PDA

View Full Version : wtf no comments Kerry and Edwards



Nuku_Unu
6th July 04, 02:16 PM
Come on all you liberals are you happy about this or sad? IS this your winning ticket? Seems like they are twins to me sure you want your VP to back your idea's but you would want him to have his own idea's also, is Edwards from the south? So is it a balanced ticket?

Kiko
6th July 04, 02:20 PM
He shoulda picked Dean. At least the ticket would have some personality :tongue:

Hurricane Aegien
6th July 04, 02:27 PM
He shoulda picked Dean. At least the ticket would have some personality :tongue:

I think their goal is to win.

Kiko
6th July 04, 02:40 PM
Oh, at all costs, yep. Just listen to Kerry tell different groups what they want to hear and you know that. He picked someone who won't upstage him. That's not easy.. He's really boring! :sleepy:

Yarha
6th July 04, 02:51 PM
Oh, well. Kerry doesn't have to work too hard in getting the right guy in the VP slot, as George already has Dick. *cough* :o

Remember, vote for George and you get Dick!

Yarha, Doesn't Know Dick

Kiko
6th July 04, 03:07 PM
For Sale! (http://kerryedwards.com/)

Irbanoz
6th July 04, 03:52 PM

Bukow
6th July 04, 04:53 PM
Hmnnn not a bad choice, though I think the earlier comment was on target about the lack of personality of this quite undynamic duo. Still, Edwards probably appeals to moderates/swing voters considerably more than Kerry.

Also, the New York Post apparently thought they'd get a scoop...

<img src="http://home.comcast.net/~lorianneandrews/0706041post2.jpg"/>

Hurricane Aegien
6th July 04, 05:14 PM
I wonder what dipshit staked their career on that headline.

Merauk
6th July 04, 07:25 PM
Hmnnn not a bad choice, though I think the earlier comment was on target about the lack of personality of this quite undynamic duo. Still, Edwards probably appeals to moderates/swing voters considerably more than Kerry.

I predict that the Michael Moore/Howard Stern lackee's are going to make a huge showing in this election and probably swing a couple states. All the polling data takes into account mostly people who are going to vote straight ticket no matter what mixed with a couple of people who could go either way. The cadre of retarded people who never vote though in the US is quite large and 20 million of them listen to Howard Stern and would suck his dick if commanded.

Edwards is the best choice because he has personality, if he can keep his cool he can destroy Cheney in a debate by baiting him to lose it (which you know Cheney will). Plus he probably polls well with women.

In short I am very hopeful that we can put another Bush behind us.

Bukow
6th July 04, 07:52 PM
Edwards is the best choice because he has personality, if he can keep his cool he can destroy Cheney in a debate by baiting him to lose it (which you know Cheney will). Plus he probably polls well with women.


Nothing against Edwards, but I don't think he (or anyone, for that mater) will have an easy time debating Cheney. Cheney's just too damn smart and articulate to be verbally outmaneuvered by anyone short of someone like Christopher Hitchens. Maybe we will see a blowup though, and then... who knows? heh

Cybsled
6th July 04, 09:14 PM
Yes, Cheney is smart. Afterall, he isnt in jail like he should be right now...so that has to show for something, right?

Plus in a debate, John Edwards could go..

JE: Ok...I sense that someone on this stage has a intelligence report regarding WMD in Iraq stuck to the bottom of their shoe

Cheney: Er, Sorry to discredit your amazing 6th sense...but no reports here...I just stepped in some dogshit in the front yard

JE: Oh, my bad. I get those two confused sometimes.

Merauk
7th July 04, 10:06 AM
Cheney's just too damn smart and articulate to be verbally outmaneuvered by anyone short of someone like Christopher Hitchens.

Cheney interviews very poorly and on several occassions has had to be roped in by the Administration for being to far out in front. Coupled with his use of the F-bomb on the floor of the Senate, I don't think anyone is going to have a problem punching his buttons. Either way I expect the campaign to be a spirited debate.

Kerry may have no personality but at least he can articulate a point.

Mesmer
7th July 04, 11:53 AM
Go Kerry/edwards 2004!!!!!!

Yarha
7th July 04, 12:28 PM
Go Kerry/edwards 2004!!!!!!

Maybe John-John would be a better term. Or John-Squared.

Yarha, John and John Sat on a Fence, John Fell Off and Who Was Left?

Ouden
7th July 04, 12:30 PM
Go anyone but Kerry or Bush in 2004!

Merauk
7th July 04, 01:16 PM
Go anyone but Kerry or Bush in 2004!

Al Sharpton needs men like you to envigorate his campaign.

Zoth
7th July 04, 03:21 PM
Anymore the candidates are all pretty much the same. None stand for jack shit anymore on either side of the isle. As far as they are all concerned its about staying in power and getting more votes.

Sorry, but the last president that actually stood for anything, had any type of platform or did a goddamned thing was Regan.

Zoth(x)

Nuku_Unu
7th July 04, 03:40 PM
Anymore the candidates are all pretty much the same. None stand for jack shit anymore on either side of the isle. As far as they are all concerned its about staying in power and getting more votes.

Sorry, but the last president that actually stood for anything, had any type of platform or did a goddamned thing was Regan.

Zoth(x)
Ya like trade arms for hostages, remember Regan wasnt as pure as the driven snow.

Bukow
7th July 04, 03:42 PM
Cheney interviews very poorly and on several occassions has had to be roped in by the Administration for being to far out in front. Coupled with his use of the F-bomb on the floor of the Senate, I don't think anyone is going to have a problem punching his buttons. Either way I expect the campaign to be a spirited debate.

That could be, but on the (admittedly, relatively few) ocassions I've heard Cheney speak, he's been very on-point and articulate. Could be that I've just caught him on his good nights, though.

Even so, if Tim Russert can give Edwards a rough time, I'm not sure how well he'll debate. Though it may not matter much, either. If Cheney remains rational and calm, he still may win the battle but ultimately lose the war, due to Edwards' delivery -- a la the Nixon-Kennedy debate. 'Cause even people who like Cheney have to admit, he's pretty damn boring.



Kerry may have no personality but at least he can articulate a point.

Any point, if the price is right and/or the votes are there!

Cybsled
7th July 04, 09:19 PM
As opposed to Bush, who can't articulate a point but is more then happy to help out Cheney and his money-lending pals.

Diggler McFeely
8th July 04, 12:03 AM
Fucking politics.
Politicians.
They're just begging the question,
with a fickle repetition.

Repetition! (Repetition! Repetition!)
Question? (Begging! Begging! Repetition! Repetition!)

You heard me.

Shorrtee McHeals
8th July 04, 02:48 PM
I'm still kind of pissed that I wont get to vote this year.

Diggler McFeely
8th July 04, 07:07 PM
I'm still kind of pissed that I wont get to vote this year.


Yeah. Sucks to be you ... <a href="http://www.fvap.gov/links/statelinks.html" target="_blank">maybe</a>.

Even though you're not in the Military, your home state may still allow you to submit an absentee ballot. Either check with your home state's applicable Gov't office, or call the office of whichever US Consulate/Embassy is closest to where your are at the moment.

BTW, being that you are out of the country, you have checked in with the nearest US Consulate or Embassy, right? (There's a lot of services that may help you in a time of need, and it cannot hurt to get informed about them before anything happens.)

Kiko
8th July 04, 07:38 PM
I'm still kind of pissed that I wont get to vote this year.

NO excuse! You have MONTHS to arrange an absentee ballot or get home just to vote. If THEY win, we'll blame YOU and you'll have to live with it!

And you call yourself a Hannity fan! HAH! :nono:

Shorrtee McHeals
12th July 04, 02:42 PM
Yeah. Sucks to be you ... <a href="http://www.fvap.gov/links/statelinks.html" target="_blank">maybe</a>.

Even though you're not in the Military, your home state may still allow you to submit an absentee ballot. Either check with your home state's applicable Gov't office, or call the office of whichever US Consulate/Embassy is closest to where your are at the moment.

BTW, being that you are out of the country, you have checked in with the nearest US Consulate or Embassy, right? (There's a lot of services that may help you in a time of need, and it cannot hurt to get informed about them before anything happens.)

Hmm thanks for the info Diggler. I have received some bad information. Someone told me that I had to request an ballot for overseas voting no later than 6 months before election day, but apparently that isnt the case, at least not with Tennessee anyways.

I'm also looking at www.usa.gov now on all the info for American citizens living abroad.

I need to find out also just how hard it would be for my girlfriend to come home with me for a vacation this December. I know she needs a passport, and thats pretty easy to get, but how hard is it to get a visa to visit the US for a couple weeks?

Phrost
12th July 04, 04:24 PM
Heh, smart move Jackass party... 2 of the top 5 most liberal Democrats on the same ticket.

Anyone want to start a write-in campaign for Zell Miller?

Phleg
12th July 04, 06:28 PM
Kerry may have no personality but at least he can articulate a point.

Now he just needs to find a point.

Yarha
13th July 04, 01:41 PM
You mean a point other than the fact that he's not George Bush?

It'd make a good T-shirt: "NOT George W. Bush" or even "SO not George W. Bush". Did we vote W into office because he wasn't Bill Clinton? Doh! I forgot, it wasn't us but the electoral college that did that.

Yarha, Uniter? Divider? You Decide

imported_Driz
13th July 04, 02:49 PM
I so wish to god that some fuckwad would come out and pull a stunt like the character portrayed by Richard Pryor in "Brewsters Millions"...

A sign with three canidates and a slogan below reading:

"Vote for None of the Above!"

Ohh well, a guy can dream can't he?

-D

PiraFlambe
13th July 04, 03:46 PM
I so wish to god that some fuckwad would come out and pull a stunt like the character portrayed by Richard Pryor in "Brewsters Millions"...

A sign with three canidates and a slogan below reading:

"Vote for None of the Above!"

Ohh well, a guy can dream can't he?

-D

Great movie!

Nuku_Unu
14th July 04, 08:34 AM
John and John the new Ambigously Gay Duo!

Phleg
14th July 04, 02:44 PM
Anyone want to start a write-in campaign for Zell Miller?

A-fucking-men.

Yarha
14th July 04, 03:03 PM
John McCain

Yarha, 'cause Prickly Bastards Deserve a Chance at President, Too

Phrost
14th July 04, 04:45 PM
I'm so leaning toward the Libertarian candidate now, even though it'd likely be a waste of a vote.

Phleg
14th July 04, 05:04 PM
Not if you keep in mind the fact that we use an Electoral College.