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How can you stand for NOTHING??

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Jick42, Jul 6, 2004.

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  1. Jick42

    Jick42 Member

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    I have followed this election for a long time now. I do not wish to get into a political debate as thats not my intentions. But John Kerry is a: I DID, I DIDNT guy. Well ARE YOU or AREN'T YOU, DID YOU or DIDN'T YOU?? I mean how can you have done both and stand for both, or done neither and stand for nothing? See, i am confused already!!!!! Is it just me, or does everyone else want a leader who stands for at least one or the other. The very men we vote to represent us have turned Black & White into Grey. Sure there are a few things that stand out, that they are for or against but for the most part, they don't feel as if they can take a stand on anything.
    I mean honestly, you voted for the war, and then you didn't? You threw your medals, Oh not really, i just threw the ribbons? I believe in keeping jobs in America, but my wifes business has all her factories overseas? Either you DO or you DON'T. Am i the only one this FRUSTRATES? Ok, i'll get off my soapbox now. I just once want to see a politician, like it or not, STAND FOR SOMETHING. Be it good or bad, Stand on it, and believe in it!!! Is that to much to ask???

    Nick:confused: :fire: :banghead: :barf:
     
  2. KCMO

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    See Lyndon B. Johnson, POTUS 1963-1969

    Not only did he change sides, but he was able to absolutely convince you he was on your side. . .whichever side you happen to be on.

    edit: ooops, wrong dates. . .
     
  4. TallPine

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    Kerry reminds me so much of Pat Paulsen, back when he "ran" for president.

    They even look a little bit alike.
     
  5. capt_happypants

    capt_happypants Member In Memoriam

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    John Kerry is the epitome of the post-modern politician.

    His values and principles will switch according the audience, and his "god" is poll numbers.

    Not exactly the kind of leadership I want during a war.
     
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    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    You're asking way too much of a socialist parasite.
     
  7. porciniman

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    "We're upping our standards, so up yours."

    Pat Paulsen for President..1968
     
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