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Discussion in 'CAD' started by Jim Thompson, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Just on the news...

    Kerry concedes in call to Bush.

    Daschle loses Senate race!

    "It's a wonderful day in the neighborhood" ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  2. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    Not to about 150 million seriously disgruntled Americans it's not! The
    price your party will pay for seriously underhanded and criminal
    behavior will become obvious even to you in the coming months.
     
  3. Chuck Harris

    Chuck Harris Guest

    Really? Do tell!

    -Chuck
     
  4. And what price will the Dems pay for their similar behaviors?

    Mark L. Fergerson
     
  5. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Methinks I read Bloggs as a terrorist. Time to track his ass down and
    turn him in.

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  6. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Well, I am kind of planning on watching the situation and see what
    really does happen. It turns out I'm as lousy at soothsaying as I am
    at mind-reading. :)

    Americans have muddled through some tough times in the past, and
    if you look around and chat with "the man in the street", and so on,
    it seems that, other than the fact that half the US population and
    the entire rest of the world hate G.W.Bush, you'd never be able to
    prove that "times is tough."

    Who cares if America is making war on some country thousands of
    miles away - Hey, it's great for the economy! Or something.

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  7. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    You do mean, "notwithstanding they haven't perpetrated any discretionary
    assault that has resulted in the deaths of thousands in the last four
    years"?

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  8. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Yeah, well you and your neocon buddies seem to have managed to get
    more votes. Apparently the "christian" "right" thinks he's the greatest
    thing since buttered toast.

    Oh, well. Guess we'd better start practicing our loyalty oaths.

    BTW, I don't know if you saw the thread, but I apologize for the
    lewd comment about whoring out your daughter. I was out of line,
    and there is no excuse.

    I'm sorry for that.

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  9. Art

    Art Guest

    Bloody Time you Flippin Yanks realize you are all one country!! Get over
    the Billions of $$ spent for the elections, start feeding your own poor,
    helping your own homeless, support your own retirees, reform your own tax
    structure, and again become a model to the world!! The Bloody infighting
    will do nothing for your union, or your status in the world society.
     
  10. Guest

    Well, they ought to have turned out and voted. Best I can see is less than 60
    million of them showed up. (of course you are including babies and school
    children in your total, which is ludicrous at best)

    " In the 37 elections since 1860 - the first won by a Republican - Democrats
    have won only 14. Only twice in 15 post-World War II elections has the
    Democratic nominee achieved 50 percent of the vote."

    George F. Will 11-4-04

    Not a good 150 years for the demos. I think most of them would prefer it if
    the liberal end of the party went its own way, and let the rest of them, the
    majority of them, go back to there basic roots and beliefs. Liberals have
    wiped out any hope for the democratic ticket.

    There are three or four democrats who could have beaten Bush. Maybe instead of
    wringing their hands in despair, democrats ought to consider doing something
    about the Primary process, which basically allowed Iowa and NH to choose their
    candidate. Perhaps that choice ought to be made at the convention, rather than
    on the farm in the midwest?

    Both sides whine about the electoral college, voter registration process
    failures, and disenfranchised voters, but most all democrats were totally
    disenfranchised when two or three small states basically told all the others
    that Kerry was the one who would run. How stupid is that?

    John
     
  11. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Art, You are woefully misinformed....
    We do. Are you not aware of the MANY charities which feed the poor?
    And we have reverse taxation for the poor... they get money FROM the
    government, and food stamps (actually most are now debit cards to use
    in the grocery stores).
    You've been watching too much socialist TV.
    Eh? As I've pointed out before, we have the lowest taxation of just
    about everyone except the Arab Emirates.
    We are... and your ass may be next ;-)
    [snip]

    We're not infighting... watch how we merge when attacked.

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  12. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    How come I am not already in custody and being interrogated and tortured
    at Guantanomo if your homeland security is so perfect...
     
  13. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Evidently pretty stupid. Even I can see that Kerry was about the worst
    possible choice to put up against Bush. And when he started saying that
    he'd be just as aggressive as Pres. Bush in his pursuit of terrorism,
    he suddenly was pretty much indistinguishable.

    Actually, I have to admit I've been doing one-issue ranting, focusing
    entirely on the invasion.

    Well, I believe I have successfully demonstrated that I can't swing an
    election by sitting here at my computer and ranting. :-\
    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  14. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest


    Probably because you're white.

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  15. If you think that, it suddenly all becomes clear why you are the
    idiot I held you for. If you read things wrong, you better stop
    reading all together. Can't think of better therapy here.

    Having said that, and 'looking' at SED, I see a mix of contributions
    in all kinds of flavors. Wise stuff, stupid remarks, ranting, reasonable
    folks, nutcases and what have you. We all stick labels on each other.

    Time will tell who has put the right labels on. One excuse the Americans
    will never be able to use is 'We didn't know'.
     
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  17. Isn't the saddle on that hobbyhorse of yours getting a
    bit lumpy? I was referring to the "seriously underhanded and
    criminal behavior" of the Dems in re: the election.

    Now, once again, I ask you to tell me what exactly the
    9-11 events were supposedly a "righteous" response to.

    Oh, BTW, which party was in charge when the French ought
    to have repelled the invaders at Normandy? After all, they
    should have been "protecting their homes" too, right?

    Mark L. Fergerson
     
  18. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest


    Jim,

    This is hilarious:

    http://slate.msn.com/id/2109218/


    Seems the Dems lost because America is populated by ignorant religious
    inbred finatics.

    It just ocurred to me, walking down the hill to work, that the roles
    of the two major parties have reversed in the last 70 years. The
    Democrats were the champions of the oppressed farming/working class,
    but are now the party of Manhattan and Hollywood, of Volvo-driving
    upper-middle-class urban coast-dwellers, and the Republicans now speak
    for the working class, rural, "heartland" of America. It seems to me
    that the Dems don't understand this, which is why they are now calling
    their own claimed constituancy stupid and ignorant because they didn't
    do as they were told.

    Has anybody read "What's Wrong With Kansas"? Sounds like it might be
    interesting.

    John
     
  19. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    And this is even funnier:

    http://slate.msn.com/id/2109217/


    John
     
  20. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Afghanistan, Lebanon, Palestine, to name a few.

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
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