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Anybody read Michael Moore's latest letter?
He's right. People should not be down about Dean's third place finish in Iowa.
I feel for that Dean precinct captain who only had 11 people come out. I guess I don't feel that way because in my ward alone, over 200 people came out for Dean. He came in second to Kerry though. But with third place in our ward for Kucinich (even though he abstained instead of voting against the war) that makes an overwhelming number of anti-war votes. There were plenty of students for Kerry, but there were a lot of young people and first-time caucus-goers who came out.
"Ward 1 finished platform work around 9:30. It went about 290 Kerry, 205 Dean, 158 Kucinich (+/- 10, I don't remember exact numbers for Kerry/Dean). Kerry got 12 delegates, 9 for Dean, and 7 for Kucinich."
Isn't it all so exciting?!?! :|

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themonkey
Jan. 22nd, 2004 03:00 am (UTC)
It's nice to hear that the number of people voting has doubled. Even I, who never cared about anything political until Bush fucked up my life, will be registering before the Nov elections. I think that there are many people exactly like me doing the same thing. Bush must go away, and fast.
chaosbubble
Jan. 28th, 2004 12:41 pm (UTC)
I haven't read it, but it's true! Don't count your chickens before they hatch.... I know this is corny, but can I add you to my buddy list and vice-versa?
apocalypselater
Jan. 30th, 2004 10:03 am (UTC)
yah, sure.
I'm not on lj much for the time being though.
chaosbubble
Feb. 3rd, 2004 02:16 pm (UTC)
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Cool. Hey, have you seen the LOTR cartoon satire where Dubya is Golem? It's so friggin' hilarious.
apocalypselater
Feb. 10th, 2004 08:32 am (UTC)
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No! That sounds funny. Where can I see it?
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