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penchief
11-01-2004, 07:43 PM
My follow up to "Say hello to President Kerry."

Ever since the debates my pessimism has been waning. My hope has been growing because it seems like the debates have caused more people to recognize the illusion that is the "Bush Presidency," including many moderate republicans that I know.

Seriously, when I saw Rove and the whole gang of Bush aides resorting to mockery today by stepping out in duck hunting gear, I thought to myself, "My God, they are juvenile. Even the average American can see how petty they are and how desperate they are behaving."

I think they have seen the writing on the wall. My only concern is Ohio. Listening to Rove tonight gave me the impression they will be "digging in" the same way they "dug in" in FLA last time. I'm convinced they have decided that Ohio will decide this election. That has me worried because it seems like they always get things to go their way in the end.

Other than that, the swelling of support nationwide seems to be for change. I'm feeling that maybe all the slogans, photo-ops, character attacks, Diebold voting machines, and the unAmerican tactic of voter suppression won't be enough to save the "lip-service" presidency of George W. Bush.

I hope my sense is correct because our country deserves better.

memyselfI
11-01-2004, 07:46 PM
Well while I don't share your cocky enthusiasm or certainty I was more than alittle reassured at how much trouble DUHbya was in today after listening to Rush Limbaugh spend MUCH of his radio show talking about the polls and internals and trends and very little about what DUHbya had done that would actually spell a victory....

I think if I had any doubts at how close the race is they were eliminated today...

RINGLEADER
11-01-2004, 07:54 PM
We'll see tomorrow! Should be fun!

Bearcat2005
11-01-2004, 09:23 PM
Well while I don't share your cocky enthusiasm or certainty I was more than alittle reassured at how much trouble DUHbya was in today after listening to Rush Limbaugh spend MUCH of his radio show talking about the polls and internals and trends and very little about what DUHbya had done that would actually spell a victory....

I think if I had any doubts at how close the race is they were eliminated today...
Yeah lets base Bush's chances on a broadcast of Rush! I am thankful I don't share your logic! :rolleyes:

COCKRINGLEADER
11-01-2004, 09:26 PM
Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow...

Inspector
11-01-2004, 09:38 PM
Cinnamon toast....

mmmmm...

memyselfI
11-02-2004, 05:51 AM
Yeah lets base Bush's chances on a broadcast of Rush! I am thankful I don't share your logic! :rolleyes:

Not Bush's chances...

the CONS PERCEPTIONS OF BUSH'S chances.

I've listened to that cocky MF for 15 years and three elections. I know what he says and what he sells when he's confident and what he's saying and selling when he's not...

I did NOT hear confidence yesterday. I heard hope and major cajoling but no confidence.

Baby Lee
11-02-2004, 05:55 AM
Nothing like going to bed the night before Christmas, having NO IDEA whether Santa is putting a douche bag or a shit sandwich under your tree.

stumppy
11-02-2004, 06:00 AM
Nothing like going to bed the night before Christmas, having NO IDEA whether Santa is putting a douche bag or a shit sandwich under your tree.

You must have lived in my neighborhood as a kid.ROFL

Bob Dole
11-02-2004, 06:36 AM
It's all going to be over tonight and gas will be $.99 a gallon tomorrow morning, there will be peace in the Middle East and we'll have government subsidized condiments for every American family!

Praise be to Eli!

Baby Lee
11-02-2004, 06:37 AM
It's all going to be over tonight and gas will be $.99 a gallon tomorrow morning, there will be peace in the Middle East and we'll have government subsidized condiments for every American family!

Praise be to Eli!
a bottle of 57 sauce on every family's table!!!!!

:Lin: