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 Post subject: 2006 Election: Who Will You Vote For?
PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 5:31 pm 
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In 2006, who will be running and who won't be:

http://www.dcpoliticalreport.com/Retire06.htm

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Yep...I wouldn't expect anything else of you, BuckyBoots....when you're old enough to actually cast that first ballot. :lol: :lol:

In the meantime, you might want to practice pushing buttons. Are you sure you have the necessary eye-hand coordination to do it without help? You will only have to push one to vote a straight Republican ticket, so practice makes permanent...not necessarily perfect. Do be careful. We wouldn't want that good old Diebold machine to misinterpret your little vote now, would we?

If the government ever declares war on stupidity, BuckyBoots, you'll get nuked.

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hey , you asked the queation, Who Will You Vote For?

and i answered , now why do you want to get all ingorant about it.
if you can't accept the answers don't ask the freaken questions.

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buckshot wrote:
hey , you asked the queation, Who Will You Vote For?
and i answered , now why do you want to get all ingorant about it.


Please explain to us how Catherine is exhibiting ignorance. I think you've made a poor choice of words.

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if you can't accept the answers don't ask the freaken questions.


I don't think it's a case of not accepting your answer. It's called a follow up. Perhaps Catherine would like some specifics. Let me give you an example... Someone asks you "What would you like for dinner" and you answer "Food"... Is that a complete answer? It is in a general sense, but it's really not a complete answer. Any monkey could answer FOOD. Or in this case RED!

RED Comrade Buckshot? As in some sort of revolutionary Marxist or Communist sort of thing? Do you see what I mean there? Red can mean many things.

Red is not an answer Mr. Buckshot.

I think that Catherine was looking for something a bit more detailed and with a bit more thought. We can assume that you'll vote for whoever the Authoritarian Corporate Feudal Theocratic GOP chooses. When the GOP says jump, you ask how high. We'd like to hear your reasons for voting for whichever Grand Presbyter it is you vote for.

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you just except straight forward answers. if their is no spin around an issue your not happy.
now go eat your FOOD

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Lil' Andy wrote:
you just except straight forward answers. if their is no spin around an issue your not happy.
now go eat your FOOD


Did you mean this?

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You just expect straight forward answers. If there is no spin around an issue you're not happy. Now go eat your FOOD!

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Did you mean this?

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Here you go, bucky...

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bucky...take a look at this...and weep.


http://www.pollingreport.com/2006.htm

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Robert Frost was right when he defined a liberal as someone "so broadminded he won't take his own side in an argument."

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That's no answer, bucky..just another evasive tactic. Have you become known as bucky-vasive?

Why can't you SUPPORT what you believe? We all know the answer to that, but do you?

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Hey Buckshot, why is it that everytime I try to post something at BlogsforBush.com about 9/11/2001, the moderator erases it?
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Mr. Buckshot wrote:
Robert Frost was right when he defined a liberal as someone "so broadminded he won't take his own side in an argument."


Whoosh...

The sound that Robert Frost quote fragment made as it went over Mr. Buckshot's head.

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ECSMOKELOC wrote:
Hey Buckshot, why is it that everytime I try to post something at BlogsforBush.com about 9/11/2001, the moderator erases it?


Perhaps you're not Murrkhan enough. :wink:

Do you hate their freedoms? Do you disagree because you're a traitor?

We can't have anyone not marching in lockstep behind our
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