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Where are these guys? They are being gutted like a couple of calves and they have no defense. If this is the best they can defend themselves, how can you trust them to defend America? What is the plan? Where are the specifics? All I here is silly tak about "the international comminity". We need specifics gutsy plans to fight terorism here and all over the world. We need an administration with spine. The choice is clear. It's too bad the dems could not find a valid candidate.

Bush 55
Kerry 45
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post #2 of 22
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Originally posted by Common Man
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Bush 55
Kerry 45

The Republican Convention thingie is on. It's in the news.
post #3 of 22
I mean, now's probably not the best time to call a press conference to give details of your Plan to Make the World a Better Place.
post #4 of 22
Maybe they could quickly convene another Democratic Convention, you know, sneaky-like, next month? That way they'd have the last word.

post #5 of 22
Candidates don't traditionally campaign during each other's nominating conventions. Cheney broke that tradition this year-- and so did Edwards yesterday in my college town of Wilkes Barre, PA.
post #6 of 22
Kerry actually did say something publicly recently, and he was universally lambasted for 'breaking tradition' by not keeping his mouth shut while teh GOP smeared his image with shittylies!
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post #7 of 22
Why do people even bother to respond to Common Tw*t, StupidDumbW*nker, Scott, N*pples-X and the like.

I propose that every time one of them posts, we dont respond, just post a big fat smiley

There must be more constructive uses of time than constantly refuting bullshit.

They'll soon go away when they don't have an audience.

Look heres an example
post #8 of 22
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Originally posted by Common Man
Where are these guys? They are being gutted like a couple of calves and they have no defense. If this is the best they can defend themselves, how can you trust them to defend America? What is the plan? Where are the specifics? All I here is silly tak about "the international comminity". We need specifics gutsy plans to fight terorism here and all over the world. We need an administration with spine. The choice is clear. It's too bad the dems could not find a valid candidate.

Bush 55
Kerry 45

post #9 of 22
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I think that the Dems should worry about the validity of their candidate. Seriously, how many of you are confident in Kerry/Edwards?
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post #10 of 22
Common man?


Who are you really?
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post #11 of 22
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Originally posted by Common Man
I think that the Dems should worry about the validity of their candidate. Seriously, how many of you are confident in Kerry/Edwards?

post #12 of 22
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I think that the Dems should worry about the validity of their candidate. Seriously, how many of you are confident in Kerry/Edwards?

I'm entirely confident.
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I'm entirely confident.

JUST POST THE SMILEY GODDAMNIT. HE DOESN'T WANT A DEBATE. ITS JUST PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE. JUST POST THE SMILEY.
post #14 of 22
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I think that the Dems should worry about the validity of their candidate. Seriously, how many of you are confident in Kerry/Edwards?


I think you should worry about November.


OUT THE DOOR IN 2004!
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post #15 of 22
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I think that the Dems should worry about the validity of their candidate. Seriously, how many of you are confident in Kerry/Edwards?

Yeah. Who are you?

Anyway. I'm not too confident that John Kerry will win because the Republicans are... out to win. It's clear that the Democrat campaign can't respond in kind without being accused of hysteria or extremism, so they couldn't fight dirty if they wanted to. Or knew how. Their site's pretty lame, and it doesn't bode well.

And something's going to happen in October.
post #16 of 22
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Yeah. Who are you?

Anyway. I'm not too confident that John Kerry will win because the Republicans are... out to win. It's clear that the Democrat campaign can't respond in kind without being accused of hysteria or extremism, so they couldn't fight dirty if they wanted to. Or knew how. Their site's pretty lame, and it doesn't bode well.

And something's going to happen in October.

Osama or the bomb?
post #17 of 22
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Osama or the bomb?

Osama or something I reckon.

I hope. Hadn't thought of terrorism.
post #18 of 22
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Osama or something I reckon.

I hope. Hadn't thought of terrorism.

Why do you hope for Osama in October? Thats not going to remove shrub is it?
post #19 of 22
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Originally posted by Hassan i Sabbah
Osama or something I reckon.

I hope. Hadn't thought of terrorism.


If they do try something like this it would be too obvious at this point. Personally I don't think they know how to catch Osama if that's what you're thinking..
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post #20 of 22
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If they do try something like this it would be too obvious at this point. Personally I don't think they know how to catch Osama if that's what you're thinking..

I've been thinking about this.

Its only too obvious to the people who dont worship Bush as Jesus Christ. Factor in the warm-fuzzy factor, and the fact that Kerry can hardly call 'Foul' and you have a no reason not to 'capture' Osama in October.

Who would give a fuck in the GOP, if some people called foul, if they won the dictatorship, um... I mean election.
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good call marcuk. At least in Common Man'sand 7E7's case they are just trolls, or different aliases of someone.
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good call marcuk. At least in Common Man'sand 7E7's case they are just trolls, or different aliases of someone.

I can post under different alaises if you want, choose a number between 1 an 7.
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