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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by iGav, Mar 24, 2004.
I heard that on Stern the other day. Couldn't agree more...
What I really don't understand is how he can even be close in the recent election polls. Everytime he is on the news, he is trying to cover his posterior about something that happened. Even "Slick Willy" wasn't on this much of a defensive. Well, I guess there are two sides to every story.
Actually, I thought it was kind of lame.
I agree with Stern's points for the most part but what's to say Kerry wont be as bad or worse than Bush is with decency issues.
Which is exactly why most people don't vote. Not many people like either of them. It's all about the lesser of 2 evils.
it reminds me of a Budweiser ad campagin from a few years ago, same kind of style etc etc... although now, I'm not sure who came up with it first... I'd figure it was Budweiser... but you never know!
tickled me though....
Actually Bush has a large fan base. Kerry only gets support because he is not bush. You could run a hat rack and it would still be tied about 50%.
Bush is going to win big. I don't think it will be quite Reagan/Mondale big but it won't be pretty.
They still run those ads at least radio ones.
Sterns message is a parody of them.
Kerry is going to win big. I don't think it will be quite Roosevelt/Landon big but it won't be pretty.
i have an odd feeling it'll be 2000 x10, as in 10x the controversy. maybe even constitutional crisis close.
That is just because Democrats and Liberals aren't blind to the faults of leaders. We would *never* be supporting Clinton or Kerry if they tried to pull what Bush has.
That is funny! I'm glad he pissed off Howard Stern. He can convince all his redneck/conservative listeners to vote against Bush
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