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Rambis Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-15-08 03:18 PM
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29. Watched Nixon resign
I still have the chair affectionately known as "The Nixon chair" watching * and now McSame reinforces what I have always known... Pugs are crooks and liars that built their party of hate and racism by stepping up on the backs of the middle class and the working poor. They sicken me more than I can say. Keep fighting!
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  -Sharing Time! Tell me what got you interested in politics! :) msallied  Oct-15-08 03:00 PM   #0 
  - First time I saw JFK when I was 10  graywarrior   Oct-15-08 03:03 PM   #1 
  - I'm a lot older than you, but my dad was a political science professor, and he was a huge  codjh9   Oct-15-08 03:03 PM   #2 
  - That's very interesting!  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:07 PM   #7 
  - Iran Contra. I watched most of the hearings.  Skink   Oct-15-08 03:04 PM   #3 
  - The theft of the 2000 election  jazzy062   Oct-15-08 03:06 PM   #4 
  - I think that was the start of my severely jaded period.  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:08 PM   #9 
  - Yes, that got it started for me too, but  VWolf   Oct-15-08 03:12 PM   #19 
  - Barack Obama.  Whalestoe   Oct-15-08 03:07 PM   #5 
  - That's wonderful. You are lucky that your first vote will be for our best nominee in decades.  Oregonian   Oct-15-08 03:19 PM   #30 
  - I was a child of the 70's...  CatBO   Oct-15-08 03:07 PM   #6 
  - Obama is the first politician I've given more than twenty bucks to.  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:10 PM   #12 
  - My (conservative) dad, quizzing me on who the members of Reagan's cabinet were during car trips  RadicalTexan   Oct-15-08 03:07 PM   #8 
  - I've been doing some similar things with my kids. :)  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:11 PM   #14 
  - In my family  leftynyc   Oct-15-08 03:42 PM   #48 
  - I was born and raised in Ann Arbor Michigan. Didn't know what a Republican  Moody   Oct-15-08 03:09 PM   #10 
  - hehehe... isn't it always. :) Welcome to DU!  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:12 PM   #16 
  - having a kid, that got me interested real quick.  chimpsrsmarter   Oct-15-08 03:10 PM   #11 
  - I would have to agree there. Having kids definitely amped things up for me.  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:12 PM   #18 
  - 2000 Presidential Election... couldn't believe what happened.  berni_mccoy   Oct-15-08 03:11 PM   #13 
  - short version:  MPK   Oct-15-08 03:11 PM   #15 
  - LOL! I love that answer for its wit.  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:14 PM   #22 
  - Hey, it could have been Gary Coleman.  MPK   Oct-15-08 03:17 PM   #25 
  - My father who was the first person who gave me hope.  nannycee   Oct-15-08 03:41 PM   #47 
  - It was the 1952 presidential election.  Buck Laser   Oct-15-08 03:12 PM   #17 
  - Wow!  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:16 PM   #23 
  - The 1968 Elections, working for RFK in OryGun and California, trying to stop VN war & racism. ~nt~  Impeachment_Monkey   Oct-15-08 03:13 PM   #20 
  - Howard Dean telling me to take back my country  RubyDuby in GA   Oct-15-08 03:14 PM   #21 
  - I didn't appreciate Howard Dean nearly enough, I think...  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:19 PM   #31 
     - I'm kind of glad he didn't win the presidency and instead became our Chair  RubyDuby in GA   Oct-15-08 03:26 PM   #38 
  - Reagan. I was thoroughly disgusted by him from the start. I was 14  Oregonian   Oct-15-08 03:16 PM   #24 
  - My mom also despises Sarah Palin.  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:21 PM   #34 
  - My High School teachers back in 1995.  vaberella   Oct-15-08 03:18 PM   #26 
  - I feel very much in debt to my teachers as well. Both in high school and college.  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:23 PM   #36 
  - I was a child during the 60s and that entire decade was political -  alsame   Oct-15-08 03:18 PM   #27 
  - I was moderately interested from about age 12  demokatgurrl   Oct-15-08 03:18 PM   #28 
  - Watched Nixon resign  Rambis   Oct-15-08 03:18 PM   #29 
  - I remember staying up late  KCdemocrat   Oct-15-08 03:20 PM   #32 
  - My strong sense of right and wrong  dbmk   Oct-15-08 03:20 PM   #33 
  - hahaha... I can very much relate to that same unbridled enthusiasm.  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:25 PM   #37 
  - Lyndon Johnson visited my native country, Honduras, in the mid-60's  Roberto1223   Oct-15-08 03:22 PM   #35 
  - I was lucky.  Lugnut   Oct-15-08 03:28 PM   #39 
  - Nixon's impeachment hearings.  LiberalAndProud   Oct-15-08 03:32 PM   #40 
  - If we can thank Bush for anything, it's energizing our own party! :)  msallied   Oct-15-08 03:35 PM   #42 
     - That would be the silver lining in a very dark cloud.  LiberalAndProud   Oct-15-08 03:56 PM   #50 
  - My Parents discussed politics all the time.  political_Dem   Oct-15-08 03:34 PM   #41 
  - I grew up outside DC. Washington is a factory town.  OmahaBlueDog   Oct-15-08 03:36 PM   #43 
  - When I was young, I went to a Dubuque, Iowa rally for Kerry in '04  occe   Oct-15-08 03:39 PM   #44 
  - I hate politics. I don't trust politicians. I want this election to be over.  iiibbb   Oct-15-08 03:39 PM   #45 
  - I come from a long line of activist  leftynyc   Oct-15-08 03:40 PM   #46 
  - JFK, Vietnam, Civil Rights, the usual n/t  sandnsea   Oct-15-08 03:44 PM   #49 
  - I grew up right outside of DC. Politics was all I ever knew. I remember  pdxmom   Oct-15-08 04:03 PM   #51 
  - Nothing. Politics makes me sick. I just want Obama to win,  old mark   Oct-15-08 04:16 PM   #52 
  - The tears my family shed when Bobby was shot.  CADEMOCRAT7   Oct-15-08 04:24 PM   #53 

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