IMO it's going to take a looooong time to undo the damage to civil liberties that we're undergoing now--and I don't mean just from the current administration, although they're not helping. With Palladium in a couple of years and TIA in a couple more years, we're well on the way to Orwell.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Well one thing is for sure,<br>Hilary did not give head - so Bill had to looked elsewhere.<br><br>I guess thats the one constant in the universe. Hey.<br><br>I have yet to see any contenders for the next election match from any party, that even come close to some logic.<br><br>Maybe Warner Brothers was right.<br>The World is a Cartoon.<br><br>
That's ok..feelings mutual (and only meaning the political party...otherwise you are an alright guy..no matter what Gizmo says! )<br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
You said it yoyo, I can hardly believe how fast certain civil liberties are vanishing. I'm not saying that Democrats would be any better, but look where things have gone in just two years! It makes my stomach hurt to think where we'll be when Dubya's finished with us.<br><br>We sure would be better off if old Strom Thurmond had won in '48! <br><br>
Think about it for a second.<br>GW gets elected through a Florida swamp of shiity water.<br><br>GW finaly finds where the bathroom is at the White House.<br>Then finds his desk and paper clips. Plus all those new faces and names to remember.<br><br>Then WTC happens.<br>Not what he wanted after a few months on the Job.<br><br>
#30751 - 12/16/0211:26 AMRe: Gore not running in 2004 - yay!
Well, I am not too friggin' thrilled by either party to be honest. But, if it comes down to one or the other I do think the Democrats are a bit less in the pockets of the super-rich than the Republicans are. Not by much mind you, but at least their economic policies brought us good times, whereas the current administration is just an outright bunch of thieves and has certainly done a horrible job with the economy. And it is going to get worse. <br><br>Other than that of course you have the stands taken by the Republicans on issues such as abortion, which I simply cannot ever agree with nor would I ever support anyone that is anti-abortion. The ironic thing in my mind is that the Republicans always talk about less government, yet today we have the most intrusive snooping federal agencies in place that we have ever had.<br><br>When all is said and done, I don't trust any politician, but I'd rather have a liberal progressive in charge than a damned fascist leaning [censored].<br><br>Remember, it is never personal. I figure you are a good person, same as I am. It is just the corrupt politicians that are generally not too clean.<br><br>
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