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Politics
President George W. Bush - a lame duck President
An SI Board Since November 2004
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Emcee:  ChinuSFO Type:  Moderated
Nov. 2nd, 2004 was a significant day in the history of the US and of the world. The American people voted to give Mr. Bush a second term.

He is now considered a lameduck President. Being a lameduck, some fear that the neocons and the religious right will have a field day in steering this country towards their divisive and conservative agenda. While others remain hopeful that Bush will strive to bring this country and even the nations of the world together and that the US will move from being an isolated nation to a nation which is respected and revered and not feared.

This thread is that coffee room to discuss issues on such topics.

Yes indeed, this is a moderated thread and name calling, ridicule etc. will not be tolerated.
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128You got banned for that??? LOL, what a crack up.one_less-11/9/2004
127Liberals and progressive are the ONLY hope for the world. If you want to go bacgeode00-11/8/2004
126wstera_02, Don't bother with Chinu. He's just an ignorant hypocrite... GJakeStraw-11/8/2004
125Yep, Nixon won 49 states. Republicans are pure evil. We will win. We always dgeode00-11/8/2004
124Absolutely. The best thing is for Bush to actually believe he has a mandate to tgeode00-11/8/2004
123REACHING ACROSS...one_less-11/8/2004
122Consorting with the enemy?<g>Selectric II-11/8/2004
121<i>We always do.</i> Would you mind very much defining "we&quomph-11/8/2004
120wow... I'm going to re-post this else where.one_less-11/8/2004
119lol ... the irony of it all is astounding.one_less-11/8/2004
118<i>This is not going to be a name calling thread.</i> lol. What doSelectric II-11/8/2004
117To My Fellow Democrats (Hat tip to Oral Roberts) Thursday, November 04, 2004 Sully--11/7/2004
116<b>Do the liberals have a prayer?</b> WIZBANG - Several years agoSully--11/7/2004
115<b>Presidential Second Terms Can Be Painful</b> By TOM RAUM AssociaChinuSFO-11/6/2004
114Your religious fanatics/homophobes theory seems to be falling apart. Poorly worSully--11/6/2004
113<b>Now it is payback time </b> Absolutely. It's a political civgeode00-11/6/2004
112In 1996, when Clinton won re-election, the fascist right declared war. They peeChinuSFO-11/6/2004
111You are completely ignorant. Bush has been pandering to the right-wing racist, geode00-11/6/2004
110<u>Spinning the election: it's all about religion</u>. ANN ALTSully--11/6/2004
109LOL! You got it completely backwards. Libs outspent the Republicans & the dSully--11/6/2004
108John Kerry received the second highest number of votes in history even with RAMPgeode00-11/6/2004
107<i>"You represent a class of people who are fascist. I have not calleSully--11/6/2004
106Now I'm really confused. You now say only some of the people who voted for Sully--11/6/2004
105You represent a class of people who are fascist. I have not called you personalChinuSFO-11/6/2004
104<i>Are you saying that 59.5 million religious "fanatics" voted ChinuSFO-11/6/2004
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