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    Cyburbian Emeritus Chet's avatar
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    Reasons not to be a Democrat

    Like you need any, but this would convince me

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    Republicans are friendly with sheep? ew...
    When Jesus said "love your enemies", he probably didn't mean kill them.

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    Well, if it WAS local Republicans, they could have left a load of elephant . . . byproducts in her car

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    The best NEW reason...

    http://story.news.yahoo.com/fc?cid=3...mocratic_Party

    Is this guy for real? I mean, c'mon... Al, get a grip on reality.
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    ewwww

    sorry i think id vote Republican before I would vote for him

    yuck
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    Heck, even I, the evil lefty, would vote for a Republican before Al Sharpton.

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    Um, this may get me killed, but here goes....

    Does anybody remember James Watt, the great President Reagan's not-so-great Interior Secretary's comment about diversity on his committee? I quote: "a black, two women, a Jew and a cripple."

    Think about it.
    Al Sharpton.
    Hillary Clinton and Carol Mosley Braun both considering it.
    Joe Lieberman.
    Bob Kerrey.

    I only point out the coincidence.

    I'll go purchase some kevlar, now.

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    Originally posted by Michael Stumpf
    Um, this may get me killed, but here goes....

    Does anybody remember James Watt, the great President Reagan's not-so-great Interior Secretary's comment about diversity on his committee? I quote: "a black, two women, a Jew and a cripple."

    Think about it.
    Al Sharpton.
    Hillary Clinton and Carol Mosley Braun both considering it.
    Joe Lieberman.
    Bob Kerrey.

    I only point out the coincidence.

    I'll go purchase some kevlar, now.
    Damn Dude!?!?!?! Kevlar won't provide oxygen to you when you are in a burlap bag under water with a short block 350. The libs know how to take care of business, just ask Jimmy H.

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    holy shiZNit Mike that was a riot and yes don't sleep for the next 2 weeks.

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    Originally posted by El Guapo


    Damn Dude!?!?!?! Kevlar won't provide oxygen to you when you are in a burlap bag under water with a short block 350. The libs know how to take care of business, just ask Jimmy H.
    There's a lot to be said for the 350. As a Ford man, though, I prefer the 351 Cleveland.

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    Originally posted by Michael Stumpf


    There's a lot to be said for the 350. As a Ford man, though, I prefer the 351 Cleveland.
    I miss my 350. One of the few engines I knew so well I could tear it apart and put it back together. Now some ITT tech grad with a computer has to tune my engines...

    (A 440 with a six-pack was the coolest IMO)
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    Originally posted by Michael Stumpf


    There's a lot to be said for the 350. As a Ford man, though, I prefer the 351 Cleveland.
    Yeah, you'd never do that with an even remotely salvageable 351. On the other hand, about all a 350 is good for is ballast.

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    I had a 351C in my 72 Grand Torino once when I owned a mini-mullet. Thus, I suggested the GM product be used to drown your blasphemous arse.

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    Originally posted by El Guapo
    I had a 351C in my 72 Grand Torino once when I owned a mini-mullet. Thus, I suggested the GM product be used to drown your blasphemous arse.
    Wussies. My '72 GTO had a 440. Damn I loved that car. Such a shame my siser ran it under a semi trailer...

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    I figured when the title "Reasons not to be a Democrat" was posted it would keep up with the never ending thread because there are so very many reasons to chuck it and become a tool of Rumsfeld!

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    My favorite vehicle is an open air porsche convertible, tractor. 2.5 litres of single cylinder diesel goodness. Second would be the farm bomb, a 1967 willys jeep commando with a big block chevy engine from a cutlass supreme.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    Rumsfeld and Ashcroft scare the daylights out of me
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