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My thoughts on the California Election
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Posted by Cyber Sarge (VRWC CA Chapter) 2003-10-08 1:33:24 PM|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [408 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the NAACP all decried that ‘millions’ would be denied a vote because they didn’t have their own personal modern voting machine.

They didn't vote unanimously for the donks, so it was obviously rigged, right?
Posted by Atrus 2003-10-8 1:47:40 PM||   2003-10-8 1:47:40 PM|| Front Page Top

#2 Why is it always the Donkeys that are getting disenfranchised, can't find the polling places, have outdated machines, not enough polling places? What morons. If they're too stoopid to find their polling place fine...I don't want them foisting their ignorance on the rest of us. Dennis Miller's line about "Weapons Grade Stupidity" applies here very nicely.
Posted by Rex Mundi 2003-10-8 2:03:45 PM||   2003-10-8 2:03:45 PM|| Front Page Top

#3 Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the NAACP all decried that ‘millions’ would be denied a vote because they were not U.S. Citizens...
Posted by CrazyFool 2003-10-8 2:06:08 PM||   2003-10-8 2:06:08 PM|| Front Page Top

#4 Any Californians like to inform me if they think Arnold would have won in a Republican primary? He's not exactly a Tom DeLay Republican....and spends lotsa time in Hyannisport LOL
Posted by Not Mike Moore 2003-10-8 2:07:55 PM||   2003-10-8 2:07:55 PM|| Front Page Top

#5 Next thing you know the Donks will want absentee ballots (pre-filled-out so nobody is disenfrancised) to be delivered with the welfare checks....
Posted by CrazyFool 2003-10-8 2:35:01 PM||   2003-10-8 2:35:01 PM|| Front Page Top

#6 The voters of California have handed democrats a wooden stake. The democrats can do two things with this stake: They can use it to dig themselves out of the hole they have dug themselves in, or they can hold it to their chest, pointy side in, and wait for 2004. The choice is theirs.
Posted by badanov  2003-10-8 2:53:22 PM|| []  2003-10-8 2:53:22 PM|| Front Page Top

#7 Arnold would have had a hard time in the primary.
If he does a decent job, next primary will be easy.
Posted by Dishman  2003-10-8 4:03:59 PM||   2003-10-8 4:03:59 PM|| Front Page Top

#8 McClintock broke the 10% barrier - you'll be seeing him again, I guarantee.
Posted by mojo  2003-10-8 5:17:40 PM||   2003-10-8 5:17:40 PM|| Front Page Top

#9 McClintock impressed me. I would tap him for the Bush administration.
Posted by Super Hose  2003-10-8 7:14:50 PM||   2003-10-8 7:14:50 PM|| Front Page Top

#10 I particularly enjoyed watching Davis denounce Arnold for his indiscretions w/women while being flanked by both Clinton & Jesse Jackass. Better then comedy central. BTW - I thought McClintock was actually the best candidate out there.
Posted by Jarhead 2003-10-8 10:04:44 PM||   2003-10-8 10:04:44 PM|| Front Page Top

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