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Old 03-09-2003, 07:49 PM   #31
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LOL....Yes, let's deal with FACTS like the article above...LOL
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Old 03-09-2003, 08:01 PM   #32
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LOL....Yes, let's deal with FACTS like the article above...LOL
Hmm, well I was actually referring to the whole Skull and Bonesman issue, and not the original article of this thread, but I can see how you were confused, because the S&B issue is, of course, off topic from the original topic of this thread.
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No, I had no problem with the Skull and Bones thing. I actually found some information that indicates that Sen. McCain was involved in some prior controversy with Bush the father and Geronimo's Bones or something like that.

My intent was that I don't think the article is 100% factual. LOL
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he has the walk and posture of a leader.
This is probably the weakest point I've ever heard you make in defense of good ole dubya.

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he has had less sex in the Oval Office than his predecessor.
True. Or maybe Laura has a fetish for desks...we don't know. (And if Clinton is such a terrible president as you make him out to be, why is he the only president you compare Bush against? And why are these comparisons based on personal issues rather than how they handle national and international affairs? )

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he has the respect of his wife.
personal affairs, once again.

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he has the respect of his constituents.
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That's highly questionable.
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Michael Jackson may be a tad off, but he's not a murderer.
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Isn't "The Mirror" a British tabloid? I didn't know they printed the truth! This is great!

I tend to agree with the anti-Bush league on this issue, so I'll just leave it at that.
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Bush has ladies throwin themselves at him
yeah, and the fact that his wrinkly, ugly, old wife is the best he can do is a sign that he must be the ladies man. i guess if janet reno was throwing herself at him...
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I don't think we accomplish anything by attacking the spouses of leaders? we disagree with.

Back to the article, sometimes a true story is so outrageous even a tabloid does not need to exaggerate.
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Yeah, did Bush really demand a standing ovation for a speech, or is this a joke? I wouldn't know. To hell with the role of sex in the Oval Office, it's not a major deal for me. After all, it used to be truly weird stuff if the king/ruler didn't have at least one mistress.
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yeah, and the fact that his wrinkly, ugly, old wife is the best he can do is a sign that he must be the ladies man. i guess if janet reno was throwing herself at him...
Khanada..............

WHY? Why would you stoop to this level?

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i think laura bush is an attractive lady. and she has a lot of class. i like her.

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i think laura bush is an attractive lady. and she has a lot of class. i like her.

I agree. I think she's very pretty, dresses well, and has a lot of poise.
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Khanada..............

WHY? Why would you stoop to this level?
i'm so sick of a lot of the shit going on in this forum. i guess it just goes to show i really shouldn't even bother posting, let alone reading this forum anymore. maybe in a couple months i'll change my mind.
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