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Dems Prepare For Protests If Bush Wins

Discussion in 'Legal' started by mattf7184, Nov 1, 2004.

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  1. mattf7184

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  2. SAG0282

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    There's nothin' like a target-rich environment.....:D
     
  3. motoman

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    I thought they were always prepared for protest!
     
  4. Daemon688

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    I would love it to go to the house.

    Oh would that make the Dem's cringe.
     
  5. schizrade

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    Man people are f$#%^& crazy. What have we become?
    :( This really upsets me.
     
  6. stv

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    I'll be downtown taking pictures and doing my best to blend in.
     
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    I just sent in a request to join my group to their network.... the "Peace through Supperior Firepower Coalition" :D

    Wonder if they'll actually add it to their list?
     
  8. Headless Thompson Gunner

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    Screw 'em, I say. Let 'em protest.

    When they lose this time, it'll be pretty hard for them not to realize how marginalized their politics have become. They'll need a way to vent the emotion that will invariably accompany their loss. So let 'em protest.

    Besides, if they can't make a difference on election day, they certainly won't make any difference the day after...
     
  9. halvey

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    Let them protest.

    It will just show the whole world what idiots they are. Like the 100 morons protesting Bush's visit here on Saturday. 27,000 people show up to see Bush and he gets 3 minutes of airtime. The 100 protestors get 2 minutes. But they looked BAD. Even my Democrat friends thought so.
     
  10. John Hicks

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    My cop buddy told me about "professional protesters". They protest everything, even democrats -- doesn't matter why. Some people just can't fathom the reality that they really don't matter.

    PCU was a great movie, especially when Jeremy Pivin labeled the protesters as "causeheads", they pick a cause and protest vehemently "for about a week". :)

    jh
     
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    My guess is they're people with low self-esteem trying desperately to believe they matter.
     
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    Protesters in flip-flops.
     
  13. Brian Dale

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    It's one of my favorites, too. :D It's just too perfect a representation of some folks I used to know in Boulder, and Minneapolis, and SF.
     
  14. Standing Wolf

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    Same old sore losers.
    Same old snivelling and whining.

    Ho, hum.
     
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    "Marginalized"?

    It is currently 07:00 hours Zulu time, and my computer is reporting that the popular vote is at 48% for Kerry. We're all sitting around on pins and needles waiting for the Ohio results to come in, and you think the Dems are "marginalized"? You must use a different dictionary than I do, because to me half the popular vote does not translate into "marginalized."
     
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    I only pulled a "C" in math but i seem to reacall that 48% is slightly less than half...
     
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    Predicting....

    I am predicting what I sure ain't hoping for and that's a nationwide night of city trashing beginning about one minute after it is decided that Bush is the winner, if, in fact, he is.

    When your city's team loses the game, you trash the city. If fact, winning is a reason for trashing too. So I'm holding my breath for a day or two.

    It does look as if George Soros needed to spent about $ 0.79 more to buy the Whitehouse than he did spend.

    I wish I owned a monastery. Soros said he was going to go into one if Bush won. I could invite him to mine. Maybe he'd bring a few bucks along and donate to my retirement fund.

    Ah, well.

    Hope I don't choke on my broad smile as I shut down and go back to sleep.

    rr
     
  18. Ryan in the House

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    We should let them wait for the rest of the ballots. We should let them recount. We should let them do whatever they want.

    Why?

    Because it will be THAT much sweeter when they find out Bush won anyway!

    More gloating privelages for us. :)
     
  19. StephenT

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    What the hell happened to Bush's 5% lead in New Mexico. He was way ahead, then suddenly he's only about 11,000 votes ahead of Kerry.
     
  20. Tharg

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    Ever watch survivor?

    i mean - think of it... only 13 people to vote....

    hardly a place were election fraud can happen....

    the first 6 names are one person...

    the next 7 are someone else....

    randomly its not likely to happen - but it CAN happen... I still hold out hope for california... was at 70% reporting on one of the websites i was looking at.... thats a lot of votes... 30%..... <rofl - i know - so silly>

    hehehehe

    J/Tharg!
     
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