19651, RE: I had to say something to the expertise|
Posted by Expertise, Fri Nov-10-00 02:55 AM
>You are hilarious, man. Are
>you honestly an okayplayer?
I can never be considered an Okay"Player" (I like to call them OkaySocialists, myself). Most of the views expressed on this board are too warped.
>By the way I've seen the
>questionable ballots and I can
>see where there was confusion,
>especially when you're talking about
>older people. If you've
>been doing something a certain
>way for years, then all
>of sudden there is a
>change, especially at an important
>time like this you have
>to question it.
Oh please. If you can't tell that an ARROW means PUNCH HERE, then you don't need to be voting. Voting is more than simply registering and getting in line to hide behind a box and push buttons, it's about having the intelligence to make accurate decisions about the people you are voting for, or in some cases against. I'll cut the double punchers some slack, but the ones that voted Buchanan while intended for Gore are a bunch of morons. Once again, typical that leftists would fugg up something so simple.
>Now, to something I really didn't
>I would like to focus in
>on a comment you made
>regarding Bush appointing Colin Powell,
>as well as other comments
>you've made about the word
>"urban". Firs I don't
>like your overall tone, but
>secondly there seems to be
>some racial undertone in your
>comments, which I really don't
You don't like something I said? Well join the socialist crowd to the left, buddy.
I don't understand what you want me to elaborate as far as the word "urban" goes, but it was a given that Bush wanted Colin Powell as Secretary of State. Hell, Powell is the most powerful man in Washington, and could have became president in either the 96 or the 2000 elections. I expect Powell, along with Condoleeza Rice, who might get the Secretary of Defense nod, and Powell's son, who should be FCC Commissioner, to be key voices in a Bush administration.
>P.S. I'm from New York
>and I was also a
>little disappointed about Hillary winning,
>only because it would've been
>a whole lot more fun
>watching her kick the snot
>out of Guilliani.
Blah. It just goes to show that elections shouldn't be focused on highly populated areas. If you New Yorkers actually represented the kind of voter that's in the rest of America, then this country is doomed. Hillary Clinton simply used that Senate seat to make a run for the White House either in 04 or 08, pending if Gore pulls this one out. The liberal press is going to give her so much attention it's silly. She'll only go one term, if that much. Congratulations in allowing your state to be a doorstep on her return to power. I'm sure the other states are envious.
"A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves money from the public treasury. From that moment on the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most money from the public treasury, with the result that a democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy followed by a dictatorship." - Alexander Tyler
"In general the art of government consists in taking as much money as possible from one class of citizens to give to the other." -Voltaire
"The assumption that spending more of the taxpayer's money will make things better has survived all kinds of evidence that it has made things worse. The black family- which survived slavery, discrimination, poverty, wars and depressions- began to come apart as the federal government moved in with its well-financed programs to "help." - Thomas Sowell
"Life is insensitive, and the truth can be highly offensive. To hide from either is to hide from the reality of life. Take pride in the fact that I am an equal opportunity offender. You today, someone else tomorrow. You have no constitutional right not to be offended." - Neal Boortz
Some of you still think America's a
democracy. Lemme break it down for
* Democracy: Three wolves and a sheep
vote on the dinner menu.
* Democratically Elected Republic: Three
wolves and 2 sheep vote on which sheep's
* Constitutional Republic: The eating of
mutton is forbidden by law, and the
sheep are armed.
The United States is a CONSTITUTIONAL
REPUBLIC. Not a democracy.
Yes....I am a PROUD Black Libertarian Conservative.