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My oh my oh my! Dean is one scary and angry dude!(36 posts)

My oh my oh my! Dean is one scary and angry dude!Live Steam
Jan 19, 2004 7:48 PM
I thought he was going to either cry or explode into expletives when he first came out tonight. He finished third in a primary and you'd think he lost the real election in November. Sure he tried to sound enthusiastic, but he really looked made as he||. He had a strange look in those beady eyes!
Karl Rove is probably not happy eitherContinental
Jan 20, 2004 7:43 AM
Dean would have been so easy to beat. Reports of Dean's demise are not premature. What trivia question will he be the answer to?
I agree as you can see from my post aboveLive Steam
Jan 20, 2004 8:00 AM
I think the ticket I proposed would be the best bet for the Dumocrats, and the toughest to beat. Things aren't going well for Hillarity now that Ted Kennedy picked a different team to align himself with. I am sure Kennedy's Bourgeoisie mentality is offended by the Clinton's Proletariat lineage. What better way to best them than to dash their hopes of regaining power, while he is forced to sit in ignominy because of his shameful deed. I just love the intrigue! LOL!!!
LMAO! nmOldEdScott
Jan 20, 2004 8:05 AM
You have to admit it ...Live Steam
Jan 20, 2004 8:16 AM
has possibilities. The only other explanation would be that Bubba and Teddy Boy plotted to derail Dean without hurting their own agenda - meaning they couldn't be perceived as the cause of his demise. That way Hillarity could still capture the same democrats that would have voted for Dean had he been the nominee.

I still believe that Kennedy hates Clinton for the reasons I stated. He must feel as if he was dealt a raw hand. Everyone including the Witch will get a shot at the White House but him. That can't sit well with the fat bastard. Getting those records sealed only insured that he wouldn't have to give up his desire for power in public office, but it did put the kybosh on the WH. Clinton was a no name party boy and reached the ultimate position of power. Kennedy was a big name party boy who can never get to the promised land because he screwed the pooch. Can't sit well!
Ummm, well, that explanation isOldEdScott
Jan 20, 2004 8:30 AM
closer-fetched, but still fanciful.

Clinton, believe it or not, has been helping ALL the candidates. Including Kerry. He's even agreed to be Kerry's envoy to the Middle East.

The problem with your scenario is that Hillary will NOT capture the same Dumocrats that would have voted for Dean. Two reasons: (a) Vast numbers of them are Dean-specific Dumocrats, newly brought into the fold. They won't transfer easily. (b) Dean's going to take his $40 million and run as a third party candidate. Significant numbers of Deaniacs will go with him. Not enough to make him a credible candidate, but enough to kill any hope whatsoever than Hitlery or any other Dumocrat can beat Bush in November. The Nader effect, only this time the Dumocrat will really lose.

Kennedy doesn't dislike Clinton in the least, by the way. I think that's a case of reality-as-you'd-like-it-to be.
Jan 20, 2004 8:35 AM
I have to tell you that I find the level of your political discourse to be disturbing and taking away credibility for your arguments. Calling WJC "the fat bastard" and his wife "the Witch" doesn't help your cause. Even as someone who could justifiably be called a conservative, I discount your statements on a regular basis when I read those kinds of descriptions.

the conservative voice of reasonMJ
Jan 20, 2004 8:38 AM
thank you - maybe now he'll mellow a bit
Jan 20, 2004 9:00 AM
Thanks for the good laugh ( I mean it )Maybe you should do stand up =D But only the psuedo Repub zealots will laugh....but that's ok since none of them are funny anyway! jk.

It will certainly be interesting to see what happens. I only wish you would put your insight of the Dumocrats into the lying thieving GOP. It seems to me everytime you try its like your staring into the sun. You come away totally blind to thier indignitys. I'm counting on sh!t luck to win our net bet =)
Jan 20, 2004 9:46 AM
who was this meant for?
Nothing new thereLive Steam
Jan 20, 2004 9:49 AM
Can't you follow along? Gees!
Please get it straight! I called Kennedy that :O)Live Steam
Jan 20, 2004 9:00 AM
WJC is Bubba! Got it? :O)

Sorry I didn't realize that we needed to be PC here. I also didn't realize we all needed to be so credible. It must have been the coffee. Besides those are my pet names for them. Sort of terms of endearment :O)
$$, I'll let you in on a little secret.OldEdScott
Jan 20, 2004 9:02 AM
We Dumocrats LOVE the Live Steams of the world, whose crazed rhetoric and blind vitriol are so over-the-top that no rational American voter could ever take them seriously.

You, we're scared of.
Hey I'll let you in on one too ...Live Steam
Jan 20, 2004 9:16 AM
that's how the World now views your party. The 2004 election will show you how much. Your guys have been doing it for years. Heck you think James Carville is civil for goodness sakes.

The funny thing here is this is an Internet forum. I make a couple of remarks that some of you consider to be loutish and I'm chastised for it. The Dumocrats and their enablers have been deriding Republicans in public forums since time began. Heck entire careers have prospered from making fun of Nixon and other Republicans in power.

I am sorry some of you are offended by what I write. I'll let Howard Stern and Imus know how you feel :O)
I'd agree, they can give it but not take it. wimps. nm.No_sprint
Jan 20, 2004 9:22 AM
yes - why don't you challenge them to a fight? - nmMJ
Jan 20, 2004 9:59 AM
LOL! Eunuch boy. nmNo_sprint
Jan 20, 2004 10:01 AM
Poor Nixon. What did he ever do to anyone? (nm)czardonic
Jan 20, 2004 4:45 PM
Since you asked - nothing really nmLive Steam
Jan 20, 2004 8:38 PM
Right, he never lied about a blow job.OldEdScott
Jan 21, 2004 6:50 AM
Never had one, I'm guessing.

Hey Steam: Since you're so good at revisionist history, put a little of the good spin on Tricky Dick like you did with old Joe McCarthy. You can do it!
Probably waiting for his muse. . .czardonic
Jan 21, 2004 9:15 AM
. . .Ann Coulter.
Rightfully so.moneyman
Jan 20, 2004 9:16 AM
My very presence is intimidating.

Kinda like the other side here calling our Pres., stupid...No_sprint
Jan 20, 2004 9:17 AM
just because they don't like what he's doing.

They don't have much credibility to lose though, IMO, because they're so fringe left and not representative, as we've found out in IA.

So much for all that crap strat! It's meaningless to the masses, as we all know.
They just don't see it because ...Live Steam
Jan 20, 2004 9:28 AM
as FE said it's like staring into the Sun. They get blinded by their own hate. That they don't see. Their people come on TV and make remarks about Bush and they are never appalled by them. But it's typical duplicity over and over!
Take a look at the big picture of this forum today...No_sprint
Jan 20, 2004 10:10 AM
There are a bunch of little 5 man jerks going on.

Isolate themselves, blind themselves then make silly assumptions and ridiculous judgements. No sense of reality.

Just like the Malibu/Manhattan connection.
Jan 20, 2004 11:04 AM
The Republicans have NO more integrity then the Demos. Let's just agree on that. They may have no LESS but certainly no MORE. I for one think Steam should call the post and ask for a job as a poli-satire cartoonist. I find his "nick names" funny as hell and I like Clinton and Kennedy...well parts of them. Besides his view is such that any cartoon created would be worth reading just due to its potential "mono" view ( one sided ) So STEAM you can pontificate all you want as far as this Demo turning Independant is concerned. Bubba ROFL! Besides Ted is a fat bastad.... R.W put it best.... " he looks like a Macys' day float" HE IS HUGE!!!!!!!
"Macy's Day float" ROFLOL!!! He does! I have tears in my eyes!Live Steam
Jan 20, 2004 11:27 AM
Hey I was looking for something new to get into. Maybe you're on to something here. I'll use my screen name as my nom de plume. I can see it now - me and Rigby side by side :O) Hey maybe when I get some free time aside from posting here (LOL) I'll try a couple out on you guys!

I don't know why all your brethren get so uptight about a little jabbing, especially when they know how to dish it or at least don't say a word about it when it's being perpetrated against someone from the right. Heck political satire goes back centuries. Some of the stuff that was printed eons ago makes more contemporary stuff appear benign.
Do it Brotha DO IT !!CARBON110
Jan 20, 2004 11:44 AM
Besides "Live Steam" is a great pen name for that job! HAH ! Your already there. Just think of all the commentary you could get just from this forum LMAO! You'd barely have to touch your "creative edge" LOL!

From what I hear, on Halloween Ted has an annual Star Wars party since the only costum he can pass for is Jaba The Hut ROFLMAO!

NOTE TO READERS: If your offended by my post let me assure you that it is in jest. It is total heresay and further more if its any consolation we always have 2008 election. In anycase on election night try not to take your frustration of losing to the GOPs by having a terrets syndrom attack in front of your kids or co-workers. Even Bil Mahre is admiting it will take a miracle for GWB to lose and he is a realist LOL !
No. Bush is demonstrably stupid. Evidence abounds.czardonic
Jan 20, 2004 11:44 AM
He has no credibilty either.
Steam I have your first toon!CARBON110
Jan 20, 2004 12:19 PM
Yes Czardonic evidence does abound but no one wants to look at it. More importantly no one wants to report it amazingly enough. Its like the 50s all over again. He does however have credibility domestically. Credibility can go through the roof just based on approach, appearance, delivery and have nothing to do with performance. Republicans are terrific at credibility. It's a corner stone of the party and any successful buisiness.


Picture this: First scence is a white Cadillac with long horns on the front driving down a Texas highway with some distant city just out of sight in the back round. In the forground is the back of a man walking towards the cadillac wearing only a white toga on the opposite side of the road.

Second scene: The cadillac is closer kicking up dust blocking out anything in the backround. The man in the toga is bald from the back.

Thrid Scene: George W Bush pulls up to the man wearing the toga who has an India complexion and is wearing glasses and is very thin and scrony ( Ghandi )

Fourth Scene: George W Bush leans out the car with a big cowboy hat on smoking a big cigar. The man in the toga stops

Fith Scene: GWB says to the man in the toga " Hey son, what's your opinion of Western civil-I-zation?" The man in the toga looks at GWB.

Sixth Scene: The man in the toga close up of his face and says " I think it would be a great idea"

Final Scene: White cadillac screams off leaving man in toga in the dust walking the other way

I'll take that under advisement :O) Don't work too hard ...Live Steam
Jan 20, 2004 12:26 PM
the point was to poke fun a Dumocrats - remember?
I know I know but unlike SOME people..........CARBON110
Jan 20, 2004 12:32 PM
You can get a kick out a little humor at GOP expense. Besides, after I thought of it, I couldn't keep it to myself =P
Hey maybe we could be a ....Live Steam
Jan 20, 2004 12:37 PM
team like Gilbert and Sullivan, Martin and Lewis, Donnie and Marie or Sonny and Cher :O) Think of the possibilities!!! LOL!!!!
HAHAHAH AWESOME simlpy awesome!CARBON110
Jan 20, 2004 12:44 PM
Man I have been laughing all afternoon looking at our posts!

Let me know I'll get the capital for a start up operation!
Or No_sprint and bill105! LOL!! Good stuff!!!!!BottomBracketShell
Jan 20, 2004 12:50 PM
Bush doesn't have credibility, he has credulous adorers. (nm)czardonic
Jan 20, 2004 12:28 PM