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Old 10-04-2004, 08:44 AM   #31
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Like Kerry would need to cheat, lol, when he's debating deer-in-the-headlights.
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Exactly. Why would he risk cheating when he's debating the least astute president of all time.
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Like Kerry would need to cheat, lol, when he's debating deer-in-the-headlights.
It is just manna for their masses.

They must keep their base fired up.


If Kerry won, he must have cheated.

We all know the Lord annointed Bush to be President.
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Old 10-04-2004, 02:59 PM   #34
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Sting....Kerry Nasty and Bush Nasty are two different things. I think Mr. McCain would agree,.
Certainly, those supporting Kerry would like to think that their version of being nasty is somehow has more tactful, but its not. Senator McCain would agree with that and we know who Senator McCain supports and is campaigning for in this contest.
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capturing osama is good....

loosing over 1000 young soldiers in Iraq is a shame because we shouldn't be there.....and that is a Bush thing. So even if he does something good it doesnt negate the fact that he also messed up royally in Iraq.
Leaving Saddam in power in light of his past behavior and capabilities would be a shame and serious threat to the region and there for the rest of the planet. There is a reason that Saddam had 17 resolutions passed against him, 3 of which authorized the use of military force if he failed to comply with the resolutions.
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It is just manna for their masses.

They must keep their base fired up.


If Kerry won, he must have cheated.

We all know the Lord annointed Bush to be President.
If Bush wins, its because of that vast right wing conspiracy.
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Old 10-04-2004, 03:05 PM   #37
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That is kind of amusing...I figured you would respond like that. How Mr. McCain can support Mr. Bush, makes him a better man than I. If I had been depicted in the manner the Bush machine portrayed him in the last election, I would not be able to see through it. As I said, he is a better man than I am.

And if you can show any example of Mr. Kerry or the Democratic party, not a 527 engaging in behavior equivalent to what Mccain went through, please present your case. As usual I have an open mind.
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Unfortunately I will miss the second debate. Friday night I'll be in Georgia at a medieval re-enactment event. I'm not complaining, though. I'm glad I have the re-enactment thing to break the tension. If I didn't take breaks from this stuff I'd go nuts. The news will be here when I come back.
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That is kind of amusing...I figured you would respond like that. How Mr. McCain can support Mr. Bush, makes him a better man than I. If I had been depicted in the manner the Bush machine portrayed him in the last election, I would not be able to see through it. As I said, he is a better man than I am.

And if you can show any example of Mr. Kerry or the Democratic party, not a 527 engaging in behavior equivalent to what Mccain went through, please present your case. As usual I have an open mind.
I've been following politics long enough to know that no side has the higher ground when it comes to slinging mud. All 527s are is a cover for the Democratic party machine to do its mud slinging.

Senator McCain realizes what is important for this country and is not going to let a past political campaign get in the way of that.
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That is kind of amusing...I figured you would respond like that. How Mr. McCain can support Mr. Bush, makes him a better man than I. If I had been depicted in the manner the Bush machine portrayed him in the last election, I would not be able to see through it. As I said, he is a better man than I am.

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he is a loyal Republican..

I believe he personally despises Rove and this Administration

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John McCain: Bushwhacked

By all rights, Senator John McCain should have won the Republican presidential nomination in 2000. After McCain surged in the New Hampshire primary, however, something unseemly took place:

"What happened has taken on the air of an unsolved crime, a cold case, with Karl Rove [George W. Bush's chief political advisor and a master of negative campaigning] being the prime suspect. Bush loyalists, maybe working for the campaign, maybe just representing its interests, claimed in parking-lot handouts and telephone 'push polls' and whisper campaigns that McCain's wife, Cindy, was a drug addict, that McCain might be mentally unstable from his captivity in Vietnam, and that the senator had fathered a black child with a prostitute. Callers push-polled members of a South Carolina right-to-life organization and other groups, asking if the black baby might influence their vote. [After McCain met with a group of gay Republicans, fliers were distributed calling McCain the "fag candidate."]

"Now here's the twist, the part that drives McCain admirers insane to this very day: That last rumor took seed because the McCains had done an especially admirable thing. Years back they'd adopted a baby from a Mother Teresa orphanage in Bangladesh. Bridget, now eleven years old, waved along with the rest of the McCain brood from stages across the state, a dark-skinned child inadvertently providing a photo op for slander. The attacks were of a level and vitriol that even McCain, who was regularly beaten in captivity, could not ignore. He began to answer the slights, strayed off message about how he would lead the nation if he got the chance, and lost the war for South Carolina. Bush emerged from the showdown upright and victorious... and onward he marched."

[In June 2004, the Bush-Cheney campaign website (georgewbush.com) displayed pictures of Adolf Hitler between photographs of prominent Democratic politicians.]

[Trivia: Karl Rove was allegedly fired from the 1992 Bush presidential campaign after he admitted to planting a negative story (with columnist Robert Novak) about dissatisfaction with campaign fundraising chief Robert Mosbacher Jr.]

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back to the topic.

if u click this link it does not look like a pencil.

maybe dan rather gave him some cheat notes
http://www.zombietime.com/kerry_at_first_debate/
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diamond, where did you find a site called zombietime?
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behold.....the pen?

http://www.stuckinamoment.net/Images/kerrydebate.jpg
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Wow, that is an awfully large and clear picture, neutral. I think you're misunderstanding, though. If you use small blurry pictures it is clearly a piece of paper that Kerry's pulling out of his pocket. Make this picture smaller and blurrier so that I can see the truth, please.
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maybe there was an "electronic device" in the pen

and everytime he pushed it
it made W shit himself*

*explains those funny expressions, doesn't it.
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