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Posted: 12/8/2003 6:30:04 PM EDT
Saw on CNN that Gore is endorsing Dean.

Now, I know gore is an assclown, but to endorse a freaking socialist?

This is amazing.

TXL
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 6:37:11 PM EDT
What is the Headline tomorrow: "Dean gets Gored" [rofl2]
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 6:40:30 PM EDT
Now we have to be worried. [:O]
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 6:42:42 PM EDT
Good. When the '04 election is over, they can both sit around and commiserate with Dukakis and Mondale.
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 6:51:00 PM EDT
[banana][banana]
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 7:00:45 PM EDT
wonder how snagglepus joe feels? TXL
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 7:04:04 PM EDT
IBTL. (or am I just being a prick?) CW
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 7:13:56 PM EDT
Good, I hope it helps him win the nomination. He is the least anti-gun of the Democrats (a LOT better than John “Look at me, I’m a hunter” Kerry).
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 7:26:15 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Cato556: He is the least anti-gun of the Democrats...
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Isn't that kind of like being the smartest of the Stooges?
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 7:36:03 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Cato556: He is the least anti-gun of the Democrats (a LOT better than John “Look at me, I’m a hunter” Kerry).
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who cares? the only thing that matters is the only other candidate that is less electable than dean is sharpton
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 7:41:47 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By PAEBR332:
Originally Posted By Cato556: He is the least anti-gun of the Democrats...
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Isn't that kind of like being the smartest of the Stooges?
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Aside from pushing for lawsuit preemption, I don’t think Bush is any better. Dean was endorsed by the NRA while running for governor of Vermont (which has probably the LEAST restrictive gun laws in the country) and he has repeatedly stated that he believes gun policy should be left to the states. He does support AW ban renewal, but so does Bush; neither are really pushing for it, though. I say “less anti-gun” because I think none of the major candidates (including Bush) are really pro-gun; I am just speaking comparatively.
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 8:42:06 PM EDT
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Because of Dean's ongoing neuroses, he doesn't have the good sense to turn down Gore's endorsement but in fact has said he "welcomes the support from the inventor of the Internet". [:D] Seems the Alpha Male is doing what comes natural, looking out for HIMSELF. He gets to be on TV again, he'll be out campaigning for Dean, stirrin' up the black folks as well as trying to nose his way into the "hip" crowd of Dean followers and jump on that bandwagon before the rest of the Dems fall in line. He also gets to take media attention away from the Hildebeast as an early warning for '08 that he's still in the game baby! Heh... this'll be good! [IMG]http://members.cox.net/the-macallan/MacsPics3/AlGoreDancing.gif[/IMG] Oh and check out the bullshit-bias the Associated Press injects into their coverage of this story:
[URL=http://apnews.myway.com/article/20031208/D7VAF64G0.html]Gore to Endorse Howard Dean, Sources Say[/URL] MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Former Vice President Al Gore intends to endorse Howard Dean for the Democratic presidential nomination, a dramatic move that could cement Dean's position in the fight for the party's nod. Gore, who lost to President Bush in the disputed 2000 election, has agreed to endorse Dean in Harlem in New York City on Tuesday and then travel with the former Vermont governor to Iowa, sight of the Jan. 19 caucuses which kickoff the nominating process, said a Democratic source close to Gore. The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Dean will return from Iowa in time for Tuesday night's Democratic debate in New Hampshire. Dean's campaign declined to comment. [b]Gore won the popular vote by half a million votes in 2000 but conceded to Republican Bush after a tumultuous 36-day recount in Florida and a 5-4 Supreme Court vote against him.[/b] Gore's concession came Dec. 13, 2000. The endorsement comes just weeks after two key union endorsements boosted Dean's candidacy. Gore's approval adds further evidence to Dean's case that he can carry the party's mantle next November and is more than an Internet-driven outsider. Dean leads in key early state polls in New Hampshire and Iowa, and is trying to persuade Democrats wary of his lack of foreign policy experience and missteps on the campaign that his nomination is all but certain.
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Don't ya just love the little zinger they throw in there about the "5-4" SCOTUS decision? That's ALL we ever hear about that case now in the media - that the SCOTUS was split 5-4 over this whole matter. They NEVER mention the [b]7-2[/b] SCOTUS decision that struck down the Florida Supreme Court ruling allowing selective manual recounts that [b]GORE[/b] was using to steal the election. And they'd NEVER mention that the REASON the 5-4 decision was even made was because the SCOTUS ruling came down on Dec. 12 (one day after hearing arguments) and that was the SAME DAY that Federal Law required for certifying all electoral college votes. It would be IMPOSSIBLE to recount the whole state of Florida by midnight THAT SAME DAY. Had the SCOTUS not even ruled in that "5-4" decision, Bush would have STILL been certified the winner at midnight that very day. But no, history and the media will forever tell the tale of the "5-4" decision that "gave Bush the election" and you'll NEVER EVER hear of the [b]7-2[/b] SCOTUS decision that the Florida Supreme Court was [b]WRONG[/b] in ordering manual recounts of only "certain" (i.e. mostly Democrat) counties. Just remember... [b]It was a [b][size=3]"[red]7-2[/red]"[/size=3] Supreme Court ruling[/b] that stopped Al Gore & the Democrats from [size=3][red]STEALING[/red][/size=3] the election! It was a [b][size=3]"[red]7-2[/red]"[/size=3] Supreme Court ruling[/b] that stopped Al Gore & the Democrats from [size=3][red]STEALING[/red][/size=3] the election! It was a [b][size=3]"[red]7-2[/red]"[/size=3] Supreme Court ruling[/b] that stopped Al Gore & the Democrats from [size=3][red]STEALING[/red][/size=3] the election![/b]
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