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Re: gore

You tell 'em, Chick!!! Right on, my liberal friend. :)


Chick wrote:

> Bob wrote:
> > I had to laugh when I read you were concerned about it being friendly on
> > the list. You have mentioned a time or two how you like to stir things
> > up.
> Touché.  It's just that people seem to take this crap so seriously.  But you're
> right, a little discord just helps to get the juices flowing.
> And in that vein, I'll add my two cents, especially since it's non partisan.  I
> can't understand how anyone could be undecided in this election.  Even if you
> dislike Dubya, how could you vote for Gore if you are pro-life, pro-tax cut, and
> whatever else it is that Republicans are for?  And if you are for women's right to
> choose, and other "liberal" causes, how could you even think of letting Dubya
> choose the next few Court Justices, even if you think Al is a moron.  Just doesn't
> make sense to me.
> Here's what's going to happen when they put me in charge.  Congressional elections
> will be held in September, so that we'll all know who gets control of the House
> and Senate before we vote for President.  That way we can vote for the party that
> lost control of Congress and make sure that the President can stop the Congress,
> whether Democrat or Republican,  from screwing anything else up.
> Have you noticed how the Republicans have kept Dick Armey, Trent Lott, Tom DeLay,
> Phil Graham, Bob Barr, and the Newtster out of sight for this election?  Seems
> like for the past eight years they've been right out there in plain view and now
> they want everyone to forget they're still there, just waiting for a Republican
> President.  (That part might not be totally non partisan.)  By the way, the
> President does not have the Constitutional authority to ban the internal
> combustion engine.  Not yet anyway.
> Chick
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