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Old 10-24-2008, 07:52 PM   #121
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I suggest you mcwithhold your mcinappropriate comments, then.
Was I supposed to laugh at this scolding? Cause I did.


Dear Diamond,

Pls advise re: the release time of your information. I'd like to get dinner now, but I'm afraid to leave my computer and miss it. Thx.

Sincerely,

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Oh great, now I want some McNuggets.
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So the truth always comes out eventually.

Words to live by big d.
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Dear Diamond,

Pls advise re: the release time of your information. I'd like to get dinner now, but I'm afraid to leave my computer and miss it. Thx.

Sincerely,

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That the content will be of a more serious in nature, and I have had an exhaustive day dealing w clients while also preparing for the arrival of a dignitary from the East Coast, I'm now lying down for a power nap.

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.."and long have you been angry with your father"?

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I'm listening to Scott McLellan endorse Obama on Larry King right now, and this might be one of the best ones I've heard so far along with Powell. Some of these Republicans are really stepping up to the plate and taking a stand for doing the right thing. Johnny Maverick could take some lessons from them.
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Old 10-24-2008, 09:26 PM   #127
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I'm listening to Scott McLellan endorse Obama on Larry King right now, and this might be one of the best ones I've heard so far along with Powell. Some of these Republicans are really stepping up to the plate and taking a stand for doing the right thing. Johnny Maverick could take some lessons from them.
Or, they are angling for jobs and political favours by sucking up to the person who they think will win.

This little f***er who made his living parroting the lies of Buscho now thinks he has his get out clause?

F*** him.

McCain is hundred times a better man than McLellan.
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Or, they are angling for jobs and political favours by sucking up to the person who they think will win.

This little f***er who made his living parroting the lies of Buscho now thinks he has his get out clause?

F*** him.

McCain is hundred times a better man than McLellan.
It happens in politics. If Obama becomes Jimmy Carter II after a honeymoon in a few weeks they will be non-entities. Backstabbers aren't rewarded in the long run. They are not respected in the new party (especially when they don't really believe in Democrat party politics) and they won't be forgiven from the party they left. There's even a small chance that Obama won't win.

They just feel the slickness is what is missing from the republicans. That shows how superficial they are. Buckley says that if Obama goes lefty he will be disappointed. Well get ready to be disappointed.
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Backstabbers? Please.

People shouldn't be so entirely tied to one party or the other that they "go down with the ship" rather than switch to the candidate they feel will do a better job, who has run a better campaign and hasn't made questionable decisions like choosing Georgina Bush as his running mate.
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&lsquo;John McCain was never tortured in my jail&rsquo;, says Tran Trong Duyet - Times Online

Claims that McCain was not tortured.

We saw those ghostly video images of McCain, defiant, on his prison bed, from 30 years ago.

I tend to think America doesn't really want to dwell on or even be reminded of its past, because it has enough issues on its plate in the present and near future.

That's why I think Obama will win it.
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Or, they are angling for jobs and political favours by sucking up to the person who they think will win.
I doubt that Obama is going to hire Scott McLellan.
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I'm listening to Scott McLellan endorse Obama on Larry King right now
You watch Larry King?

I'm so disappointed in you.
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You watch Larry King?

I'm so disappointed in you.
My mom does. Saturday is girls night out this week, so I blame the scheduling conflicts amongst me and my friends for the reason I was home tonight to be bored enough to watch Larry King.
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Backstabbers? Please.

People shouldn't be so entirely tied to one party or the other that they "go down with the ship" rather than switch to the candidate they feel will do a better job, who has run a better campaign and hasn't made questionable decisions like choosing Georgina Bush as his running mate.
Palin is more conservative than Bush. Typical association that Democrats want to win with.
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Old 10-24-2008, 11:36 PM   #135
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Palin is more conservative than Bush. Typical association that Democrats want to win with.
Wait, Scott McLellan is a life-long Republican. What does he have to do with Democratic strategy?
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