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Robert Phoenix 
Posted: 19-Oct-2007, 03:32 PM
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I see Steve Colbert is now running for President. According to his program last night he is running as both a democrat and republican. His platform is he is South Carolina's favorite son.

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Posted: 20-Oct-2007, 07:21 AM
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QUOTE (Robert Phoenix @ 19-Oct-2007, 03:32 PM)
I see Steve Colbert is now running for President.  According to his program last night he is running as both a democrat and republican.  His platform is he is South Carolina's favorite son.

Tempting....

The idiot. If he wastes even a thousand dollars on a stunt run, I'd like to rub his snarky nose in it and make him work in a soup kitchen for a year.
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Posted: 22-Oct-2007, 10:39 AM
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So funny listening to that gaggle of conservatives going at each other last night. In a way it's too bad Giuliani is not going to get their nomination -- he's too different and too "New York" to carry the country's conservative banner. But listening to him among the others, you hear a complex brain behind an articulate presence. Not that I LIKE the guy, or ever agreed with him. But he doesn't think or sound like the usual good ol' boys, and what a welcome relief when you're trying to track this stuff live.
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Posted: 01-Nov-2007, 12:08 PM
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Now be honest --

is there anybody who thinks they can STANDthis circus for another whole year?
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Posted: 01-Nov-2007, 05:04 PM
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I've got an idea; everything else has been outsourced to third world countries, why not the White House too?


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QUOTE (TheCarolinaScotsman @ 01-Nov-2007, 05:04 PM)
I've got an idea; everything else has been outsourced to third world countries, why not the White House too?

I like that idea, and while we’re at it. I herd another good idea this morning, and that is… to have the Republican convention in Bagdad. That works for me.

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Posted: 02-Nov-2007, 08:52 AM
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Today on the Huffington Post, Arianna said that Giuliani has the soul of a thug, but I say that can't be, because Giuliani sold his soul a long time a go.

Kucinich… Kucinich… Kucinich…
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I honestly don't know who I am going to vote for this time around. It is sad that we have how many millions of Americans and this is all we get?! I have always voted Republican in the past but there is no one I particularly like at this point in time. And I definitely don't like any of the democrats, especially Hillary. She grates on my nerves enough as it is. Plus I find her to change her views as often as Basken Robbins changes its ice cream flavors. It is kind of like what will the people "want to hear" kind of thing. A friend emailed me this fun test or whatever you want to call it and I found the results very interesting. Most people told me after they took it, it pretty much matched who they were thinking of in the first place. So have a little fun in the midst of a very serious topic. wink.gif smile.gif

Subject: 'find your candidate'

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> THIS IS PRETTY GOOD -----TRY IT........
> The following is an interesting exercise.... You answer a few questions
> then click the 'find your candidate button' and the program selects the candidate who's
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> like your own... You may be surprised at what you find.
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> http://www.wqad.com/Global/link.asp?L=259460


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WOW!!! I couln't believe who was at the top of the list after taking the test. I WIIL NOT be voting for them, but it suprised me that we agreed on most things. I really don't know who I am going to vote for.

stoirmeil---Honestly, another year of it will more than likely drive me insane and cause me to kill the tv. LOL


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Posted: 02-Nov-2007, 01:25 PM
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Well alrighty then. That just told me to vote for the person I was going to vote for. Validation!!!!

I am so tired of the elections already!! I think we should all line our TVs up and have a firing squad.


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Having answered all the questions only confirmed what I already thought, Dennis Kucinich all the way.
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Posted: 02-Nov-2007, 06:04 PM
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S'a fun questionnaire. Makes me want to jiggle it to see what I have to do to get a Rudy or a McCain.


Oh -- came up with a 3-way tie between Hillary, Barak and Edwards. blink.gif
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Posted: 07-Nov-2007, 07:57 AM
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Good Morning All

Double click on the following link to see the results of a mock internet vote, held by: Democrats for America. I think is says a lot about what we’re heading, and seeing on the corporate controlled media.

The results are in. I want to thank you for sending a loud and clear message to the business-as-usual Washington pundits. You have made it clear that the Democratic Presidential Primary is far more competitive than beltway insiders would have you believe.
With over 150,000 votes cast, the DFA Pulse Poll is the largest internet poll to date in the 2008 primary.
The political pundits and beltway Democrats have been claiming that the primaries are already over, but 95% of the votes cast prove they are wrong.
Progressive activists want clear positions on Iraq and Iran. They're concerned with the power of special interest money in elections, and they want strait talk on issues such as funding social security and presidential power. DFA members want a Presidential candidate who will fight for progressive values and are looking for the candidates who are committed to changing the way politics is conducted in America.
Take a look for yourself. Check out the interactive results now:

http://DemocracyforAmerica.com/pulsepoll/results
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Posted: 13-Nov-2007, 09:41 AM
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Now that Pat Robertson’s has endorses Rudy Giuliani. We can say that birds of a feather, (chicken hawks that is) flock together.
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Posted: 13-Nov-2007, 10:47 AM
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QUOTE (John Clements @ 13-Nov-2007, 09:41 AM)
Now that Pat Robertson’s has endorses Rudy Giuliani. We can say that birds of a feather, (chicken hawks that is) flock together.

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They aren't really birds of a feather . . . the first thing I thought of was that someone (maybe Hilary) who wants to knock Rudy down paid off Robertson to endorse him.

Like, somebody (maybe Rudy) will eventually pay off Al Sharpton to get behind Hilary, hoping it will kill her chances.

You remember Aragones' cartoon "Spy Versus Spy", in the old Mad Magazine? Like that. smile.gif
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