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TruthIsAll Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-18-05 10:41 PM
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128. I would think that Democrats would be more likely to remember that...
Bush stole it and that it was Gore who won the popular vote. I would think that would be engraved in their minds permanently. They would never forget the 36-day Florida fiasco, the butterfly ballot, the overpunched and underpunched Gore votes, Jeb Bush, the thousands of disenfranchised blacks, the 96,000 Nader votes, Volusia, the Miami-Dade GOP riot stopping the recount, Katherine Harris, the the 65-4 SCOTUS vote for Bush...

Never forget it. Never get over it.

Not only that, but a signifcant fair-minded republicans, true conservatives, would feel the same way. They would be vastly more motivated to kick the thieving bastards out. Especially after 9/11, no WMD, lost jobs, American prestige in the toilet, Abu Ghraib, Plame, AWOL, the Bin Laden/Bush/Saudi connection,

But perhaps I'm just being old-fashioned in believing that when people get kicked in the gut, they are very unlikely to forget who did the kicking.
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