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Subjecthttp://www.sorryeverybody.com/ Reply to this message
Posted byWild Guardian
Posted on11/05/04 12:37 PM



I like this

MVK Design



Subjectlmao... people are fucking stupid. new Reply to this message
Posted bySilentAce
Posted on11/05/04 12:56 PM



like electing kerry will stop terorism... or even the war ha


SubjectSuch insight -nt- thanks new Reply to this message
Posted byMitaine
Posted on11/05/04 01:04 PM



> like electing kerry will stop terorism... or even the war ha
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Subjectno problem bob new Reply to this message
Posted bySilentAce
Posted on11/05/04 01:17 PM



If you want some input i can give you some. But no matter how much people bitch and moan nothing is going to change. No one can tell anyone if bush got information or not. If he chose to fuck up or not. No one knows but bush and maybe a few other people under him. Choices are made for a reason... bush didn't just say here flip this coin and if its heads we goto war and if not i will work on welfare and economy for the next 6 months. I am sick of people bitching about how fucking bad bush is. EVERY PRESIDENT HAS TO DO SHIT THAT PEOPLE WON'T LIKE! and to say what this website says that 49% of people hate bush is total bullshit. I can say for sure that not all that voted for kerry hate bush. Hell i would say about half if not more just liked kerry more... they like his views and how he wanted to govern us... not that they hated bush. Fucking cock whores /end uneducated rant


SubjectThis one is priceless... new Reply to this message
Posted byDeath Knight
Posted on11/05/04 01:22 PM






Gives us a kiss precious.


SubjectI'm not sorry. Kiss my yankee doodle ass new Reply to this message
Posted byCereal Killer
Posted on11/05/04 01:38 PM



If 49% of the population want to piss and moan for four years, knock yourselves the fuck out. I'd see it as fucking comedy for the other 51%, except they all have jobs and are too busy to watch. And all those fags on that site look like they could use a bath.




SubjectRe: http://www.sorryeverybody.com/ new Reply to this message
Posted byVmprHntrD
Posted on11/05/04 06:01 PM



> I like this
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I'm not sorry...hell those whiney pricks need to grow the fuck up. And considering the turnout numbers and divide by how many people bothered to vote (around 60%) really only 1/3 of the nation TRULY hates bush because otherwise this so-called majority of haters could have ousted him with ease. And furthermore, Kerry being in couldn't magically make terrorists love America and be our best friends. Hell many of his votes were just for 'anyone but bush' type people, so that's not any form of mandate for Kerry either.

Some people I think just like to be attention whores and bring attention to crap most don't care about... wish they'd just stop.




SubjectI'm sorry that 49% of the US citizens are emo hippies. new Reply to this message
Posted bySatsuNoHiTo
Posted on11/05/04 06:08 PM



I don't understand why they don't just leave the US if they don't like it here.

Hundreds of years ago people didn't like living in Europe so they moved to North America. Today's complainers should migrate themselves elsewhere if they don't like how the country is run.

The only thing I really dislike about the US is the rising number of people that won't accept responsibility for their own actions. Stupid lawsuits because someone hurt themselves doing something they shouldn't have.




SubjectLots of people are new Reply to this message
Posted byHalcyon
Posted on11/05/04 06:26 PM



> I don't understand why they don't just leave the US if they don't like it here.

Some won't leave the home they've had their entire lives just because of a 4 year speedbump though. That's a little unrealistic.

As for the "Sorryeverybody.com" web site... I saw something on the news earlier and it seems that 80% of the rest of the world is upset at how the US is handling things. It seems that people in the US are siding with them and are trying to absolve themselves. The rest of the US are siding with those that are doing something about it. I wonder if the other countries are doing something about it in their own way or if it is impossible with the US's intervention, i.e. the two sides might conflict. Bush said "You're either with us or against us" implying that he doesn't wish to compromise his plan, so if anyone wants to do anything else they have the U.S. possibly preventing them from doing something.


SubjectRe: I'm sorry that 49% of the US citizens are emo hippies. new Reply to this message
Posted byVmprHntrD
Posted on11/06/04 02:11 PM



> I don't understand why they don't just leave the US if they don't like it here.
>
> Hundreds of years ago people didn't like living in Europe so they moved to North
> America. Today's complainers should migrate themselves elsewhere if they don't
> like how the country is run.
>
> The only thing I really dislike about the US is the rising number of people that
> won't accept responsibility for their own actions. Stupid lawsuits because
> someone hurt themselves doing something they shouldn't have.
>
>


Couldn't agree more with you on both points. Also mentioned in the post just above, it's hardly a 4year speed bump. For about 2 decades now or so despite of Clinton, the Democrat party has been losing a lot of support and have lost their focus on a true party stance. Due to their backbiting, desire to tax more yet not fix anything, and their apparant lack of a direction for morals it's cost them. The nation on the whole is moderate but to a conservative side of things, much more so with any form of christian belief system in place in many too. Due to this the republican part with (despite bush + deficit) desire to balance books (see: rep congress first years under clinton with/Contract w/ America), morality, christian influence, national security strength, want for tort reform, want for killing frivolous lawsuits, and want for lowering taxes and removing the horrid marriage and death tax (which is up for permanent approval in the next year or two) the party looks VERY favorable to many more than Democrats.

Up until the mid-80s to 90 it was a documented fact more people were democrat and, the more people who turned out to vote, the more seats the democrats would win in congress. Since the early-mid 90s it's shifted to the opposite. And now with the senate being like 4 seats short of an unopposed majority, and the house not much behind... it proves the balance of power has shifted for some time to come. If the democrats can form a new STRONG party line, stick to it, be less hateful, and appeal more to the center... the rep's will get owned in kind. Just wait 2 years I predict the congress seats up then will break even or get another +1 or something republicans in both.




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