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JohnKleeb Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-27-03 07:03 AM
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23. Keep in mind Q no one said a Catholic could be president either
but they were wrong :D way wrong. I like Sharpton and Mosley-Braun although they arent my personal favorite black politicans, like for me that would be John Lewis, John Conyers, Charley Rangel, Barbara Lee. Now let me get you a quote should help you out.

"Some men see things as they are and say, 'Why?' I dream of things that never were and say, 'Why not?'"
Robert F. Kennedy, after George Bernard Shaw
I agree with that and thats why I am a progressive, I wanna know why not. We will have that day soon I think, its sad that this America this beacon of Freedom to so many has had so little diversity in the oval office, one Catholic and the farthest east our guys get in their ancestry is Germany, So like my candiate Kucinich who is from the same region on one side as I am is kinda like how Jack Kennedy was to the Irish Catholics 43 years ago, its not why I support him but damnit it feels good to share that but the issues, and the man's hopes are why, but do I like that hes descended from the Balkans, yes. Its sad really Q.
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