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To: Elsewhere who wrote (150654)11/2/2004 4:34:23 PM
From: Dr. Id  Respond to of 281500
[E]verywhere in the Middle East the terrorists are praying for a Bush loss.

I guess they have a lot in common with most of the rest of the world, as well as over half of the United States.

We're ALL praying for a Bush loss...

Glad to see that I have SOMETHING in common with those terrorists! It's good to find some commonality among other us hope! :)

To: Elsewhere who wrote (150654)11/2/2004 4:48:27 PM
From: carranza2  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 281500
What about Iran?

Sneaky evil dirty bastards endorse Bush, think that US voters will do exactly the opposite, i.e., vote for Kerry, which is what they want all along.

Or somethng like that. vbg

To: Elsewhere who wrote (150654)11/3/2004 9:12:38 AM
From: michael97123  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 281500
I heard Putin quoted today as thanking God that bush won and that the american people didnt cave into terrorism (bin laden tape). More than any other reason that is why i ended up voting for bush. Bin Laden sealed the deal because i really did believe that bin laden would having seen kerrys history over the years would have tested him like Krushchev tested JFK. That almost led on nuclear war during the CMC when JFK proved his metal. I think Kerry would have proved his metal too, however the blow we would have taken might have been severe. With Bush, obl understand the consequences of any attack. Having said all of that, i do not rule out a future attack over the next four years. Mike