kerry's campaign will take a hit in the next week

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  1. WoodieSC

    WoodieSC North/South Carolina Flyway Forum Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Let's face it, Klinton has been a sleezy character his whole life. How this country ever put him in the White House has always boggled my mind. To even think that Kerry or Edwards are even being considered is just as bad. Heck, Edwards won't even carry his home state.

    Nixon, unscathed? I didn't like seeing him pardoned either, but under the circumstances at the time it probably was the best thing to get the country moving back on track. But consider that from then on he was a marked man and pretty much lost his stature throughout the world. To go from President of the United States to a disrespected former President is probably quite a hit.

    I'd like to know why Klinton and Bore aren't in jail for illegal campaign contributions???
     
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    The mans name is spelled with a C not a K but if it makes you feel like a big and important man then be my guest. What it does do is put a bad taste in my mouth for any Republican candidate before I ever look at the issues just as it does for a lot of middle of the roaders that have no blind allegiance to a paticular party. If you get some kind of perverse pleasure out of kicking a man when he's down it's a free country so have fun shooting yourself in the foot.

    Just a guess on my part but the whole illegal contribution thing was very politcally motivated. No doubt in my mind both parties have skeletons in the closet and it was probably deceided it was a can of worms that was best left unopened.
     
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    WoodieSC North/South Carolina Flyway Forum Moderator Flyway Manager

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    I don't despise "K"linton because I usually vote Republican. I despise him, his wife "Hitlery" and Gore because of the sleezy people they are. And while I don't kick dogs, I don't hesitate to shoot a rabid one. These three are as rabid as they come, with Kerry being way overdue for his booster shot.

    I completely agree with you about skeletons in many closets. The best thing that could happen to this country is to get them all out in the open, no matter which party is involved.

    For what it's worth to you, I'm not very happy with G.W. Bush either. I wish there was a viable candidate in a viable third party. Neither the Democrat or Republican agendas have the best interests of the United States in mind. The Dems want a Welfare state under their own Socialist control, and the Republicans want to sell us out as a country. Both are interested in One World Government, and both are being driven by the world's bankers who control the real agendas behind the scene.

    EVERY President and Vice President since Eisenhowser have been members of the CFR, which is committed to the One World Government philosophy. The only difference between the two parties is the cover sheet.
     
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    I am a Texas boy and was raised to know that a man's word stood for something. In dad's house, a lie was the worst thing you could do. My house is the same.

    As such, I agree with the statements you've made... to a point. That point is that these days, society evidently doesn't hold liars in the low regard. (Back when a majority of our country had morals, things were quite different. Now days 50% of our country have no morals.) However, the justice system does hold liars in low regard and there are laws to punish those who choose to lie "under oath." I have no problem extending the same punishment to those that lie outside a court room setting, but it ain't gonna happen.
     
  5. La. Legend

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    Well strike up the band !!!

    Lad you know some people live to be a hundred and never see a miracle. While I'm a little, but just a little;) , over half a hundred most who post here aren't nearly that old and have seen 2 miracles already. What miracles are those? You and I agree not only on 1 thing but 2. We have equal amounts of contempt for liars and DU. On second thought that may only be 1 thing.:D

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    Legend, although I hate to admit it, in a couple of months I'm gonna be one year away from half a hundred. While I have contempt for liars, I wouldn't call what I feel for DU contempt. More disappointment. I put a lot of my time and money into them. Not anymore. We've just agreed to disagree. I don't give them any time or money and they can do whatever they want. Works for me and it works for DU.

    I get over stuff slow, but I usually get over it and I ain't near as PO'ed about the whole adventure as I used to be. Someone wants to support them it's their money. You just can't know how little I care. Life's too short.;)
     
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    "Craddle to grave "is a comment I heard today when I was listening to a supporter of Kerry. This person was in asking to put up a sign of his running for Pres.Seems a little bold being he has not been offically annointed as of yet.

    Back to the comment. The person was asked what Kerry can do that GW won't his reply was Craddle to Grave".

    He then went on to say that Kerry would provide healthcare, retirement,jobs, and the elimination of big Corporations. The lady asked if that mean't that madam Hienz was giving her company to the workers. He then replied that people like her are the only type that should have a big company because she gives to charity. Others just looking to get rich should not be able to hold wealth.

    With supportes like that running around i would say his campaign will take a big hit.:l
     
  8. WoodieSC

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    Hell, if I was worth $500 million I'd be supporting a whole bunch of charities. :D
     

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