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Old 11-01-2006
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Kerry's contempt for his fellow man is almost (but not quite) as transparent as PT's comtempt for Americans.

Their opinions are about equally important, as well.

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Why would either of them apologize?

They both are patently incapable of self-criticism (see the side-splitting account of the Kerry campaign in Newsweek), and both feel themselves to be above their intended audience.

That may account for their similar popularity among said audiences.

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Old 11-02-2006
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Default Did you happen to catch Imus on MSNBC?

He told Kerry to quote "Just stop talking, go home and ride a bike or something. But please, just stop talking!"

That's pretty bad coming from fellow Democrats. Funny as hell though.
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Default No what's really funny...

...is that your little buddy Johnboy just lost you yet another election. And honestly, there's no need to hack voting machines. Considering most people that vote Democrat don't even speak fucking English.
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Hey, how are you guys coming on hacking the voting machines? Third time's a charm? We looking at a three-peat? Or should I say a three-cheat? Oh,

The election hasn't even been held yet, and Tyler is already saying it was stolen.






PT: The vast majority of the United States Military and American-born citizens. Maybe you haven't actually spent much time around the US military, but having practically grown up on two different military bases, I know it very well.

Also, most of the US military members I know come from middle-class backgrounds. Some come from the upper-class and some from the lower-class, but none have been what would be considered poor. All of them came from families who make more in a year than the average European.

You can make more money working a GED-class job in the United States than enlisting in the Military. That's why pretty much no one joins the military to escape poverty. Joining the military is a financial sacrifice, not blessing.
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What's funny as hell is the desperation of the neo-cons to avoid the real issues. Actually, let me rephrase that, it's fucking sad as hell.

Fortunately, true Americans have awakened. 5 days left.

Olbermann gave it to you bitches last night.

Hey, how are you guys coming on hacking the voting machines? Third time's a charm? We looking at a three-peat? Or should I say a three-cheat? Oh, I'm just enjoying this too much. What's really funny is that even with all the lies, spin AND cheating you will still lose.





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This is all about politics. Why can't the Dems just leave the men and women serving in the Armed Forces out of their politics?

John Kerry Fuk ed up, big time. Try to deal with it, not somehow blame the GOP for this. He really hurt the Dems with his stupid, childish attempt at bashing Bush. Kerry's the one who attempted to make an attack here, and it backfired on him. The "real issues" are not Kerry,or the Dems smart ass remarks and political blubbering. Its Iraq Right? Bullshit, Iraq is fine and so are the troops. It must not be that bad, because all the dems are doing is whining and bashing Bush. But they have offered no solution to our so called "problem in Iraq".
This "war" prolly has not effected you one dam bit so shut up man. And it has been healthy economicly for Americans. About the only thing this "war" has really done politicly is show the American public that we do not need democrats in office to earn money and keep a good economy.

We should just solve this whole middle east mess with ballistic intercontinental missles. What would the rest of the world say if we nuked that region into a huge sea of glass? probably Wow.......that is a LOT of glass!
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Democrats last held the house 50 years ago.They have to pick up 15 seats to gain control of the House. Their magic number is six in the Senate.

They may get the Senate but they are not getting the House.
Republicans may not have a real good plan on Iraq, but the dems dont even have that. 5 days left? So What! in 5 days we will still have Bush in office, a Republican House and God knows what in senate. It does not matter tho, all the important battles are in the house anyway. So keep me posted on how many days we have left untill the democrats lose yet another seat in the house
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Lightbulb Repetita Juvant.

Right HERE.

If you can't read Italian, I am arranging you a translation.
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Foreign news

BRITISH POLL: BUSH IS PUBLIC ENEMY #2

First place for Osama Bin Laden, but the President of the United States scores higher than the Iranian leader Ahmadinejad and the DPRK leader Kim Jong-Il

3/11/2006
LONDON. More dangerous than the leaders of the "rogue States axis", Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran) and Kim Jong-Il (North Korea), second only to Osama Bin Laden in the list of the most dangerous people for world peace. This is what the public opinion of four great allied Countries of the USA thinks about the US President, George W. Bush, according to the British newspaper "Guardian" and other important newspapers of Israel ("Haaretz"), Canada ("Toronto Sun") and Mexico.

Just a few days before the mid-term Congressional elections in the USA, the results confirm what actually was known since a long time: abroad of the USA, Bush's Cowboy-style foreign policy is generally unliked ad badly tolerated. But the fact is that now the poll has been made only in America's key-allied Countries, like the UK that's in the front line in the Afghan and Iraqi wars; wars that only 7% of the British citizens think to have "improved the worldwide security", while 69% of the interviewed people has declared to think that the US foreign policy since 2001 has actually made the world a less safe place.

This opinion is largely shared by the public opinion in the Countries north and south of the border with the USA: 62% of the Canadians, 57% of the Mexicans. But the really sensational news is that even in ISRAEL, which has always relied upon the USA as its principal safety mainstay, the number of supporters of the foreign policy of the Bush administration is rapidly decreasing. Only 25% of the Israelis think that the current American foreign policy is helpful for the safety, while 36% of them has declared to think that it's actually a damage for it, and 30% considers that, in the best ipothesis, Bush has actually done absolutely no difference.

As far as it concerns the specific question about the menace for peace, Bin Laden has scored the first in all the 4 countries. But in Great Britain, the leader of Al-Qaeda (scoring 87%) is followed from a very close distance by the President of the United States, considered a "Great or Moderate threat for Peace" by 75% of the interviewed people. More dangerous than the leader of Iran, that has launched his Country in a quest to obtain nuclear resources (scored 62%), and more dangerous than the leader of North Korea, that has performed the first DPRK's nuclear test last month. And Bush has resulted even more frightful than Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, that has scored 62%.

Only 10% of the interviewed Brits thinks that Bush is not a danger, and only the Israelis still have some faith upon the President of the United States (61 of the Israelis don't see Bush as a menace); at the same time, only in Israel the war on Iraq has the greatest support (59% pro vs. 34% against). In the other three countries, instead, the opposition against the war on Iraq is massive: 71% in UK, 73% in Canada, 87% in Mexico. But the Israelis also share the skepticism and doubts about what, according to the Americans, was the main task of the war: "exporting democracy". Only 28% of the Israelis interviewed by "Haaretz" consider the war on Iraq to have been a success; and so do only 11% of the Brits.
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You'd better start reading the writing on the wall, people.
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You're going to punish us Tyler? Bring it you sad little bitch. Punish us how exactly? Your hollow threats are laughable at best.

P.S. Be sure to thank your buddy John for losing you another election. LMAO, punish us, yeah I'm shaking man. LMAO
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Be it legal or not, Bush will get his comeupins.

Why don't you tell us exactly what you mean by that?

You seem to think Bush is evil because he violated some vague law of some kind. And you use that as justification for breaking clearly defined laws? You're more fascist than anyone you point a finger at.

Another mark for your hypocrisy Tyler. If you want to know what it is you hate, just look in the mirror.
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