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Old 09-05-2008, 12:01 AM   #571
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i really like the phrase jesus horse. i'm gonna use it more... if only to drive my lutheran coworks batshit crazy.

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Old 09-05-2008, 12:01 AM   #572
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In case the FoxNews web site it to Right-leaning for you...I dont think anyone would mistake the NY Post as a conservative paper

OBAMA: I'VE GOT MORE EXPERIENCE THAN PALIN - New York Post
you are aware that fox news and the NY Post are owned by the same guy, yes?

and besides... the post is good for two things and two things only. #1, funny headlines. #2, wiping my ass.
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Old 09-05-2008, 12:01 AM   #573
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i beg to differ. it's just that some of us call ourselfs independents these days.
As a self-declared independent, are you less likely to vote for the Democratic ticket now because of the three protesters at the RNC? Just wondering.
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Old 09-05-2008, 12:02 AM   #574
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You are insulting their intelligence. Or, possibly, it is your intelligence!

So, according to your logic (or the lack of), the undecided voters lack the intelligence to decipher the difference between the actions of three protesters at the RNC, and a presidential ticket. They will automitcally think "evil protestors raining on the RNC MUST be Democratic operatives...this is horrible and I obviously need to vote for McCain because of how evil they are."

O.K.

Any other theories?
*sigh*

Ok. Let me dumb it down. It made that lady look really stupid. Anything wrong with me saying that?
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Old 09-05-2008, 12:02 AM   #575
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you are aware that fox news and the NY Post are owned by the same guy, yes?
Oh snap.

Hats off to the Murdoch.
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As a self-declared independent, are you less likely to vote for the Democratic ticket now because of the three protesters at the RNC? Just wondering.
i've decided to cast a write-in vote for mitt romney based soley on the protesters.
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Old 09-05-2008, 12:04 AM   #577
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In contrast, her speech came across as mean, non-inclusive and smug.

I think they actually realize they went too far.
I doubt that. The response to Palin's speech was overwhelmingly an A+ around the country and the world. The VP is alway the attack dog in Presidential race. They go after the opponent while the Presidential Candidate makes his case and presents his plan. She did her job, presented her experience and attacked the weakness of the Obama ticket. It was a great speech that will play huge in getting them to the White House.
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*sigh*

Ok. Let me dumb it down. It made that lady look really stupid. Anything wrong with me saying that?

You already "dumbed it down."

Yeah...the protester looked pretty stupid!
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they're so perty

who wants to sit in on bio and earth science classes with me tomorrow and ask the teachers to explain all the jesus horse fossels in the ground?

if i get canned, at least i can collect unemployment.
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i think what happened here was that McCain put a gun to the head of GWB,

and pulled the trigger.
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In case the FoxNews web site it to Right-leaning for you...I dont think anyone would mistake the NY Post as a conservative paper

OBAMA: I'VE GOT MORE EXPERIENCE THAN PALIN - New York Post
No, I agree it was a stupid argument to make.
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you are aware that fox news and the NY Post are owned by the same guy, yes?

and besides... the post is good for two things and two things only. #1, funny headlines. #2, wiping my ass.
So you're avoiding the fact of what Obama said. I guess if the entire left pretends she is not a Governor with executive experience than I geuss she doesn't right?
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No, I agree it was a stupid argument to make.
Maybe it's not a good argument for the statement "I have more executive experience than Palin", but it's a valid argument for the statement "I have some executive experience". A presidential campaign is a business, and he's been running it for what will be nearly two years when all is said and done, and it's been highly successful thus far. That doesn't necessarily mean he has more executive experience than Palin, but it does mean that the claims that he has NO executive experience is false.

All of that said, I, of course, don't put much importance on the experience argument to begin with.
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So you're avoiding the fact of what Obama said. I guess if the entire left pretends she is not a Governor with executive experience than I geuss she doesn't right?


john mccain is 72 years old. he has a 1 in 3 chance of dying before he is 80. he has had cancer 4 times.

do you believe Sarah Palin is prepared to be the president of the United States?
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I doubt that. The response to Palin's speech was overwhelmingly an A+ around the country and the world. The VP is alway the attack dog in Presidential race. They go after the opponent while the Presidential Candidate makes his case and presents his plan. She did her job, presented her experience and attacked the weakness of the Obama ticket. It was a great speech that will play huge in getting them to the White House.
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There is hypocrisy on all sides..Reps, Dems, Independents, all of them. I'm not drinking the GOP Kool-Aid.
You had me fooled. What flavor is the Kool-Aid?
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