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Date Posted: 13:14:54 11/16/04 Tue
Author: mnaz
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Subject: angry?
In reply to: stilltrucking 's message, "Do I sound like I a angry? I hope not" on 11:04:06 11/16/04 Tue

Nah. I'M the one who has been angry... perhaps a little too often, recently. But people in this country should be angry at the current state of so-called U.S. leadership. It is truly appalling.

....still, though.....gotta "keep on keepin' on", I guess. You're right about that.

>>>Don't blame anyone unless they give you a reason to
>>>blame them.
>>>Other than the hardest-core zealots who've already
>>>been assimilated by the neo-con Borg cube, Bush
>>>supporters cannot even sustain a debate with me on
>>>Iraq invasion. Why? Because Bush's actions are
>>>virtually indefensible using rational and prudent
>>>judgment. Inevitably, these people, in frustration,
>>>resort to UN-bashing or France-bashing instead of
>>>staying on the main issue.
>>>Regarding Bush and Osama.... Some people believe that
>>>they are "in cahoots" regarding this "War on Terror"
>>>thing.............. but I'm not willing to go
>>>One more thing..... I can honestly say that I've
>>>before heard anyone describe how they are feeling as,
>>>"I feel pretty good myself, except for despair." I
>>>like this one a lot. I might even steal it.
>>>>We could always blame the Jews
>>>>The True Believers
>>>>who want a Holy Crusade
>>>>Our esteemed VP is just a good old fashioned crook I
>>>>but our fearless leader is a religious fanatic just
>>>>like Usama, I can't shake the image of him wearing
>>>>that little Jewish beanie and looking so pious.
>>>>preachers I saw on God TV love their Semitic old
>>>>religion with its mighty smighty God, they call on
>>>>that god of Israel like I used too say Shaazam when
>>>>was a kid, in the hope that I would turn into
>>>>Marvel. >
>>>>My point was that we got to look at what is on the
>>>>of our political fork,
>>>>I been seeing a lot of articles about how democrats
>>>>should deal with depression caused by Kerry's loss.
>>>>feel pretty good myself, except for despair. I heard
>>>>the Usama now has the ok by a Saudi cleric to use
>>>>nukes against us.
>>"Bush's actions are virtually indefensible using
>>rational and prudent judgment" like that one a lot, to
>>quote Garison Keilor "you sound like a 14 year old
>>compassion amigo
>>I ain't trying to punch anybodies ticket
>>I don't try to prove nothing to nobody
>>I just want a pickle
>>and a motor cycle
>>good luck
>This does me more good than prudent and rational
>courtesy of firsty onn studio eight
>I am glad you like my comment about despair I truly
>hope that cheered you up, sincerely
>keep on keeping on
>fight the good fight

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