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IntravenousDemilo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-10-06 11:10 AM
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27. Why can't you just revoke his party membership?
Edited on Tue Oct-10-06 11:11 AM by IntravenousDemilo
Here in Canada, you don't register to vote in general elections as a party member, but if you want to vote for delegates to go to leadership and other party conventions, you have to buy a membership, usually something like $10 or $20. All one would have to say to Mr Phelps is: "Sorry Mr Phelps, the party has instructed us not to take your twenty bucks because your membership in the Democratic Party has been revoked. You might want to talk to the Republicans, though. They'll take everyone's money, no matter how dirty."
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  -Fred Phelps is a Democrat? WTF? tridim  Oct-09-06 06:18 PM   #0 
  - millions of people belong to each party  Bill McBlueState   Oct-09-06 06:21 PM   #1 
  - as offensive as that waste of human dna is, just ask your mother  niyad   Oct-09-06 06:21 PM   #2 
  - A vet who deal with this piece of crap said  Monkeyman   Oct-09-06 06:21 PM   #3 
  - My Mom threw this article at me.  LA lady   Oct-09-06 06:21 PM   #4 
  - Jesse Helms was a Democrat too  T Roosevelt   Oct-09-06 06:23 PM   #5 
  - and also Strom Thurmond  LynneSin   Oct-09-06 07:04 PM   #16 
     - and Trent Lott  bobbieinok   Oct-09-06 11:51 PM   #21 
  - Just a good old conservative Democrat  LiberalArkie   Oct-09-06 06:25 PM   #6 
  - Fringe and phony Dems  PATRICK   Oct-09-06 06:27 PM   #7 
  - .  Hav   Oct-09-06 06:27 PM   #8 
  - Eeeee-yewwwwww! But, there's also Zell Miller, Joe Lieberman,  Totally Committed   Oct-09-06 06:27 PM   #9 
  - Your mother calls to make rub crap like that in your face?  Der Blaue Engel   Oct-09-06 06:29 PM   #10 
  - Thanks. It was one of about 4 things she wanted to talk about  tridim   Oct-09-06 06:40 PM   #12 
  - Not all Dems are libs and not all Repubs are conservatives....  Finder   Oct-09-06 06:29 PM   #11 
  - So what?  igil   Oct-09-06 06:40 PM   #13 
  - I agree with everything in your post except perhaps the final sentence.  Boojatta   Oct-09-06 07:58 PM   #19 
  - yes he is and EVERY democrat calls him what he is,filth. repugs though  seabeyond   Oct-09-06 06:44 PM   #14 
  - LIEberman said he's a Democrat, too.  mcscajun   Oct-09-06 06:54 PM   #15 
  - Not all Democrats are sane, reasonable, decent people  slackmaster   Oct-09-06 07:28 PM   #17 
  - He's a hateful bigot, and that's all he really is. Whatever  JerseygirlCT   Oct-09-06 07:34 PM   #18 
  - There are crazy people in both parties  KingFlorez   Oct-09-06 08:18 PM   #20 
  - Karl Rove is also a registered Democrat  Toots   Oct-10-06 08:10 AM   #22 
  - He's mainly a registered nutter!  LeftishBrit   Oct-10-06 09:20 AM   #23 
  - So is Zell Miller  Jack Rabbit   Oct-10-06 09:57 AM   #24 
  - remind her about David Duke  onenote   Oct-10-06 10:45 AM   #25 
  - His beliefs are far closer to right-wing Republicans' "world views." n/t  Judi Lynn   Oct-10-06 10:53 AM   #26 
  - Why can't you just revoke his party membership?  IntravenousDemilo   Oct-10-06 11:10 AM   #27 
  - He ran for Gov in 98. He lost the primary of course.  beyurslf   Oct-10-06 11:16 AM   #28 
 

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