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Old 11-12-2005, 10:58 AM   #16
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Spill.


once i get my dirt on bruche from Headache, then i'll give you my hollywood gossip.

i'm also out for the rest of the weekend.

so y'll have to wait until monday.
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springsteen was a big supporter of former governor mcgreevey, who also happened to be one of the most corrupt governors the state of new jersey has ever had, involved in scandle after scandle. if the boss runs for the senate, you can be assured this will be used against him.
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springsteen was a big supporter of former governor mcgreevey, who also happened to be one of the most corrupt governors the state of new jersey has ever had, involved in scandle after scandle. if the boss runs for the senate, you can be assured this will be used against him.


aw, and i thought it had something to do with, like, a group of bodybuilding isreali hustlers or something.

okay, the *real* reason for the brad and jen break up was not brad's being totally powerless to maneater/homewrecker angelina jolie's charms as she assumed her rightful place as one half of the world's hottest couple.

no.

my "in the biz" sources tell me that the marriage was on the outs well before angelina, and that jen has a great big coke problem and brad had been trying to get her to quit and with no luck. so, he basically left her.
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springsteen was a big supporter of former governor mcgreevey, who also happened to be one of the most corrupt governors the state of new jersey has ever had, involved in scandle after scandle. if the boss runs for the senate, you can be assured this will be used against him.


I knew you were going to bring this up.

Do you honestly think this would make a difference? Unless he was involved in the corruption himself, it won't mean shit.
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aw, and i thought it had something to do with, like, a group of bodybuilding isreali hustlers or something.
Did I want that picture in my head or not?


Nope. I didn't.
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Did I want that picture in my head or not?


Nope. I didn't.
But it's now permanently etched in your brain!

...unfortunately, it's permanently etched in mine also.
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Did I want that picture in my head or not?


Nope. I didn't.


well, the picture in my head is hawt.

hawt, i tell you.
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Back in 2002, there was a petition going around Jersey to enlist Springsteen for a U.S. Senate bid, and this was his response:

"If nominated, I will not run. If elected I will not serve," Springsteen said, repeating the famous 1884 quote from U.S. General William Tecumseh Sherman when he refused the GOP nomination for president.

So, it ain't happening...
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I tried to find that editorial he wrote a while back about Iraq, it was so eloquent. I am completely impartial of course..
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Of course.

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I knew you were going to bring this up.

Do you honestly think this would make a difference? Unless he was involved in the corruption himself, it won't mean shit.
i like bruce springsteen... seen him in concert multiple times, i like his music, i respect his political activisim.

that said... if you don't think having connections to corrupt politicians holds any weight in political elections, well... i don't know what to tell ya'.

sometimes the candidate is such a strong one that he/she over-comes connections with shady characters... sometimes these connections cause their campaigns to stumble and even collapse.

what would happen if springsteen ran? i have no idea.

but i'm not expecting to ever find out.
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that said... if you don't think having connections to corrupt politicians holds any weight in political elections, well... i don't know what to tell ya'.

Right, but first you claim he was a big supporter, now you are claiming connections...

Many politicians have supported the corrupt in their past and got elected, but unless it goes beyond just support then no I don't think it means shit.

If Bruce wasn't involved, and all he did was support the canidate, there's no way of knowing about corruption...
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I am moving to DC and becoming the oldest Senate intern if that happens

Just call me Monica


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Did I want that picture in my head or not?


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I was kidding deep
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Do you honestly think this would make a difference? Unless he was involved in the corruption himself, it won't mean shit.
To you, or to a campaign?

Just a quick glance at the threads here shows that factual connection and personal involvement isn't required to attack a politician's character.
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