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Jean Le Fete
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Posted: 16 Jul 07 19:12 - Edited By: Jean Le Fete, 16 Jul 07 19:51
Oh and inadvertantly left Barack O'Bama off the list, so please write him in, or any others you wish to support/promote!

Q: If a Presidential Election Were Held Today Who would YOU vote For?
Ron Paul
29%
Rudy Giuliani
0%
John McCain
5%
Hillary Clinton
5%
A Bag of Rocks
58%
There have been 17 responses to this poll
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Posted: 17 Jul 07 03:39
Oh man, Ethan's going to be pissed. Now I get to write a story about Ron Paul being left out of a poll on thespoof.com.

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 03:39
I think that most of us will do what we always do...wait until election day and vote for the one we think is the lesser of two evils that will screw up the least amount of stuff.

Unfortunately, there has been no "lesser of two evils" going back several years and this country got bent over the last several presidents.

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 03:41

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Oh man, Ethan's going to be pissed. Now I get to write a story about Ron Paul being left out of a poll on thespoof.com.


Okay, next time I'll read the whole list again before I post a stupid reply. I'll still post it, but at least I'll know I'm an idiot before I do it.

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 03:46
On second thought, maybe I'll vote for the biggest whack job on the list. That's right, let's all support this year's "I think I'll run every year so that people can make fun of my like Lyndon LaRouche" candidate. I say that we all vote for Dennis Kucinich! (if I spelled his name wrong, so what...it's not like anyone will really notice)

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 04:23
Ethan will be pleased, so far Ron Paul is tied at 50% against a Bag of Rocks!

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 18:14

Quote: Jean Le Fete

Ethan will be pleased, so far Ron Paul is tied at 50% against a Bag of Rocks!


Yeah, but look who you put him up against! Clearly the bag of rocks should be winning, but I wouldn't expect any of these other candidates to fare well against the rocks on a ticket like the one you put together.

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 19:54
Many's the time the Bag of Rocks has been my write-in vote. I don't create the candidates, Pat Paulson is still the BEST!!!

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 21:48
In the Presidential election that pitted the lying Al Gore against the lying idiot Bush....I got a write in ballot.

For the rest of his life, my son will be able to brag that he received a vote for President of the United States.

He was seven at the time. He thought girls had cooties and giggled when he farted. He would, however, have done a hell of a lot better job than what we ended up with.

I still believe that "none of the above" should appear on all ballots. If "none" wins, the campaign must begin over with all new candidates. Any candidate who ever gets out polled by "none" should never be permitted to run for any elective office again. That may be the only way we'd never have to settle for the lesser of two evils.

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 22:11

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He thought girls had cooties and giggled when he farted.


Poor deluded soul. I tried that once, I got a slap and a drink in my face.

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Posted: 17 Jul 07 22:14
If I were a U.S citizen I would vote for John McCain everytime.


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Posted: 17 Jul 07 22:26
Here is my promised Lyndon LaRouche piece.

LaRouche Endorses Kucinich

For those without an American political background, LaRouche is a nut job who has run for president eight different times for two different parties. He even ran two or three times while he was in prison.

If you read his wikepedia article, it goes on for pages about what a great, respected, intelligent man he is. This prompted the rumors several years ago that he actually owns that site.

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Posted: 18 Jul 07 13:22

Quote: Jean Le Fete

Ethan will be pleased, so far Ron Paul is tied at 50% against a Bag of Rocks!


It must be those 2 internet spammers that make it look like Ron Paul is ahead in all the polls. lol

Ron Paul, Bag of Rocks, or Pat Paulson? Hmmm... Tough decision. <Insert Laugh-in ending here.>

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Posted: 19 Jul 07 14:43
A Bag of Rocks would be supremely superior to all other candidates for these reasons:

Rocks are able to make hard decisions.

It will be solid and sturdy in its decisions.

It would stone the competition and roll into office, getting rid of all George Bush's previous pebble-brained staff.

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Posted: 19 Jul 07 15:49
...and Rolling Stones ROCKand gather no MOSS!

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Posted: 20 Jul 07 04:53

Quote: Fergus McCarthy

If I were a U.S citizen I would vote for John McCain everytime.



Fergus, you are a sick m*th*r f*ck*r!



I've seen all the Die Hard movies and cannot wait to see the fourth one.

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OHHHhhhhh... You meant John McLean.

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