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Too funny! :D Take care. angel :)
 

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Rhett: Funny but on my pc the star is in the upper right hand corner! :D angel :)
 
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and to think ... we TSG girls didn't even get the smallest billing. Sheesh, you could have at least let us be the cheerleaders or something MULDER :D :)
 

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Mulder: This is the only pic of Bruce I could find! :D angel :)

 

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Hehe

I love to see conservatives on the defensive. Mulder, I do respectfully object though.

Yes, the pic you used of me is of an early 50ish greying man. But I do not as yet have the belly of Saddam. Well, at least not this afternoon. Bassetman and I may go out and enjoy a beer or two this evening. So I would imagine a couple of "Leinies" will add to the growing problem. Actually, he and I may just have to gather a bunch of liberals together to plan a strategy, (and drink more beer).

On second thought.....no need...all we have to do is point out the Presidents policies along with the new Congress as well. Hey, gives us more time to drink beer.

As you are fully aware, people have to work to become conservatives. Most people are liberal to begin with. Some are lead astray and believe they would get a better life under conservative policies. I predict many that have gone astray will come to their senses and begin defending the American values we all share.

Like, well, taking personal responsibility for ones own retirement. Funny, just today I received my end of year stock account values. Lost about 25-30% in this, the second year of the Bush Administration.
 

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Originally posted by Tipacanoe:
No Canadians again! Sheesh, no wonder we have a complex.

(Gotta dig up something really good again! Take that you con man!)

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I did include a Canadian--GreenIS. Granted she's a cheap imitation [imported from UnGreat Britain! ;)], but she does hail from Canada now. And Rep and eggplant are almost Canadians--both are close to the border and desire a socialist government here like they have in Canada. ;)
 

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I am looking forward to those Lienie's and hangin' with a bunch of liberals! :D

This may help explain some things!

 

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Originally posted by Rep:
Like, well, taking personal responsibility for ones own retirement. Funny, just today I received my end of year stock account values. Lost about 25-30% in this, the second year of the Bush Administration.
Well, my investments (which are in real estate) have increased significantly during the same period. They were floundering for many years under Clinton--you just chose the wrong investment. Also, I'll issue you a challenge. I don't have my 401K statement here at home, but I'll post mine with the numbers redacted and just the percentage losses. Mine started in the 4th quarter of 2000 and I will bet yours did too. This coincided with the downturn of the economy and the stock market which ALL ECONOMISTSagree began in the spring to early summer of 2000. Also, all economists agree that the boom of the 1990s started in 1991 when Bush Senior was still in office.

So you can distort all you want Rep but the truth is there for anyone interested in it.

I can back up what I am saying, can you? Will you take the challenge? Can we see your 401K from 4th quarter 2000? (during Clinton's reign).

Here are just a few of hundreds of links that talk about the recession beginning in 2000:

http://www.geocities.com/nvithalani/commentary/3092000.html

http://www.gcn.com/archives/gcn/1998/april6/community2.htm

http://www.workers.org/ww/2000/econedit1207.html

"The economy appears to be slowing more sharply than expected." That was the opening sentence of the Wall Street Journal's top story Nov. 28. (2000).

Predictions of a decline in the capitalist economy, even a recession, can be found in all the business press these days. They are all agreed that a downturn has begun.

That's probably a safe prediction. After all, it's practically a law of capitalist economics that what goes up must come down. What isn't known is when the ups or downs will come or how extreme they will be.

The capitalists and big bankers are preparing for a recession. They are trying to put everything they can into place. A capitalist recession--one that they may not be able to foist onto other http://forums.techguy.org/editpost.php?action=editpost&postid=677634countries' backs as they have with other recent downturns--is coming.
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/economy/july-dec00/economy_12-19.html

http://www.garynorth.com/y2k/detail_.cfm/452

http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg.tcl?msg_id=002iiY

http://www.fool.com/news/foth/2000/foth000922.htm

If you'd like, I'll could post a thousand more.

Rep, I realize that Clinton's skirt chasing and lying to the American people (recall he did it on television and under oath), set a bad example for you to follow, but I expected more intellectual honesty from you. ;)

PS -- Can we ever forget Slick Willie shaking his finger at the Camera and saying "I did not have sexual relations with that woman!" Could you imaging if Bush outright lied on television to millions of people. He be in jail. Remember that Clinton's own state disbarred him for Godsakes. And yet liberals still embrace him---amazing!!! :confused:

Just too damn easy fightin an attack of the Clowns!!! ;)
 
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