f'ing Travesty! On this I Blame Bush For Going Along

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    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tm...orld/20040917/wl_oneworld/4536942841095439163

    One world says it all...

     
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    He had to do this. The dems will have to shut up when their precious international community says the election is fair.
     
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    I couldn't even finish the article, I'm so mad. "Deeply troubling....2000 election"???!!! What the hell is President Bush thinking??!! Allowing this travesty gives creedence to the lying whiners who STILL can't get over the fact that they lost! Allowing other nations into our business is a gross violation of our sovereignty. And, forget about the potential for abuse. We've seen what happens when someone in a position of power, who is supposed to be objective and dispassionate, allows his personal prejudices to drive his actions RATHER than the pursuit of the truth. Just who do you think these "dispassionate" observers are rooting for?

    More to the point, who's going to be observing THEM?

    I need a drink.
     
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    I hope you're right, RWA. Damn, I'm mad!

    P.S. - I actually owned a Cordoba. That Corinthian leather WAS pretty f***ing rich(LOL).
     
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    The real question is what will happen if they declare it invalid. As we've seen, most likely nothing.
     
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    LOL! Recommend that we take military action against ourselves, maybe? I'm sure they'd be happy to send a token force.
     
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    If they say anything but "this is the fairest election we've ever seen" can we hold em all hostages?
     
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    It probably wouldn't surprise the hell out of them. After all, that's how these things are done, isn't it?

    And we're asking THEM for advice.
     
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    Please excuse this digression, but I could not help but wonder what you and rgtwngAvngr were talking about with your Corinthian leather references. Even more strange, rgtwngAvngr's signature attributed some whacky phrase about Corinthian leather to my all time favorite megalomaniac, Khan...er, I mean Ricardo Mantalban. So I researched it on the net. http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Ricardo_Montalban Apparently, Khan was a car salesman back in 1975! How could that be? I always imagined that he was real busy conquering the universe. Anyway, here's a picture of Ricardo wearing rich Corinthian leather:

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    Kahn!!!!




    Kahn!!!!!
     

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