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To: Brumar89 who wrote (150737)11/3/2004 1:22:54 AM
From: Proud Deplorable
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in name only? interesting point you raise. How many pure isms are really out there these days?

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To: jlallen who wrote (150756)11/3/2004 1:45:04 AM
From: Keith Feral
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OHIO, Iowa, and New Mexico should all go with Bush. I can not believe how much the polls misled people to think that Kerry could pass himself off as a leader to the Midwest and Southeast. This race only looks close at the end. This election was over at about 9 pm if they would have made the appropriate forecasts. That doesn't sell broadcasting time, so I will give them a break. Guess I might turn on the tube to listen to Bush's acceptance speech. Then again...<g>

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To: FaultLine who wrote (150289)11/3/2004 3:41:47 AM
From: LindyBill
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Hi, FL. I guess Kerry didn't take the Indians to lunch! :>)

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From: cnyndwllr11/3/2004 4:08:47 AM
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Let me be one of the first to congratulate those of you who were supporting the Bush ticket. Many of us are disappointed although not surprised. It was a tough election fought very well by the Bush/Cheney election team and clearly won in the hearts and minds of a slim majority of Americans.

I doubt that this Bush win will change any minds among those of us who strongly oppose the ideology and/or the policies of the Bush Administration. I imagine that the battle lines will remain locked and that we are in for another four turbulent years. I hope the chickens that Bush hatched don't come home to roost but I'm not hopeful.

I do believe that the true conservatives who think with their minds and not their "guts," will join with moderates to rein in faith-based, neocon, magical thinkers.

Let the struggle continue.

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To: cnyndwllr who wrote (150760)11/3/2004 4:29:33 AM
From: redfish
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Look at the bright side, only four more years until the next election.

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To: Sun Tzu who wrote (150691)11/3/2004 4:46:04 AM
From: Neocon
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I see. Darned cheeky fellows, we.....<g>........

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To: Neocon who wrote (150688)11/3/2004 4:48:24 AM
From: Neocon
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He had it for Kerry at 5pm EST. Big burn for Zogby.........well, looking good, as of now.......

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To: Win Smith who wrote (150698)11/3/2004 4:52:17 AM
From: Neocon
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I would think it doesn't matter, but I guess I understand your sensitivity. We are all wound a little tight, until we see how things come out. Peace.

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To: cnyndwllr who wrote (150760)11/3/2004 7:11:50 AM
From: jlallen
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Very gracious post indeed......

Kerry certainly made it interestng....

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To: Neocon who wrote (150763)11/3/2004 7:12:57 AM
From: jlallen
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Although things are still up in the air.....it does not have that feeling of chaos and anarchy that was evident last time around....

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