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Old 11-01-2005, 02:25 PM   #1
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To those Americans who wished Bush was out!!!

For those Americans who have been arguing against the Bush-Rumsfeld-Cheney war cabal, you have a chance to put your money where your mouths are:

What? Drive out the Bush regime

When? November 2nd, 2005

Where? All across America

How many of you are going to find excuses to justify why you can't go and protest against the Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld government that shames America and her allies, that undermines freedom, destabilises regions, violates soverign nation states, and blithely ignores the impact our fossil fuel economic policies are having on our ecosystems? For the rest of you who are so proud of whatever remnants there are left of democracy and freedom ... please, as a Brit I beg you all - get out there and help the world be rid of this disease!!

Here's a secondary source:

... please ... do something
Old 11-01-2005, 03:16 PM   #2
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Whoa talk about a hippy web site...
If a president having relations with interns in the White House doesn't get them kicked out then I don't know what can get Bush out...
Old 11-01-2005, 04:15 PM   #3
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The arguments on the website are the same ones that went on before the election and he still got voted in. Somehow given just how divided the country is on the issue (and is like that for most presidents) its not going to matter but by all means it is their right to protest. So long as they don't tie up trafic at city hall again like they did before the war I don't mind.
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I'm closing this. We don't really do political threads here. They tend to promote division and flaming. Also, whatever your views, he was voted in by the people. Same as Tony Blair, not all the people, but enough.

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