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Old 01-12-2005, 11:42 AM   #31
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Old 01-12-2005, 11:44 AM   #32
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Well you have to admit you have some scary ideas
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Old 01-12-2005, 11:46 AM   #33
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Frightening. Simply frightening.
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Old 01-12-2005, 11:52 AM   #34
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Frightening. Simply frightening.

Well I'm not that afraid because the president of the U.S really can't do much to affect the country by his or her self. However, I think that some people's vision of a country with a true Democrat in office is one with freaks and stilt walkers and PETA junkies running rampant on the streets and vehicles outlawed and people having sex with anything that breathes or doesn't breathe and 5 languages being approved as national languages...all silly, yes, but.....all this could have been possible had AlGore been elected
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Very true. We liberals are clinically insane people.
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Old 01-12-2005, 12:15 PM   #36
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Very true. We liberals are clinically insane people.

now now, that description was supposed to be a humorous vision of what some people may think of a liberal America. That's not exactly my vision, but it's a vision that liberals should try to alter.


man oh man, stilt walkers
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that was a good one. the white house would turn into a circus with a freak show!!!!!!
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Circuses in the White House? That'd be interesting.
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Old 01-12-2005, 02:35 PM   #39
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I know W and I are just simpletons, but by big ideas I mean things like freedom. The alternative to freedom in the Middle East is the status quo which is unacceptable. W had the balls to break the status Quo post 9/11. Yes, there is the prospect of failure but I hope to God there isn't and so should you. Personally I bet on the desire of most people to be free and live in peace. But that's just the secular humanist in me.
Simpleton is right. I love this "you don't stand for freedom if you don't believe in this war" bullshit, it makes me laugh. Then basically you would have been for any invasion of any country not living in freedom? Where to next? Come on let's put another country into war so they can live free. There's a whole list to choose from and apparantly we don't even need a reason, that's the beauty of it. You are right Bush had the balls to show the world that the USA doesn't need shit for justification. Go W.
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Old 01-12-2005, 11:14 PM   #41
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Correct. The ideas of the party are what keeps winning elections. Clinton was a great personality and was elected despite the ideas of the Democratic Party
This is dead on. I would not be so inclined to vote Republican if, say, Rudy Guiliani ran for president, being that he doesn't represent conservative social stances on key issues. Also, his extramarital affair is a bit of a turn off too. I don't want someone to manage our country if he can't even manage his own marriage.
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This is dead on. I would not be so inclined to vote Republican if, say, Rudy Guiliani ran for president, being that he doesn't represent conservative social stances on key issues. Also, his extramarital affair is a bit of a turn off too. I don't want someone to manage our country if he can't even manage his own marriage.
Wait didn't you claim to have voted for Kerry, but was fine with Bush winning? So if you believe in the ideas of the party why didn't you vote for Bush? So are you saying you voted based on Kerry's "personality"? Now I'll be the first to admit Kerry is one of the least "personalities" in the Democratic party. So I'm confused.
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Wait didn't you claim to have voted for Kerry, but was fine with Bush winning? So if you believe in the ideas of the party why didn't you vote for Bush? So are you saying you voted based on Kerry's "personality"? Now I'll be the first to admit Kerry is one of the least "personalities" in the Democratic party. So I'm confused.
Umm... Never claimed to vote for Kerry. I hope that helps.
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Umm... Never claimed to vote for Kerry. I hope that helps.
Yeah my bad I had you confused with someone else, apparently it's too late, I need to get bed. Sorry.
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Correct. The ideas of the party are what keeps winning elections. Clinton was a great personality and was elected despite the ideas of the Democratic Party

President Clinton had a bunch of good ideas/programs/Executive Orders- some of which have been attacked and dismantled, and he had some bad ones [IMHO].

ah.....the last duly elected president, and meanwhile The Resident.....
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