Edwards played along, but his aides were indignant. They warned the veep
candidate that the story was already out of control and about to get worse.
Historian Douglas Brinkley, author of a wartime biography of Kerry, cautioned
that Kerry's diary included mention of a meeting with some North Vietnamese
terrorists in Paris. Edwards was flabbergasted. "Let me get this straight," the
senator said. "He met with terrorists? Oh, that's good."
Priceless, simply priceless.
The Nobel Prize, let me see Arafat and Carter- terror king and the worst
American president of the 20 th century- indeed
Next you'll be telling me that Ramsey Clark is an American patriot and Kofi
Annan is pure as the driven snow.
"Progressives" are in denial and blinded by hatred of the US. Democratic party
bashing of the US didn't work. The party of Moore and Franken got drubbed.
"We have lost just about everything that we can lose." said Nancy Pelosi,
injecting a bit of reality into the party response.
You left out mass murderer Henry Kissinger. Your blinders are as obvious
as your need for attention starting multiple threads addressed to me. I
was willing & eager to give you the attention cuz these are topics of
interest to me, but if you're too loony to do it in one thread & want to
start many off-topic threads because you're lonesome for me, then I am
less interested, because I really do come here for gardening talk & don't
want merely to assist trollings.
If you didn't already make a habit of revealing a lunatic perspective on
the world, that one would've spilled the red hot peppers all over your
naked lap. You & Trent Lott would still be happy in a Perfect America with
child laborers dying of blacklung, rigid racial segregation, no votes for
women, & an ongoing pretense that organized crime doesn't exist, but
progressives have put an end to your dreams & your King George will only
ever succeed at turning the clock back a little bit before it swings
toward liberty once again.
But thanks for the reminder about what the world you're eager to return to
really is all about.
-paghat the ratgirl
"Of what are you afraid, my child?" inquired the kindly teacher.
"Oh, sir! The flowers, they are wild," replied the timid creature.
I do believe that you were the one to recently inject politics into this group,
but if you can't stand the heat.......... or the truth......over on your back
like a puppy and bare your throat.
You sound just like Whiney Juan Williams on NPR.
The Democratic's are in turmoil, the advantage goes to the party that sees with
the most clarity.
it has gone to the party that never underestimates the intelligence of
all over the rest of the civilized world religion is supported by the state and
citizens have no use for organized religion. here in the US we got a separation
church and state and a hell of a lot of people simply cannot get enough of it,
it playing in the background 7/24. maybe the only way we can free Americans from
religious obsession is to shove it down their throats.
firstname.lastname@example.org (IntarsiaCo) wrote:
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Solve the problem, dont waste energy finding who's to blame
Unfortunately, I receive no money, gifts, discounts or other
compensation for all the damn work I do, nor for any of the
endorsements or recommendations I make.
On 08 Nov 2004 13:40:09 GMT, email@example.com (IntarsiaCo) wrote:
Can't argue with that. The pussy Dems *are* in turmoil; can't come up
with a coherent message for the voters; instead continue to kiss
Administration ass in the Congress.
The grim Reps see with total clarity.
They are united in trashing the Constitution via Presidential dictat
and confirmation of Supremes with extreme Rightwing views;
supporting more for the rich, less for the poor; wrecking the
educational "system" - controlling everybody's mind in the US version
of Islamic madrassas and illegal data mining; trashing the
environment (apres moi le deluge); keeping oil prices artificially
high to benefit the real rulers of America; killing GIs and Iraqui
civilians; controlling women's bodies... the list goes on...
More problems for a Democrat constituency:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to decide a
legal dispute over whether states can prevent convicted felons from voting.
Acting after last week's elections, the justices refused to consider an appeal
in cases from Washington and New York state on the reach of the Voting Rights
Act of 1965, which prohibits voter disqualification based on race.
Every state in the nation except Maine and Vermont deny the right to vote to
convicted felons in prison. Most of the laws also deny the right to vote to
felons on parole or probation, and 14 states ban felons from voting even after
they have served their sentences, civil rights experts said.
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