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Old 10-02-2008, 06:05 PM
 
Location: San Gabriel Valley, CA
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so why dont you drop out of this forum?
We will have a winner in November regardless of what happens...
Because:

a. These are two different issues.
b. Discussing who will be next President of the United States warrants, to my mind anyway (apparently not yours), just a bit more discussion than, say, "How come there's a crease in that birth certificate? It's obviously a fake!" and other such desperation commentary.
c. I like to laugh, and nothing right now is so jab-worthy as this election...and the way certain people jump all around like they're on fire over the most idiotic, insignificant things. It's like an ongoing, everyday SNL skit except with real people.

Do you have any other questions?

Do any of them have to do with the topic? Even loosely, I mean. Just curious.
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Old 10-02-2008, 06:09 PM
 
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
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uhhh sure.

I didn't know we needed your permission to have a debate about his nationality or credentials. It may not be important to YOU, but it is important to a lot of people. If it wasn't then this would've been a 1 post thread.

I see 10 Palin threads about garbage....and you want to pick this one to scold everyone lol

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Because:

a. These are two different issues.
b. Discussing who will be next President of the United States warrants, to my mind anyway (apparently not yours), just a bit more discussion than, say, "How come there's a crease in that birth certificate? It's obviously a fake!" and other such desperation commentary.
c. I like to laugh, and nothing right now is so jab-worthy as this election...and the way certain people jump all around like they're on fire over the most idiotic, insignificant things. It's like an ongoing, everyday SNL skit except with real people.

Do you have any other questions?

Do any of them have to do with the topic? Even loosely, I mean. Just curious.
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Old 10-02-2008, 06:12 PM
 
Location: San Gabriel Valley, CA
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uhhh sure.

I didn't know we needed your permission to have a debate about his nationality or credentials.
You don't. (shrug) You can argue about this for another 20 pages, as far as I know (I don't know what the terms are on here about cutting off threads at a certain length or anything). And by the same token, I have every right to express my opinion, which is exactly as I stated it: This is an AWFUL lot of running around and freaking out to "prove" or "disprove" something that you can't prove or disprove. Only three pieces of evidence can, and they'll appear of they won't (personally I'm sure they will).

That's my opinion on the matter; what exactly was your problem with that, again? My opinion is hurting you how, exactly?
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Old 10-02-2008, 06:15 PM
 
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
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let us debate! lol

I see your point, but this is one crazy election.
History is going to happen no matter who gets voted in, and everyone is jittery.



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You don't. (shrug) You can argue about this for another 20 pages, as far as I know (I don't know what the terms are on here about cutting off threads at a certain length or anything). And by the same token, I have every right to express my opinion, which is exactly as I stated it: This is an AWFUL lot of running around and freaking out to "prove" or "disprove" something that you can't prove or disprove. Only three pieces of evidence can, and they'll appear of they won't (personally I'm sure they will).

That's my opinion on the matter; what exactly was your problem with that, again? My opinion is hurting you how, exactly?
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Old 10-02-2008, 06:15 PM
 
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You don't. (shrug) You can argue about this for another 20 pages, as far as I know (I don't know what the terms are on here about cutting off threads at a certain length or anything). And by the same token, I have every right to express my opinion, which is exactly as I stated it: This is an AWFUL lot of running around and freaking out to "prove" or "disprove" something that you can't prove or disprove. Only three pieces of evidence can, and they'll appear of they won't (personally I'm sure they will).

That's my opinion on the matter; what exactly was your problem with that, again? My opinion is hurting you how, exactly?
It will last until McCain gets a lead in the polls then it will be about Obama tanking and dropping off the ticket so Hillary can step on.
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