Nasty Letters To Crooked Politicians

As we enter a new era of politics, we hope to see that Obama has the courage to fight the policies that Progressives hate. Will he have the fortitude to turn the economic future of America to help the working man? Or will he turn out to be just a pawn of big money, as he seems to be right now.

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Who Won?

Daily Kos :: Submit New Story: "Once again the stories begin to filter out of various questions about the election. It seems that Mr. Chimpers can't win a fair and square election without Florida coming into question.

Regardless of the outcome of the next group of investigations, Mr. Chimpers squats in our White House for 4 more years, despised by half of the 'folks' paying his $400,000 a year salary expenses Air Force One Plus Plus Plus anything he can steal.

How did this happen? Why did Mr. Kerry, the fighter who drove his swift boat into the enemy lair, just turn tail and chuck the election?

Diaries :: HiFlyer's diary ::

Call it the 'sore loserman' mentality. Kerry had his ego riding on an easy election day. Kerry had Theresa Heinz Kerry telling him (I surmise) to listen to the will of the people and take her millions and walk away.

Mr. Kerry was just not that much of a fighter any more. He fought for America in his youth, but he would not fight for it now. An extra day or two in the counting of 'all the votes' could have made a big difference, but the implication would have started another election war. Lawyers were lined up, but he just didn't have the stomach for it, did he?

Now we see more people voting for Mr Chimpo in Florida counties than might have been registered to vote. We see many more voting for Mr Chimpo than were registered to vote (r). Well, maybe they all changed their minds in the last day or two, huh?

But Mr. Kerry has left his army on the field, holding their guns and waving their white flags. Mr. Kerry has always been able to argue a good fight, but I think he was beaten by technology this time. I believe he probably won this election, just as the exit polling showed he did.

I think Mr. Kerry shamed his army by early capitulaiton. But what the hey...another day, another green-electric-yellow dollar. And as the GoppIg thugs are saying, they fight with bombs while Dems fight with spitballs.

As for my campaign donations, I feel screwed again. Terry McAuliffe should go. Howard Dean should step in. No more bullshit-capitulations and pro war Bush-lite candidates. They loose. Just as Dr. Dean said they would. His was the 'screech' that lost America. The GopPigs were sitting there waiting for Dr. Dean to misstep. The Kerry for President and Edwards for President and Gebhardt for President etc campaigns were waiting for Dr. Dean to misstep.

I was in the room when it happened. I didn't even know about it until I heard it on the news.

That's how I feel about this election.



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