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  1. Heath-La. 89GMC

    Heath-La. 89GMC 1/2 ton status

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    Im sick of all the Florida Bush-Gore crap. Gore is a sore loser and just wont give up like he should. I just wanted to do a little poll between our little circle and see what kind results we can get. So.. just answer Bush/Cheney or Sore/Loserman.. or sorry.. Gore/Lieberman..
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  2. JimmyDie6.2

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    Well I voted for the ticket that dosen't want to confiscate and melt down my guns, the ticket that dosen't want to shred my GTO because it's a "Gross Polluter", The ticket that dosen't want to tell me I can't stuff a 454 in my K5. The ticket that believes in States rights and not a socialist Utopia where your freedoms are infringed....so I voted for Bush and Cheney.........and I got Hillary as my F'en senator..........maybe I'll just quite my job, jump in the K5 with my guns and my Rott and drive west....JS....... who am I kidding I'll be stuck here forever.
     
  3. shaggyk5

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    i agreed a little with gore, a lot more with bush, i voted for bush, and im very sick of the democrats whining now. i really wish they would give up and concede, but i THINK that gore and his flunkies will not stop untill he is the president. by one way or another, he's never gonna quit.

    matt

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    aint nuthin in the world like a heavy chevy!!
     
  4. fr8train

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    First off join the club. There is a good side and a bad to this whole circus side show. We show our great democracy at work and we get bored/agrivated with the process. Really, B*@%h/Chumpy or Sore/Loserman doesnt matter. We lost our guns regardlss of who was in power. Remember we had a republican house majority that didnt veto/strike down/question that bill for firearms, and they wont ever. And as far as open space for 4x4 stuf is concerned be happy someone is stopping the bulldozers so FAT CAT Republican builders cant pave the earth or build more stupid golf courses, strip malls, or private game reserves. Its a peoples govt. that will side with the uneducated majority "tv said so, so it must be true" crowd, in any subject matter as long as they can stay in. With either of the canidates in we are screwed. I voted.

    "Lord have mercy on my next thirty years"
     
  5. TexasK5er

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    Bush!!!!!!

    Nail It!!!!
     
  6. JimmyDie6.2

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    Fr8train your partly right, If that is infact the way you feel then vote for Harry Browne and the Libertarian party, They really are the only choice for people who want to be free. I however take a more pragmatic approach, precisely because of what Nader did to Gore, I vote for the party who has a chance of winning, that infringes the least on my freedoms. My question to you is, what antigun bill in congress did the republicans not strike down??? The Brady law and the gun bans were all done by the Dems, (Pres, House, and Senate). That was a major reason why the republicans took over the congress. And why Republicans have a strong hold in the south. And why do you refer to republicans as "fat cats", I am a life long Republican and consider myself a man of average means. Gore and Lieberman will have more money than I will ever hope to have. Why is it they are so generous with my money??? Maybe they should give their millions of dollars away, get into the same economic bracket as me, then try to talk me into paying more taxes......JS
     
  7. talldogg

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    BBBBUUUUUUSSSSSSHHHHH!!!!! He won twice, enough already with the "stealing the election" crap! gore is a whiny little b!tch!!! Just my opinion, and yes I'm PO'd!!!!

    It's not what you buy, it's what you build!
     
  8. fr8train

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    My folks are from the south and they were republican to start with. My dad was born 1928 and lived thru the depression era. Its not that I am scape goating the republican parties. All of them are equally at fault. I was calling them "fat cats" to further show the correlation of tv buzz phrases, what do you think of when you hear the title democrat? I am thinking tree hugging liberal, right? Or that we all hate guns? I am classIII weapons holder and trained as an operator. I am sick and tired of seeing that the spread of hate is cast among all of the people behind a simple part of a great government. As far as I can remember, I dont recall why that bill wasnt repealed. It had a full year to Q/A'd and the rep. were in. Further more, I did vote for Gore/Liberman. It was for personal matters that I have. I dont tell anyone what they should with their bodies or their kids religion( i.e. school prayer? What if your religion isnt what they pray to. How do we come off making a standard in a country priding itself on cultural diversity.) I dont share the norms and bounderies that are set in the south. You hate it when the govt. says what you can and cant do. Now with either party in it will stay the same. BTW, since we are both equally poor. What happens we both get old and we have to get our drugs, Health care, etc.. I would like to go with a guy who had a plan. And not someone who just sat around cried about mystery numbers. Then suddenly pieced together a plan. Oh wait. never mind that I have a better minimum wage so if I did have to get a buger flipping job I wouldnt be getting the $4.50 I used to get. Oh yeah, read my lips no new taxes. I do not in anyway want/feel the need to offend anyone by anything said here. I like to have intelligent conversations about this topic(s).

    "Lord have mercy on my next thirty years"
     
  9. JimmyDie6.2

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    my intent is not demean or insult anyone at coloradok5,( I would like to attend one of the runs with you guys without getting my axx kicked.....hehe). Without getting into the minutiae of political ideology, I find it completely oxymoronic that a person who holds a class 3 FFL would vote for the party that dosen't believe in gun ownership....js
     
  10. rocko

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    Bush/Cheney all the way. I voted Republican's mainly.. There were a few Democrats that the NRA supported so I voted for them on the Ballot. Which by the way, wasn't confusing.. I read the damn thing before I even marked it.
    Al Bore lost.. and I believe in the end, he will still lose. Bush won it.. we just have to wait for the Damnocrats to stop whining and admit they lost.
    The Government will not take my guns, my trucks nor any of my rights for that matter.. correction, "Democrats" won't get squat from me.
    Whew.. sorry for venting.

    http://www.rocko.coloradok5.com
     
  11. keith

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  12. K5Junkie

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  13. riz

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    <font color=purple>I'M NOT SURE WHO I VOTED FOR...I COULDN'T FIGURE OUT THE BALLOT.....Hahahahaha !.....It might have been some guy named Chad ??</font color=purple>

    <font color=purple>L8r,

    .Riz.<font color=purple>
     
  14. rocko

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    There was a guy named Chad running for President? Bahhhahaaahahahhhhaaa.. good one Riz.. I got a kick out of your post.

    http://www.rocko.coloradok5.com
     
  15. riz

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    <font color=purple>I'm getting so sick of this whole thing, I can only laugh to keep from crying.</font color=purple>

    <font color=purple>L8r,

    .Riz.<font color=purple>
     
  16. behemoth

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    Most people adopt the political party of thier parents. I'm no exception. As we get older, we become wiser, more prudent in our spending habits (that's where the "wiser" part comes in) and generally more conservative. (me too). I have always been conservative in my political views - "don't want nothin if I can't get it on my own". However, my lifestyle in my youth was quite liberal - some dilemma huh? My point is, everyone has political views and "lifestyles" that have been engrained in them from a very early age. Our views and philosophies are influenced by life experiences. We then begin to "vote our conscience". My employer was into county-wide politics - and a democrat to boot! Couldn't help him in the primary, only the general election. I cross party lines when the individual that is most qualified, in my mind, represents the issues that will not only affect me but are the best solution for everyone (again - in my opinion). Al Gore has only one agenda - pure unadulturated power. Power to continue the abuses of the Clinton/Gore/Reno administration - and I DO MEAN ABUSES!!!!!! No other administratin in history has abused the executive order PRIVILEGE than Clinton's!! (..."stroke of the pen - law of the land - kinda cool"). Forgive me if I don't remember who in the Clinton administration said this - but it sums up thier whole philosophy, which is to bypass the legislative process and enact any damn law they want. This, plus the fact that I want to keep my firearms, is why I believe George Bush will be the better President. As much as I lean toward Libertarian, I'm a realist - I know now is not the time. Maybe eight or twelve years from now - especially if Gore wins, which I don't believe will happen, unless his damn lawyers cloud the issue of law so much that nobody knows what's right!!!

    Guess you know which side of the fence I'm on now.

    behemoth K5
     
  17. 8_YOUR_H2

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    I made one mark on my ballot, straight republican vote. And I always vote no on the judges..how they stay in office is beyond me everyone I talk to votes no too...
     
  18. mudfanatic

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    I am only 30 years old, I started out at 18 registered as a Republican, then I switched to Democrat in April of that year when I heard this guy on the TV. His name was Al Gore and he made a lot of sense to me. In 1991 I changed political parties to independent because I agreed with both sides, I have always voted my concience voting for Rep's and Dem's as I saw fit. Last year and this year I have been really into sending letters to senators, congressman, the president, state reps, and I have been studying up on who stands for what and this is the first time that I voted a straight republican ticket. I will be changing my political party to Republican in January and I may go back to voting for some Dem's but for now I feel prety strongly about uniting behind the Rep's.
    Dan

    <font color=red>get involved with land issues or lose the land</font color=red>
     
  19. mudpuppy89k5

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    Bush_Cheney Gore Lieberman=Sore Loserman

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