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Date Posted: 00:07:50 11/04/04 Thu
Author: Ule Brunner
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Subject: what he leads
In reply to: perezoso 's message, "4 more years of Chimpy McFlightsuit??? ugghhhhh" on 11:48:24 11/03/04 Wed

What he leads is the United States, and that's it. The "phree world" will begin the process of quietly disassociating itself from whatever mad dreams Bush co has planned for the four year trip to glory.

The saddest, funniest, most fucked up thing I have read about Bush's campaign is the claim that he won the election because he made a brave stand for the morals and values common to Americans. I guess that means that the systematic killing of 100,000 Iraqi civilians isn't something the electorate gives a fuck about.

Incidentally, firsty, in his 'time to burn the churches' thread (rejected by Litkicks but posted on studioeight), was right on the money with his incredulous indignation, and palpable anger, at the election outcome.

>leader of the phree world or escaped mental patient?
>some good news from Kontifornia:
>The Oakland Cannabis Initiative, Measure Z, is heading
>towards a convincing victory, attracting 64.1% of the
>vote with 72% of the precincts reported. The
>initiative (www.yesonz.org) calls on the city to make
>adult private marijuana offenses lowest priority
>and to move towards a system of legally taxed and
>distribution as soon as possible. Oakland is thought
>to be the first political entity ever to endorse a
>"tax and regulate" system by voter initiative.
>Organizers view the Oakland initiative as the first
>step in a broader campaign to change state and
>ultimately federal laws.
>Latest returns may be found at
>State-wide Kali Kannabis Initiative next??

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