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We are screwed!
Entered on: September 18, 2004 2:22 AM by The Bone
I've come to the conclusion that whatever the outcome of the Presidential election we are fucked. George Bush is a threat to the country and he needs to go. However, I've decided that Kerry is worth about as much as one wheeled rollerskate. Choosing Kerry over Bush is tantamount to chose death by rattesnake bite over death by anal impalement. I'm still voting for death by rattlesnake come November but I'm not looking forward to it. With Mike Tyson's loss, 2004 is going down in history as a disaster,

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From: John Entered on: September 18, 2004 4:56 PM
I agree, Bone. We are screwed but I'll also be chosing death by rattlesnake as well.
From: Swerb Entered on: September 18, 2004 10:42 PM
Bone, why did you deduce Kerry is worthless? I agree with you, but I'm just curious as to your reasoning.  
Personally, I think he's Just Another Blowhard Politician, a millionaire who married a billionaire and is out of touch with reality. He doesn't really answer any questions because he's too afraid to alienate anyone while he's campaigning. It's like voting for a question mark over voting for the born-again Christian asshole who thinks he's doing God's will. Actually, given the choice between Bush and a sea cucumber, I'd vote for the sea cucumber, hands down.  
Kerry's emphasis on his military record has come to bite him on the ass (who cares about Vietnam, why not discuss policies and issues?), and it's disconcerting to see him falling behind in the polls now. He's still the lesser of two evils, but what else is new? That's the way I've always felt about every election since I've had the right to vote.
From: The Bone Entered on: September 19, 2004 1:54 AM
Well I was never really impressed with Kerry to begin with but I agree with you that it is imperitive to get Bush out. Kerry rubs me as the type of guy that will tell you what you want to hear with no action to support it. He flip flops on the issues as they shift in popularity. He sounds like a stereotypical politician. I don't really care too much about the vietnam war but I get the impression he spoke against it because it was popular to be against it at the time. I would have spoken out against it at the time as well but I think the way he did it cheapened the sarfice that U.S. soldiers made at the time. Last but not least, he has a suspect hairdo.  
So far I like Edwards though. I'd elect Edwards as president before Kerry. Unfortunately Kerry's all we got. He seams to be slipping in the polls. Can you imagine what fucknutz Bush wll do if he wins another term and doesn't have to worry about losing a re-election? I shudder. It also seems that much of his own cabinet will be jumping ship for various reasons at the end of this term if he is re-elected.
From: Ross Entered on: September 19, 2004 8:37 AM
I am also terrified by the prospect of a Bush victory. I actually sometimes lie awake at night worrying about it. I'm most scared of him appointing more crazy judges, especially to the supreme court. He already has a very dubious history of sliding in some real wackjobs under the radar and the supreme court is too important to be populated by any more conservative crazies.  
It's really saddening to go into the country (where I am now, with Heather's family) and see all the Bush-Cheney signs along the road. All the people out here are die-hard Bush supporters, and I would never dream of mixing it up with them, but it's an amazing study in humanity to listen to people who think that YOU'RE the dumb one for not wanting another four years of Busholery.  
As for Kerry, yes... the more I see of him, the less I like him. Recently, however, Science magazine asked the two candidates some questions about science, and Kerry came off slightly better than Bush (how could you not?) but still far short of the mark. I'll try to find some links to it with some great commentary as I found it all to be quite interesting.
From: The Bone Entered on: September 19, 2004 7:01 PM
Back to how much Bush is fucking up. Even his fellow Republicans think our policy in Iraq has become a large scale fornication of the process.
Furthermore, I can't farking believe this shit is going on in Iraq! Oh wait, Bush is in charge, I guess I can believe it.
From: Ross Entered on: September 20, 2004 8:47 AM
That second article is plain disgusting (but very good). I've always hated missionaries just for this reason. Self-righteous good-for-nothing sons of bitches. Turns my stomach to read the quotes of those pricks.  
I particularly like the author's point to rebut those retards:  
"The problem, of course, is that the Islamic fundamentalists have more or less the same attitude: Not all religions are created equal. And unlike the Baptists, they tend to take their "war for souls" rhetoric literally."
From: Ross Entered on: September 27, 2004 2:12 PM
Here is a good site I just found:  
Good cartoons and quotes.
From: Swerb Entered on: October 27, 2004 7:33 AM
A co-worker came across this quote from Bill Maher, which I found amusing:  
"New Rule: God is a waffler. This week, we learned that God told Pat Robertson that Iraq would be a bloody disaster. But the same God told George Bush it wouldn't. Which so surprised Robertson, he almost dropped the pennies he was stealing off a dead woman's eyes. But why is God talking out of two sides of His mouth? Flip-flop, flip-flop! God... wrong on defense. Wrong for America."

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