How Many Others Wonder?


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matrem
October 30, 2008, 09:55 PM
Why do "we" get split up a month before,what IMO is the biggest "vote issue" in most / all of our lives??
Untill now,I've not posted here since I got an e-mail from the "original owner",and I'm wondering WHY this happened now?
Is "our" timing really that bad????

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hso
October 30, 2008, 09:58 PM
Yes, the timing really was that bad.

Lone_Gunman
October 30, 2008, 11:07 PM
I dont understand what this thread is about.

Bartkowski
October 30, 2008, 11:15 PM
Are you asking if I wonder why this forum has had problems with ownership right before the presidential election? If so, then no I don't. What do they have to do with one another?

James T Thomas
October 30, 2008, 11:21 PM
My understanding of it is that because only one third of our elligible voters cast a vote; complacency. Then the political scientist advisors to the candidates manipulate the issues and confound the voters so that the election is skewed in their candidates favor.

You can read here all the time about "Support our troops" and see flags waving most every where, and ribbon stickers on the bumpers of the car in front of you, but the reality is that far too many of the "Sunshine Patriots" that express such patriotism and gratitude for the sacrifice that has been made in blood, will not even bother to get up from their lazy boy to miss the half time show and press a button to vote!

So with all the silly and decieved voters there are, and with the socialist union vote -the US be damned, and people voting for a person just for their race, no matter what it is, the margin for election and not being elected has become so precarious that our Republic is now in jeopardy.

To keep on THR, I submit that far too many believe that with the recent US Supreme Court decision concerning the Second Amendment, that all we need do now is enjoy our guns. Who was it who said that eternal vigilance is required to maintain our freedoms? Boy, were they right.

ArfinGreebly
October 30, 2008, 11:45 PM
The two events are not connected in any causal way.

The timing does, however, create a sort of vaccuum, much in the way a Venturi tube does.

I think, with a little effort, I could have come up with some choreography that was even messier, but no one wants to pay me for scenarios like that.

So, yes, your assessment is correct.

The timing is, indeed, bad.

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