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Munchkin Man
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Hey Dudes!

The Munchkin Man comes before you with a heavy heart and a plea for help.

For the Munchkin Man had a nightmare last night of horrific proportions.

The Munchkin Man's nightmare was that Hillary Clinton really did become elected as the next President of the United States.

Please don't let this happen.

Let the Munchkin Man tell you a little bit about the Munchkin Man and his loyal followers.

Let the Munchkin Man tell you about the Munchkin Man Crusade.

The Munchkin Man has legions of loyal Munchkin Maniacs all over the world.

These loyal Munchkin Maniacs take their vitamins, say their prayers, and read all of the Munchkin Man's posts, each and every single day, wherever the Munchkin Man goes, and whenever duty calls.

The Munchkin Man, with his 56 inch waist, and his legions of loyal Munchkin Maniacs, team together to form the most powerful force in the universe.

The name of this force is:

MUNCHKIN MANIA!!!

:::::::::Munchkin Man Flexing His Tummy Muscles!!!:::::::

Although Munchkin Mania is the most powerful force in the universe, it may not be enough to stop the damage to this country if Hillary Clinton is elected as the next President of the United States!

This is why the Munchkin Man and all his Munchkin Maniacs need your help.

Please do not vote for Hillary Clinton for your next President!

Please join forces with the Munchkin Man, and his loyal Munchkin Maniacs, to make Munchkin Mania, the most powerful force in the universe, more powerful than ever before, by pledging NOT to vote for Hillary Clinton for President.

Join the Munchkin Man Crusade!

Become a Munchkin Maniac!

Join the force of Munchkin Mania!

Otherwise.................

Whatcha gonna' do....................

When the Munchkin Man.............

And his 56 inch tummy muscles.................

Come running wild after you!?

Munchkin Man!

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I'm voting for Hillary [Razz] enough of the GOP and their last 8 years of BS... [Mad]

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Hey Munchkin man,

Was that suppose to be persuasive?...Tummy muscle?
I am also voting for Hillary! My "club" is called "The Bush Reversal" or perhaps "Reversal of the Bushell effect" maybe even The "Getting out of debt" club? For serious

Was there a good reason why you didn't want to vote for Hillary? I didn't see anything...which leads me too believe you are still in the mindset of living in a third world country...where kenises rule the land. Wake up!

-WDCISCO (male)

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Screw Hillary. She had her 8 year segway.... im wasting my vote on Ron Paul

Giuliani doesnt impress me right now

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quote:
Originally posted by rimasco:
Screw Hillary. She had her 8 year segway.... im wasting my vote on Ron Paul

Giuliani doesnt impress me right now

Why would you waste it...vote for hillary. [Wink]
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im with munchkin man on this one.
hillary is not to be trusted. remember when she said it was ok to take money from lobby groups? this is the primary reason why we have wars, some of the biggest lobbys in the world are pro-war folks with ties to defense/security companies. (hint) AIPAC,AEI,JINSA,PNAC
here she is pandering to one of said lobbies.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8gHmJUa720&mode=related&search=

you absolutely CANNOT put another nations security ahead of your own. ever!

BTW Just because you hate bush doesnt automatically mean you should vote hillary. You really have to look at the whole administration, the guys giving (cherry picking) intel to bush, guys like deputy sec. of defense Paul Wolfowitz, remember that he signed the PNAC letter to clinton advising him to topple saddam hussein, saying he was a threat to his neighbors in the middle east but the only country mentioned in that letter was Israel.
http://www.newamericancentury.org/iraqclintonletter.htm
other signatories, who happen to be in the bush adminstration include:Elliott Abrams, Richard Armitage,Dick Cheney,Zalmay Khalilzad,"Scooter" Libby,Richard Perle,Donald Rumsfeld,Randy Scheunemann,Dov S. Zakheim,Robert B. Zoellick
feel free to type any of these names into wikipedia or sourcewatch if you dont know who they are.
Hillary and Giuliani are the absolute WORST choices out there. i've said this before but check out who Giuliani's foreign policy advisor is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Podhoretz

i'll stop before i get to out of hand
but im voting first and foremost Ron Paul, and i had an interest in Mccain until i found out he hired PNAC member Randy Scheunemann as his foreign policy aide, do you see what i mean? its the same guys behind the president calling the shots, and they have an agenda, and it doesnt put americas interests first.

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quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
Hey Munchkin man,

Was that suppose to be persuasive?...Tummy muscle?
I am also voting for Hillary! My "club" is called "The Bush Reversal" or perhaps "Reversal of the Bushell effect" maybe even The "Getting out of debt" club? For serious

Was there a good reason why you didn't want to vote for Hillary? I didn't see anything...which leads me too believe you are still in the mindset of living in a third world country...where kenises rule the land. Wake up!

-WDCISCO (male)

The Munchkin Man is urging you NOT to vote for Hillary Clinton in order to help prevent the United States from becoming a third world country!

Hillary Clinton is a hard core socialist. Bringing the economic power of the United States down to the needs of her socialist agenda is exactly what she wants.

Hillary Clinton has even admitted in public speeches that she favors the redistribution of wealth. This is socialism.

Wealth should not be distributed.

Wealth should be earned.

That's called capitalism.

If the Munchkin Man is unable to explain it to you........

Then maybe you should start listening to the Sean Hannity radio show.

He can probably explain it to you far better than the Munchkin Man can.

Oh by the way, you also wrote:
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"I got in DPDW at 1.78. What is it now?"
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The Munchkin Man got in DPDW at $0.55.

Nah Nah Nah Nah Boo Boo!!!

Munchkin Man

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quote:
Originally posted by Munchkin Man:
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
Hey Munchkin man,

Was that suppose to be persuasive?...Tummy muscle?
I am also voting for Hillary! My "club" is called "The Bush Reversal" or perhaps "Reversal of the Bushell effect" maybe even The "Getting out of debt" club? For serious

Was there a good reason why you didn't want to vote for Hillary? I didn't see anything...which leads me too believe you are still in the mindset of living in a third world country...where kenises rule the land. Wake up!

-WDCISCO (male)

The Munchkin Man is urging you NOT to vote for Hillary Clinton in order to help prevent the United States from becoming a third world country!

Hillary Clinton is a hard core socialist. Bringing the economic power of the United States down to the needs of her socialist agenda is exactly what she wants.

Hillary Clinton has even admitted in public speeches that she favors the redistribution of wealth. This is socialism.

Wealth should not be distributed.

Wealth should be earned.

That's called capitalism.

If the Munchkin Man is unable to explain it to you........

Then maybe you should start listening to the Sean Hannity radio show.

He can probably explain it to you far better than the Munchkin Man can.

Oh by the way, you also wrote:
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"I got in DPDW at 1.78. What is it now?"
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The Munchkin Man got in DPDW at $0.55.

Nah Nah Nah Nah Boo Boo!!!

Munchkin Man

Well munchkin man I have to say ...if you really did get in dpdw at .55 ...NICE!

...but don't let some dude on the radio force his opinions on you....do your DD,...if you look at all the "bad" things a person did/will do and not the good...you will get no where.

...after all it takes a Clinton to clean up after a Bush.


Oh yeah..*ahem*

...and a little teamwork. [Wink]


WHAM!


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wdcisco:

haha you talk about "teamwork"
this is the real teamwork going on
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while we bicker about partisan politics these jerkoffs are really on the same team.. and, by the way you and i are not on that team.
learn to look past the (R) or (D) next to a persons name it means nothing.

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quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
wdcisco:

haha you talk about "teamwork"
this is the real teamwork going on
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while we bicker about partisan politics these jerkoffs are really on the same team.. and, by the way you and i are not on that team.
learn to look past the (R) or (D) next to a persons name it means nothing.

Listen man...I don't really give a sh!t who the next president is...clinton, paul, etc. as long as he/she can reverse what Bush did to our country...we are not as reliable and trustworthy to other countries as before...we are so incredibly in debt its not even funny....and schools, health care...need I go on?? Its messed up.

I did look at paul...I definently have nothing against him (yet)....Heck maybe he will be the next (great) president...That would be awesome...A great president... [Roll Eyes]

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All I know so far is that I'm not voting for Munchie. I'll reserve the rest of my judgment for 2008. My OPINION is that whomever runs on the democratic ticket will be taking the oval office from the republicans hands.

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Ron Paul is the only candidate worthy of my vote.

The rest of the republicrats are nothing more than talking heads...and if ANY of the other candidates from either side are elected...it will be business as usual in this country.

Hillary is nothing more than a professional politician...and will do as much or more harm to this country than Bush has done. Same agenda...different label.

Personally I'm looking for a change of direction in this country...and I believe there are a lot of other Americans that feel the same way...

I watched the Republican debate in Florida the other night and the only candidate that honestly answered the questions was Ron Paul...no party-line B.S. just honest and sensible answers.
The rest were reading from a script. He was the only candidate that drew boo's at that debate and then a Fox News poll immediately after the debate showed Ron Paul as the winner by a HUGE margin...That is the kind of candidate that I, and evidently many other Americans, are looking for...

I suggest to everyone here to at least take a closer look at Ron Paul before deciding...

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quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
wdcisco:

haha you talk about "teamwork"
this is the real teamwork going on
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while we bicker about partisan politics these jerkoffs are really on the same team.. and, by the way you and i are not on that team.
learn to look past the (R) or (D) next to a persons name it means nothing.

BINGO!!!

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quote:
Originally posted by Munchkin Man:


For the Munchkin Man had a nightmare last night of horrific proportions.

The Munchkin Man's nightmare was that Hillary Clinton really did become elected as the next President of the United States.

Please don't let this happen.


i had that nightmare in '04...

i encouraged Republicans not to vote for Bush because of it. Now we face a Dem run Congress and White House.

Billary threw Kerry under the bus so they could get back in..

had Kerry won in '04? the GOP would be a shoo-in right now...

the Dems are not going to do anything about the presidential powers that have been unconstitutionally increased. they'll continue on the same path...
if anything? they'll increase the power of the federal govt in general..

sure, they'll select different judges...
but they won't change much of anything else.

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Has Ross Perot put his name in the hat yet?

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ya...

didn't work out

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If Ross Perot would have got it back then, I think the U.S. would be sailing in alot better boat right now...

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Ron Paul could be considered more of a TRUE Democrat AND Republican then any of these other talking heads up there.

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We need a real change...
It's going to take generation X to fix what all the Baby Boomers are going to do to this great country...

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i'm really glad to see some support for ron paul. i didnt think he did as good during this last debate as he did in the others but he knows his stuff and stays consistant.
i was eyeballing obama but im not to sure about that guy.

BTW where did fox get all the "boo"ers in the audience? booing paul for a foreign policy that actually makes sense
kinda reminds me of when they purposely turned up giuliani's mic so you could hear him laughing at paul.

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Don't worry munch. I will never vote for Hillary.


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watching the dem debate tonight. Hillary still won't answer any questions. she wants to appoint committees to study the issues,
all of them..

i still have no idea what she believes except that she's running against Bush and Cheney...

and her statements on illegal aliens drivers licenses was double speak. i can't wait to read the transcripts...


hillary avoided answering every single question...

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I thought they all "avoided answering every single question...", except one.

Edwards emphatically said he was against legalizing weed. (I strongly disagree with him and believe the nation will legalize it within the next dozen years. Legalized weed is the tendency of the non-red-neck public. The sentiment grows every year......not because they want to ease up on drugs (if it really is one), but because of the damage being done by the expense to the public till of keeping it criminal. Should he become president and have the chance to veto a bill to that effect, I believe he will not.)

Prohibition never works.

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quote:
Originally posted by bdgee:
I thought they all "avoided answering every single question...", except one candidate on one single question.

Edwards emphatically said he was against legalizing weed. (I strongly disagree with him and believe the nation will legalize it within the next dozen years. Legalized weed is the tendency of the non-red-neck public. The sentiment grows every year......not because they want to ease up on drugs (if it really is one), but because of the damage being done by the expense to the public till of keeping it criminal. Should he become president and have the chance to veto a bill to that effect, I believe he will not.)

Prohibition never works.


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Oops, I clicked the wrong durn button.

You can see what I added for clarity and specificity.

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Billary already had their chance to to legalise weed...

instead? they wasted their political capital with a gun ban...

hillary won't legalise it..
i think i saw her raise her hand with edwards...

have to watch again to make sure..
i would also like to see weed de-criminalised and sold like beer...
chronic (or whatever they are calling it these days) would be like liquor...

and taxed to da moon...

i bet they could raise 10 million dollars a day minimum...on Fed taxes alone...

it's a disgrace to see violent offenders released early while weed crimes are filling up the cells with mandatory sentences...

Joe Biden answered every question... i like him...

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Hillary Clinton eats dead babies for breakfast Ross perots flash card about Arkansas having the highest infant mortality should give you a clue about that ****. And now she is a war pig also after lying her way to victory against the war like the rest of the democrats. Republicans are facists and will have us locked in a concentration camp soon if we dont stop them.. But I dont know how we can stop them with Hillary and Co. as the only alternative. You that support Hitlary are sick *******s, shes worse than Bush because Bush is to stupid to be dsngerous, she is smart and she will join with the right to destroy this country. She loves this war she owns haliburton and makes a million dollars everytime a Iraqi market is evaporated ,, death death death,, you all will die and burn in hell. Satan will have you all.
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In spite of the bad English, your sentiment is way more than clear and, of course, transmitence of thought (bad choice of word, since it doesn't take a lot of thought {if any} to be that biased) is a primary intent and purpose of language.

Your post, in its extremes, is vulgar (in the classical sense) and includes several out and out falsehoods, but you have made clear your position.
You should be proud?

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I like joe biden too.

I also think his Iraq ideas can work....

Gosh, he has extensive experience and I do think he is a politican but I think he has a good heart...His wife worked at a school I attended and she was real....

it is a long shot but he could be prez...
dump hillary and who do we have? I think biden is one i could vote for...and liking my choice.

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I think Biden is a man I could enjoy sitting under a summer afternoon oak tree sippin iced beer with, swappin tales of younger days and girls we knew and dreams we had and ball games we didn't have a chance to see.

To tell the truth, I think we need him more in the Senate than as president.

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I'm with you Munch!!!!
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quote:
Originally posted by ruthie:
I'm with you Munch!!!!

God Bless You, Ruthie!

And God Bless America!

Munchkin Man

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quote:
Originally posted by bdgee:
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Bronze this post!

Mr. Bdgee is finally at a loss for words.

Munchkin Man

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I can't believe people are thinking of voting for this woman. When I ask people why they are going to vote for Hillary most people say because she's a woman. BECAUSE SHE'S A WOMAN! Give me a break people! We're talking about the next leader of our country not high school prom queen. Most people who are going to vote for her can't even tell you one good thing she's done for New York. Obama is the same way. People say, "Oh I am voting for Obama because he's black." It makes me want to rip my arm off so I have something to beat them with. Living in Hawaii its even worse I get the "Dude you gotta vote for the popolo (pigeon slang for someone who is black) from Oahu." I just don't know what to do with that kind of ignorance. It's really mind blowing that people are that some people are actually going to vote based and race and/or gender. It's like being in High School and when people voted for the hottest guy/girl to be class president or something. I haven't decided who I am voting for no one really impresses me. It seems like the same crap every four years. How about some one who is real. Some one who is going to be accountable for there screw ups. No one is perfect but when you are the leader of a country and you mess up ADMIT IT! I'll vote for who ever can get us out of Iraq with out waving the white flag, who will give good incentives for people to use clean energy and can make this country energy independent with out removing mountain tops. I'll vote for the person who will abolish the unconstitutional patriot act and who won't give amnesty to people who come into this country ILLEGALLY. I'll vote for the person who come up with a real solution to health care and not adopt systems that don't work! I'll vote for the person who says "I'm not perfect but I will do the best I can." But really all in all I'll will vote for the first person that shows the slightest bit of common sense. But I'm not going to hold my breath.

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"Believe nothing....unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense." - Buddha

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