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To: cnyndwllr who wrote (150760)11/3/2004 4:29:33 AM
From: redfish  Respond to of 281500
Look at the bright side, only four more years until the next election.

To: cnyndwllr who wrote (150760)11/3/2004 7:11:50 AM
From: jlallen  Respond to of 281500
Very gracious post indeed......

Kerry certainly made it interestng....

To: cnyndwllr who wrote (150760)11/3/2004 10:23:56 AM
From: Neocon  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 281500
Not to pick at your congratulatory speech too much, but you still do not understand the term "neocon". Neocons are not, generally, faith based. They are usually academics or policy wonks, and generally either secular or religious liberals (Reform or Conservative Jews, rather than Orthodox, for example). There was a time when some of the emerging elements of the Republican Party, such as Evangelicals, were called New Conservatives, but that was never a term equivalent to neoconservative. Prominent neoconservatives are Jeane Kirkpatrick, Charles Krauthammer, William Bennet, and David Horowitz (who, unfortunately, retains bad rhetorical habits from his time in the New Left).

To: cnyndwllr who wrote (150760)11/3/2004 10:31:31 AM
From: Gordon A. Langston  Respond to of 281500
I hope the chickens that Bush hatched don't come home to roost but I'm not hopeful.

Well, I guess where there's hope there's not hope.;)