... Hi Lilla, thanks for coming out of the lurker zone. Actually, I saw that saying on a bumper-sticker a few days ago and I thought it held some irony. AfterMessage 1 of 13 , Oct 1, 2004View Source
> Hello, Mike. And do you think that is a good thing or a bad thing?Hi Lilla, thanks for coming out of the lurker zone.
> Love and peace,
> Lilla, a newbie to posting here, but longtime lurker
Actually, I saw that saying on a bumper-sticker a few days ago and I thought
it held some irony.
After watching the debate tonight, I do not think that Bush has the Ring. I
feel now that he is a prettier version of gollum.
Some one ought to give the guy a football, and let him coach a college team.
It amazes me that the American public can allow this dualistic simpleton,
college captain of the debate team, to run the country. A regular old dumb
guy, that uses buzz words Like "freedom," "enemies," "terror" and
"evil-doers," and phrases like "Ideological haters" to pull on the fear
tethers of ignorant souls who need so desperately to have single minded
idiot as a "leader" to cheer for.
When will the dumbed down American public grow out of this addictive need
for a captain of the Home team?
And if it ever did, what would happen to the multi billion dollar football
"...hey, aint these TV commercials Great! Pass me another brew-ha will ya
buddy? and then lets hold hands and sing.."
"Well I'm proud to be an Am-er-I-caaaaan, where at least I know I'm
Good to know at least *one* thing, I guess...
Lets all vote for "Freedom"... who gives a fuck what it means.
... candidates ... endorse ... than happy ... Hey JoAnn, It s funny where I find myself these days: middle of Hollywood and the Republicans. Many of my ladiesMessage 1 of 13 , Oct 1, 2004View SourceJoAnn:
> Dottie, do the women coming into your women's center know thecandidates'
> positions on issues important to women? You don't have to formallyendorse
> anyone, just provide information -- which both sides would be morethan happy
> to provide to you, free of charge!Hey JoAnn,
It's funny where I find myself these days: middle of Hollywood and
the Republicans. Many of my ladies here are Republican, well the
active ones at least. We do not talk about the issues for they are
the 'old guard'. I adore these women and continue the legacy of not
bringing politics into the office.
My favorite restaurant allowed me to bring in voter forms and now we
are scheduling a Tuesday night appy thing for the debate of the vice
presidents. John Kerry's man just emailed the whole lot and talked
about the same thing you are saying here. I loved John Kerry last
night after the first ten minutes where I was holdiing my breath as
his words made me not very happy. But then he caught his stride and
all was good I thought.
And you are right that despair just can not win the day. Sometimes
its hard to remember that but I am finding it so important.
p.s. thanks for the words.