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November 4, 2006 2:54 PM

F-ing awesome. Thank you anonymous. YouTube link

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Thanks for being out there, and delivering intelligent, insightful info.
Look forward to connecting in person 1 day.

Tue Nov 7 2006 1:28 AM


Just a quick little read for those that have jet to vote


You don’t believe the borders should be secured – vote Democrat
You believe terrorists should have privacy rites while they make phone calls – vote Democrat
You believe you don’t deserve the Bush tax cuts – vote Democrat
You don’t think private property rites are important – vote Democrat
You want higher unemployment (right now it’s about 4.4%) – vote Democrat
You believe these comments about this nation’s military mean nothing and are not indicative of the left’s true feelings: Kerry (TERRORIZING Iraqi civilians in the dead of night), (if you don’t go to school, you’re stuck in Iraq), Durbin (would most certainly believe this must have been done by Nazis, Soviets in their gulags, or some mad regime--Pol Pot or others), Kennedy (Shamefully, we now learn that Saddam's torture chambers reopened under new management, U.S. management) – vote Democrat
You believe judges should legislate from the bench, for all intents and purposes make policy – vote Democrat

Tue Nov 7 2006 4:22 PM

Dave E.:

Actually had to stand in line for the first time ever at my polling station. Good sign.

Let's restore some oversight in government. One party rule has never worked, whether it was Democrat or Republican. It's all about keeping power diffuse, not concentrated. Remember? That quaint Three Branch scheme someone thought up once? It's be nice to see that again.

So...go vote! Kick these bums out!!

Tue Nov 7 2006 5:13 PM


Thanks for posting the link to this youtube video Jim. I have circulated it to all my friends and family.

Mon Nov 20 2006 5:31 AM

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