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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-23-05 03:48 AM
Response to Reply #61
64. "A dream uninterpreted is like a letter unopened."
I think your dream makes a lot of sense (and it's always a pleasure to see you show up and make sense!).

It represents a necessary function, wish fulfillment. After Katrina, still resonating, people are ready for just about anything as you say.

Bush hits 35% consensus approval and 60% disapproval. How long can people tolerate the fact that this idiot is leading the country and they elected him. People need an excuse, a way to escape their guilt...here it is...the election fraud story. Let it roll down the runway and take off on a national tour.

There will be multiple discoveries of the "varieties of fraudulent experience" in election domains. Someone who talks will actually get covered. The press will actually investigate (I mean crib off of citizen activists, which is A OK!).

Let the expiation begin!

This scenario has the convenient quality of also being true, the merger of wish and reality.

If wishes were horses, we'd all take a ride. In this case it will soon be time to hop on.

Nice seeing you.
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