September 12th, 2006
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The amusing irony is that most of the time, the pages do degrade reasonably and could be viewed with a JS disabled browser. But thanks to the noscript tag, you don't get to see even the degraded page. The browser automatically takes you to the error page when you try and load any page on the site.
Anyone know how to do it? Preferably for Firefox if that's possible.
Tried several Google searches with different terms, but didn't find anything that looked useful. Maybe I'm just using the wrong terms. I swear someone must have made a GreaseMonkey script to do this, but I can't find it...
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And it ain't no surprise they're unhappy...
With Republicans controlling Congress and the White House, conservatives these days ought to be happy, but most aren’t. They see expanding government, runaway spending, Middle East entanglements, and government corruption, and they wonder why, exactly, the country should be grateful for Republican dominance. Some accuse Bush and the Republicans today of not being true conservatives. Others see a grab bag of stated policies and wonder how they cohere. Everyone thinks something’s got to change.
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