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How to Beat Bush

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posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 12:55 AM
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The key to beating Dubya is pretty simple: Make sure voting machines have a paper trail. Right now the voting machines made by die bold and such have no paper trail. Write to your congressmen and senators. Write to newspapers (good luck with that one). Make noise. This election is the most important election in U.S. history. Bush can be brought down. But its gonna take a lotta people and the democrat party to make it happen.

This guy wrote this editorial about it. He's much better than me at articulatin' the message.

The States of Iowa and the Union Agree: Bush Can Be Beaten
By Harvey Wasserman
The Free Press

Thursday 22 January 2004

Is the tide turning?

George W. Bush and his puppetmaster Karl Rove tried to upstage the Democrats with a State of the Union Address full of tricks and gimmicks, martian distractions and rattling sabers.

It backfired. The stunning results from Iowa far overshadowed Bush's lame, malapropic stump speech. Space travel, gay marriage, steriods in baseball, these are the burning issues for a Republican Party smug enough to be certain they can steal any election.
truthout.org...




posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:01 AM
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In order to beat Bush, we need to beat around the bush - don't vote at all. No one in the nation votes, no president. Everybody wins!



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:04 AM
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Everyone except all of Bush's paid-off and braindead drones.

Cue: Lennon's "Imagine.."



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:10 AM
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Originally posted by BigEasy
The key to beating Dubya is pretty simple:


Use a big stick!

Or, if ya really wanna get ride of bush... a pair of clippers would suffice.

[Edited on 25-1-2004 by DiabolusKlown]



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:16 AM
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I came across a Newsweek(I believe) poll that says 52% of americans do not want bush re elected



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:18 AM
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who cares what the people say... as long as money controls everything



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:27 AM
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If Americans weren't such a brain-dead society, it would've been 99% of Americans. But luckily for our political parties, Americans are more often than not big fat, gullible, ignorant, tv-watching, football/baseball-watching, hotdog-eating, beer-drinking dinks! Most people have one or more of those qualities in US. Now, the qualities by themselves maybe aren't so harmful, but let's break it down...

Being FAT keeps one preoccupied with dieting plans and all that other bs.
Watching TV keeps one preoccupied with fantasy, soap operas, movies, entertainment, and Bush-owned media.
Being a big sports fan (football/baseball etc).. well that speaks for itself. Unlike many other people, usually it's NOT just a hobby. For Americans being a sports-fan seems to be a full-time job. It's ESPN all day every day.. sigh.

Eating hotdogs will lead to problem #1 - obesity.
Beer drinking is self explanatory. It's also usually not just a hobby, but is done daily on a regular basis, and most likely combined with the daily ritual of watching ESPN or "guys night out" type of thing. Girls night out too..

Anyways.. there's plenty to be said about the average American... and it's not just about who supports the war and who doesn't.. at first glance both sides seem valid..

So the question is, was Saddam an immediate threat/danger to US (forget WMD's for now) to just be taken out? If that's the case, why haven't they just done that 10 yrs ago. Oh wait, the CIA was the one who put'em there in the first place! So Saddam is OUR little present for Iraq.. that's right! We then stocked him up with the same weapons we're searching for right now... US really screwed up this time.

The point is simple, some people believe what the govt tells them and what they hear on TV. Others do research and investigate and at least TRY to find the truth. The 2nd type of people are probably mostly again Bush and his foreign policy, as things just don't add up too well and suddenly everything Bush utters doesn't sound like the holy truth anymore...


[Edited on 25-1-2004 by lilblam]



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:46 AM
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I agree with ya Lilblam with one exception, gotta have my hot dogs and beer..


The messag? QUIT LISTENING TO NETWORK NEWS! GET YOUR NEWS OFF THE NET - FROM MANY SOURCES - FOREIGN, AS WELL AS DOMESTIC.

Otherwise, you'll only know about a quarter of the story. That's if they even cover it.



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 02:47 AM
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I think that the problem is that the right-wingers have done too good a job of creating their image. They've created a devide and swayed Christians 100% on their side, no questions asked. Bush has convinced them that he is ordained by God and this is his holy war....
I'm so miffed about church because its become a re-elect Bush rally every time. If anything I think Bush has helped usher in the end times!

[Edited on 25-1-2004 by mamaship]



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 02:54 AM
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Originally posted by mamaship
I think that the problem is that the right-wingers have done too good a job of creating their image. They've created a devide and swayed Christians 100% on their side, no questions asked. Bush has convinced them that he is ordained by God and this is his holy war....
I'm so miffed about church because its become a re-elect Bush rally every time. If anything I think Bush has helped usher in the end times!

i agree with you, i work with a christian woman and of course i'm going on and on about how evil bush is, and she just states oh he's a good man just like his father



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 03:43 AM
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The sad thing is, I voted for him. I just couldn't stand Gore, and I gave Bush the benefit of the doubt. Besides, I was in CA at the time, and I knew Gore would win the state anyways. I crossed my fingers and hoped he wouldn't screw our country too bad. I've been hitting myself ever since 911... I'll do anything to see someone else in office next year...



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 04:45 AM
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posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 04:50 AM
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Originally posted by mamaship
The sad thing is, I voted for him. I just couldn't stand Gore, and I gave Bush the benefit of the doubt. Besides, I was in CA at the time, and I knew Gore would win the state anyways. I crossed my fingers and hoped he wouldn't screw our country too bad. I've been hitting myself ever since 911... I'll do anything to see someone else in office next year...


You voted for Bush?

Wow.. I really shouldn't be surprised about certain things..



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 05:15 AM
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Ya, well, like I said, I'm not proud. I thought all this crap would happen under Gore. I was trying to chose the lesser of two evils and oops.



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 07:21 AM
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Being a big sports fan (football/baseball etc).. well that speaks for itself. Unlike many other people, usually it's NOT just a hobby. For Americans being a sports-fan seems to be a full-time job. It's ESPN all day every day.. sigh.


uh huh...i see and what of those who burn down the stadium after a soccer match when their team loses? are they not also sports obsessed people?

next time you want to insult, try using the word "some" in front of americans as not all americans are fans of sports and even those who are do not obsess over sports.

this board has enough people making generalizing comments, we dont need your blanket remarks as well.


from the rest of your generalizing comments you dont have a real clue as to who the "average american" is.

there is no average american! sure you can lump people together (thats generalizing) and then take the worst aspects of all these people and then say "this is the average american" but this doesnt mean all americans are like this. some perhaps but not all.

remember "some americans" is the proper phrase to use next time. unless you have observed every last american and seen us all acting the way you have accused us of acting do not make another generalizing comment about america or how americans are.



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 10:22 AM
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Originally posted by BigEasy
I agree with ya Lilblam with one exception, gotta have my hot dogs and beer..


The messag? QUIT LISTENING TO NETWORK NEWS! GET YOUR NEWS OFF THE NET - FROM MANY SOURCES - FOREIGN, AS WELL AS DOMESTIC.

Otherwise, you'll only know about a quarter of the story. That's if they even cover it.



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 10:23 AM
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Just roll him and jail him soon as.



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 01:57 PM
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Not all Americans are brain dead slobs glued to their tvs. Many conscientious citizens feel powerless against the ruling elite. Elsewhere the oppressed are forgiven even pitied for compliance to their hostile governments. Their plight seems hopeless. This is becoming increasingly true for Americans. Democracy has become a facade now that the people have lost almost all control of the government. I wonder if they ever had it to began with? Recently, much of America's history has been revised revealing 200 hundred years of cover up. Many of Americas patriots now question the true motives behind government propaganda. It's a start. When America's collective mind becomes enlightened, blind patriotism will no longer thrive.
And for those of you so quick to judge Americans I ask: Is your government totally without sin? I think not! So what's the problem? Is it your lousy diet or maybe it's your preoccupation with the shortcommings of others. Certainly Americans are not without blame, but neither is anyone else.



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 02:02 PM
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sadly, there is no hope. Bush WILL be reelected this year, I guarantee it. Hopefully his next 4 years will be up before he can do anything really destructive.



posted on Jan, 25 2004 @ 02:12 PM
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Hey, President Bush isn't responsible if the Democrat Party don't have a good ( valid ? ) candidate.



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