 'New World Order' bring a pillow, good God, that movie was a crybaby suckfest, and I like conspiracy theories.

  • thepuppettheatre

    Ah the right wing. If these guys don't boggle your mind…

    I think Al Gore is a twit, but on this one issue he is clearly in the right. How anyone can rationally defend the destruction of the planet we live on, is beyond me. I mean… it's the planet we LIVE on, won't we still be needing it for some time to come? Isn't it a good idea to not destroy it?

    I guess you can't take it with you. Selfish punks. I'll bet their daddies are very proud.

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