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ZOT!!! Moonbat Mourning Will Go On Until the Crack of Doom
The Crisis Papers ^ | Ernest Partridge

Posted on 04/16/2005 11:59:04 AM PDT by grape seed

By late summer, 2006, the United States is in a desperate condition. Following the collapse of the dollar in international currency markets, there has been a cascade of business failures and mortgage foreclosures, and a precipitous rise in unemployment, as the US economy slides inexorably into a depression. Meanwhile, the June 2005 American attack on Iran and the continuing war in Iraq has made the United States an international pariah state; thus the community of nations shows no inclination whatever to rescue the United States from its economic collapse.

In the run-up to the 2006 election, the mainstream media has once again fallen in line behind the Republicans, blaming the depression on the Clinton Administration, al Qaeda, and/or betrayal by “the Old Europe.” The crimes and outrages of the Bush/GOP syndicate have been unreported by the media, as Democratic war veterans running for office against GOP draft dodgers have once again been castigated as “unpatriotic.”

For their part, Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, and the religious right have proclaimed that these economic and diplomatic catastrophes manifest God’s judgment on the American people for their toleration of gays, abortion, the ACLU, the teaching of evolution, and independent judges.

This time, the public is unconvinced by the GOP propaganda, as massive protest demonstrations erupt throughout the country. Finally fed up with the lies and greed of the GOP, and finally aware of just how much their livelihood and their future has been plundered by Bushenomics, more than two-thirds of the voters are about to go to the polls determined to throw out the Republican Congress.

While a few honest polls forecast a landslide victory for the Democrats, most of these polls have not been published.

The Republican-owned and Republican-coded “black-box” voting machines once again perform as intended, and the Republicans retain control of Congress.

The astonished and disappointed public is once again told to “get over it.”

Beyond that, my crystal ball becomes cloudy.

The implied question in this scenario is clear: If GOP partisans own the voting machines, count the votes, refuse to allow independent validation of the tallies, and if the Republicans choose to take advantage of this opportunity for fraud, is there any way – any way at all – that the Democrats could win the 2006 election and regain control of Congress?

If not, then why do the Democrats persist in looking hopefully to 2006 - “the next time.” After all, 2002 and 2004 were “the next time,” and there is abundant evidence that in both cases, the peoples’ will was reversed by the Diebold and ES&S black boxes.

Clearly, the Democratic Party and its allies look forward to “victory” in 2006 because they are in denial: they simply cannot bring themselves to face the compelling evidence that in the United States today, the electoral process is rigged, thus the will of the people is irrelevant to the governance of the nation, and thus the United States has ceased to be a democracy.

Neither the 2004 Democratic Party candidate, John Kerry, nor the Party’s Chairman, Howard Dean, will publicly entertain the very notion that “the fix is in.” The issue of electoral fraud is simply not on the agenda of the Democratic National Committee. Prominent progressives such as Vermont’s Bernie Sanders, Al Franken, Paul Begala, and Arianna Huffington insist that Bush won the election, “fair and square,” and that the “anomalies” in Florida and Ohio were not sufficient to have determined the outcome. As for the media, actor and activist Peter Coyote reports that there is a “lock-down” order throughout the mainstream media that the issue of electoral integrity is simply not to be mentioned. Violation of the order can be a career-ender. And in fact, with the exception of Keith Olberman, one is hard-pressed to identify anyone in the MSM who has mentioned the issue.

And so today, political discourse is captivated by the assumption that in 2004 George Bush won a majority of both the popular and the electoral votes, and thus, unlike 2000, is now the indisputably legitimate President of the United States. In addition, it is assumed without debate that the Republicans have legitimate control of the Congress. The “success” of the Republicans and the “failure” of the Democrats is now the “frame” within which all political discussion resides.

Suppose instead that in 2002 and 2004 every intended vote had been correctly counted, and as a result John Kerry was now the President, and the Democrats controlled the Senate and quite possibly the House as well. The pundits would now be writing about the resurgence of liberalism and the Democratic Party, and, at the same time, speculating as to the causes of the “failure” of The Right, and the public’s rejection of George Bush.

The evidence of massive election fraud in 2004 is compelling, and continues to accumulate, despite the media “lock-down.” Just last week, a group of university statisticians released a report which calculates at a million to one the probability that the discrepancy between the exit polls (indicating a Kerry victory) and the final results was due to random error. Because I have discussed at length the evidence for fraud in the 2004 election, I will not repeat it here. But for those who wish to have yet another look at the evidence, see The Crisis Papers page, “Was Election 2004 a Fraud?” Suffice to say that as the evidence accumulates, the media remains mute and the public remains unconcerned.

Clear, contrary evidence that the election returns were accurate and the outcome legitimate is simply non-existent. This is so, because the election procedure was designed not to provide validation. The software source-codes were secret, there was no paper record, and there was no parallel validation procedure for the centralized compilation of voting totals. To the repeated plea for validation, all that the voting-machine technicians could say is “trust us” – “us” being partisan Republicans who built, coded, and operated the “black box” voting machines.

Aside from the now-familiar GOP retorts of “get over it!” and “don’t be paranoid,” the crux of the case of electoral legitimacy is “they wouldn’t dare rig the election,” or alternatively, “the Republicans have too much respect for our democracy to do such a thing.”

With much less provocation than this, the citizens of Ukraine and the Republic of Georgia demanded, and got, new elections, which reversed the outcomes of the corrupted elections.

As most “CSI” and “Law and Order” viewers are well aware, in their search for suspects, detectives look first of all for “means, motive and opportunity.”

The “means” for election fraud are so obvious and indisputable that even the Republicans will not dispute them. The “means,” of course, are the machines and secret software of the Diebold and ES&S corporations that recorded more than 30% of the votes cast, and 80% of the votes centrally compiled, in the 2004 Presidential election.

The lack of an independent paper record or any other mode of verification, the minuscule chance of discovery, and the accommodating silence of the media provides the “opportunity.”

There remains the question of motive.

Remember, first of all, that 2004 was not an ordinary Presidential re-election contest whereby the incumbent, should he lose, graciously concedes to the winner and then retires to play golf, give speeches at one-hundred grand a pop, or even do sufficient good deeds to eventually win a Nobel Peace Prize.

In this election, the stakes were much higher. The Republicans gathered and invested a half billion dollars in order to win, and they did so for good reason. In Bush’s first term, billions of dollars were transferred from the poor, the middle class, the federal treasury, and future generations, to the super-wealthy, with many billions more to come in a second Bush term. Many of Bush’s friends and benefactors, possibly including his Vice President, have engaged in massive graft and bribery – for example, hundreds of millions of dollars of Iraq reconstruction funds “lost” by Halliburton, and billions of dollars of California utility bills swindled by Enron. Still more crimes: Condi Rice’s perjury before the 9/11 commission, the “outing”of CIA agent Valerie Plame, Tom DeLay’s attempted bribery of Congressman Nick Smith, and the worst crime of all, the theft of the national elections of 2000, 2002, and now 2004. God only knows what else a Democratic Attorney General and Democratic Congressional investigations might uncover.

The Bush syndicate did not simply wish to stay in office. They had an even greater motive to stay out of the Federal slammer.

So it comes down to this: In the 2004 election, the Bush team and the Republican party had a treasure trove of means and opportunity dropped in their laps. They could, if they chose, “key in” any election result they wanted; for example, they could “swing” a Senate race by nine points or a Governor’s race by fifteen points (as it appears they did in Georgia, 2002). And, if the 2004 early exit polls were in fact accurate, in the Presidential race it now appears that they could drop the Democrat’s percentage by five points, and boost the Republican’s total by the same amount. Thanks to the secret codes and “back-door access” to the voting machines, and thanks in addition to the cooperation of the corporate media, they could do all this without fear of detection.

Mindful of the record of this Administration during the past four years, the enormous personal and financial consequences, as noted above, of an election defeat, and the likelihood of that defeat as indicated by the polls, can we really expect them to have said, in effect, “yes, we could steal this election without consequence, but it wouldn’t be right, so we choose to be honest”?

If you believe this, then I have a stack of Enron stock that I’d like to sell you.

Clearly, the Bush syndicate had abundant means, motive and opportunity to commit a crime against the state, in a word treason, and there is compelling evidence that they have done just that. Neither the enforced silence of the media nor the cowardly inaction of the Democrats mitigate this evidence by one iota.

The over-arching question, then, is “when will the public wake up to this silent coup d’etat?”

For the issue before us is no longer the protection of American democracy. It’s too late for that. The issue instead is the restoration of American democracy.

And at the moment, that issue is very much in doubt.


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1 posted on 04/16/2005 11:59:04 AM PDT by grape seed
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To: grape seed

In before the ZOT!!


2 posted on 04/16/2005 12:00:07 PM PDT by DTogo (U.S. out of the U.N. & U.N out of the U.S.)
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To: grape seed; MeekOneGOP; Conspiracy Guy

LOL!!!!!


this one is great!!! LOL!!!!


3 posted on 04/16/2005 12:00:59 PM PDT by MikefromOhio (Iohannes Paulus II, Requiescat in Pacem)
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To: grape seed
grape seed

member since April 16, 2005

4 posted on 04/16/2005 12:01:07 PM PDT by lormand (George W. Bush is saving your ass, whether you like it or not.)
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To: grape seed

"While a few honest polls forecast a landslide victory for the Democrats, most of these polls have not been published."



You owe me a new monitor for that joke.


6 posted on 04/16/2005 12:10:07 PM PDT by cripplecreek (I'm apathetic but really don't care.)
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To: cripplecreek

And that was where I stopped reading. Rubbish.


7 posted on 04/16/2005 12:11:15 PM PDT by Raffus (Thanks to all Veterans for their service to our Country.)
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To: cripplecreek
Excerpt from first draft of this article After Democrats are elected, flowers and rainbows will pop up everywhere. It will never rain and we can live in the 60's again!
8 posted on 04/16/2005 12:11:39 PM PDT by el_doctor2
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To: Raffus

Straight out of the DUmmie psychofesto.


9 posted on 04/16/2005 12:12:20 PM PDT by cripplecreek (I'm apathetic but really don't care.)
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To: DTogo

See a shrink.


10 posted on 04/16/2005 12:12:29 PM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (Democrats are losers.)
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To: zoomie2

"we're the biggest buyer of overseas stuff .... China would surely fold ...."

Excellent idea.......there's a bunch more folds out there, too......when can we start?


11 posted on 04/16/2005 12:12:31 PM PDT by Vn_survivor_67-68
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To: DTogo

Another "West Wing" fan (i.e. another reality-challenged Democrat who never got over Gore's loss in 2000, was driven into unrecoverable delusional psychosis by Kerry's loss, and whose only solace now is sucking his thumb and rocking back and forth while watching "West Wing" reruns touting the glory days of the Sheen administration).

LOL.


12 posted on 04/16/2005 12:12:40 PM PDT by Maceman (Too nuanced for a bumper sticker)
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To: cripplecreek

HAHAH!!!
Author: Of course, I took the poll out of me and three of my friends, from the top of EarthFlower, the Tree weve been camping out in to save from Republicans and Christians!


13 posted on 04/16/2005 12:12:56 PM PDT by el_doctor2
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To: lormand
And I wonder how many of our far-right members would agree with this screed. Sounds like some of this could have been written by them.


rdb3 is broadcast live before a
pre-recorded studio audience

14 posted on 04/16/2005 12:13:58 PM PDT by rdb3 (To the world, you're one person. To one person, you may be the world.)
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To: DTogo

Not you DTogo. "grapeseed." Don't know what happened to my post. Technical difficulties I guess.


15 posted on 04/16/2005 12:14:47 PM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (Democrats are losers.)
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To: Raffus
Really? I would have thought trying to finish the first line would have been sufficient!

Now, GrapeSeed, it's back to DUmmyland for you -- your bong's waiting....

16 posted on 04/16/2005 12:15:03 PM PDT by TrueKnightGalahad (It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye. A S-E)
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To: Maceman; PJ-Comix

This "scenario" is a wet dream for DUmmies.


17 posted on 04/16/2005 12:16:33 PM PDT by DTogo (U.S. out of the U.N. & U.N out of the U.S.)
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To: rdb3

LOL!!!


18 posted on 04/16/2005 12:17:53 PM PDT by MikefromOhio (Iohannes Paulus II, Requiescat in Pacem)
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To: TrueKnightGalahad
Well, I knew it was liberal lunacy, but that was the killer.
19 posted on 04/16/2005 12:19:45 PM PDT by Raffus (Thanks to all Veterans for their service to our Country.)
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To: grape seed
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20 posted on 04/16/2005 12:21:25 PM PDT by b4its2late (If you ever reach total enlightenment while drinking beer, I bet it makes beer shoot out your nose.)
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To: el_doctor2
After Democrats are elected, flowers and rainbows will pop up everywhere. It will never rain and we can live in the 60's again!

It would be utopia;),c'mon grape seed,sing along,

21 posted on 04/16/2005 12:21:51 PM PDT by mdittmar (May God watch over those who serve,and have served, to keep us free.)
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To: el_doctor2
Never rain? Try 1934--the Dust Bowl, searing heat from April until October, by far the worst drought of the century. It's interesting that the weather in the United States has gotten much wetter and (excluding the American West) considerably cooler (except spring). Oh, yeah, global warming?
22 posted on 04/16/2005 12:22:58 PM PDT by dufekin (United States of America: a judicial tyranny, not a federal republic)
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To: DTogo

Here are their posted bios, which are pretty much what one would expect: marginal "progressive" academics, with a record of 60's and 70's antiwar activism -- and editorial work for the San Francisco Chronicle.


THE EDITORS' PAGE

Ernest Partridge, Ph.D, and Bernard Weiner, Ph.D, Co-Editors
Elinore Partridge, Ph.D, Editorial Associate
Ariel Dekovic, Editorial Assistant

Until mid-April, Bernard Weiner will be in Europe. However, we expect The Crisis Papers to continue on schedule, unless we indicate otherwise in this space.

April 12: Bernard Weiner reports that he is now in Marakesh, Morocco. While in Germany, he addressed a meeting of Democrats Abroad. He will, no doubt, have a fascinating report for us when he returns.

ABOUT THE EDITORS


Dr. Ernest Partridge is a philosopher with a specialty in moral philosophy (ethics) and environmental ethics. He has taught at several campuses of the University of California and at the University of Colorado. Partridge has published over sixty refereed and invited scholarly papers, and is the editor of Responsibilities to Future Generations (Prometheus, 1981). Most recently, he has contributed numerous articles to progressive websites. He is the editor and sole writer of the website, The Online Gadfly. He resides in the San Bernardino mountains, east of Los Angeles.


Recent Web Publications:
Why Should I Pay for Someone Else's Education?
For Tax Refuseniks: A Modest Proposal.
A Master Morality
More of Ernest Partridge's Web Publications


Dr. Bernard Weiner has taught American politics and international relations at Western Washington University and San Diego State University. He was an anti-war activist and activist journalist in the ‘60s and '70s, and served as an editor of Northwest Passage in the Pacific Northwest. He was with the San Francisco Chronicle for nearly twenty years as a writer/editor/critic, and has published in The Nation, Village Voice, The Progressive, CounterPunch, The Progressive Populist, and widely on the internet. He is the author of “Boy Into Man: A Fathers’ Guide to Initiation of Teenage Sons” (Transformation Press), four volumes of poetry, and numerous plays. He lives in San Francisco.


23 posted on 04/16/2005 12:30:26 PM PDT by Rockingham
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To: grape seed; MeekOneGOP; Conspiracy Guy; All
Bummer. Looks like they're on to us.
Commence shredding documents.
24 posted on 04/16/2005 12:38:27 PM PDT by labette
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To: blackbart.223; speedy; HitmanNY; NYTexan; bitt; Stellar Dendrite; Glenn; Lokibob; kellynla; ...

For your amusement, ping!


25 posted on 04/16/2005 12:44:00 PM PDT by writer33 ("In Defense of Liberty," a political thriller, released in March. Buy it. I need new shoes. :))
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To: writer33; grape seed

Grape seed...as in your brain is as small as???


26 posted on 04/16/2005 12:45:57 PM PDT by StarCMC (It's God's job to forgive Bin Laden; it's our job to arrange the meeting.)
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To: StarCMC
Grape seed...as in your brain is as small as???

Broaden your mind, Star. I know it's an instinctive, knee-jerking, jackbooted approach, but try. Please try. :)

27 posted on 04/16/2005 12:52:13 PM PDT by writer33 ("In Defense of Liberty," a political thriller, released in March. Buy it. I need new shoes. :))
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To: writer33; grape seed

Diebold, the Dems's new Haliburton.


28 posted on 04/16/2005 12:53:37 PM PDT by Darkwolf (Yankee Agnostic Free-Speech Advocate)
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"While a few honest polls forecast a landslide victory for the Democrats, most of these polls have not been published."

That's the line I love best. It's kind of like saying "Hilary's already won the presidency, the polls just haven't opened yet."

29 posted on 04/16/2005 12:54:58 PM PDT by Darkwolf (Yankee Agnostic Free-Speech Advocate)
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To: grape seed; MikeinIraq; writer33; 4mycountry; TheBigB; VRWCmember; Zavien Doombringer; jriemer; ...
Bye, Grape seed.

Or is that SOUR Grapes??

"He's dead, Jim!"


Please let me know if you want ON or OFF my Viking Kitty/ZOT ping list!. . .don't be shy.


30 posted on 04/16/2005 1:01:15 PM PDT by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: MikeinIraq
Man! I came when you pinged, but the thread was pulled. :(

31 posted on 04/16/2005 1:02:41 PM PDT by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: writer33

((LOL))


32 posted on 04/16/2005 1:02:44 PM PDT by E.G.C.
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To: labette
Commence shredding documents.

SHHHH!! You should know better than give instructions in code! Turn decoder ring to "4" and recode: vu7ghi 8eb%n4bc fkh@ih**e wo3m6sn!

HWC*J#V!

Sheesh! :-)

33 posted on 04/16/2005 1:02:56 PM PDT by TrueKnightGalahad (It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye. A S-E)
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To: Darkwolf

Hillary to be Named: Queen of America. :)


34 posted on 04/16/2005 1:03:26 PM PDT by writer33 ("In Defense of Liberty," a political thriller, released in March. Buy it. I need new shoes. :))
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To: MeekOneGOP

Whew! I wondered when the call for the Kitties would go out!!


35 posted on 04/16/2005 1:03:47 PM PDT by TrueKnightGalahad (It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye. A S-E)
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To: grape seed

wonder how many rolls of tin foil this guy uses in a day?


36 posted on 04/16/2005 1:05:50 PM PDT by NoClones
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To: grape seed; tiamat

I believe you asked to be pinged when I run my DU opus. Let me run some finishing touches on it and I'll post it over there.


37 posted on 04/16/2005 1:06:45 PM PDT by WinOne4TheGipper (Go ahead, DUmmies, remove Bush. "President Cheney" has a nice ring to it...)
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To: writer33
At first I thought you wrote this but not even you could dream this up. lol

The Republican-owned and Republican-coded “black-box” voting machines once again perform as intended, and the Republicans retain control of Congress.

38 posted on 04/16/2005 1:08:25 PM PDT by Aquamarine
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To: grape seed
...blaming the depression on the Clinton Administration

Well, I know I was depressed during the Clinton Administration!

I think you meant to post this on the Delusional Underground forum.

39 posted on 04/16/2005 1:09:00 PM PDT by Misty Memory (Why is it that most of the Wild Turkey's on FR look more like vultures?)
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To: grape seed

40 posted on 04/16/2005 1:12:17 PM PDT by Aquamarine
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To: MeekOneGOP

my GOD they're out in force today.


41 posted on 04/16/2005 1:12:56 PM PDT by King Prout (blast and char it among fetid buzzard guts!)
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To: writer33

LOL!

Thanks for the much needed laff. ;o)


42 posted on 04/16/2005 1:14:17 PM PDT by dixiechick2000 (President Bush is a mensch in cowboy boots.)
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To: Aquamarine

We own all the black boxes, much to the chagrin of liberals across the globe. And how that tears me up so....

:) Hehe!


43 posted on 04/16/2005 1:15:31 PM PDT by writer33 ("In Defense of Liberty," a political thriller, released in March. Buy it. I need new shoes. :))
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To: writer33

All your black boxes are belong to us! :-)


44 posted on 04/16/2005 1:16:57 PM PDT by TrueKnightGalahad (It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye. A S-E)
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To: dixiechick2000

Glad you enjoyed the laugh. That's straight from the conspiracy theorists of the world closet. :)

And there's even a conspiracy going on right there in Multnomah County. It's a Republican judge, smiting down gays and lesbians from marriage. How could you, dc? :)


45 posted on 04/16/2005 1:17:15 PM PDT by writer33 ("In Defense of Liberty," a political thriller, released in March. Buy it. I need new shoes. :))
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To: TrueKnightGalahad
I came to the thread right after Mike pinged me in #3,
but the thread was pulled.

Then a little later, I see MORE pings here. They put
the thread back up after ZOTTING this Troll.


46 posted on 04/16/2005 1:18:03 PM PDT by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: King Prout
They sure ARE! :^O

47 posted on 04/16/2005 1:18:38 PM PDT by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: MeekOneGOP

Yeah, I saw that. Thanks, Mods -- just because someone is zotted, doesn't mean we can't still have lots of fun zotting him again and again and again! :-) Kitties, nukes, pancakes -- bring 'em on!


48 posted on 04/16/2005 1:21:12 PM PDT by TrueKnightGalahad (It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye. A S-E)
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To: writer33

"And there's even a conspiracy going on right there in Multnomah County. It's a Republican judge, smiting down gays and lesbians from marriage. How could you, dc? :)"


Dang! That one musta slipped through the cracks.
Gotta do something about that judge. ;o)


49 posted on 04/16/2005 1:21:19 PM PDT by dixiechick2000 (President Bush is a mensch in cowboy boots.)
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To: grape seed
2002 and 2004 were “the next time,”

This is the first time I have seen reference to the 2002 elections. Clearly, the most "progressive" attribute of these lunatics is their worsening mental pathology..

50 posted on 04/16/2005 1:26:18 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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