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opihimoimoi Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-15-04 04:10 PM
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How to Unite, Avoid Fragmentation(The Divided Look)
By Reasoning.............................

Accentuate the Common Grounds, not look for flaws. Together we all can WIN.

The Poz and Neg Forces must MELD into a Larger FORCE for Productive OutPut. Why get into CounterProductive efforts? Go for the Melding of Good and Neg Forces in such a way it works. The Larger Force awaits those that strive for it.

Kerry is the best route towards the Larger Force. He is a NO BRAINER. Kerry uses his brain very wisely. Bush distracts by looking for Flaws, him being a Flawed Force. Very Instinctive, trusts "feelings" rather Facts garnering Poor Odds in decision making.

Kerry can our best Hope and Promise towards a Richer Nation/Nations.

Its time to let Sanity into the White House for a change. The Bush guys had their opportunity. Look at the damage/cost of his administration/policies. Made our debt Larger, our deficits Larger, lost more than a few GOOD MEN(SOLDIERS) for a reason questionable.

Come, we help Kerry. He is a way better Promise than continuing with a Losin Coach with Poor Odds as a record.
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wyldwolf Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-15-04 04:29 PM
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1. of course
I'm more than willing to lay aside any differences I have with others on the left for the most important battle - defeating Bush.

There are, however, those who will disagree.
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opihimoimoi Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-15-04 04:45 PM
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2. So Sad but true, too many disagree to leave their positions.
Unable to shove subjectiveness aside for a breath of Objectivity, the fragerance of the flower people too many years ago. Dancing in the tulips?
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