Loc: New Hampshire
From cnn.com<br><br>Some Kerry supporters glum after loss<br><br>"The good news, mental health experts say, is that most Kerry supporters will get over their disappointment on their own. In fact, maybe sooner than they think."<br><br><br><br>[color:blue]All your sock puppets are belong to us</font color=blue>
and good news for the psychiatrists<br><br>There's an increase in income over the next 4 years, treating those that don't get over it!!<br><br>
_________________________ I used to think it was terrible that life was unfair. Then I thought what if life were fair and all of the terrible things that happen came because we really deserved them? Now I take comfort in the general unfairness and hostility of the universe.
Oh stop the hypocracy!<br><br>You rag on the media for being biased. Then when the media says they will not announce a winner until it is mathematically impossible for the candidate to lose, you still call them biased. If I recall, it took a long time for them to give certain states to Kerry too. But you didn't mention that.<br><br>Not announcing a winner until it is mathematically impossible for them to lose is the most unbiased you can get! There's no opinion at play here, it's all based on cold hard facts. But yet, you still call the media "biased?"<br><br>Even after Kerry conceded, it is still irrelevant. Kerry was conceding the entire election, not Ohio itself. He has no more authority to claim a loss in Ohio than the media. <br><br>What the heck would you call unbiased then? Preannouncing a winner sure sounds biased to me. How could you expect them to make a call after the circus that happened in Florida four years ago?<br><br>Ohio was too close to call at the time. Accept it. Geez, Bush won, fair and square. Even the democrats accepted it. Let it go.<br><br><br>
How did I know someone (and most likely you today) would say that. Yes, the reason they were the only ones (including the candidate) not putting Ohio in the Bush column is not because they are biased. And they did not like the outcome. It's because they are so fair they felt it was still too close to call. Wow, talk about a lack of intellectual honesty. <br><br>
Well I was glum for a while but instead of going to a psychiatrist I talked to my brother the tax attorney. He pointed out how much money I was going to reap in tax breaks over the next four years plus the money I was not going to have to pay for Kerry's tax increases and I about sheet my pants. I asked him do I have to become a Republican in order to reap all these benefits? He says no. So I'm looking at five acres in New Hampshire.<br><br>Woo Hoo, I can still be a whiny liberal but it's like my team one too! (I just don't have to admit it.) Personally, I would rather the federal government would keep all the money it is going to give me and pay down the national debt but some people are acting like all the bennies Bush is handing out go only to Republican winners.<br><br>I'm still not sending my kid to that mistake called Iraq but I'm keeping the money. HAHAHA.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> Hey I'm sure they will take whatever extra you want to send to them <br> <p><hr></blockquote><p> Don't be holding your breath on that one. My bounty would pay off about 300 milliseconds worth of interest on the national debt. Better I keep it, have fun, and convince everyone else to send theirs.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
Dang, you're right, I like some of that Libertarian stuff too. Well that settles it. I am going to make a new political party. I'll call it the Yellow Dog Deli Demlib. I will espouse Democratic ideals and reap the bennies of the Republicans in charge. The Deli part is "I'll take an Italian, sub roll, hold the mayo, lots of hots.<br><br>
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