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  1. #1
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    This is a long post, so I'm just showing the link.


    http://www.truthout.org/docs_04/101704A.shtml

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    Why is it that all these type of articles are by people who are about a half bubble off plumb?

    "Libertarian republican"? Oh, okay. Like I'd believe a Nader kind of guy.
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    I read about the first half of it - Bartlett brings up some good points.

    I'm FAR from supportive of all of Bush's policies, HOWEVER Kerry's belief system (assuming he has one) from what I can tell is 180 degrees opposed to mine.

    The bush policies I disagree with are like 90 degrees out of whack.

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    bush is delusional.
    and as president ,he is the worlds most dangerous man.

    to think that the leader of the free world is a religous fundementalist wacko, that has visions of god.

    it was more likely just his father talking in his ear,telling him what to do.



    and bootlick, libertarians are not like nader.(except that they are a "third party").and that as true conservatives(as opposed to naders true liberals)they all realize bush is a flop. and his policies are for the elites and his instinct is only good enough for him to get the job;not to do it well.


    four more years of what? screw-ups?decisively poor leadership?deeper debts,deficits,and job/wage losses.

    hoorah.thats the republican vision.

    [Edited by remember on 10-24-2004 at 06:09 PM]

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    God does speak to his own

    Originally posted by remember
    bush is delusional.
    and as president ,he is the worlds most dangerous man.

    to think that the leader of the free world is a religous fundementalist wacko, that has visions of god.


    [Edited by remember on 10-24-2004 at 06:09 PM]
    remember, are you a Child of God?

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    Originally posted by remember
    bush is delusional.
    and as president ,he is the worlds most dangerous man.

    to think that the leader of the free world is a religous fundementalist wacko, that has visions of god.

    it was more likely just his father talking in his ear,telling him what to do.



    and bootlick, libertarians are not like nader.(except that they are a "third party").and that as true conservatives(as opposed to naders true liberals)they all realize bush is a flop. and his policies are for the elites and his instinct is only good enough for him to get the job;not to do it well.


    four more years of what? screw-ups?decisively poor leadership?deeper debts,deficits,and job/wage losses.

    hoorah.thats the republican vision.

    [Edited by remember on 10-24-2004 at 06:09 PM]
    you're a nut case. go check yourself in a good psych ward.

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    A good psych ward won't take him...or it.

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