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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by cctrol
    Originally posted by acmanko
    What a weak argument, Bush fumbled around and showed ineptness and general lack of intelligence and all you can find is Kerry cheated. Heck if Bush new how to take notes he would not have been able to read them.

    Now, I am just an outsider looking in, but if Bush had taken the day off like Kerry to rest and prepare for the debate, he would have been in better form. Well, he didn't, he spent the day surveying the hurricane damage and checking on the residents affected. I applaud him for that. I guess Kerry felt no obligation, after all he isn't President yet, and that makes me wonder what kind of leader he would be.

    The kind that doesn't show up just like he did with the intelligence briefings.

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    Originally posted by remember
    yeah bush blew it,

    he fumbled and stumbled and grimaced and stuttered,

    he did what he always does,screw up... so what is the news.

    he was finally somewhere where everybody talking to him wasn't screened like they do on his election tour.he forgot what its like not to have everybody kiss his ass.

    which is very typical of the republican hoy-poloy.

    they only like and win things that are rigged.

    so what is up with the "screening" of people at the bush/cheney rallies.they only let in people that profess to like the president.


    at least the democrats have a backbone and can let the republican hecklers into their rallies.

    the republicans are the "girlie men" of politics.





    and for historical reference the most aggregious case of debate scandal lately was "debategate";

    in the debates in 1980,between carter and reagan,

    where bill casey had stolen a copy of the 274 page briefing that carter was given to prepare for the debates.

    reagan was an actor,and he acted the part of having all the answers. well, he did have all the answers. so by debate time he knew what facts carter was going to use and was ready with data of his own to refute carter,thus looking knowledgable.and steering off the critisism of "hey this guy is an actor, what does he know?"

    too bad he let that bush in and ruin his reputation.after all most of the scandals of his presidency were related to bush,the elder and co.
    Try forming a paragraph of cognitive thought because you criticizing someone else's communicating skills is like Steven Hawkins criticizing Tiger Woods swing.

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    Originally posted by remember
    yeah bush blew it,

    he fumbled and stumbled and grimaced and stuttered,

    he did what he always does,screw up... so what is the news.

    he was finally somewhere where everybody talking to him wasn't screened like they do on his election tour.he forgot what its like not to have everybody kiss his ass.

    which is very typical of the republican hoy-poloy.

    they only like and win things that are rigged.

    so what is up with the "screening" of people at the bush/cheney rallies.they only let in people that profess to like the president.


    at least the democrats have a backbone and can let the republican hecklers into their rallies.

    the republicans are the "girlie men" of politics.





    and for historical reference the most aggregious case of debate scandal lately was "debategate";

    in the debates in 1980,between carter and reagan,

    where bill casey had stolen a copy of the 274 page briefing that carter was given to prepare for the debates.

    reagan was an actor,and he acted the part of having all the answers. well, he did have all the answers. so by debate time he knew what facts carter was going to use and was ready with data of his own to refute carter,thus looking knowledgable.and steering off the critisism of "hey this guy is an actor, what does he know?"

    too bad he let that bush in and ruin his reputation.after all most of the scandals of his presidency were related to bush,the elder and co.

    That is absolute rubbish, Kerry won only on style.
    In the mean time he spewed out incorrect facts, incorrect locations, and incorrect figures.
    Any, somewhat intelligent human, should have seen past Kerrys flair and down to his core, which is riddled with inconsistency.
    A debate does not a president make. Bush is still the better man for the job in the times we live.

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    You shrubites with rose colored glasses are pathetic. Just watch Bush's Papa in his debates. Like father like son. Bush got what he wanted-a lifetime pension- and he's ready to give it up. He is not really that supid, why work eight when four will do the trick.

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    Originally posted by acmanko
    You shrubites with rose colored glasses are pathetic. Just watch Bush's Papa in his debates. Like father like son. Bush got what he wanted-a lifetime pension- and he's ready to give it up. He is not really that supid, why work eight when four will do the trick.
    The subject is "Did Kerry break debate rules?"

    What part of that can't you understand, Numb Nuts?

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    No, he didn't, Bush lost and so has your thread. I love it.

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    In what way did he lose? I doubt you were even sober enough to draw a conclusion with out watching Dan Rather the next day.

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    Maybe you can understand this way. COMPLETELY

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    Lookin at Bush..I'm thinking it's a good thing his parents had big bucks cuz if he were born into a blue collar family,
    he looks just like the guy at the elementary school, wearin khaki and pushin the broom down the hallway.
    How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?

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    Originally posted by ozone drone
    Lookin at Bush..I'm thinking it's a good thing his parents had big bucks cuz if he were born into a blue collar family,
    he looks just like the guy at the elementary school, wearin khaki and pushin the broom down the hallway.
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    I'd rather have "the guy at the elementary school, wearin' khaki and pushin' the broom down the hallway" than a self-serving, womanizing, sugar momma seeking, traitorous, unbalanced, wishy-washy, undecided, rich-because-of-someone-else, sniveling skank from MA.
    No reserve. No retreat. No regrets.

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    That was kinda funny considering the day before the debate John Kerry was orange.

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    Originally posted by bootlen
    Originally posted by ozone drone
    Lookin at Bush..I'm thinking it's a good thing his parents had big bucks cuz if he were born into a blue collar family,
    he looks just like the guy at the elementary school, wearin khaki and pushin the broom down the hallway.
    ================================================== ==========

    I'd rather have "the guy at the elementary school, wearin' khaki and pushin' the broom down the hallway" than a self-serving, womanizing, sugar momma seeking, traitorous, unbalanced, wishy-washy, undecided, rich-because-of-someone-else, sniveling skank from MA.
    change that to conniticut and you described Bush twice.

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    change that to conniticut and you described Bush twice. [Posted by acmanko]

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