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Old 03-22-2008, 09:13 PM   #1
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Default Official Department of Homeland Insecurity Logo

In the spirit of "Network", Thoreau on Civil Disobedience, and the plain duties of the citizens to place the brakes on a government gone mad with delusions and lies,

I suggest that those of us Colonials who are going to be flying (or taking Amtrak) this year show that you have not and will not be filled.

Don the uniform and logo of the Department of Homeland Insecurity, which is graced by the nose art from the Ruptured Duck, one on the bombers that flew in the Doolittle Raid over Japan, in direct contrast to the eagle shown on the DHS logo. There's no mistaking this one for that one.

Assuming the forum is kind enough to attach the GIF file....

I'd really like to embroider them, but suppose I'll have to settle for inket iron-on transfers. Sized for baseball caps, and polo shirts, same as the opposition force wears.

(I don't mind security, but I call this farce an insult and a danger, and outright domestic terrorism as it makes us FEEL safe while making us LESS SAFE, and that's about the greatest danger they can create.)
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