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light reading for liberal/left wingers
ifihadahif Posted: Thu Oct 9 09:33:22 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  You Might be a Leftist If . . .



-You believe John Ashcroft poses a greater danger to America than Osama bin Laden

-You think President Bush lied to the nation but his predecessor did not.

-You believe President Bush is too dumb to be President and Arnold Schwarzenegger is too dumb to be Governor of California, but the Dixie Chicks, Martin Sheen, Alec Baldwin, Barbra Streisand, Eddie Vedder and Jeanine Garofalo are qualified to discourse at length on foreign policy.

-You believe all conservatives are racist, but do not think minorities can ever succeed without Affirmative Action.

-You can't decide which is worse: the Patriot Act or the Patriot Missile.

-You believe Saddam Hussein, Kim Jong Il, and Yasser Arafat were fairly and democratically elected, but President Bush was not.

-You root for prisoners when they escape from our oppressive prisons, but oppose allowing poor children to escape from failing public schools.

-You support every kind of "diversity" on campus, except political orientation.

-You support banning the smoking of tobacco and legalizing marijuana.

-You are enraged by the so-called mistreatment of Muslim prisoners (who have gained weight while dining on their specially prepared Koran-approved meals) at Guantanamo Bay, but believe the world should have stood idly by while Saddam Hussein filled mass graves.

-You have found where the right to an abortion is written in the Constitution but cannot find where the Constitution provides for a right to keep and bear arms.

-You support campus speech codes that ban pick-up lines and amorous gazes, but never spoke out against President Clinton's physical sexual harassment in the White House.

-You applauded Jimmy Carter for talking about human rights in foreign policy but opposed George W. Bush for doing something about human rights.

-You believe that trial lawyers taking 33 to 40 percent of a plaintiff's recovery in lawsuits is just about right, but the federal government taking this amount of our income in taxes is not nearly enough.

-You believe the former Governor of a New England state with 608,827 people is more than adequately experienced to be President in 2004, but the Governor of a Southwestern state with 21,325,018 people was completely unprepared in 2000.

-You agree with Toni Morrison that President Clinton was "the first black President," but didn't criticize Al Sharpton for recently labeling President Bush a "gang leader."

-You believe we could get more truth out of the Pentagon if only Don Rumsfeld were replaced by Mohammed Al-Sahhaf.

-You believe evangelical Christians are destroying America but don't feel threatened by the radical Wahabbi sect of Islam.

-When it comes to violent crime, you believe in hating the crime but loving the criminal.

-You support unlimited appeals for convicted criminals, but believe it is undemocratic for Californians to reverse their earlier mistake of electing Gray Davis.

-You believe U.S. exports of genetically modified foods pose a greater threat to African nations than corrupt dictators like Zimbabwe's Mugabe.

-You believe welfare is a fundamental human right and workfare is a human rights violation.

-You believe religion is a scourge on our society, but becoming one with Mother Nature by merging with the universal consciousness and harmonizing with lunar reverberations will save us.

-You believe President Bush is an environmental criminal for poisoning the water with arsenic, but have never complained about Saddam Hussein's devastating Iraq and Kuwait's environment by setting intentional oil well fires and committing genocide against the Marsh Arabs by draining their wetlands.

-Your car sports the bumper sticker saying that "it will be a great day when our schools have all the money they need and the military has to hold bake sales," but oppose allowing the U.S. military to volunteer recruitment tables on college campuses because of their "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.

If the above has successfully profiled you, congratulations! You have won a one-way ticket to Paris aboard the massive cruise ship, "The U.S.S.R. Michael Moore." Your ticket will be held at the nearest Dennis Kucinich for President rally. Matricular consular ID cards issued by foreign governments will be gladly accepted as identification.





 
libra Posted: Thu Oct 9 12:56:46 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm going to go see Michael Moore in a couple weeks...he's coming around on tour. I'll give him a big hug from you hif!


 
addi Posted: Thu Oct 9 12:59:29 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>I'm going to go see Michael Moore in a couple weeks...he's coming around on tour. I'll give him a big hug from you hif!

Excellent!! :)


 
libra Posted: Thu Oct 9 13:09:36 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  i'm really excited!



 
ifihadahif Posted: Thu Oct 9 13:10:56 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>i'm really excited!

hahahah, don't let your nipples get too hard . . . LOL


 
Mesh Posted: Thu Oct 9 14:36:40 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>I'm going to go see Michael Moore in a couple weeks...he's coming around on tour. I'll give him a big hug from you hif!


I am "liberal" but I HATE michael moore. He doesnt even earn capital letter on his name.


 
libra Posted: Thu Oct 9 16:51:08 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  meshuggah said:
>libra said:
>>I'm going to go see Michael Moore in a couple weeks...he's coming around on tour. I'll give him a big hug from you hif!
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>
>I am "liberal" but I HATE michael moore. He doesnt even earn capital letter on his name.

I haven't totally solidified my opinions on him yet, thats part of the reason why i decided to go see him.


 
zander83 Posted: Thu Oct 9 18:04:37 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Micheal Moore, theres another blowhard.
I'm against blow-hards... liberals and consdervatives alike. Just like i don't think any celebrity has nay credibility when voicing an opinion(i wonder when there image consultants will make them change it).

Coming back to mike moore set the gun control debate back 100 years with his idiotic movie... bowling columbine... At least make a real documentary.

More later



 
addi Posted: Thu Oct 9 18:23:29 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  *runs up to the keyboard

I like Michael Moore!


*runs away real fast from the computor


 
libra Posted: Thu Oct 9 19:23:25 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>*runs up to the keyboard
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>I like Michael Moore!
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>*runs away real fast from the computor


hahaha, me too, at least for now...maybe i'll hate him after i see him, but i say experience as much as possible before you put it down...


 
Mesh Posted: Thu Oct 9 21:15:37 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>*runs up to the keyboard
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>I like Michael Moore!
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>*runs away real fast from the computor


Lol, no need to run, addi :)


 
addi Posted: Fri Oct 10 07:47:06 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  meshuggah said:

>Lol, no need to run, addi :)

I occationally watch "Survivor" and there's a contestant in this years group named Rupert. Big guy, full beard, and crazy, but very likable. Everytime I see him he reminds me of you mesh. Don't know why. Ayyyye, Matey!

Actually I think Moore is sometimes guilty of going over the top, of being bombastic and hurting his cause with some of his tactics. In his defense I would point out that many(not all) of the people that go on and on about hating him have no problems with the ultra conservative radio and talk show personalities that are just as guilty, if not more so, of doing the same thing. If you're gonna bash Moore then at least be consistant and point out the outrageous statements that the right wingers make on a daily basis over the air waves.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Fri Oct 10 08:13:57 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>meshuggah said:
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>>Lol, no need to run, addi :)
>
>I occationally watch "Survivor" and there's a contestant in this years group named Rupert. Big guy, full beard, and crazy, but very likable. Everytime I see him he reminds me of you mesh. Don't know why. Ayyyye, Matey!
>
>Actually I think Moore is sometimes guilty of going over the top, of being bombastic and hurting his cause with some of his tactics. In his defense I would point out that many(not all) of the people that go on and on about hating him have no problems with the ultra conservative radio and talk show personalities that are just as guilty, if not more so, of doing the same thing. If you're gonna bash Moore then at least be consistant and point out the outrageous statements that the right wingers make on a daily basis over the air waves.

well i did post a very specifically detailed analysis of his *ahem* "documentary" bowling for columbine that showed what a liar he is.
you can go back an find it if you want.


 
addi Posted: Fri Oct 10 08:33:02 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:

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>well i did post a very specifically detailed analysis of his *ahem* "documentary" bowling for columbine that showed what a liar he is.
>you can go back an find it if you want.

I read it months ago when you posted it. What's your point? I just said he was sometimes guilty of hurting his own cause with his over the top tactics. I am not so blinded by my ideology to recognise and publically admit that spokespeople for my point of view sometimes stick their foot in their mouth. so when are you gonna admit that his counterparts do the same thing over the TV and radio every day? Or are Rush, O'Reilly, and friends all above that sort of behavior?


 
ifihadahif Posted: Fri Oct 10 08:58:52 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>ifihadahif said:
>
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>>well i did post a very specifically detailed analysis of his *ahem* "documentary" bowling for columbine that showed what a liar he is.
>>you can go back an find it if you want.
>
>I read it months ago when you posted it. What's your point? I just said he was sometimes guilty of hurting his own cause with his over the top tactics. I am not so blinded by my ideology to recognise and publically admit that spokespeople for my point of view sometimes stick their foot in their mouth. so when are you gonna admit that his counterparts do the same thing over the TV and radio every day? Or are Rush, O'Reilly, and friends all above that sort of behavior?

i think oreilly is above that stuff, but can sometimes get agitated at sean hannity and rush. i'm very fond of ann coulter though.


 
libra Posted: Fri Oct 10 18:44:02 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>I occationally watch "Survivor" and there's a contestant in this years group named Rupert. Big guy, full beard, and crazy, but very likable. Everytime I see him he reminds me of you mesh. Don't know why. Ayyyye, Matey!
>

Hehe, Rupert's the best!!! I go over to a friend's house to watch survivor cause her family is obsessed with the show. We all think he's the greatest guy on there...


 
Mesh Posted: Fri Oct 10 22:05:22 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>addison said:
>>I occationally watch "Survivor" and there's a contestant in this years group named Rupert. Big guy, full beard, and crazy, but very likable. Everytime I see him he reminds me of you mesh. Don't know why. Ayyyye, Matey!
>>
>
>Hehe, Rupert's the best!!! I go over to a friend's house to watch survivor cause her family is obsessed with the show. We all think he's the greatest guy on there...



Wel, i guess i am to have to watch the next episode of this show now.


 
addi Posted: Fri Oct 10 22:07:30 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  meshuggah said:

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>Wel, i guess i am to have to watch the next episode of this show now.

Just want to prepare you mesh. He likes to wear skirts, but it's a manly skirt!


 
Mesh Posted: Fri Oct 10 22:17:35 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>meshuggah said:
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>>Wel, i guess i am to have to watch the next episode of this show now.
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>Just want to prepare you mesh. He likes to wear skirts, but it's a manly skirt!


Oh, well me loves to wear skirts, so its of no problem there.


 
libra Posted: Sat Oct 11 17:33:48 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>meshuggah said:
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>>
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>>Wel, i guess i am to have to watch the next episode of this show now.
>
>Just want to prepare you mesh. He likes to wear skirts, but it's a manly skirt!

manly? it has flowers on it. But you know, he can pull that skirt off really well. i hate the way the other guys make fun of him. just cause they're too insecure to wear skirts.


 



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