i think we might have fallen into kerry's increased taxes as well, though we'd be close. i have also thought about the benefits of having 4 years of the dubya agenda on taxes. i'll obviously enjoy the extra money. now, i would rather see my taxes going towards public education or to help people in society who need the most help (e.g., health care), but if it's not going to do that then i'll take it. unfortunately, i don't see the spending slowing down while our taxes shrink. that's a bad recipe. in any regard, we almost bought a cabin this year and will definitely buy one prior to next summer. <br><br>i feel like a winner as well, in a sense . . . unfortunately, i was fighting for other people to win who needed a win. <br><br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> i feel like a winner as well, in a sense . . . unfortunately, i was fighting for other people to win who needed a win. <p><hr></blockquote><p> That's the ticket. It's a win win for a Dem with more than a couple of bucks. We get to be righteous in our outrage because we didn't vote for the bastard but we get to reap the bucks. Weird thing is the only people I know who voted for Bush aren't going to get a tax break at all. They don't make enough. So an illogical lose lose for them. <br>I guess it is time for a mad cackle. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
Of course you knew I was going to say that. You didn't address why they also didn't call states for Kerry right away when it looked like he would win. If they were as biased as you seem to imply, they would have called those immediately, but yet they didn't.<br><br>None of them should be call any states until the numbers in to make it mathematically impossible for them to be wrong. Calling *any* state in *anyone's* favour is more biased than not calling it. What they should have done is done the "shades of purple" thing until it's done.<br><br>They were covering their butts because they don't want another Florida 2000. It's as simple as that.<br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> breathe into a paper bag <p><hr></blockquote><p> Is this another Republican Alchemy lesson I never learned growing up liberal? Blow on all my tax break dollars and it multiplies? WOOT! Tell me more! Do I have to drink martinis like a Republican 'cause I have totally mastered that. Do I have to trade in my mutt for a golden retriever? I heart my dog head stickers! They're on e-bay! Holy cow, I'm late dropping my kid off for the soccer game. I am a soccer mom too! I think I got it!<br><br><br><br><br><br>
Uhm because we're talking about Wednesday afternoon when it came down to Ohio and if Kerry didn't get it he couldn't win, but everyone including Kerry said he couldn't win it and was giving his concession speech and CNN still had it undecided. That's all.<br><br>
Loc: New Hampshire
Maybe, it's just me, but it almost seems like you're hyperventilating when making a post. I hear breathing into a paper bag works.<br><br>[color:blue]All your sock puppets are belong to us</font color=blue>
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