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Who am I?

I believe...

George Bush stole the 2000 election.

The Patriot Act oppresses freedom and is an act of tyranny.

George Bush heads a corrupt administration.

Bush caused more people to die, because he read to school children for 5 minutes on 9/11.

Bush is misleading the American people.

The war in Iraq was about oil.


Who am I?

1) A typical Democrat

2) John Kerry

3) Osama bin Laden

4) All of the above

5) None of the above.


Hint

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Comments (34)

That's quite a cryptic hint... (Below threshold)

That's quite a cryptic hint... considering that you need to view the source of the page to extract the link. ;-)

crud- Good thing nobody but... (Below threshold)
Paul:

crud- Good thing nobody but you and me are awake-- I'll fix it thanks

P

- Hey ... the Hunter dude i... (Below threshold)

- Hey ... the Hunter dude is always awake...except when I've hit the Sangria a bit too hard... *smirkle*

All of the above.S... (Below threshold)
Jim:

All of the above.

Senator Kerry continues his asshole act.

BTW, today I will be workin... (Below threshold)
Jim:

BTW, today I will be working the phones at Republican headquarters in New Jersey since it appears Bush has a chance to win Jersey on Tuesday. I'll be working the phones this afternoon in the Hackensack, NJ GOP headquarters.

you left out one option... (Below threshold)
paul lukasiak:

you left out one option

6) the overwhelming majority of the population of planet earth.

you also seem to miss the obvious point that OBL wants Bush to win. He's free, obviously comfortable from the way he looks on he video, and Bush is so loathed throughout the Islamic world that if we re-elect him, muslims everywhere will give up hope that the US is redeemable....

on september 12, 2001 we faced an enemy of perhaps a few thousand nutjobs whose actions the day before made them international pariahs...

if, on November 2, Bush wins the election, OBL is the real winner. Bush is seen as an enemy of Islam and the right of muslims to self-determination.... and if Bush wins, it will be seen as an endorsement by the American people of Bush's imperialistic policies.

It really doesn't matter if YOU think that way about Bush---what is important is how this election will be perceived in the rest of the world.

Who am I ?I believ... (Below threshold)
Oleg:

Who am I ?

I believe:

1) George Bush won the 2000 election;
2) Government has the right to regulate domestic partnerships and sexual activities of consenting mature adults;
3) Selling assault weapons to highway shooters somehow makes our country safer (http://www.olegdulin.com/index.php/archives/2004/10/05/keeping-ohio-safe/)
4) Saddam Hussein orchestrated 9/11
5) Iraq is the central front in the war on terror
6) George Bush is an honest down-to-earth individual
7) Osama Bin Laden endorsed John Kerry

Who am I ?

1) Typical Republican
2) Illiterate bum
3) Resolutely Clueless Moron

Hint: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,114489,00.html


Regards,
Oleg

Really insightful analysis,... (Below threshold)
Jim:

Really insightful analysis, Paul L. I'll write more when I stop laughing. I'm so glad he comments on this blog. He's a perfect Kerry supporter -- more worried about how the world views us than about protecting American lives. And that term "imperialist" is so freaking 60s. It's 2004. Get with the program.

Paul states " what i... (Below threshold)
chuck:


Paul states " what is important is what the rest of the world thinks". Do I even have to explain logic like that? Our election, our defence of our country and our values are our business. We should not crumble under to a useless U.N. Or so called allies.

When it comes to what is be... (Below threshold)
Just Me:

When it comes to what is best for my country and its security, I really don't care what the rest of the world thinks.

I thought the answer was 5)... (Below threshold)
JAB:

I thought the answer was 5) None of the above because I didn't see Michael Moore listed.

Answer: "All of the Above"... (Below threshold)
-S-:

Answer: "All of the Above" ... Osama BL reiterating Michael Moore's and Kerry's very words and concepts, well, it was and is creepy. Crystal clearly creepy.

From that DRUDGE transcript... (Below threshold)
-S-:

From that DRUDGE transcript, OBL says:

"...Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or Al Qaeda. Your security is in your hands..."

THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT THE DNC IS NOW WRITING ANYWHERE/EVERYWHERE on the internet in reference to "voters." They're using that statement to incentivize liberals to vote (for Kerry), as Democrats, for Democrats, writing that on many comment news articles I read earlier this morning (Yahoo, for starters, by Demos denouncing 'RNC preventing minorities from voting' line of propoganda.

I find the left in the U.S. very uncomfortably mirrored by what OBL and various propose and lecture, and how...as to method, concepts.

Crap,,,,,,,,and here I was ... (Below threshold)
Roo:

Crap,,,,,,,,and here I was thinking it was AlGore

Paul L you say "Bush is so ... (Below threshold)
Paul:

Paul L you say "Bush is so loathed throughout the Islamic world"

And you have no freaking idea that this is a good things.

That's why people like you are repeating OBL's talking points.

I think you do more to damn your side than I ever could.

there are what, six billion... (Below threshold)
paul lukasiak:

there are what, six billion people on the planet?

and american has 270 million of them.

and our way of life is wholly dependent upon oil imported from nations filled with people who hate us.

it is the kind of stupid bravado shown by Bush supporters---the people who think that we don't have to worry about what anyone else thinks of us---that will lead to the destruction of our way of life. "Terrorism" is far less of a threat to America than the destruction of our economy....

The US can destroy the world, but it cannot control it.

Paul states " what is i... (Below threshold)
paul lukasiak:

Paul states " what is important is what the rest of the world thinks". Do I even have to explain logic like that? Our election, our defence of our country and our values are our business. We should not crumble under to a useless U.N. Or so called allies.

a perfect example of why Bush and his supporters are a disaster for the USA.

imagine if the founding fathers had their attitude---if they were unaware of the need to compromise and make accomodations in the name of the greater good. If the antipathy of the Puritans for the Quakers prevented the colonies of massachusetts and pennsylvania from battling a common enemy.

our elections are our business, but our defense is a common defense shared with our allies from which we both derive benefits. And our economy is a shared economy with the entire world, from which we all derive benefits. The hubris and arrogance of Bush and his supporters--their refusal to recognize that the world is now completely interconnected, and that America's power is derived not from its military strength, but from the willingness of others to work with the United States toward common goals--will lead to our downfall, just as it has lead to the downfall of great powers throughout history.

I think the efforts for Ker... (Below threshold)
-S-:

I think the efforts for Kerry supporters in New Jersey are more desperate than the media lets on, that, and certain commentors from the area.

For starters, New Jersey...It's great for the rest of the United States to see how supportive of President Bush most of us are. Including a lot of them in New Jersey.

"...imagine if the found... (Below threshold)

"...imagine if the founding fathers had their attitude---if they were unaware of the need to compromise and make accomodations in the name of the greater good."

The idiocy of the above statement given while we fight FOR OUR LIVES and FOR THE LIFE OF THIS NATION is beyond belief.

But of course...you don't believe that...to you and your monkey brained moonbat 9/10 kool-aid swilling tin foil hat wearing dingleberry friends this is just a game. The idea that the decreipt, decadent, corrupt, anti-American governments of old Europe would be anything but pleased as punch that we got hit AGAIN shows that you and your traitorous friend are living in LA-La-Land.

If you wish to be cannon fodder for terrorists, please join the line to the left...leave the rest of us alone.

Hey Paul L., if they start ... (Below threshold)
Jim:

Hey Paul L., if they start trying to f*ck us by using oil, well we'll just do what assholes like you always say we do -- we'll go to war over oil. What'll they do? Issue a UN resolution condemning us? UN resolutions sure don't worry the Israelis. I'll take one Israel as an ally than ten Frances. Isn't it interesting how the American left identifies with a nation of enemy-collaborators. My father-in-law lived under Nazi occupation and he told me stories about the French collaborating that made me despise them before they tried screwing us. To be hated by the French is a badge of honor.

Also, notice that the MSM -- another group of America haters -- never talk about polls taken in countries in Eastern Europe, where they are still grateful over what we did the another Leftist ally, the Soviet Union.

Do rapists want armed or un... (Below threshold)
Denise:

Do rapists want armed or unarmed women? Do burglars want armed or unarmed homeowners? Do criminals want a strong or weak police force? The rest of the world wants us weak, which is why they want Kerry. You are a fool if you believe the "world" has our best interests at heart.

and our way of life is w... (Below threshold)
bains:

and our way of life is wholly dependent upon oil imported from nations filled with people who hate us.

Really?

From the DOE

" The United States averaged total gross oil (crude and products) imports of an estimated 12.2 MMBD during 2003, representing around 62% of total U.S. oil demand. Over two-fifths of this oil came from OPEC nations, with Persian Gulf sources accounting for about one-fifth of total U.S. oil imports. Overall, the top suppliers of oil (crude and refined products) to the United States during 2003 were Canada (2.1 MMBD), Saudi Arabia (1.8 MMBD), Mexico (1.6 MMBD), and Venezuela (1.4 MMBD)."


In 2003, the US produced 70.474 quadrillion Btu's, 12.145 of which came from crude oil. That's 17% of our total energy production. 62% of that 17% is imported. 20% of that 62% of that 17% comes from the Persian Gulf. Wholly dependent???

Hey Paul L., if they st... (Below threshold)
paul lukasiak:

Hey Paul L., if they start trying to f*ck us by using oil, well we'll just do what assholes like you always say we do -- we'll go to war over oil.

that wouldn't be a bad idea....if we could keep the oil flowing during the war itself. But since that is extremely unlikely, an expanded "oil war" would prove even more disasterous for the US than our current efforts in Iraq.

Don't forget that six months ago, oil selling at $50 a barrel was all but unimaginable. Now, we're grateful that oil is approaching $50 a barrel...

home heating oil has nearly doubled in the past year...

and this is happening without an actual shortage of oil, based solely on fears of an oil shortage....

(and it may be no coincidence that oil prices declined last week at the same time as the prospects of a Kerry victory started looking better and better....)

I don't know how old you are, but I'm old enough to remember the impact of the 1973-74 oil embargo on the US and its economy---and that was only five months long. An expanded oil war would last much longer, and have a far more significant negative impact on America's way of life....

Do rapists want armed o... (Below threshold)
paul lukasiak:

Do rapists want armed or unarmed women? Do burglars want armed or unarmed homeowners? Do criminals want a strong or weak police force? The rest of the world wants us weak, which is why they want Kerry. You are a fool if you believe the "world" has our best interests at heart.

I find it interesting that you see "the rest of the world" as the equivalent of rapists, burglars, and criminals....

of course, the rest of the world, which has learned the lessons of history, doesn't see it that way. The rest of the world recognizes that criminals exist, but doesn't consider everyone with whom they disagree to be the equivalent of rapists.

In 2003, the US produce... (Below threshold)
paul lukasiak:

In 2003, the US produced 70.474 quadrillion Btu's, 12.145 of which came from crude oil. That's 17% of our total energy production. 62% of that 17% is imported. 20% of that 62% of that 17% comes from the Persian Gulf. Wholly dependent???

yes, wholly dependent. During the embargo of the early 70's, the shortages were completely artificial. But world oil production is pretty much maxed out right now, and a significant reduction in supply caused by war related violence (say, in saudi arabia) would devastate the US economy.

The unfortunately reality--one that has been exposed by the Iraq debacle--is that the US does not have the manpower under arms to control Iraq, let alone deal with an expanded oil war.


Everyone I know who loves m... (Below threshold)
Denise:

Everyone I know who loves me wants me to be strong and safe. Everyone I have ever known who had designs to hurt me wanted me weak and defenseless. Do I think all the worlds nations are rapists and criminals? No. But I'm not going to go unarmed down a dark alley with any of them. When a man tells me constantly to disarm myself and not fight back if I'm attacked, then I begin to get suspicious. I find it interesting that you do not.

When a man tells me con... (Below threshold)
paul lukasiak:

When a man tells me constantly to disarm myself and not fight back if I'm attacked, then I begin to get suspicious.

no one is telling you to disarm yourself and not fight back. They are telling you to arm yourself, and act against, the REAL threat.

Saddam was not a threat.

Paul L "Bush is seen as an ... (Below threshold)
Wilky:

Paul L "Bush is seen as an enemy of Islam and the right of muslims to self-determination"

Gee, Paul I don't know, Afghanistan just had free elections, Iraq is on track for free elections. It seems to me that Bush ALLOWS the muslms to self-determination.

And an economic major you are not. The price of oil is sky rocketing because of the huge demand from China and India. The price has recently tailed off because of China's effort to slow down their economy.

And finally, by your rational, to whole world, well the ones that can, will vote with our best intrest in mind. Man the air must be pretty thin in your world.

::It really doesn't matter ... (Below threshold)
Wendi Sue:

::It really doesn't matter if YOU think that way about Bush---what is important is how this election will be perceived in the rest of the world. ::

Actually, the rest of the world is not France, Germany, some disgruntled UN types, and the Terrorists.
Poland, Australia, Japan, the Iraqi people, and many others would argue with your insistance that the 'rest of the world' have one opinion and one opinion only on who the American people should elect to govern their own country.

Furthermore, you don't really know what the 'rest' of the world thinks about it. You know only what a few big mouths with access to the press and the press itself _want_ you to think.


Right and wrong are not determined by majority vote anyway, nor do I look to the opinions of others to guide my conscience.

The 'rest of the world' were shocked and/or amused when Reagan called the USSR an evil empire and called for the wall to come down. He was right; they were wrong.

I do not expect France or Canada or the citizens of any other country ought to stop and think about the opinions of the citizens of the only superpower in the world today and let that be their guide when they vote. I expect them to vote their conscience.

I also expect that anybody who presumes that *their* opinion should guide *my* conscience needs to rid themselves of overweening hubris before their expectations are worthy of any more of my consideration and attention than the ladybug that just crawled across my desk.

intrest=interest '... (Below threshold)
Wilky:

intrest=interest

'But world oil production is pretty much maxed out right now' Paul L

That's right, it is, not from lack of supply as you are suggesting, but because the production facilites are maxed out. Not one built in this country since the early 70's. Care to venture a guess why?

Sorry Paul, but I don't see a profitable future in trading commodities for you.

If the Saudi's cut oil expo... (Below threshold)
bains:

If the Saudi's cut oil exports (what other exports do they have?), our economy would certainly be affected, But before it's "devastated", there would be a whole pisspot of other national economies flushed down then out of the sewer.

Who Am I? 1- I all... (Below threshold)
DaveP.:

Who Am I?

1- I ally myself with every enemy of America, from Pol Pot to Mao tse Tung to Osama.... as long as I think it may win me votes.

2- I cheer the deaths of American soldiers... because I think it may win me votes.

3- I attack the foundations of an electoral system that delivers up any candidate I oppose... because it may win me votes.

4- I am at this very moment praying for another terrorist attack on America... because it might get me more votes.

5- I absolutely will NOT suffer having my patriotism questioned. It might cost me votes.

Am I:

1- the average Democrat
2- The average Democratic candidate for President
3- both of the above.


Democrat = Traitor, folks. Simple as that.

Dave, with all due respect ... (Below threshold)
Oleg:

Dave, with all due respect to you, Al Qaeda endorsed George W. Bush -- Fox News Story.

Geez, Oleg, did you at leas... (Below threshold)
Squatch:

Geez, Oleg, did you at least read the article you cited?

"The United States believes the Abu Hafs group lacks credibility and has only tenuous ties to Al Qaeda (search). In the past, the group has claimed responsibility for events to which they were not connected such as last summer's blackouts in North America and Britain."

Not al Qaeda. Not a credible group.

Of course, this comment made with all due respect. And very little is due.




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