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Re: Day 3 after the election. . .   

Author: pharmaceutical pal
Date: Nov 5, 2004 22:31

On Fri, 05 Nov 2004 23:59:57 GMT, "grinder"
>And I still don't have a president.
>Unrecognized, unlistened to, unwatched, unhonored, embarrassing.
Oh Goody-Four more years of listening to whining, wailing, sniveling
and screaming liberals -this is going to be fun. Unfortunately we
don't have Jean Jacques Kerri to kick around anymore so could you
please convene a coven of leftists from your ever diminishing liberal
gene pool and select another sacrificial liberal for the boys and
girls to obliterate. Thanks for your help.
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Re: Air America Radio is DONE Jan. 1, 2005!   

Author: pharmaceutical pal
Date: Nov 5, 2004 21:59

On Fri, 05 Nov 2004 20:54:37 GMT, Gactimus wrote:
>My little bird told me this:
>It has been verified!!! Air America goes dark on January 1, 2005 - Randi goes
>back to WJNO until June 2005 when she signs off FOR GOOD!!!!

What's about their loyal listeners-all 7 of them.
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Re: ~ DEAR GOD ~   

Author: pharmaceutical pal
Date: Nov 5, 2004 21:53

On Fri, 05 Nov 2004 17:46:02 -0500, ~ SNUFF BUSH & HIS DOG ~
>Please kill as many Bush cult members as you can
>in Fallujah.
>A Servant of Your's that votes for the lesser of 2 evils.

m.i.d. & message forwarded to FBI
have a nice day, asshole.
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Fears that Kerry supporters might commit mass suicide if he loses..........should we care?   

Author: Bouillabaisse 4
Date: Sep 25, 2004 09:38

Already one Kerry victory party in Hollywood planned for election
night is rumored to be planning a mass suicide pact to protest the
election if horseface goes down in flames. How should Bush supporters
feel about this:

discourage it
encourage it
ignore it
go after the victims wives & girlfriends
This last option may need a bit of re-thinking since the Kerry women
I've seen on TV are definite candidates for gold medals in the
upcoming international gorilla-girl olympics and several have faces
that should have warning labels tattooed on them
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Osama definitely sighted? CENTCOM refuses comment   

Author: Bouillabaisse 4
Date: Sep 25, 2004 06:30

Major John Lee, CENTCOM press officer in Tampa Florida has refused to
confirm or deny repeated rumors that the most wanted man in the world
Osama Bin Laden has been definitely sighted by several extremely
reliable sources.
The Newark Star Ledger has interviewed 2 employees of a Jersey City
MacDonald's franchise who are willing to swear that the elusive Bin
Laden was in their store several days ago.
Tanisha Keys, the store manager has allowed the Newark Star Ledger to
view a copy of the security video tapes on the day in question and the
video does seem to show a person dressed in Bermuda shorts who bares a
striking resemblance to Bin Laden as he orders 2 Big Macs, a vanilla
shake and seven apple pies. What is even more intriguing is the man
accompanying Bin Laden who paid for his order. When shown a series of
photos of famous people, every employee immediately picked out the
photo of a man with a disturbing resemblance to Bush campaign
coordinator Karl Rove.
The 10 minute video shows the 2 men sitting at a table and sharing
fries with each others while both men laugh and high-five each other.
When shown a copy of the video White House Press Secretary Scott
McClellan just smiled and deflected questions about the video by ...
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Kerry losing 'Kids' vote   

Author: Bouillabaisse 4
Date: Sep 25, 2004 05:08
September 25, 2004 -- Democrat John Kerry has lost his lead with
under-30 voters because the iPod generation is getting more optimistic
that the country is headed in the right direction, a new Newsweek poll
President Bush and Kerry are now in a dead heat among the youngest
voters with Kerry getting 45 percent and Bush 44 — a big switch from
last month, when Kerry had a 9-point lead of 50 to 41 percent among
under-30s, the GENext voter poll found. Its error margin is plus or
minus 5 percentage points.
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New Poll-(Survey USA) Virginia Kerry 42-Bush 53   

Author: Bouillabaisse 4
Date: Sep 25, 2004 04:57

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New Poll-(Survey USA) Arizona Kerry 43-Bush 54   

Author: Bouillabaisse 4
Date: Sep 25, 2004 04:56

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New Poll-(Survey USA) Colorado Kerry 44-Bush 52   

Author: Bouillabaisse 4
Date: Sep 25, 2004 04:54

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WISCONSIN:Poll shows state moves toward Bush 52-44   

Author: Bouillabaisse 4
Date: Sep 21, 2004 09:55

WASHINGTON September 20 - President Bush is gaining support in
Wisconsin, a state no Republican presidential candidate has won in 20

A poll by USA Today/CNN/Gallup last week showed Bush up 52 percent to
Democrat John Kerry's 44 percent. The poll had a margin of error of
plus or minus five percentage points.
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