Dean Aims to Plug 'Hole' in Resume

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Lifer
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Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
 

Moonbeam

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Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
 

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Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
If the other side is so dumb, how come they are in charge???
 

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Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
I see elitism still hasn't left your persona.:)

CkG
 

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If the other side is so dumb, how come they are in charge???
More money and more ruthless than McCain in early 2000.

Part of the other sides resume . . .
Donald H. Rumsfeld went to Baghdad in March 1984 with instructions to deliver a private message about weapons of mass destruction: that the United States' public criticism of Iraq for using chemical weapons would not derail Washington's attempts to forge a better relationship, according to newly declassified documents.
Nothing like having unimpeachable credentials . . . Bush had none and his foreign policy pointman (Colin who?) has a sordid past . . . and

present.
 

Moonbeam

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Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
I see elitism still hasn't left your persona.:)

CkG
Me? I'm a nobody and dumb as Bush.

 

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Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
I see elitism still hasn't left your persona.:)

CkG
Me? I'm a nobody and dumb as Bush.
OK, I'll amend my statement this time;)

I see elitism is still alive and well.

See, now it isn't dependent on you being in the picture:D

CkG
 

Moonbeam

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Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
I see elitism still hasn't left your persona.:)

CkG
Me? I'm a nobody and dumb as Bush.
OK, I'll amend my statement this time;)

I see elitism is still alive and well.

See, now it isn't dependent on you being in the picture:D

CkG
My quote's still in the picture so so am I.
 

Crazee

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It is great that Dean can recognize he has a hole to fill, Bush hasn't seemed to notice that he has many holes to fill.
 

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Lifer
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Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
I see elitism still hasn't left your persona.:)

CkG
Me? I'm a nobody and dumb as Bush.
OK, I'll amend my statement this time;)

I see elitism is still alive and well.

See, now it isn't dependent on you being in the picture:D

CkG
My quote's still in the picture so so am I.
To which my statement, althought amended, still refers;)

CkG
 

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Lifer
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Originally posted by: Crazee
It is great that Dean can recognize he has a hole to fill, Bush hasn't seemed to notice that he has many holes to fill.
Actually he did;) He surrounded himself with a knowledgeable, experienced and able advisers.:)

But this isn't about Bush, so the diversion isn't necessary.:)

CkG
 

Crazee

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It is not a diversion. Dean admitted that he had a deficiency and he addressed it.


 

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Lifer
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Originally posted by: Crazee
It is not a diversion. Dean admitted that he had a deficiency and he addressed it.
No, the diversion was to bring up Bush;) It's a oft used tactic...by both sides. When defending your guy, bring up the other guy's deficiencies...it's played alot around here.:)

But yes, atleast Dean finally admitted it, but the question still remains - What exactly was he going to teach "Mr.President" about defense if he now admits it's a hole in his resume;) :D

CkG
 

Crazee

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It wasn't a diversion because you brought up Bush first :) Well he could teach him that ordinary troops can't just desert their units and not suffer any consequences. ;)
 
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Originally posted by: Crazee
It is great that Dean can recognize he has a hole to fill, Bush hasn't seemed to notice that he has many holes to fill.
You're speaking to the holes in the judicial branch, right? I hear you, sir....sure wish the (D) would stop filibustering every minority he puts forward...
 
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Originally posted by: Crazee
It wasn't a diversion because you brought up Bush first :) Well he could teach him that ordinary troops can't just desert their units and not suffer any consequences. ;)

I thought they could if they went to Communist Russia and grew a beard?
 

Moonbeam

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Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
I see elitism still hasn't left your persona.:)

CkG
Me? I'm a nobody and dumb as Bush.
OK, I'll amend my statement this time;)

I see elitism is still alive and well.

See, now it isn't dependent on you being in the picture:D

CkG
My quote's still in the picture so so am I.
To which my statement, althought amended, still refers;)

CkG
Which means it's still dependent on me being in the picture.

 

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Lifer
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Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Originally posted by: Shanti
Dean / Clark for 2004 !!!

You have to admit, it would be an interesting combination.
It would indeed. A combined IQ orders of magnitude beyond the other side. And they both speak English not Hypnosis and Dumb.
I see elitism still hasn't left your persona.:)

CkG
Me? I'm a nobody and dumb as Bush.
OK, I'll amend my statement this time;)

I see elitism is still alive and well.

See, now it isn't dependent on you being in the picture:D

CkG
My quote's still in the picture so so am I.
To which my statement, althought amended, still refers;)

CkG
Which means it's still dependent on me being in the picture.
No, the statement is not dependent on you being in the picture. See, that's what a person means when they post- "now it isn't dependent on you being in the picture" But whatever, this silly little game is over, we can continue if you'd like but there are more important things to discuss than your IQ quip and duck;)

Now back to dean's hole.

CkG
 

Crazee

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Originally posted by: xxxxxJohnGaltxxxxx
Originally posted by: Crazee
It is great that Dean can recognize he has a hole to fill, Bush hasn't seemed to notice that he has many holes to fill.
You're speaking to the holes in the judicial branch, right? I hear you, sir....sure wish the (D) would stop filibustering every minority he puts forward...
Now that is hilarious considering the Republicans held up Clinton's appointments over the last 2 years of his last term that they acted on the least amount of appointments over the last 40 years.

Republicans argue that the appointment of judges is more than just a numbers game, that senators are simply fulfilling their constitutional duties by rejecting candidates they believe are unfit for the job. Republican Whip Tom DeLay of Texas said earlier this month that judges "need to be intimidated. They need to uphold the Constitution." If not, "We're going to go after them in a big way."
Kinda of ironic isn't it :D
 

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Originally posted by: xxxxxJohnGaltxxxxx
Originally posted by: Crazee
It is great that Dean can recognize he has a hole to fill, Bush hasn't seemed to notice that he has many holes to fill.
You're speaking to the holes in the judicial branch, right? I hear you, sir....sure wish the (D) would stop filibustering every minority he puts forward...
Who thought of the idea to spin the blocking of judicial nominees as racism? Its a really good one, and while completely false, I applaud the right wing spinmaster who came up with it. Karl Rove maybe? :beer:
 

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