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It's absurd, it's treasonous, Lines are blurred where reason is. It's now where rationality has left; Unfounded accusations carry heft. What shall we do? What can we do? What of that good reputation
I have this ideal, This unattainable goal; If I could make it real, I'd finally feel whole. These times alone I enjoy, I mean no deceit. But solitude I'd gladly destroy
Invade the room and awash with debate To prove your distress is superior. Accelerate pique and don’t hesitate As your demands are meant to weary her. More issues arise: suppression and spite
Part 1 It sure would be great to solve the race debate, But before you choose a side put down your pride and hesitate, Good and evil is not for us to decide that is up to Heaven’s Gate,
The only freshman On this grown-up debate team. Why am I so young?
Given this simple question one would answer, "Logan square of course." Look a little deeper and you might answer, "well he lives in Logan square, but really he's much closer to Humboldt park."
(Ode Poem) Speech is Speechless What’s a great way to start a change? My favorite would be to debate, Everyone, I bet, can somehow tend to relate,
You're convincing, but it comforts me to know that you're not always right. Feelings and opinions aren't factual. They're important, but they aren't facts. And you're wrong sometimes. We're human.
You can’t watch, follow, or listen to that Those politics full of evil whether you’re Republican or a Democrat Don’t listen to those unholy people, they are no good