Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME - Linux

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  1. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "iMojo" wrote in message
    news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > In article
    > ,
    > MuahMan wrote:
    >
    >> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    >> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    >> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    >>
    >> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    >
    > So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?


    Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president? What
    happened to his crap about that?


    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit



  2. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    On Thu, 04 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700, Steve Carroll wrote:

    > "iMojo" wrote in message
    > news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    >> In article
    >> ,
    >> MuahMan wrote:
    >>
    >>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    >>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    >>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    >>>
    >>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    >>
    >> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    >> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    >> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >
    > Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    > vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    > president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president?
    > What happened to his crap about that?


    Oh how cute! Another 29 percenter!

  3. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "bob" wrote in message
    news:9vydnV1zjfGsEV3VnZ2dnUVZ_oninZ2d@earthlink.co m
    > On Thu, 04 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700, Steve Carroll wrote:
    >
    >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    >> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    >>> In article
    >>> ,
    >>> MuahMan wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers.
    >>>> Some people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's
    >>>> broken record empty promises Change rhetoric.
    >>>>
    >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    >>>
    >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns),
    >>> a hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >>
    >> Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we
    >> should vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have
    >> a black president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black
    >> president? What happened to his crap about that?

    >
    > Oh how cute! Another 29 percenter!


    Snit is forging my posts. I did not write the above.


    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit



  4. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll

    wrote
    on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    :
    > "iMojo" wrote in message
    > news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    >> In article
    >> ,
    >> MuahMan wrote:
    >>
    >>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    >>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    >>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    >>>
    >>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    >>
    >> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    >> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    >> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?


    Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    $1.7T economy).

    It doesn't hurt that she's pretty, though one might
    ask why that matters at all. Apparently she's also
    a bit pit bull terrier -- or is that terror? -- and
    will be a very feisty fighter.

    Of course, that may be a bit like transitioning
    from a child's tricycle or an automobile to the
    Crawler-Transporters [%] [$] (they're huge, they're flat,
    they're slow, they's actually rather old, being designed
    and built during the Apollo program to transport Saturn
    V rockets; the Shuttle now enjoys the slow, sure ride)
    or the German rotating shovel (which looks a bit like
    a cross between an evil genius' sawmill for sawing up
    helpless damsels in distress, an Erector set [or its
    German equivalent], a conveyer belt, and a half-dozen
    large battle tanks, but its primary purpose is much more
    prosaic: scooping coal out of dirt), but of course she'll
    have advisors, much like Bush43, Clinton, Bush41, Reagan,
    Carter, Ford, and Nixon did and (in one case) still do.

    Reagan in particular surrounded himself (or made a point
    of announcing same, anyway) with capable people, and was
    a generally successful President -- or at least so it
    seemed at the time, anyway.

    >
    > Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    > vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    > president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president? What
    > happened to his crap about that?
    >


    If that's the only reason one wants to vote for Barack
    Obama, then someone's being very silly. Of course either
    ticket would be historic:

    - Barack Obama, the first mulatto[*] President in
    our nation's history, and arguably the first
    President (or for that matter candidate) whose
    dad was from Africa, let alone Kenya. (No,
    he's Christian, though his middle name does unfortunately
    coincide with that of a recently executed dictator.
    But then, so do a few hundred thousand if not million
    other people's names.)

    - John McCain, with the first female VP (though not the
    first female VP candidate; Walter Mondale tapped her
    for that in 1984 while running against Reagan/Bush,
    and lost). Also, would be the oldest President as
    of Inauguration Day, as Reagan was 69 on Inauguration
    day as he started his term, and 77 when he ended it;
    McCain would start his term with 72 years under his belt,
    compared with Barack's 47 years since his birth, which
    places him somewhere between Ulysses Grant and Franklin
    Pierce, both relatively youthful.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...sidents_by_age

    [%] there are two of them, nicknamed Hanz and Franz for
    some reason.

    [$] Number-crunching yields:

    Population of Wasilla, Alaska: 5469, give or take a stray moose :-)
    Population of Alaska: 670k (125x)
    Population of US: 300M (55000x)
    GDP of Wasilla: unavailable but assuming $43k/cap one can estimate $235M
    GDP of Alaska: $39B (2005) (165x)
    GDP of US: $12.5T (53000x)
    Tricycle weight: about 4 kg
    Car weight: varies from 59kg (Peel P50, 14.75x)
    to 3681 kg (Hummer H1 Alpha, 920x)
    Crawler-Transporter weight: about 2700 metric tonnes (675000x),
    including diesel fuel tanks
    Krupp/Rheinbraun Bagger-288 bucket-wheel excavator weight:
    about 12300 metric tonnes (3.08Mx) -- and that
    doesn't include gas tanks; it's electrically driven!

    Taken from various sources.
    [*] his mom was from Kansas, and was white. The term
    is slightly pejorative, though IMO less so than
    some others. Barack styles himself African-American,
    which actually is pretty accurate, since his dad was
    from Kenya (and unfortunately died in an automobile
    accident in 1982; his mother died of ovarian cancer
    in 1995). Of course the racists are hiding in the
    woodwork as it's very obvious (if rather immaterial
    to his actual proposals) that he's not lily-white,
    unlike the Republican ticket. We'll see come November
    whether all this makes any freaking difference.

    --
    #191, ewill3@earthlink.net
    Windows. Multi-platform(1), multi-tasking(1), multi-user(1).
    (1) if one defines "multi" as "exactly one".
    ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **

  5. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "bob" stated in post
    9vydnV1zjfGsEV3VnZ2dnUVZ_oninZ2d@earthlink.com on 9/4/08 6:32 PM:

    > On Thu, 04 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700, Steve Carroll wrote:
    >
    >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    >> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    >>> In article
    >>> ,
    >>> MuahMan wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    >>>>
    >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    >>>
    >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >>
    >> Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    >> vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    >> president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president?
    >> What happened to his crap about that?

    >
    > Oh how cute! Another 29 percenter!


    For the record: Steve Carroll is making up claims about me. I have *never*
    said I am voting for nor against *anyone* nor supporting nor withholding
    support for or against *anyone* based on the color of their skin. I also
    *never* said anything about Clinton being a "black" president.


    --
    If A = B and B = C, then A = C, except where void or prohibited by law.
    Roy Santoro, Psycho Proverb Zone (http://snipurl.com/BurdenOfProof)






  6. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article <4cg6p5-rdo.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net>,
    The Ghost In The Machine wrote:

    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    >
    > wrote
    > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > :
    > > "iMojo" wrote in message
    > > news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > >> In article
    > >> ,
    > >> MuahMan wrote:
    > >>
    > >>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    > >>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    > >>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > >>>
    > >>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    > >>
    > >> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > >> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > >> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >
    > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > $1.7T economy).
    >
    > It doesn't hurt that she's pretty, though one might
    > ask why that matters at all. Apparently she's also
    > a bit pit bull terrier -- or is that terror? -- and
    > will be a very feisty fighter.
    >
    > Of course, that may be a bit like transitioning
    > from a child's tricycle or an automobile to the
    > Crawler-Transporters [%] [$] (they're huge, they're flat,
    > they're slow, they's actually rather old, being designed
    > and built during the Apollo program to transport Saturn
    > V rockets; the Shuttle now enjoys the slow, sure ride)
    > or the German rotating shovel (which looks a bit like
    > a cross between an evil genius' sawmill for sawing up
    > helpless damsels in distress, an Erector set [or its
    > German equivalent], a conveyer belt, and a half-dozen
    > large battle tanks, but its primary purpose is much more
    > prosaic: scooping coal out of dirt), but of course she'll
    > have advisors, much like Bush43, Clinton, Bush41, Reagan,
    > Carter, Ford, and Nixon did and (in one case) still do.
    >
    > Reagan in particular surrounded himself (or made a point
    > of announcing same, anyway) with capable people, and was
    > a generally successful President -- or at least so it
    > seemed at the time, anyway.
    >
    > >
    > > Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    > > vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    > > president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president? What
    > > happened to his crap about that?
    > >

    >
    > If that's the only reason one wants to vote for Barack
    > Obama, then someone's being very silly. Of course either
    > ticket would be historic:
    >
    > - Barack Obama, the first mulatto[*] President in
    > our nation's history, and arguably the first
    > President (or for that matter candidate) whose
    > dad was from Africa, let alone Kenya. (No,
    > he's Christian, though his middle name does unfortunately
    > coincide with that of a recently executed dictator.
    > But then, so do a few hundred thousand if not million
    > other people's names.)
    >
    > - John McCain, with the first female VP (though not the
    > first female VP candidate; Walter Mondale tapped her
    > for that in 1984 while running against Reagan/Bush,
    > and lost). Also, would be the oldest President as
    > of Inauguration Day, as Reagan was 69 on Inauguration
    > day as he started his term, and 77 when he ended it;
    > McCain would start his term with 72 years under his belt,
    > compared with Barack's 47 years since his birth, which
    > places him somewhere between Ulysses Grant and Franklin
    > Pierce, both relatively youthful.
    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...sidents_by_age
    >
    > [%] there are two of them, nicknamed Hanz and Franz for
    > some reason.
    >
    > [$] Number-crunching yields:
    >
    > Population of Wasilla, Alaska: 5469, give or take a stray moose :-)
    > Population of Alaska: 670k (125x)
    > Population of US: 300M (55000x)
    > GDP of Wasilla: unavailable but assuming $43k/cap one can estimate $235M
    > GDP of Alaska: $39B (2005) (165x)
    > GDP of US: $12.5T (53000x)
    > Tricycle weight: about 4 kg
    > Car weight: varies from 59kg (Peel P50, 14.75x)
    > to 3681 kg (Hummer H1 Alpha, 920x)
    > Crawler-Transporter weight: about 2700 metric tonnes (675000x),
    > including diesel fuel tanks
    > Krupp/Rheinbraun Bagger-288 bucket-wheel excavator weight:
    > about 12300 metric tonnes (3.08Mx) -- and that
    > doesn't include gas tanks; it's electrically driven!
    >
    > Taken from various sources.
    >
    >[*] his mom was from Kansas, and was white. The term
    > is slightly pejorative, though IMO less so than
    > some others. Barack styles himself African-American,
    > which actually is pretty accurate, since his dad was
    > from Kenya (and unfortunately died in an automobile
    > accident in 1982; his mother died of ovarian cancer
    > in 1995). Of course the racists are hiding in the
    > woodwork as it's very obvious (if rather immaterial
    > to his actual proposals) that he's not lily-white,
    > unlike the Republican ticket. We'll see come November
    > whether all this makes any freaking difference.


    You have responded to a forgery that used my posting ID (look at the headers).
    Apparently Snit is up to his old forgery tricks... again.

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit

  7. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article ,
    "Steve Carroll" wrote:

    > "iMojo" wrote in message
    > news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > > In article
    > > ,
    > > MuahMan wrote:
    > >
    > >> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    > >> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    > >> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > >>
    > >> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    > >
    > > So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > > even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > > hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >
    > Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    > vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    > president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president? What
    > happened to his crap about that?


    Snit, please grow up and stop forging my posting ID.

    Thanks.

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit

  8. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    4cg6p5-rdo.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:

    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    >
    > wrote
    > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > :
    >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    >> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    >>> In article
    >>> ,
    >>> MuahMan wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    >>>>
    >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    >>>
    >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >
    > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > $1.7T economy).


    According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor of a
    relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.

    <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...title=sarah-pa
    lin-gender-card>

    Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.

    Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience... and, for
    better or worse, if McCain is elected there is a decent chance she would get
    the presidency - McCain is a older man who has repeatedly faced
    life-threatening illnesses. Personally I wish him well - but I am not
    willing to gamble the country on him living the next four years and keeping
    Palin from being president.

    > It doesn't hurt that she's pretty, though one might
    > ask why that matters at all. Apparently she's also
    > a bit pit bull terrier -- or is that terror? -- and
    > will be a very feisty fighter.


    But what will she fight for? Book banning (an threatening to fire those who
    stand in her way)? Getting Alaska out of the USA? Getting her religious
    views accepted by the government? Controlling what consenting adults can and
    cannot have sex (while her own teen daughter gets pregnant... somehow that
    is OK)? Mocking of community organizers? Firing people who divorce her
    family members? Supporting a "bridge to nowhere"? Stopping endangered
    species from being protected?

    Does she have *any* public statements on health care? Foreign policy?
    Energy policy?

    Many of the Alaskan newspapers are talking about he lack of being a good
    candidate... if they do not think she is why should the rest of the country?

    ....


    --
    I think we [the folks who make Linux desktops] don't yet deliver a good
    enough user experience.
    - Mark Shuttleworth (founded Canonical Ltd. / Ubuntu Linux)


  9. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article <4cg6p5-rdo.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net>,
    The Ghost In The Machine wrote:

    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    >
    > wrote
    > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > :
    > > "iMojo" wrote in message
    > > news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > >> In article
    > >> ,
    > >> MuahMan wrote:
    > >>
    > >>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    > >>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    > >>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > >>>
    > >>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    > >>
    > >> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > >> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > >> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >
    > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > $1.7T economy).
    >
    > It doesn't hurt that she's pretty, though one might
    > ask why that matters at all. Apparently she's also
    > a bit pit bull terrier -- or is that terror? -- and
    > will be a very feisty fighter.
    >
    > Of course, that may be a bit like transitioning
    > from a child's tricycle or an automobile to the
    > Crawler-Transporters [%] [$] (they're huge, they're flat,
    > they're slow, they's actually rather old, being designed
    > and built during the Apollo program to transport Saturn
    > V rockets; the Shuttle now enjoys the slow, sure ride)
    > or the German rotating shovel (which looks a bit like
    > a cross between an evil genius' sawmill for sawing up
    > helpless damsels in distress, an Erector set [or its
    > German equivalent], a conveyer belt, and a half-dozen
    > large battle tanks, but its primary purpose is much more
    > prosaic: scooping coal out of dirt), but of course she'll
    > have advisors, much like Bush43, Clinton, Bush41, Reagan,
    > Carter, Ford, and Nixon did and (in one case) still do.
    >
    > Reagan in particular surrounded himself (or made a point
    > of announcing same, anyway) with capable people, and was
    > a generally successful President -- or at least so it
    > seemed at the time, anyway.
    >
    > >
    > > Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    > > vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    > > president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president?
    > > What
    > > happened to his crap about that?
    > >

    >
    > If that's the only reason one wants to vote for Barack
    > Obama, then someone's being very silly. Of course either
    > ticket would be historic:
    >
    > - Barack Obama, the first mulatto[*] President in
    > our nation's history, and arguably the first
    > President (or for that matter candidate) whose
    > dad was from Africa, let alone Kenya. (No,
    > he's Christian, though his middle name does unfortunately
    > coincide with that of a recently executed dictator.
    > But then, so do a few hundred thousand if not million
    > other people's names.)
    >
    > - John McCain, with the first female VP (though not the
    > first female VP candidate; Walter Mondale tapped her
    > for that in 1984 while running against Reagan/Bush,
    > and lost). Also, would be the oldest President as
    > of Inauguration Day, as Reagan was 69 on Inauguration
    > day as he started his term, and 77 when he ended it;
    > McCain would start his term with 72 years under his belt,
    > compared with Barack's 47 years since his birth, which
    > places him somewhere between Ulysses Grant and Franklin
    > Pierce, both relatively youthful.
    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...sidents_by_age
    >
    > [%] there are two of them, nicknamed Hanz and Franz for
    > some reason.
    >
    > [$] Number-crunching yields:
    >
    > Population of Wasilla, Alaska: 5469, give or take a stray moose :-)
    > Population of Alaska: 670k (125x)
    > Population of US: 300M (55000x)
    > GDP of Wasilla: unavailable but assuming $43k/cap one can estimate $235M
    > GDP of Alaska: $39B (2005) (165x)
    > GDP of US: $12.5T (53000x)
    > Tricycle weight: about 4 kg
    > Car weight: varies from 59kg (Peel P50, 14.75x)
    > to 3681 kg (Hummer H1 Alpha, 920x)
    > Crawler-Transporter weight: about 2700 metric tonnes (675000x),
    > including diesel fuel tanks
    > Krupp/Rheinbraun Bagger-288 bucket-wheel excavator weight:
    > about 12300 metric tonnes (3.08Mx) -- and that
    > doesn't include gas tanks; it's electrically driven!
    >
    > Taken from various sources.
    >
    >[*] his mom was from Kansas, and was white. The term
    > is slightly pejorative, though IMO less so than
    > some others. Barack styles himself African-American,
    > which actually is pretty accurate, since his dad was
    > from Kenya (and unfortunately died in an automobile
    > accident in 1982; his mother died of ovarian cancer
    > in 1995). Of course the racists are hiding in the
    > woodwork as it's very obvious (if rather immaterial
    > to his actual proposals) that he's not lily-white,
    > unlike the Republican ticket. We'll see come November
    > whether all this makes any freaking difference.


    You have responded to a forgery that used my posting ID (look at the
    headers).
    Apparently Snit is up to his old forgery tricks... again.

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit



  10. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article ,
    "Steve Carroll" wrote:

    > "iMojo" wrote in message
    > news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > > In article
    > > ,
    > > MuahMan wrote:
    > >
    > >> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    > >> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    > >> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > >>
    > >> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    > >
    > > So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > > even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > > hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >
    > Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? Snit says we should
    > vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    > president. Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president? What
    > happened to his crap about that?


    Snit, please grow up and stop forging my posting ID.

    Thanks.

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit



  11. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article ,
    Snit wrote:

    > "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    > 4cg6p5-rdo.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:
    >
    > > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > >
    > > wrote
    > > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > > :
    > >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    > >> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > >>> In article
    > >>> ,
    > >>> MuahMan wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    > >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    > >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > >>>>
    > >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    > >>>
    > >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    > >
    > > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > > $1.7T economy).

    >
    > According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor of a
    > relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.
    >
    > <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...title=sarah-pa
    > lin-gender-card>
    >
    > Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.
    >
    > Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    > experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience



    Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined. Oops!

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit

  12. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article ,
    Snit wrote:

    > "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    > 4cg6p5-rdo.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:
    >
    > > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > >
    > > wrote
    > > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > > :
    > >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    > >> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > >>> In article
    > >>> ,
    > >>> MuahMan wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    > >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    > >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > >>>>
    > >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    > >>>
    > >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    > >
    > > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > > $1.7T economy).

    >
    > According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor of a
    > relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.
    >
    > <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...title=sarah-pa
    > lin-gender-card>
    >
    > Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.
    >
    > Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    > experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience



    Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined. Oops!

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit



  13. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article ,
    "Steve Carroll" wrote:

    > In article ,
    > Snit wrote:
    >
    > > "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    > > 4cg6p5-rdo.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:
    > >
    > > > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > > >
    > > > wrote
    > > > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > > > :
    > > >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    > > >> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > > >>> In article
    > > >>> ,
    > > >>> MuahMan wrote:
    > > >>>
    > > >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers. Some
    > > >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken record
    > > >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > > >>>>
    > > >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    > > >>>
    > > >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > > >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > > >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?
    > > >
    > > > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > > > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > > > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > > > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > > > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > > > $1.7T economy).

    > >
    > > According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor of a
    > > relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.
    > >
    > > <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...title=sarah-pa
    > > lin-gender-card>
    > >
    > > Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.
    > >
    > > Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    > > experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience

    >
    >
    > Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined. Oops!


    Yeah, right.
    http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...6&title=sarah-
    palin-gender-card

    Look at how Republican supporters have been falling all over themselves,
    reversing their positions on qualifications for the VP position.

    --
    Timberwoof
    http://www.timberwoof.com
    People who can't spell get kicked out of Hogwarts.

  14. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "Timberwoof" stated in post
    timberwoof.spam-EBE820.2323050409200...nntp.sonic.net on 9/4/08
    11:23 PM:

    >> Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined. Oops!

    >
    > Yeah, right.
    > http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...6&title=sarah-
    > palin-gender-card
    >
    > Look at how Republican supporters have been falling all over themselves,
    > reversing their positions on qualifications for the VP position.


    Why are such flip-flops not pointed out on the nightly news? If the media
    truly were liberal... or even unbiased and doing their jobs!... such videos
    would be shown on the nightly news.


    --
    Is Swiss cheese made out of hole milk?


  15. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME


    > Many of the Alaskan newspapers are talking about he lack of being a good
    > candidate... if they do not think she is why should the rest of the country?
    >
    >


    Gee a liberal newspaper editorial doesn't like Palin? What a shock.
    Of course
    she has a 90% approval rating in her home state That is the highest
    approval rating for a
    public official in US History. But hell SNIT, who wants happy
    constituents. I WANT HAPPY PUNDITS!!! lol@ you liberals.

    Oh and BTW, The Congress' approval rating is currently 8.7%. Yes, that
    Congress. The one with the Democratic majority

    >
    > --
    > I think we [the folks who make Linux desktops] don't yet deliver a good
    > enough user experience.
    > - Mark Shuttleworth (founded Canonical Ltd. / Ubuntu Linux)- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -



  16. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "MuahMan" stated in post
    eaf38833-8100-449b-be02-142773237d90...oglegroups.com on 9/5/08
    1:55 AM:

    >
    >> Many of the Alaskan newspapers are talking about he lack of being a good
    >> candidate... if they do not think she is why should the rest of the country?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Gee a liberal newspaper editorial doesn't like Palin?


    What paper do you mean?

    > What a shock. Of course she has a 90% approval rating in her home state That
    > is the highest approval rating for a public official in US History. But hell
    > SNIT, who wants happy constituents. I WANT HAPPY PUNDITS!!! lol@ you liberals.


    You are babbling... and claiming I am a Liberal. I tend to lean to the left
    but am quite moderate.

    > Oh and BTW, The Congress' approval rating is currently 8.7%. Yes, that
    > Congress. The one with the Democratic majority


    I am sure you think you made a point that was on topic. Don't you?



    --
    Teachers open the door but you must walk through it yourself.


  17. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    On Sep 5, 4:55*am, MuahMan wrote:
    > > Many of the Alaskan newspapers are talking about he lack of being a good
    > > candidate... if they do not think she is why should the rest of the country?

    >
    > Gee a liberal newspaper editorial doesn't like Palin? What a shock.
    > Of course
    > she has a 90% approval rating in her home state That is the highest
    > approval rating for a
    > public official in US History. But hell SNIT, who wants happy
    > constituents. I WANT HAPPY PUNDITS!!! lol@ you liberals.
    >
    > Oh and BTW, The Congress' approval rating is currently 8.7%. Yes, that
    > Congress. The one with the Democratic majority
    >
    >
    >
    > > --
    > > I think we [the folks who make Linux desktops] don't yet deliver a good
    > > enough user experience.
    > > - Mark Shuttleworth (founded Canonical Ltd. / Ubuntu Linux)- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > > - Show quoted text -


    Can we shoot the current congress if the approval rating
    is lower then the linux approval rating for desktops, let's say,
    1.7%?

  18. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    On Sep 5, 5:00*am, Snit wrote:
    > "MuahMan" stated in post
    > eaf38833-8100-449b-be02-142773237...@b1g2000hsg.googlegroups.com on 9/5/08
    > 1:55 AM:
    >
    >
    >
    > >> Many of the Alaskan newspapers are talking about he lack of being a good
    > >> candidate... if they do not think she is why should the rest of the country?

    >
    > > Gee a liberal newspaper editorial doesn't like Palin?

    >
    > What paper do you mean?


    The sames ones you are referring to.


    >
    > > What a shock. Of course she has a 90% approval rating in her home stateThat
    > > is the highest approval rating for a public official in US History. Buthell
    > > SNIT, who wants happy constituents. I WANT HAPPY PUNDITS!!! lol@ you liberals.

    >
    > You are babbling... and claiming I am a Liberal. *I tend to lean to theleft
    > but am quite moderate.


    I'm not babbling, I'm making sense. The babbling you hear are the
    voices in your head. Maybe your Xanax is wearing off. Maybe if you
    concentrate you'll understand the second time you read it. I'd write
    in pretty crayons for you if I could.

    Of course she has a 90% approval rating in her home state That
    is the highest approval rating for a public official in US History.
    But hell
    SNIT, who wants happy constituents. I WANT HAPPY PUNDITS!!! lol@ you
    liberals.


    Snit, can you explain why you are ashamed of being a card carrying
    member of the socialist party?


    >
    > > Oh and BTW, The Congress' approval rating is currently 8.7%. Yes, that
    > > Congress. The one with the Democratic majority

    >
    > I am sure you think you made a point that was on topic. *Don't you?
    >
    > --
    > Teachers open the door but you must walk through it yourself.



  19. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    On Sep 4, 9:59*pm, The Ghost In The Machine
    wrote:
    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > > Do you support Obama for the same reason Snit does? *Snit says we should
    > > vote for Obama simply because it is time for America to have a black
    > > president. *Wasn't Clinton supposed to be the first black president? *What
    > > happened to his crap about that?

    >
    > If that's the only reason one wants to vote for Barack
    > Obama, then someone's being very silly. *


    I don't know, the most important issues in most elections seem to be
    gay marriage and abortion. Voting based on either of those seems
    sillier. On top of that, we have basically two choices. Neither happen
    to fit my idea of what America should be like, so what difference does
    it make if I vote because I think a black president would be cool? By
    the way I don't vote at all. They're all scum and until they change
    the system I abstain.

  20. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article ,
    Timberwoof wrote:

    > In article ,
    > "Steve Carroll" wrote:
    >
    > > In article ,
    > > Snit wrote:
    > >
    > > > "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    > > > 4cg6p5-rdo.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:
    > > >
    > > > > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > > > >
    > > > > wrote
    > > > > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > > > > :
    > > > >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    > > > >> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > > > >>> In article
    > > > >>> ,
    > > > >>> MuahMan wrote:
    > > > >>>
    > > > >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers.
    > > > >>>> Some
    > > > >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken
    > > > >>>> record
    > > > >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    > > > >>>>
    > > > >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    > > > >>>
    > > > >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > > > >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns), a
    > > > >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?
    > > > >
    > > > > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > > > > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > > > > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > > > > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > > > > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > > > > $1.7T economy).
    > > >
    > > > According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor of
    > > > a
    > > > relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.
    > > >
    > > > <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...6&title=sarah-
    > > > pa
    > > > lin-gender-card>
    > > >
    > > > Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.
    > > >
    > > > Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    > > > experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience

    > >
    > >
    > > Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined. Oops!

    >
    > Yeah, right.


    It is right.

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit

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