Who cares if Dubya can't tell a billion from a trillion - Gore may have lied in 1979 about how many chickens his farm raised!!!!!!!!greenspun.com : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread
-- Lets be petty shall we (email@example.com), October 09, 2000
Drudge keeps hoping that if he throws enough mud at any Democratic candidate, it will stick.
The funniest thing to me? Drudge "claims" to be unbiased. His site reads like a love letter to the GOP.
-- just another Democrat (Shrub@bigloser.com), October 09, 2000.
Sigh.....we were all afraid it would come to this. Yes, it's..........
Oh the horror.....the horror.....
-- Patricia (PatriciaS@lasvegas.com), October 09, 2000.
Cheney's statement during the vice-presidential debate that "the government had absolutely nothing to do" with his success in the private sector "was, not to put too fine a point on it, a bald-faced lie," TomPaine.com suggests. In "the five years that Cheney headed up Halliburton, the company garnered some $2.3 billion in federal government contracts, nearly double the amount of government business the company did in the five-year period preceding his arrival. In all, Halliburton managed to obtain some $3.8 billion in government contracts and taxpayer-insured loans during Cheney's tenure."
-- Gore Has Integrity (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 10, 2000.
You all know a guy who no matter where you have been he has been somewhere better. You went on a 7 day cruise, his was 10. You dated the homecoming queen, he dated the queen and her sister. Your boat has a top speed of 45, his does 50. And yet somehow all of his bluster comes across as hollow approval seeking, as trying to make up for something within himself that is lacking. Al strikes me as being just like that guy.
-- Uncle Deedah (email@example.com), October 10, 2000.