Re: OT - Coulter

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snipped-for-privacy@aol.comnotforme says...

Yeah, let's see, "Congress shall make no law regarding the establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof ... " It's amazing that conservative anythings (republicans or otherwise) just can't seem to find anything in this clause that should prohibit the ability of people to celebrate Christmas or wish one another "Merry Christmas in public places" Those rascally conservatives just seem to get all bent out of shape that a few judges have seemed to ignore the "shall not prohibit the free exercise thereof" clause and interpreted this to mean that any expression of faith in a government office or by a government officer is somehow forbidden. (Unless of course the religion is Islam, then that is to be encouraged, taught, and disseminated)
Same thing with the second amendment -- somehow, the "people" are no longer the "people" when the constitution is talking about guns.

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Rafe B. writes:

Good genes. Remember his daddy's 1000 points of light?
Charlie Self "Telephone, n. An invention of the devil which abrogates some of the advantages of making a disagreeable person keep his distance." Ambrose Bierce
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Charlie Self wrote:

Daddy didn't spend much time raising the boy it seems. At least the original shrub could pronounce the word "nuclear."
I personally find it appalling.
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Silvan writes:

Good word.
Charlie Self "Telephone, n. An invention of the devil which abrogates some of the advantages of making a disagreeable person keep his distance." Ambrose Bierce
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Charlie Self wrote:

Which one? "Personally" or "appalling?" :)
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Silvan asks:

Personally, I'd bet on "appalling".
Charlie Self "Telephone, n. An invention of the devil which abrogates some of the advantages of making a disagreeable person keep his distance." Ambrose Bierce
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Julian D. writes:

That's sick. If you believe that, so are you.
Goodbye.
Charlie Self "Telephone, n. An invention of the devil which abrogates some of the advantages of making a disagreeable person keep his distance." Ambrose Bierce
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Well, I wouldn't go so far as to say they want to see dead soldiers, but are you gonna tell me that the libs are out there hoping for the economy to take off before the election? Every time there is positive economic news, they find something else negative to point out. The topic du jour is the job situation, which anybody who knows anything at all about economics knows is a lagging indicator.
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really won the election for us........
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William Graham writes:

50% of the votes is not necessary, AFAIK. Depends on the number of candidates, but...
You're right about Nader. So I guess we can put that right up there with the consequences of his actions that include the death of the Corvair.
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Yeah, but Perot gave "them" Clinton, so Nader was just a little payback.
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I already discussed in some depth that I agree that a representative form of gov't can still be called a Democracy without it needing to be a "direct" democracy. That is clearly how most of the States are governed. However, the key factor is that the representatives need to be representing somewhat equivalent numbers of citizens. The Senate of the US clearly does NOT have equal representation of the citizens. It has equal representation of the States - big or small. The election of the president is NOT based upon equal representation of the citizenry, but is weighted toward equal representation of the states. Thus you cannot even begin to define the US as a Democracy.
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Okay, now you're hallucinating.
"*Significant* majority," my ass.
Even if the SCOTUS-aborted Florida recount had gone the way right-wing sycophants allege, Bush's margin of victory was under 1,000 votes, with more than five-thousand butterfly ballot-voting Jewish Senior Citizens inexplicably voting for Pat Buchanan. Nationwide, Bush lost the popular election by half a million votes and after squeaking out the slimmest possible majority from the GOP-packed Supreme Court, took office with a margin of 5 Electoral College votes.
In 2002, the conservative-dominated mainstream media blared out a Republican "landslide" in Congressional elections, it conveniently omitted the fact that fewer than 5,000 votes, distributed differently in selected races, would have resulted in Democratic majorities in both houses of Congress.
After 9/11, the President enjoyed support from 86% of Americans and universal approval from all but the most radical Islamic states of the world. Since then, arrogance, lies, and incompetence have turned that support into alienation of traditional allies in the UN, NATO, and Asia. By the thinnest of margins, the Republican Congress has turned a $3 trillion surplus into a $4 trillion deficit while lining the pockets of the super rich and war profiteers such as Halliburton.
The party that touts "traditional family values" has levied a huge deficit burden on their children and grandchildren and committed 100,000 sons and daughters to bear arms in Iraq for as long as there is terrorism in the world.
No wonder public opinion polls show Bush can garner only a razor-thin margin over any generic Democrat.
*Significant* majority? You're fooling yourself.
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Keep thinkuing like that, Mr. Lefty, you "Tax&Spend-ocrats" are becoming so irrelevant all you'll be able to do come this time next year is get together with your Socialist buddies at the local leftist "whine & cheeze prty" and cry.
Oh, we all assume you'll still be in denial and will concoct some other sinister reason why you lost, like the new computerized voting mcahiunes were too difficult for those rich Palm Beach millionaires to figure out!
You people are really fun to listen to, however, perhaps you can take it on the road!

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Bush hasn't even started to campaign yet.
Tell us all about it in November 2004.
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This Democrat primary campaign is sort of like a boxing challenger jumping up and down, shouting, shadow boxing, flexing his muscles (telegraphing to the champ all of his moves) running around the ring to loud cheers from his biased fans......a year before the fight starts! But then, as he slowly steps into the ring, the champ will grin and go "heh, heh, heh..." It'll be over in the first round!
But, you don't have to wait until November to enjoy all the fun. Bush slyly began running an ad this week in Iowa that proclaims the truth about all the lying Demo-cowards...Iowa folks ain't got much of a choice among those 9 weasels, do they? (At least Graham had sense enough to quit the street gang before they all get busted!)
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Jerry McG wrote:

Oh, so you mean he *has* started to campaign already. What you're really saying here is that "NGH" is just misinformed.
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Giftzwerg wrote:

Bush appeals to the less intelligent in the country--you should be able to understand that, G-werg.
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Giftzwerg wrote:

No, as long as you're admitting to being an idiot, I'm not pissed off in the least.
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Giftzwerg wrote:

The Best of Jethro Tull? Worth having just for the non-LP "Rainbow Blues".
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