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Es Latium para expositare:  "Annuit Coepitus" var "Eternis volare et valorum."

In English, spoken plainly: "Annuit Coepotus" means "God will honor our honesty for eternity."

Es Latuim para expositare: "Novus Ordo Secularium" var "Dieus potentia es truncaum," quotare es Pliny superium.

In English spoken plainly,"The new order is secular, subject to God's guidance." (quoting Pliny, the Elder by reference).

The date is 1776: when we declared independence from England.

Obama's program is not working. That is why you aren't, either, or soon won't be.
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Bob Suffolk

Apparently dfrogpong has abused her position on AOL Answers again to maintain leftist bitterness and anger in the name of her rabid and mindless cult of anti-American Obama worshipers -- the ones who sold you out for thirty pieces of Kenyan silver. 


Here is the symbol in graphic form so as to frustrate dfogpong's racist political ambitions and return us to base course as Americans who do as we should.


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Rocmike aka American Patriot, your alias Bob Suffolk sounds like the rest of your aliases. May I suggest you take a day of you sad lonely pathetic life of blogging every waking minute and go back and read some of your aliases posts. Even someone as deranged and unstable as you should be able to tell there is no difference in any of them. All repeated the same thing over and over and use the same words. GET A LIFE

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