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  1. Joseph_Botwinick

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    Post Election Selection Trauma?

    I would like to hear your stories? Who knows? It might even be therapeutic for you to let it all out. [​IMG]

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    I predicted another pro-abortion liberal would beat out the pro-life conservative.

    And it happened.

    Christians were already aware of that. So we aren't traumatized.

    Just disappointed that so many Christians bypassed Peroutka, because "a real prolife candidate can't win." And then they made sure, by voting for the pro-abortion candidate.

    And then Bush's first appointment was a former Texas jurist, who had just made sure that a minor did not have to inform her parents when she got an abortion.

    Just to rub it in a little. He must think we are all fools.
     
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    Yes: Rush Limbaugh is offering help with Post Election Selection Trauma. I think Sean Hannity is as well.......
     
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    Don't laugh. There's some doctor in Fla. treating people for PTS because of Bush winning and 'curing' them with therapy and drugs.
     
  6. Enoch

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    I am so sorry that makes me [​IMG] more. They just need to grow up and get a life.
     
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    Isn't that the truth!
     
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    Flashback: October 6, 1999
    LIMBAUGH: BUSH "NO CONSERVATIVE"

    Conservative talkmeister Rush Limbaugh blasted away at George W. Bush with both barrels today, stoking a possible clash between grass-roots conservatives and the front-running candidate who is already pursuing a centerist general election strategy.

    "He's really wandered off the reservation here lately folks," Limbaugh intoned, before making the case against the recent Bush positioning.

    "In my mind," he told his listeners, "no conservative running for president would make the kind of statements that he's made. No conservative running for president would leave his philosophical brothers and sisters dying on the congressional battlefield the way Bush did with that EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) thing. And now he's done it again with the speech at the Manhattan Institute. He's done it twice in seven or eight days time."

    "This obviously is a carefully crafted strategy." Limbaugh continued. "What it means is that solid conservatives from Tom DeLay to Dick Armey, who are doing all they can to eke out small majorities and beat back Clinton and all his Big Government schemes-issue after issue-end up being emasculated by Bush's comments."

    "Who wants a Republican moderate as president?" Limbaugh asked, a question the Bush camp must hope that other conservatives don't begin asking.

    Source: National Review
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Yes, your side won. I have already admitted that. Now, let's see what happens with the "mandate" that President Bush was given. Thre must be something behind that term, because I sure have heard it said by many different people.

    Judging by the news the last few days, I think that it is obvious.
     
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    BaptistinRichmond, sorry I had no idea you voted for Kerry and my [​IMG] was not directed towards you.
     
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    I apologize to anyone who wanted to post for therapeutic reasons.
    I will stop laughing now so you can post. :cool: But can I smile? :D
     
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    Please: it absolutely was directed towards me, albeit indirectly. I am okay with that, and I am not insulted/offended/upset/etc. in any way. I am not suffering from PEST so I guess I don't have to get over it.

    Just remember: according to VP Cheney, the President has a "mandate." I wonder what that means......

    Sure, and I don't think that you need to apologize for anything. I would suggest that you work on your apologies, as they seem to imply sarcasm, not sincerity.
     
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    I wrote:
    BaptistinRichmond wrote:
    I really had no idea and my comments had nothing to do with you. It is hard to keep track of who is who here. And notice I am not laughing anymore. [​IMG] Just smiling. [​IMG] Come on BaptistinRichmond, you know it is a little funny?
     
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    Yeah, I knew, which is why I said it was "indirectly" directed at me. I hope that you realize that I am not mad/upset/offended by any comments made by you or anyone else in this discussion.

    Oh, no: go ahead and laugh. Your side won. Enjoy it. As some have noted (particularly Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh), President Bush received the most votes of any presidential candidate in history. [What they do not point out is that John Kerry received the second-most votes of any presidential candidate in history.]
     
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    Too bad, some of those votes came from people named Dick Tracy or Mickey Mouse. [​IMG]

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    Originally posted by Baptist in Richmond:
    What they do not point out is that John Kerry received the second-most votes of any presidential candidate in history.

    What they DO point out is that 78% of registered voters in Georgia voted because of that marriage ammendment. The more people who vote, the higher number of votes candidates will receive.
     
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    Yes, but John Kerry did indeed receive the second-highest votes of any presidential candidate in history.
     
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    Too bad, some of those votes came from people named Dick Tracy or Mickey Mouse. [​IMG]

    Joseph Botwinick </font>[/QUOTE]Ah yes: I heard Rush Limbaugh mention this, as did Sean Hannity. I seem to recall that Laura Ingraham did as well.
     
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    Fortunatley for America, it was in the same election with the guy who got the most votes in American history. Unfortunately for us, the other guy in the election was George Bush.
     

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