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Discussion in 'Women's Fans and More' started by CRays6, Nov 3, 2004.
We don't hate you for voting that way, but just remember Abby won't love you forever!
Hey dammit, there's a soccer game tonight.
Screw the election!
Predictions? Anyone know who were even playing?
Denmark at the Meadowlands; I foresee a competitive game here, for a change. 2-1, US
*would have named the new KK 'Four More Effin Years? ****' , but that's just me.
My relatives in Ohio who when they weren't citizens yet were so pro-Democrat. Once they were sworn in, they turned Republican. :|
When I went to the US Soccer homepage for the matchtracker thingy, a U-19 world championships story caught my eye, especially our coaching staff:
Head Coach: Mark Krikorian (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Assistant Coach: Erica Walsh (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Goalkeeper Coach: Melissa Moore (San Diego, Calif.)
WAR THE U-19's!
asians are possibly the most selfish people out there
We need to have this on the first page, since it reflects how just about all of us are feeling right now:
This is true.
It's nice to know that it's 8 minutes and counting to the game, and US Soccer says I can still purchase tickets for it
Where's the tardwagon???
First off, this is not personally directed at anyone. Broad generalizations here, and just some stuff going through my head....
I just really want to know what people who voted for him were thinking. If it was mainly on religious grounds, then I seriously think that's stupid, free country or not (and, yes, being a free country means people are allowed to be as stupid as they want to be). There are too many issues and lives at stake, and if people based their vote for him on that, then they have just confirmed what I really didn't want to believe -- too many people mindlessly follow what they are told, rather then actually thinking about the possible ramifications. I guess that way they don't have to take any personal responsibility for what happens.
I find it seriously hard to believe that the majority of people have voted for someone who -- if this were another country -- would be brought up on war crimes, someone who wants to make it legal to discriminate against part of the population, and someone who has stripped away our rights under the guise of national security (it just reeks of McCarthyism and Communist Russia).
And, yes, people should be allowed to vote how they want, but I can still be pissed off about the outcome, and be disappointed that people are seemingly choosing to bury their heads in the sand. There is just too much at stake to have major decisions be based on religious grounds. Afterall, I do think there's something in the Constitution about separation of church and state.
Yeah, I know. Religion and fear. Nice reasons to make someone President.
Matchtrackerus Interruptus, unfortunately, so we'll have to wait a bit longer...
Move here. It's almost legal...
I'm your favorite.
*remembers taking that*
On it's way to the White House to pay a visit.
*waves HI to the FBI**burns the Patriot Act*
More stuff, also from MSNBC:
*three pages later*
Donut shoot the messenger.
1-0, Denmark. Merete Petersen beat Chastain to a ball and sent it past Scurry in the 8th minute.
*grumbling about Matchcast and Pogo games not working on my computer the last few days*
Here's another thing I can blame on Bush. My computer is so distraught over him being re-elected that it will no longer let programs that previously worked do their thang. Dubya is ********in' with my computer too!
US lineup: Scurry, Chastain, Mitts, Markgraf, Rampone, Boxx, Foudy, Wagner, Lilly, Mia, Abby.
Guess I'm going to see Tegan and Sara alone tomorrow.