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nomatrix Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Feb-26-04 08:47 PM
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107. Are you having a bad day?
What's with this poll, Will. I thought you were behind Kerry, at least at one time. I don't look forward to anyone losing from the Dem. side.

No matter who the candidate is from this side, Diebold will make the selection. Why else would Bush be making really bad decisions that piss off everyone in an election year?
No one can convince me otherwise, that he knows this will be delivered, again. Placing Judges, changing the constitution, ground zero Rep. Party, not extending unemployment, robbing social security, illegal immigration, outsourcing, on and on.
No, this is not a man who has the least consideration for gathering votes.

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