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Old 04-09-2004, 03:40 PM   #1
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Default Bush takes over producing role for EQ2

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Old 04-09-2004, 04:40 PM   #2
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And the "out of left field" award goes to...................
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Old 04-09-2004, 05:00 PM   #3
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I was thinking that would be perfect with Kerry's picture. He's the one that flip flops on his positions.
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Old 04-09-2004, 05:32 PM   #4
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Right, and Bush never repeats himself, committs verbal faux pas, says two opposite things...

Face it, he can't make a speech longer than 15 seconds without messing something up. Proof that you don't need public speaking skills to get anywhere in this world anymore...
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Old 04-10-2004, 08:26 AM   #5
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So AresProphet are you saying if a brillant person had a speach impediment, he wouldn't make a good President?

I'm not saying Bush has a speach impediment. He is not the best when it comes to public speaking, but I like him because he speaks as if he's speaking to the average citizen and not just to the Harverd scholars.
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Old 04-10-2004, 10:13 AM   #6
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"I'm not saying Bush has a speach impediment. He is not the best when it comes to public speaking, but I like him because he speaks as if he's speaking to the average citizen and not just to the Harverd scholars."

Exactly why he's a bad man. He's fucking the average citizen AND the harvard scholars.

Come on...When did we get so stupid that we'd vote a man simply for his speaking skill? oh...wait...that's probably one of the best traits of our presidents.

I don't know about you, but i want my doctor driving an expensive car. I want my Teachers to be well versed...and i want my president to be a harvard scholar who speaks very well to all people. I don't want some bumbling idiot that sits around in his chair in the oval office saying "don't mess with texas!" and such great hits as "Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice....Not gonna fool me again!"

He's a retard. Not only did he steal the election, but he stole the hearts and minds of all conservative tards simply because of their great philosophy of "Our man's in office and we can't let him embarass us so we have to support him 100%"...As Jello Biafra said about Bush Sr...

"65% of america doesn't support George Bush"

I'll add my own part on to that...

"65% of Intelligent, non retarded, non money hungry big business retards american citizens don't support George W. Bush".

We have nothing good to say about this man. Everything he's accomplished in his term, are just quick fixes to mistakes he's caused earlier. Do we truly trust this man for a second term?

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Old 04-10-2004, 04:04 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
Exactly why he's a bad man. He's fucking the average
citizen AND the harvard scholars.
George W. Bush has an MBA from Harvard. In fact both Bush and Kerry belonged
to the same Skull and Bones society. Brrrrrr scary.
What do you have besides a vote thats better?

Better watch out, he's going to get you fired from your paper route.

Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
Come on...When did we get so stupid that we'd vote a
man simply for his speaking skill?
Clinton.

Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
"don't mess with texas!"
Damn strait.



Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
He's a retard. Not only did he steal the election, but he
stole the hearts and minds of all conservative tards simply because of their
great philosophy of "Our man's in office and we can't let him embarass us so
we have to support him 100%"...As Jello Biafra said about Bush Sr...
Priceless


Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
"65% of america doesn't support George Bush"
I do. Make that 64.999999999%


Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
I'll add my own part on to that...

65% of Intelligent, non retarded, non money hungry big business retards
american citizens don't support George W. Bush".
I thought the left cared about retarded people? Your just too insensitive.
You hate rich people? Maybe you should protest the lottery, they create
way way to many millionaires. Better yet, lets tax the winners 99% of their winnings.
That would fix the homeless problem huh?

Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
We have nothing good to say about this man.
We? Who else are you speaking for? Your not one of them elitist leftists that
was born with a silver spoon in your mouth, are you? I thought you hated
(money hungry big business retards). Interesting.

Originally Posted by K1SSK1nG
Everything he's accomplished in his term, are just quick
fixes to mistakes he's caused earlier. Do we truly trust this man for a second
term?
As opposed to who? Kerry? You silly little liberal you.
Nice to know that the entertainment hasn't left the internet.


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Old 04-10-2004, 04:36 PM   #8
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Darmu, while I agree Bush is little more than a boy trying to do a man's job, you're simply fueling flames here.

He's an idiot, plain and simple. Sadly, qualification is no longer a prerequisite for politics, and it hasn't been for a long, long time. Frankly I'd say we haven't had a qualified president since LBJ; Nixon was crooked, Ford was ineffectual, Carter was a bleeding-heart liberal(ok, so I like the bastard, but still... ), Reagan was a drooling imbecile, Bush Sr. was out of touch, Clinton had bad judgement, and Bush Jr. is a retard.

The only qualification required is the ability to get into the position, and as Douglas Adams memorably put it, "anyone capable of getting himself elected to the job should on no account be allowed to do it". Any idiot can be handed a speech, and provided he only messes up a few times nobody will care. Any idiot can be told what his policies are. In short, any idiot can be a puppet.

This is saying nothing about the Bush administration that can't be said about any administration. Much of the actual work is done by the President's cabinet, and he merely approves (or disapproves) of their decisions, simply because the job is far too much for a single man to handle. He's essentially a figurehead for his administration, chosen not only because he represents them, but because he is able to get votes.

It's unfortunate, but this is the eventual outcome of the design of the Executive branch of the government. The founding fathers might have thought one man would be capable of handling the job but they hadn't foreseen just how massive it would become. And it's not necessarily a bad system, even as it's been changed from the original intent, but we should know that we aren't voting for one person, but rather the people behind him; the puppeteer and not the puppet.
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Old 04-10-2004, 05:43 PM   #9
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Haha Darmu you and your type are a prime example of why I support Bush. A totally different type than what you support.
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Old 04-10-2004, 05:46 PM   #10
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For once AresProphet I have to agree with most of your post.
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Old 04-10-2004, 09:00 PM   #11
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Zol, valid arguments on all accounts...but yeah, i am anti lottery =)

I'm 19, work at a convenience store to help pay my own way through school, not counting the fact i also deliver pizzas during the daytime. I wasn't born with a silver spoon, mine was dull and somewhat rusty (can spoons be dull?)...Regardless, its not about my background here. Its the fact that well, the only people that really buy lottery tickets are either homeless people, or people too wealthy to really need the lottery in the first place (unless they are spending way too much money to begin with). Its a tax on the poor, plain and simple.

"But yeah! they're homeless! they can go out and get a job!"

...Can they?

Its so simple to say that. So easy to just put those words out there, without actually trying. With the unemployment rates as they are, truly, there's going to be many, many open jobs out there for average joe refrigerator box? I think not.

Bush hasn't done anything to help the country. He's going to go down in history as either 1.) One of the worst presidents or 2.) One of the forgotten ones.

Kerry ain't no prize pig either, but i'd take him over Bush any day. Hell, i'd take Average Joe Refrigerator Box.

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Old 04-10-2004, 09:03 PM   #12
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And Zolmaz, you know i love your little flag suckling heart. =)

Did you quit EQ? I miss your gnome ass.

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Old 04-11-2004, 08:01 PM   #13
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Cut Dubya some slack. He's dyslexic.

Seriously he can't help it.
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Old 04-11-2004, 08:18 PM   #14
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Sorry, but dyslexia doesn't absolve him of blame for sounding like an idiot. If he's running for political office he should have learned to overcome a speech impediment. They are not impossible to mitigate, with practice and effort.

He makes too many mistakes, and of too many different kinds, for dyslexia to account for.
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Old 04-11-2004, 09:25 PM   #15
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Indasha, so you're anti bush huh? Tell me who you LIKE then.

And I'd rather not search so just tell me.
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Old 04-12-2004, 03:26 AM   #16
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Whether Bush is dyslexic or not, shouldn't really come into it. My boss happens to be dyslexic and he's an excellent speaker and the best guy in his field I've ever come across. One of the few people in our industry I have a lot of respect for. And he's one of these people who is *always* right. I've never seen him mess up yet, which is kind of annoying in a way!

My opinion on Bush has no bearing on this btw; I'm just trying to illustrate that something like dyslexia doesn't automatically make you un-intelligent or bad at your job.
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Old 04-12-2004, 05:50 AM   #17
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I support Dennis Kucinich, and voted for him in the primaries.

His website is here if you want to take a look.
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Originally Posted by AresProphet
I support Dennis Kucinich, and voted for him in the primaries.

His website is here if you want to take a look.
Ok. That guy has a few ideas I do not agree with. Do you support him 100%?
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Old 04-12-2004, 11:59 AM   #19
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Does it matter?

Do you need to support someone 100% for them to merit your vote? What about 95%? I agree with a lot of his stuff, have a few minor disagreements, but I'm not a sheep following someone blindly. I voted for him because I felt he was the best choice, and we're not talking a '"lesser of two evils" vote in this case..
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Old 04-12-2004, 02:31 PM   #20
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I would prefer someone without great speaking skills than an out of touch Harvard grad silver tongued serpent. I am not saying Bush is good or bad with this, but I certainly wouldn't vote for a Kennedy.

Oh, and btw... I also am not saying I think Bush is great, but economic reports are starting to look a lot better than previousely estimated. Coporate earnings are up considerably. Maybe it's bc they outsourced.
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