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« These are not good people | Main | Everybody loves some bawdy sometime »

October 15, 2004


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We're too dumb to figure it out on our own?

I don't usually believe in insulting the audience, either, but have you ever watched Jay Leno's man-in-the-street segments?

GREAT point, JD (as always). On the other hand, people that dumb shouldn't be voting anyway. As Matt Stone of "South Park" and "Team America" says, "My whole thing is I just wish uninformed people would just stay home."

When democrats start whining about dirty tricks, I remind them about Dick Tuck.

Way cool, Walter Wallis. I hadn't known about the old meanie. Here's a link for readers who may be interested: Dick Tuck, a legendary political hoaxer who made a career out of making life miserable for Richard Nixon

Well, who gets to decide who does not get to vote? Jeb Bush? Certainly not Trey Parker or Matt Stone.

And I do not recall being the one who raised the issue of whether one side is "good people" or not.

Sure, and Dick Tuck caused the Watergate break-ins! :)

No, no, good fellow. We are all only human.

All are free to vote. But it's sad to see total ignoramuses being influenced by various interest groups to vote this way or that without their knowing the first thing about anything.

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