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Discussion in 'Activism' started by crashresidue, Jan 19, 2008.

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  1. crashresidue

    crashresidue Member

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  2. Randy in Arizona

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    After I clicked to submit for results Hitlery's picture flashed onscreen for a fraction of a second. :what::what::what:

    I was wondering if Honorable Sepaku would atone for my disgrace.
    When the electronic clockwork stopped McCain was pictured as my best choice - almost as bad, but at least not the Hillarybeast. :banghead:

    Oh well I didn't expect much better.:(
     
  3. BryanP

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    So how many of these do the moderators have to lock before people take the hint?
     
  4. 98C5

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    Ron Paul

    And IBTL
     
  5. xjchief

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    Guess I already did my homework, Fred is my choice and it says Fred based on my answers.
     
  6. ilbob

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    I think as long as the posts are not obnoxious or blatently political the mods won't care as much.

    I am amazed at how the wording of the questions can make such a big difference in the results, and in how I answered them. Thats certainly a lesson in practical activism if nothing else.

    If anyone cares, it selected McCain for me.
     
  7. ApexinM3

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    Duncan Hunter & Fred Thompson came up as a tie based on my beliefs/opinions, so I'll stick with Fred.

    Thompson/Bolton in '08!!
     
  8. graybeard321

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    Duncan Hunter and Fred Thompson 56/55. I too will stick with Fred.
     
  9. JBusch

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    McCain?

    While I may agree with John McCain on a number of issues, I'm still pissed off at his collaboration with Russ Feingold for the "Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act" (Incumbent Protection Act), passed into law after his loss of the GOP presidential nomination in 2000.

    I refuse to support a man who supports legislation that infringes upon my first amendment rights.
     
  10. Blackbeard

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    I ended up with a tie between Thompson and McCain. McCain has several strikes against him in my book (McCain Feingold, Immigration, and his traitorous support of the judicial filibuster), so I guess Fred's my man.
     
  11. ArfinGreebly

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    Closing Time

    Time, gentlemen, please!

    (Those of you who've never been to England can scratch your heads.)

    Can we just not resist stirring the bloody pot?

    And it's not like just one guy who keeps chucking these nuggets into the mix. I imagine that some moderator some day is going to find himself frustrated with this lack of restraint to the point that he starts looking around for his ban stick.

    Knock it off, or I'm gonna revive my Halt, Who Goes There? thread.
     
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