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GUEST,282RA BS: Sheehan vs. Pelosi (197* d) RE: BS: Sheehan vs. Pelosi 28 Aug 07

>>The Democrats on this thread are almost parroting Rush Limbaugh with the "can't cut and run" rhetoric. Amazing. The Democrats are adopting the parlance of the fascists they claim to hate. The Democrats think they are going to inherit the White House now, so suddenly a bit of murder and mayhem seems to be the right thing. I hate Democrats. At least Republicans are honest about their fascism. "Better a sober cannibal than a drunken Christian." (Moby Dick)<<

Exactly. They can rant and rail against the war and against Bush like they're really gonna do something if they get a little power. Then they turn around and give Bush all the money he wants to continue his war and allow him to continue warrantless wiretapping after making it sound like the crime of the century before Nov 2006.

I've enough of them. That's why I am unrepentant in saying to the dems: "If you assholes do NOT have us out of this war by Nov. 2008, I will NOT vote for ANYBODY in your party!!" They could end our involvement in this war if they wanted to--don't tell me they couldn't. They just don't want to. When the GOp wanted to make a silk purse from a sow's ear, all we heard was what a stupid, assinine idea that is. Now, all the sudden the dems are saying, "Ya know, this COULD make a nifty silk purse after all."

I've had enough! I don't need or want to hear anymore. No action means they get no vote of mine. I don't want to hear anymore of their words.

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