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Posted on November 07, 2004 10:20 PM in Elsewhere
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While there are those who disagreed with my sediments last week, it looks like Trent Reznor and I were on the same page:

november fourth.

one step closer to the end of the world. the one-two combo of corporate greed and organized religion apparently proved to be too much for reason, sanity and compassion.

it's a sad and shameful day to be an american.

What significance does this have, you might ask? About as much as those Kerry/Edwards stickers that are still stuck to people's back bumpers.

But so what?

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David M Noriega on November 08, 2004 at 10:25 AM:

I dont know how this may sound, but it really doesnt matter to me. While I would agree that I do not like this new faith based government, I dont mind living through it for a while. Like most of anything, nothing lasts forever. So I'm just moving forward with my studies and waiting to see who steps up next. But the one thing that bothers me is how these people just complain, why not do something? Its fine if you feel shameful, its great that you feel something. So why not put those feelings to good use.

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Bart on November 08, 2004 at 7:32 PM:

You ever gonna get it?

The American public can (and did) distinguish between the current administration all your hyper-inflated "religious crusaders at the door" sillyness. Kerry's hate-mongering PCspeak only fooled the weak and perpetually-self-disenfranchised sheep. I love you ppl, but you gotta out down the crack...

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Bart on November 08, 2004 at 7:38 PM:

You ever gonna get it?

The American public can (and did) distinguish between the current administration all your hyper-inflated "religious crusaders at the door" sillyness. Kerry's hate-mongering PCspeak only fooled the weak and perpetually-self-disenfranchised sheep. I love you ppl, but you gotta out down the crack...

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Janus Daniels on November 17, 2004 at 9:16 PM:

Keep up the good work, and thanks.
Four more wars. Political psychosis has significance, particularly to the more than (according to The Lancet) a hundred thousand dead, and their surviving friends and relatives. At least we know that Bush got most support (see previous posts) from ignorance:
Bush Relatives for Kerry
http://www.bushrelativesforkerry.com/
"As the election approaches, we feel it is our responsibility to speak out about why we are voting for John Kerry, and to do our small part to help America heal from the sickness it has suffered since George Bush was appointed President in 2000. We invite you to read our stories, and please, don't vote for our cousin!"
A Separate Reality
http://www.pipa.org/OnlineReports/Pres_Election_04/Report10_21_04.pdf
"... the current election is unique in that Bush supporters and Kerry supporters have profoundly different perceptions of reality."
[18:01 2004 Oct 28 more, more Bush supporters believe more lies... as time goes by...]

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