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Old 09-30-2007, 03:18 AM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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Anybody remember the old "Underdog" cartoon? One of the villians in that cartoon was Simon Bar Sinister. Guiliani looks exactly like Simon!

I don't see this country emerging from the Dark Ages of Dumb Dubya and the Neocon Neanderthals with Simon Bar Sinister at the helm. Nah gonna happen!
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Old 05-14-2009, 08:26 AM
 
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Question Benedict Bar Sinister

Looks like Simon Bar Sinister has made it to the Vatican! Former Hitler Youth, cover up artist, and now Pope. WAY TO GO SIMON!
Yeah...I can see the resemblence between Rudi and Ratzinger.
Where's CAD?

Dave in TN
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Old 05-14-2009, 08:51 AM
 
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Anybody remember the old "Underdog" cartoon? One of the villians in that cartoon was Simon Bar Sinister. Guiliani looks exactly like Simon!

I don't see this country emerging from the Dark Ages of Dumb Dubya and the Neocon Neanderthals with Simon Bar Sinister at the helm. Nah gonna happen!
Many in NY refer to him as Ghouliani and with good reason.
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Old 05-14-2009, 09:52 AM
 
Location: Chicagoland
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New York State (NY) Poll * May 13, 2009 * New York Gov. Paterson Gets Lo - Quinnipiac University – Hamden, Connecticut

How very interesting you would start a thread like this, considering this poll was just released today;

Ginning up the Left so soon? Worried?

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Cuomo-Giuliani

Cuomo leads Giuliani 47 - 41 percent in a head-to-head matchup, down from a 53 - 36 percent lead April 6. Independent voters have shifted from 49 - 38 percent for Cuomo April 8 to 44 - 40 percent for Giuliani today. In this latest survey, Giuliani leads 80 - 9 percent among Republicans while Democrats back Cuomo 78 - 16 percent. Cuomo leads 76 - 13 percent among black voters and 52 - 40 percent among Hispanics, as white voters go to Giuliani 47 - 42 percent.

"If the Republicans nominate Mayor Giuliani, he beats Paterson by a lot. Cuomo beats Giuliani but that lead is shrinking as independent voters shift to the Republican. That's a trend to watch," Carroll said.
HopeNchange maybe not so popular in NY anymore?
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Old 05-14-2009, 10:45 AM
 
Location: Brooklyn
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There was a poll in the local papers last week indicating that 51% of the people in New York State believe Eliot Spitzer would make a better governor than David Patterson. Considering that it was a sleazy political maneuver by Albany politicians to get rid of Spitzer, there's actually nothing preventing him from running for governor again.

Should such a thing happen, you can forget all about Bar Sinister--oops, I meant Giuliani. In a head-to-head contest between Spitzer and Giuliani, it's no contest. (And I think it would be absolutely fascinating--to say nothing of refreshing--to watch Spitzer take his revenge on the Albany insiders!)
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