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Old 10-30-2007, 11:33 PM
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Democrat Debate tonight

I must say, I just returned from watching this at a party, and it was weak.

My only thoughts are that I would like to go to a party that was: hosted by Biden at his house, where Dodd supplied the supplies and Kucinic the entertainment. I have met Edwards and while a nice guy with some good ideas and a sense of honor, he is distracted and is going to wear out during this campaign. I feel sorry for him.

I really have no other thoughts on the matter.

I hope the college kids don't graffiti Ron Paul out of the race from the other side.

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Old 10-30-2007, 11:37 PM
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Ron Paul, Ron Paul, Ron Paul... The Revolution spreads.
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Old 10-31-2007, 12:12 AM
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I was too busy giving myself a pedicure.

Between the Repo's debates and the Demo's debates I am going to have some damned beautiful feet.

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Old 10-31-2007, 12:16 AM
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Ron Paul, Ron Paul, Ron Paul... The Revolution spreads.
I like him too, but, and it pains me at 35 to say it, but you punks and all your www and stickers everywhere stuff may stigmatize his chances. The delegates won't give him a chance against somebody more traditional.
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Old 10-31-2007, 12:20 AM
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My idealistic self supports Ron Paul.

My pragmatic self hopes that Paul's campaign will be sufficiently powerful that candidate of both parties will make a run for voters who like Paul's ideas.

That's incrementalism, but at least it's generally in my favorite direction.
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Old 10-31-2007, 12:22 AM
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Who could possibly be RP's VP? German Star, what say you?
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Old 10-31-2007, 12:30 AM
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Who could possibly be RP's VP? German Star, what say you?
GS would have a spontaneous emission to be Sec of State. Maybe KV for Defense to balance those two departments. Bonehead at EPA.

VP? How about Cheney's daughter -- the lesbian? That would sure shake things up.

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Old 10-31-2007, 12:46 AM
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I like him too, but, and it pains me at 35 to say it, but you punks and all your www and stickers everywhere stuff may stigmatize his chances. The delegates won't give him a chance against somebody more traditional.
Sucks being over the hill don't it!

Well as long as my generation remembers to vote, big if, we could just steam roll him through.
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Sucks being over the hill don't it!
The kids are kind of a bummer and I get bad hangovers now, but the trophy wife, vacation homes, boats and liesure time kind of balance things out (out of an abundance of caution, I hope no one takes this literally--the smoke in CA seems to be causing some mental issues).


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Well as long as my generation remembers to vote, big if, we could just steam roll him through.
Like you did Gore? Maybe it is good I am not a political strategist.
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The kids are kind of a bummer and I get bad hangovers now, but the trophy wife, vacation homes, boats and liesure time kind of balance things out (out of an abundance of caution, I hope no one takes this literally--the smoke in CA seems to be causing some mental issues).




Like you did Gore? Maybe it is good I am not a political strategist.

I was a McCain supporter at the time, Bush was my 2nd choice.

Wanna trade? You can party harty next semester and I'll do the mid 30's making money thing for a bit?
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I was a McCain supporter at the time, Bush was my 2nd choice.

Wanna trade? You can party harty next semester and I'll do the mid 30's making money thing for a bit?

And who'd you vote for Hattie in your middle-school poll?

Hmmmm. I'll have to check with the wife:

PS: by 'you', I just meant the record number of young people who caused Gore to obtain a plurality, yet lose the election.
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I hope the college kids don't graffiti Ron Paul out of the race from the other side.
More than likely it will be defense contractor lobbyists, wearing backwards baseball caps and temporary tattoos, trying to spray paint a picture.
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And who'd you vote for Hattie in your middle-school poll?

Hmmmm. I'll have to check with the wife:

PS: by 'you', I just meant the record number of young people who caused Gore to obtain a plurality, yet lose the election.
Actualy I was a freshman in highschool for the 2000 election.
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Old 10-31-2007, 11:55 AM
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A political debate on Halloween that's sacreligious....I like Paul too but I have a feeling he'll get steam rolled. I'd like Warren Buffet to be the numbers guy.
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Old 10-31-2007, 12:12 PM
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A political debate on Halloween that's sacreligious....I like Paul too but I have a feeling he'll get steam rolled. I'd like Warren Buffet to be the numbers guy.
You and Bot seem to feel like I do--it is a romantic notion, but I doubt he has the schwack to pull a good cabinet together.

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