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#21 Cossack


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Posted 10 January 2008 - 12:27 PM

One thing I don't like about the fact that Bush cannot run again is that fact that he cannot lose. I wanted so badly to see the look on the bastard's face as he gets destroyed in an election.

And regarding Huckabee...I hope he wins the nomination because he has no chance of winning the presidency. He will be completely incapaable of swaying any moderate voters. Then again, I dont think Hillary Clinton will be very good at swaying anybody that typically votes republican....she seems to be thought of very negatively (to the point of hatred) by anyone on the right.

I visited Florida, Gerogia and some other southern states this year and I noticed in about half the gas station convenience stores, they sell Hillary Clinton Voodoo dolls. I also listened to some conservative talk radio while I was down there (mostly for shits and giggles :unsure:) and everyone's always bitching about Hillary.

I think Barrack Obama, even though is policies on pretty far to the left (by american standards anyways), is much more capabable of having a broader voter base simply because he's a more likeable person.

Edited by Cossack, 10 January 2008 - 12:29 PM.

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Posted 10 January 2008 - 01:48 PM

That is in no way a suitable response to my post. And no, he didn't remember Poland. Poland was simply a stepping stone to defeating the Soviet Union. Much like, say, supporting Taiwan in case we get into a serious Cold War with China.
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No not Reagan I meant Bush.

And that was a joke I couldn't help myself cus I realized as a true American you beat me I have to despise and hate Bush.

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Posted 10 January 2008 - 03:26 PM

I dealt with them both for a reason. Their sins are practically one in the same. Along with Nixon, they make up the worst, most corrupt, and most unmanageable presidencies in the history of the United States. Three Republicans over 20 years have done more damage to American international standing than any terrorist, any Soviet, or any traitor could do in 200 years.
Before, the worst presidents in history were Hoover, Grant, and McKinley, not only because they had the worst possible administrations and policies, but because they were infested with crooks and liars. They've been outdone by the Republican presidents of the Cold War and the post-Cold War era. We are living in a period worse and more divisive than Reconstruction; it's time to realize it.

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Posted 10 January 2008 - 08:35 PM

I...I don't even know how to respond to post #20. I think you may actually have summed up nearly every opinion I've ever had about this regime. Wow. Just wow. You truly are a Think Tank Legend. I have nothing left to say in this topic, one man has said it all.

Edited by Darkskul, 10 January 2008 - 08:35 PM.

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