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More Howeird Dean fun - Part III(9 posts)

More Howeird Dean fun - Part IIIbill105
Dec 29, 2003 7:22 AM
Well, well, well. I thought the Republicans were the energy whores. It looks like we have some competition now. For a man who's a Christian only at Christmas,, I guess I should have expected this.

Dean Vermont Energy Group Met in Private

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20031228/D7VNLUIG2.html
snore. move along-nothing to see here. nmrufus
Dec 29, 2003 8:03 AM
so i dont expect it to be an issue you ever raise again (nm)bill105
Dec 29, 2003 8:58 AM
Hey bill - stop stealing my client's taglinemoneyman
Dec 29, 2003 8:20 AM
As the author of the soon-to-be copyrighted "More Fun With Howard Dean" series, you are hereby ordered to cease and desist from use of that tagline without the express written authority of moneyman. Having used the tagline twice, moneyman "More Howard Dean Fun - Part ll" 12/22/03 12:18pm and moneyman "More Howard Dean fun" 12/18/03 10:17am, he has established a clear pattern of prior use and intellectual ownership.

In order to avoid further action which could result in your censure, a fine or both, you will no longer use "Fun With Howard Dean" unless it is specifically in reference to one of moneyman's posts.

$$'s attorney

ps - I had to log on using his computer, as he is not available today. He does congratulate you on your bringing the issue of Dean's incredible hypocrisy to the forefront.
Hey bill - stop stealing my client's taglinebill105
Dec 29, 2003 8:23 AM
its just so much fun though and there is so much of it. i just thought i was helping, sorry.
More weird reporting to rile up the rubes.czardonic
Dec 29, 2003 10:02 AM
Funny how the article states:

    "The parallels between the Cheney and Dean task forces are many."


And then it goes on to demonstrate how few and superficial the "parallels are". In short, the meetings were not public and some people didn't like it.

On the other hand, they were bipartisan, the names of the participants were released and the sums of money Dean has recieved from "energy interests" are inconsequential.

Not that I expect you lot to notice, but there is a bigger, weirder story afoot here. . .
Don't leave us hanging!OldEdScott
Dec 29, 2003 10:03 AM
What's bigger and weirder??
Al Gore. (nm)czardonic
Dec 29, 2003 10:10 AM
Ah! Now THERE'S a tale. nmOldEdScott
Dec 29, 2003 10:12 AM