[eDebate] You're an Idiot, Jack (was confederate fag eats shit)
Thu Jan 8 13:19:05 CST 2004
You're an idiot, Jack.
Your calling Dean a confererate fag and your ridiculous questioning of my
queerness means you should apologize to me for comments that are "on par
with Rev. Jackson's 'Hymie Town' ignorance."
Pot meet kettle.
You're an idiot, Jack.
The only people who think Dean was a racist for saying that southern whites
with confederate flags in the pick-up trucks should be voting Democrat
because they have the same economic interests as inner-city blacks are the
guys he is beating in the election and total dumbfucks like you.
Everybody else understood what he was saying. And most agree with the
You're an idiot, Jack.
I was on vacation, yes. But it was a sort of working vacation. I developed
a whole new network of Out for Dean supporters in New Jersey, visited the
Burlington headquarters, and also got in some time snowboarding at
Sugarbush. It was a short rest though. Hosted the Dean Meet-Up last night
at which we hand-wrote letters to undecided voters in Iowa and New Mexico.
Doing a literature drop for the DC primaries on Saturday morning. Speaking
at a rally with DC council members that afternoon. Off to Iowa to visit 17
different LGBT venues next weekend and attend the caucuses. Big party on
the 19th to celebrate wiping the floor with your guy, who just cried uncle
But that's the difference between you and me, Stomboli (and I suspect the
big difference between Clark supporters and Dean volunteers). Your support
of Clark is an excercise in political calculation. My support of Dean is an
exercise in political participation.
I'm not so star-struck with my guy as you seem to be with yours.
Tell us, AssJack, why do you agree with Clark on:
+ Leaving "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
+ Constitutional amendment to ban flag burning
+ Approval of vouchers on an "experimental" basis
+ Fundraising for the Bush-Cheney team as late as March, 2003
Let's just start there.
"I would have been a Republican if Karl Rove had returned my phone calls." -
You're an idiot, Jack
From: Jack Stroube [mailto:stroube at ndtceda.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 1:31 AM
To: edebate at ndtceda.com
Subject: [eDebate] CNN/GALLUP POLL: confederate fag eats shit
A 21 POINT SLIP...OOPS...AND THE DEAN CAMPAIGN IS STILL ROLLING GREAT...YEAH
RIGHT...AMAZING NEITHER COOP OR ANY OTHER DEAN SUPPORTER HAS A DEFENSE OF
THE PICKUP TRUCK CONFEDERATE FLAG = RACISM AGAINST FORMER BLACK SLAVES
AND HYPOCRITICAL ANTI-QUEER DISCRIMINATION ARGUMENT. NOT ONE DUMBFUCK
CAN DEFEND B/C IT IS INDEFENSIBLE AND ONE OF THE SEVERAL COMMENTS THAT ARE
KILLING DEAN'S #S ON PAR W REV JACKSON'S "HYMIE TOWN" IGNORANCE. "WE DON'T
CARE IF DEAN RETRACTS HIS RACISM OR NOT, B/C WE ARE STUPID SAME SEX
IDEOLOGUES WHO JUST CARE ABOUT THE IMAGE OF OUR CANDIDATE WHO WILL SAVE US
B/C WE ARE SHEEP"!!! IF YOU REALLY WERE QUEEER YOU WOULD DEMAND A
RETRACTION FROM THE CONFEDERATE FAG AND STOP TRYING TO SWEEP HIS MISTAKES
UNDER THE RUG LIKE AN ARDENT FOLLOWER CAUGHT UP IN THE FEVER OF THE
PRIMARIES UNABLE TO ASSESS YOUR MAN W A CRITICAL EYE. DON'T CUM ON THIS
AFTER A VACATION AND DROP A KEY ARGUMENT AND THEN SHOW OUTDATED POLL #S
IN FAVOR OF YOUR CANDIDATE AND PRETEND YOU ARE ANYTHING BUT A TOTALLY
WEAK RACIST MOTHER FUCKER ASSHOLE. WHY DON'T YOU WRITE A LETTER TO ROSS
SMITH AND REQUEST THAT HE SWITCH THE NAME OF THE WAKE TOURNAMENT BACK TO
"DIXIE" SO YOUR MAN DEAN CAN GET THOSE PICK UP TRUCK VOTES:
Poll: Clark closes in on Dean
Gannett News Service
WASHINGTON - Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor who pulled away from
Democratic field in early December, has lost his lead over No. 2 Wesley
Clark, the former
NATO commander, a USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup poll shows.
Dean slipped from a 21-point gap to 4 points, effectively a tie within the
President Bush begins the election year with the national mood improving and
support on key issues building. Overall, 60 percent of those surveyed
approve of the job
Bush is doing. His ratings on handling the economy, Iraq, education and
taxes are all
favorable. And 55 percent say they are satisfied with the way things are
going in the
country, the highest level in nearly nine months.
If Dean is the Democratic nominee, the poll finds, Bush beats him by 22
points among likely voters. Against an unnamed Democrat, Bush wins by 17
"These are very positive numbers for the president," says Merle Black, a
scientist at Emory University in Atlanta. "If they continue into the spring,
it will be
difficult for Bush to lose. He's doing well on the two main issues the
election will be
fought over, the economy and Iraq."
Bush is still enjoying a bounce from the Dec. 14 capture of Saddam Hussein
news on the economic front, says Democratic pollster Celinda Lake.
Dean's slip and uncertainty among Democrats suggests that the nomination
still fluid. The first key contests are precinct caucuses Jan. 19 in Iowa
balloting Jan. 27 in New Hampshire. Arizona's Democratic primary is Feb. 3.
Dean still leads in polls in both states. Clark is not competing in Iowa,
Rep. Richard Gephardt is Dean's strongest rival.
Other than Clark, Democratic candidates made few gains in the USA TODAY
poll in the
Voters view Clark more favorably than Dean, fueling charges by the other
that Dean cannot beat Bush. Clark is the only Democrat with an overall
Just 28 percent of adults view Dean favorably; 39 percent view him
rates 37 percent favorable and 26 percent unfavorable.
Bush has a 65 percent-35 percent favorable-unfavorable ratio.
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