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I imagine this is the same type of story line like when he "died" several years back. It'll turn out to be a ploy of some sort to deceive some bad guys and he'll go back to being an American again and the world will return to its orbit. <_<

 

Ho-Hum.

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Well..Im pretty sure he was an illegal alien anyways. Wasnt born here, never heard anything about being "naturalized", neither of his biological parents were born here...or ever lived here. Has anyone ever seen his adoption papers? Are they legal or forged?

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Well..Im pretty sure he was an illegal alien anyways. Wasnt born here, never heard anything about being "naturalized", neither of his biological parents were born here...or ever lived here. Has anyone ever seen his adoption papers? Are they legal or forged?

 

He was legally adopted by a couple in Kenya. I've seen the certificate.

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Sounds like the creators have bought into the line of PCism and anti-Americanism creeping through our culture. That and doing whatever it takes to sell their product. I say let em go!! Good riddance.

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Even though this is just a comic book, it does show the vile hate for this country that the liberals have. These writers ought to be boycotted. I hope the upcoming new Superman movie is not anti :FlagAm: Rye

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Simmer down fellas. You'll get the drizzlies. :lol:

http://techland.time.com/2011/04/29/emanata-superman-vs-america-nah/

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From UB's link ...

 

"And anyone who purports to be offended by "The Incident" should bear in mind that it happens in the same world where, in 2000, Lex Luthor was elected President of the United States."

 

Might not have been too bad a deal ... a guy who's genuinely smart, upfront about being a crook, and probably has a real birth certificate too. :lol:

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In my time as a child Superman was a hero. I guess in today's society this event just makes him a hero for todays kids. What they promote, monkey see monkey do-do!

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Superman's handlers are to blame - after talking to him on the secret phone he said " Don't worry pard - I am a true blue American at heart - no matter what my pansy-a$$ agents may say!!"

 

Right on Superman - knew I could count in ya!

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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Superman's handlers are to blame - after talking to him on the secret phone he said " Don't worry pard - I am a true blue American at heart - no matter what my pansy-a$$ agents may say!!"

 

Right on Superman - knew I could count in ya!

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

 

Hey gunner, psssst, shhhh, I'll tell ya a secret, Superman is not a real person!! Sorry, Rye :lol:

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On those questions where you have to give your boyhood hero, because you forgot your password, do I have to change it from Superman to Ronald Reagan?

I'm pretty sure he won't renounce his citizenship. :ph34r:

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Just another attack on anything sacred to Americans. For crying out loud, we can't even have a fictional comic book character anymore. I just read that down in Tucson, Arizona, the school systemm there is trying to throw out a Mexican studies class (under protest from some students) that indicates the Thanksgiving Holiday should be abolished and replaced by some kind of Day of Atonement. The textbook for the class refers to the American culture as some kind of Colonial power that should be overthrown.

 

Am I wrong for thinking that our heritage, way of life and social fabric is being poked full of thousands of little tiny holes from many different sources, all in an attempt to destroy the greatest bastion of freedom the world has ever seen. This Superman nonsense is another one of those holes being poked by America haters. I'm getting sick of it. At some point the American public needs to wake up and start poking back!!!!

 

T.H. O'Sullivan

Black Mesa Ranch

New Mexico

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Hey gunner, psssst, shhhh, I'll tell ya a secret, Superman is not a real person!! Sorry, Rye :lol:

 

 

Huh??? Ryes.. are you sure.. you know you have just ruined my weekend.. I loved superman as a child.. he was right up there with Mighty Mouse .. both are real Americans to me cuz American invented them to teach morals.. something we lack today. Growing up I was taught one man one woman, God and country, The truth is the best story to tell, Work hard and you will be successful.... was I listening to the wrong "forces".. lol.. If so, so be it.. I at least can face myself in the mirror each day, and know I have been an honest, hard working person.. Like Mighty Mouse.. lol

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Does this mean Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny aren't real too?

 

 

WBS.. I am sure they they are real... The bunny has made visits to my house before.. Its the fairy I dont' like.. what was up with a dumb guarter anyhow.. Didn't she know that by the time we grew up 25 cents would be worthless? lol

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WBS.. I am sure they they are real... The bunny has made visits to my house before.. Its the fairy I dont' like.. what was up with a dumb guarter anyhow.. Didn't she know that by the time we grew up 25 cents would be worthless? lol

 

There was this gay dentist.

 

Kinda brought new meaning to the expression, "Tooth Fairy". ^_^

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WBS.. I am sure they they are real... The bunny has made visits to my house before.. Its the fairy I dont' like.. what was up with a dumb guarter anyhow.. Didn't she know that by the time we grew up 25 cents would be worthless? lol

 

Not if it's a silver quarter. The fairy was trying to encourage us to invest in precious metals.

I invested in a wedding ring.

Turned out real good. :D

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OK, Superman IS a comic book character..

 

BUT..

 

It seems to be the "fashionable" thing among the liberal elite nowadays to thumb their noses at everything they consider "traditional American"..I'd say it's a safe bet the writers for the comic fall into this class..Probably hoping a more PC version of the man of steel will boost circulation.

 

I first encountered this attitude in college, and it never fails to annoy me..If they ever get the global government they think is the answer to everything, I have a feeling they ain't gonna be too happy at all with what it turns out to actually be.. <_<

 

Aw what the heck, I always liked Bugs Bunny and his pals better than Superman anyhoo! :lol:

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I'd say it's a safe bet the writers for the comic fall into this class.

 

 

Absolutely. Stan Lee of Marvel Comics is one of the biggest pukes out there. Does anyone remember that one edition of The Punisher when Castle took a shot at President Bush?

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Huh??? Ryes.. are you sure.. you know you have just ruined my weekend.. I loved superman as a child.. he was right up there with Mighty Mouse .. both are real Americans to me cuz American invented them to teach morals.. something we lack today. Growing up I was taught one man one woman, God and country, The truth is the best story to tell, Work hard and you will be successful.... was I listening to the wrong "forces".. lol.. If so, so be it.. I at least can face myself in the mirror each day, and know I have been an honest, hard working person.. Like Mighty Mouse.. lol

 

Deja, I'm sorry darlin', didn't mean to ruin your day. Now Mighty Mouse that's another story he IS real and he lives in my garage!

 

Whiskey Business, mu mom used to say if ya beleive in Santa Claus and the Easter bunny they'll come if'n ya don't they won't! Pretty cool I thought.:lol: Rye

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