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Posted: 10/25/2004 11:02:43 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 11:08:51 AM EST by Da_Bunny]
List of people and or organizations going to prison after Kerry takes over

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=132x1164965]List of people and or organizations going to prison after Kerry takes over


I want to get a fully equipped NEO coat.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:05:50 AM EST
Hey you're not supposed to hotlink.

Those guys have really gone off the deep end.

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:08:14 AM EST
Go to jail for having opposing views? Shows how they think. Why do they call themselves Democrats? Must be camouflage.

Let them try to put conservatives in jail.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:09:50 AM EST
That doesn't sound very democratic.


Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:10:23 AM EST
I'm pissed Im not on the list
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:10:30 AM EST
CO Liberal (1000+ posts) Mon Oct-25-04 02:47 PM
Response to Original message

3. I've Got a Few On My Wish List


James Dobson
Jerry Falwell
Pat Robertson
Ralph Reed
Focus On The Family
Christian Coalition
Rush Limbaugh
Sean Hannity
Michael Savage
Laura Ingram
Ann Coulter
Michael Reagan
G. Gordon Liddy (again)
Oliver North (finally)




Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:12:38 AM EST
Bwahahahaha


Nov. 3rd is gonna be fun!
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:14:23 AM EST

Originally Posted By TIMMAH:
Bwahahahaha


Nov. 3rd is gonna be fun!



seriously. there will a long du session. let the hilarity ensue.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:19:10 AM EST
Here someone from DU thinking about loosing the election:


sh0rtbus (626 posts) Mon Oct-25-04 01:17 PM
Original message
Leaving the country is NOT an act of cowardice.

Edited on Mon Oct-25-04 01:19 PM by sh0rtbus
I am sick of being bashed on DU for my plans to change residence and possibly citizenship. The small number of historical American expatriates (including Ernest Hemingway, James Baldwin, Samuel Fuller, and many other great writers and artists) have contributed disproportionately to American culture.

America is a nation of immigrants. Some of us are very comfortable here, but others did not come so long ago and have never been made to feel entirely welcome. How can you condemn those people for trying to find another, better place?

I have been planning to leave the United States since before the 2000 election. I plan to leave still, even if Kerry is elected. It is not an easy task to emigrate legally, but I am working hard at it. There are many reasons for this, but cowardice is not one. Here are some of the highlights:

1. My partner is Arab-American. Not only do I not want to see her "disappeared"; we are both sick of giving money to the government to kill her people. Worse, she is of draftable age. We can't stomach contributing any more to a racist war against ourselves.

2. I am a scholar and an artist. I can't walk two steps in this country without being denigrated for my chosen work and identity. This has not changed since I was in grade school. Almost every other country in the world respects the arts and learning more than America does. I think I will have a more interesting career overseas, and anything that my work could do to "help" America could be done from anywhere.

3. American architecture has become ugly, most of the entertainment is insipid, and the food absolutely hideous. Go ahead and disagree; it won't change my taste.

4. I don't like sports, and I don't feel I should be stigmatized for this in employment and social situations.

Should I go on? The truth is that we are all citizens of the world, and it should be a human right for people to live in places they can stand. Insisting that simply by being born inside a line, people have a responsibility to stay inside that line, puts you in the Republican category in my book. I fight Bush for the sake of the human race, not the stars and stripes.

Democrats, beware: people are leaving whatever you say. If you mock us now, we might not reach out to help you when you need a "coalition of the willing".



Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:21:18 AM EST
You would think that with all those complaints he/she would have left the country by now.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:22:42 AM EST
This girl at work (Liberal) says that republicans should be rounded up and put in internment camps after kerry wins.
I asked her to PLEASE promise me that they would TRY.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:24:13 AM EST

Originally Posted By Mike_Veldhuisen:
This girl at work (Liberal) says that republicans should be rounded up and put in internment camps after kerry wins.
I asked her to PLEASE promise me that they would TRY.



You should ask who is gonna do it.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:26:52 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 11:32:55 AM EST by the]

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:
Here someone from DU thinking about loosing the election:


sh0rtbus (626 posts) Mon Oct-25-04 01:17 PM
Original message
Leaving the country is NOT an act of cowardice.

Edited on Mon Oct-25-04 01:19 PM by sh0rtbus
I am sick of being bashed on DU for my plans to change residence and possibly citizenship. The small number of historical American expatriates (including Ernest Hemingway, James Baldwin, Samuel Fuller, and many other great writers and artists) have contributed disproportionately to American culture.

America is a nation of immigrants. Some of us are very comfortable here, but others did not come so long ago and have never been made to feel entirely welcome. How can you condemn those people for trying to find another, better place?

I have been planning to leave the United States since before the 2000 election. I plan to leave still, even if Kerry is elected. It is not an easy task to emigrate legally, but I am working hard at it. There are many reasons for this, but cowardice is not one. Here are some of the highlights:

1. My partner is Arab-American. Not only do I not want to see her "disappeared"; we are both sick of giving money to the government to kill her people. Worse, she is of draftable age. We can't stomach contributing any more to a racist war against ourselves.

2. I am a scholar and an artist. I can't walk two steps in this country without being denigrated for my chosen work and identity. This has not changed since I was in grade school. Almost every other country in the world respects the arts and learning more than America does. I think I will have a more interesting career overseas, and anything that my work could do to "help" America could be done from anywhere.

3. American architecture has become ugly, most of the entertainment is insipid, and the food absolutely hideous. Go ahead and disagree; it won't change my taste.

4. I don't like sports, and I don't feel I should be stigmatized for this in employment and social situations.

Should I go on? The truth is that we are all citizens of the world, and it should be a human right for people to live in places they can stand. Insisting that simply by being born inside a line, people have a responsibility to stay inside that line, puts you in the Republican category in my book. I fight Bush for the sake of the human race, not the stars and stripes.

Democrats, beware: people are leaving whatever you say. If you mock us now, we might not reach out to help you when you need a "coalition of the willing".





Wow. Nice example of the liberal pathology. Persecution fantasies? Check. Messiah complex? Check. Emotionalism? Check.

People like this leaving the US should be encouraged. I would pay this one's ticket, myself, to GTFO.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:28:11 AM EST

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:

sh0rtbus (626 posts) Mon Oct-25-04 01:17 PM
Original message
Leaving the country is NOT an act of cowardice.


2. I am a self-styled scholar and an artist read: bum who believes himself to be misunderstood and unappreciated by the lesser beings who surround him. I can't walk two steps in this country without being denigrated for my chosen work and identity self-importance, pomposity, and nonproductive lifestyle. I will consider coming back to Amerikkka when the sheeple recognize the inherent value of having a shit-swirling whole-grain artisan fuckstick like myself in their midst.


Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:32:52 AM EST
Oh Shit!
If Bush has lost the lesbian/artist/partenered to a minority demographic, he is DOOMED!
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:33:24 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 11:39:04 AM EST by motown_steve]

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:
CO Liberal (1000+ posts) Mon Oct-25-04 02:47 PM
Response to Original message

3. I've Got a Few On My Wish List


James Dobson
Jerry Falwell
Pat Robertson
Ralph Reed
Focus On The Family
Christian Coalition
Rush Limbaugh
Sean Hannity
Michael Savage
Laura Ingram
Ann Coulter
Michael Reagan
G. Gordon Liddy (again)
Oliver North (finally)







I guess he wants to make it a crime to not be a fag.

ETA - This is also the 479,825th example in the past 6 months of how the left only supports free speech if they agree with what you say.

I'm just glad that WE have the guns!
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:34:52 AM EST
They just fucking TRY it.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:35:49 AM EST
That person "Shortbus" may be willing to relocate, but I doubt that he/she or the partner will give up their American citizenshiphinking.gif
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:37:22 AM EST

Originally Posted By Mike_Veldhuisen:
This girl at work (Liberal) says that republicans should be rounded up and put in internment camps after kerry wins.
I asked her to PLEASE promise me that they would TRY.



First, try introducing her to Josef Stalin. Chances are, she's not heard of him.

If that doesn't work, don't worry. If she gets what she apparently wants, she'll meet him for real.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:39:11 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 11:39:36 AM EST by Breugel]

Originally Posted By Da_Bunny:
List of people and or organizations going to prison after Kerry takes over

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=132x1164965]List of people and or organizations going to prison after Kerry takes over


I want to get a fully equipped NEO coat.



I can not get the cold link to work... Has it been deleted?
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:45:32 AM EST
I would bet a month's salary that the above person will never actually leave the United States Of America. Maybe a month off on sabbatical to tour europe, sure, but to actually relocate permanently, no way. And I would bet a year's salary that that same person will never renounce his/her USA Citizenship.

These people keep promising to do so but they never actually follow through.

-Gator
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:56:36 AM EST
My sister told me that her boyfriend was an artist. My response was, "So how long has he been unemployed?"
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:05:45 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:10:56 PM EST

Originally Posted By Sylvan:
Oh Shit!
If Bush has lost the lesbian/artist/partenered to a minority demographic, he is DOOMED!



Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:13:33 PM EST

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:
Here someone from DU thinking about loosing the election:


sh0rtbus (626 posts) Mon Oct-25-04 01:17 PM
Original message
Leaving the country is NOT an act of cowardice.

Edited on Mon Oct-25-04 01:19 PM by sh0rtbus
I am sick of being bashed on DU for my plans to change residence and possibly citizenship. The small number of historical American expatriates (including Ernest Hemingway, James Baldwin, Samuel Fuller, and many other great writers and artists) have contributed disproportionately to American culture.

America is a nation of immigrants. Some of us are very comfortable here, but others did not come so long ago and have never been made to feel entirely welcome. How can you condemn those people for trying to find another, better place?

I have been planning to leave the United States since before the 2000 election. I plan to leave still, even if Kerry is elected. It is not an easy task to emigrate legally, but I am working hard at it. There are many reasons for this, but cowardice is not one. Here are some of the highlights:

1. My partner is Arab-American. Not only do I not want to see her "disappeared"; we are both sick of giving money to the government to kill her people. Worse, she is of draftable age. We can't stomach contributing any more to a racist war against ourselves.

2. I am a scholar and an artist. I can't walk two steps in this country without being denigrated for my chosen work and identity. This has not changed since I was in grade school. Almost every other country in the world respects the arts and learning more than America does. I think I will have a more interesting career overseas, and anything that my work could do to "help" America could be done from anywhere.

3. American architecture has become ugly, most of the entertainment is insipid, and the food absolutely hideous. Go ahead and disagree; it won't change my taste.

4. I don't like sports, and I don't feel I should be stigmatized for this in employment and social situations.

Should I go on? The truth is that we are all citizens of the world, and it should be a human right for people to live in places they can stand. Insisting that simply by being born inside a line, people have a responsibility to stay inside that line, puts you in the Republican category in my book. I fight Bush for the sake of the human race, not the stars and stripes.

Democrats, beware: people are leaving whatever you say. If you mock us now, we might not reach out to help you when you need a "coalition of the willing".






If her people dont live in the US fucking good ridance to that bitch..
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:19:07 PM EST

Originally Posted By the:
My partner is Arab-American. Not only do I not want to see her "disappeared"; we are both sick of giving money to the government to kill her people. Worse, she is of draftable age. We can't stomach contributing any more to a racist war against ourselves.



Oh, stop!

Please!



My sides hurt! BWAHAHAHA!

WOW! How can ANYONE cram so much SH!T into a SINGLE BULLET POINT?

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:26:26 PM EST

Originally Posted By motown_steve:

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:
CO Liberal (1000+ posts) Mon Oct-25-04 02:47 PM
Response to Original message

3. I've Got a Few On My Wish List


James Dobson
Jerry Falwell
Pat Robertson
Ralph Reed
Focus On The Family
Christian Coalition
Rush Limbaugh
Sean Hannity
Michael Savage
Laura Ingram
Ann Coulter
Michael Reagan
G. Gordon Liddy (again)
Oliver North (finally)







I guess he wants to make it a crime to not be a fag.

ETA - This is also the 479,825th example in the past 6 months of how the left only supports free speech if they agree with what you say.

I'm just glad that WE have the guns!



If this happens, I am going to see if I can get a conjugal visit with Ann.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:28:41 PM EST
I have been sniping for months that liberalism is nothing more than an extension of Leninism. This plan to round up all of the "criminals" is absolutely NO surprise. The DU policy of censorship of "disruptors" and banning of all "counterrevolutionary" speech, rhetoric and dogma should be a crystal clear indication of how liberals in our country think.

The Left can't survive unless the playing field of ideas is tilted. The end of the Fairness Doctrine and the rise of the Internet spelled the doom of "only liberalism...24/7...on all channels". The rise of conservative talk radio, Fox News and some conservative news outlets have finally not only begun to make inroads into what was before a totally liberal media forum, but now, more and more people are tuning into the TRUTH than to Jennings, Brokaw, Rather and Perky Katie. We now have the MRC to ride herd on the media and publish their lies That is why the true leaders of the Left want to see Limbaugh disappear.

The Left can't win a fair fight. They also think nothing of ignoring the Constitution...if only to serve their socialist goals. Their ideas are too fucking communist for Joe Sixpack and Miz Security Mommy to stomach. The Left knows this..so they lie every time they open their pie holes, they censor when they can, they sue when they must and they would, given the power to do so, put every one of us conservatives in a Gulag or simply execute us. Think I'm crazy? Why do you think liberals HATE the idea of an armed citizenry??? What was the FIRST thing that Hitler and Lenin did after taking power? Yes...they disarmed the citizens and made private ownership of firearms a crime. Look at the history of communism and socialist regimes in the world: Remember this: The precedent for purges and Gulag was set by their all time favorite (dead...but NOT forgotten) oligarchy, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

This is the party that Kerry now leads. This is the party that will nominate Hillary Clinton in 2008, should Kerry lose.

More than ANY other thing about the Democrats who control their party now, it is their deep rooted socialism scares me the most. ALL other ideals, goals, plans, etc, have their basis in this.

We must no let them win. Pax Americana and the future of the entire world depend on it.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:30:53 PM EST
Did you forget Chad Clanton, sKerry's campaign manager, telling Sinclair Broadcasting that "They better hope that we don't win"?

They're already making threats and taking names
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:35:14 PM EST

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:
Here someone from DU thinking about loosing the election:


sh0rtbus (626 posts) Mon Oct-25-04 01:17 PM
Original message
Leaving the country is NOT an act of cowardice.

Edited on Mon Oct-25-04 01:19 PM by sh0rtbus
I am sick of being bashed on DU for my plans to change residence and possibly citizenship. The small number of historical American expatriates (including Ernest Hemingway, James Baldwin, Samuel Fuller, and many other great writers and artists) have contributed disproportionately to American culture.

America is a nation of immigrants. Some of us are very comfortable here, but others did not come so long ago and have never been made to feel entirely welcome. How can you condemn those people for trying to find another, better place?

I have been planning to leave the United States since before the 2000 election. I plan to leave still, even if Kerry is elected. It is not an easy task to emigrate legally, but I am working hard at it. There are many reasons for this, but cowardice is not one. Here are some of the highlights:

1. My partner is Arab-American. Not only do I not want to see her "disappeared"; we are both sick of giving money to the government to kill her people. Worse, she is of draftable age. We can't stomach contributing any more to a racist war against ourselves.

2. I am a scholar and an artist. I can't walk two steps in this country without being denigrated for my chosen work and identity. This has not changed since I was in grade school. Almost every other country in the world respects the arts and learning more than America does. I think I will have a more interesting career overseas, and anything that my work could do to "help" America could be done from anywhere.

3. American architecture has become ugly, most of the entertainment is insipid, and the food absolutely hideous. Go ahead and disagree; it won't change my taste.

4. I don't like sports, and I don't feel I should be stigmatized for this in employment and social situations.

Should I go on? The truth is that we are all citizens of the world, and it should be a human right for people to live in places they can stand. Insisting that simply by being born inside a line, people have a responsibility to stay inside that line, puts you in the Republican category in my book. I fight Bush for the sake of the human race, not the stars and stripes.

Democrats, beware: people are leaving whatever you say. If you mock us now, we might not reach out to help you when you need a "coalition of the willing".







shOrtbus, I mean this in the kindest possible way. DON'T LIE THE DOOR HIT YOU WHERE THE GOOD LORD SPLIT YOU! If you don't want to be a part of the greatest country in the World, Quit yer bitchen and move on!

Hessian-1out!
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 12:39:33 PM EST
Come on guys, don't bash all artists. The girls down at the titty bars are artists too! Give em some respect.

Also, if we do ever get picts of stuffed poopers the pooper owners will be artists.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 1:10:57 PM EST

Originally Posted By LWilde:
I have been sniping for months . . . .



Damned fine post. Worth scrolling up to read if you missed it.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 1:27:07 PM EST

Originally Posted By Mike_Veldhuisen:
This girl at work (Liberal) says that republicans should be rounded up and put in internment camps after kerry wins.
I asked her to PLEASE promise me that they would TRY.



Geez, now that doesn't sound like "inclusion and diversity", now does it? Those vermin won't be happy until this is a nation of professional victims, fags, and hippies. Please tell your coworker to encourage the Republican Roundup- I'd love to see a bunch of her kind try to breach my door...
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 1:37:41 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 1:38:10 PM EST by SteyrAUG]
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 1:38:43 PM EST

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:
Here someone from DU thinking about loosing the election:


sh0rtbus (626 posts) Mon Oct-25-04 01:17 PM
Original message
Leaving the country is NOT an act of cowardice.

Edited on Mon Oct-25-04 01:19 PM by sh0rtbus
I am sick of being bashed on DU for my plans to change residence and possibly citizenship. The small number of historical American expatriates (including Ernest Hemingway, James Baldwin, Samuel Fuller, and many other great writers and artists) have contributed disproportionately to American culture.

America is a nation of immigrants. Some of us are very comfortable here, but others did not come so long ago and have never been made to feel entirely welcome. How can you condemn those people for trying to find another, better place?

I have been planning to leave the United States since before the 2000 election. I plan to leave still, even if Kerry is elected. It is not an easy task to emigrate legally, but I am working hard at it. There are many reasons for this, but cowardice is not one. Here are some of the highlights:

1. My partner is Arab-American. Not only do I not want to see her "disappeared"; we are both sick of giving money to the government to kill her people. Worse, she is of draftable age. We can't stomach contributing any more to a racist war against ourselves.

2. I am a scholar and an artist. I can't walk two steps in this country without being denigrated for my chosen work and identity. This has not changed since I was in grade school. Almost every other country in the world respects the arts and learning more than America does. I think I will have a more interesting career overseas, and anything that my work could do to "help" America could be done from anywhere.

3. American architecture has become ugly, most of the entertainment is insipid, and the food absolutely hideous. Go ahead and disagree; it won't change my taste.

4. I don't like sports, and I don't feel I should be stigmatized for this in employment and social situations.

Should I go on? The truth is that we are all citizens of the world, and it should be a human right for people to live in places they can stand. Insisting that simply by being born inside a line, people have a responsibility to stay inside that line, puts you in the Republican category in my book. I fight Bush for the sake of the human race, not the stars and stripes.

Democrats, beware: people are leaving whatever you say. If you mock us now, we might not reach out to help you when you need a "coalition of the willing".






At least this guy got his handle right: sh0rtbus

What a fucktard. I'll pitch in to buy his ticket to sandduneistan.
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