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Layce Erayce

Senior Member
Aug 11, 2002
9,116
#1
lookie this:

you can call it one big scam or the real thing:

votergate movie:

for fast connections(304mb): http://ia200007.eu.archive.org/hda6/movies/VotergateTheMovie/votergatethemovie.mpg

for slow connections(39mb): http://ia200007.eu.archive.org/hda6/movies/VotergateTheMovie/votergatethemovie_64kb.mp4



Reporter: Its important that your company is impartial isnt it?
Diebold rep: Yes
Reporter: Then why did your CEO promise to deliver the votes in Ohio to George W Bush?
Diebold rep: That quotation, that appeared in a letter, is something that he, uh, regrets.
EDIT

alternatively: http://ia200007.eu.archive.org/hda6/movies/VotergateTheMovie/

EDIT

**** is there a place i can upload it?

EDIT

here: http://votergate.tv/
 

swag

L'autista
Administrator
Sep 23, 2003
76,321
#6
Man, I love your sig. ;) I'm not sure how Besmir is going to take it, but...

So speaking of Canadians and white, meaty goodness, any of you catch the news about the nomination of Alberto Gonzales for Ashcroft's replacement for Attorney General in the U.S.? He goes back a ways with W in Texas and was not confirmed for a prior office due to his previous controvertial statements on civil rights.

I found it funny that one of my Latino friends here in S.F. put it to me this way: "He's what we call in our community light toast." :howler:
 
Jan 7, 2004
29,704
#7
++ [ originally posted by swag ] ++
Man, I love your sig. ;) I'm not sure how Besmir is going to take it, but...

So speaking of Canadians and white, meaty goodness, any of you catch the news about the nomination of Alberto Gonzales for Ashcroft's replacement for Attorney General in the U.S.? He goes back a ways with W in Texas and was not confirmed for a prior office due to his previous controvertial statements on civil rights.

I found it funny that one of my Latino friends here in S.F. put it to me this way: "He's what we call in our community light toast." :howler:

dude i dont even have a canadian passport yet
 
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Layce Erayce

Senior Member
Aug 11, 2002
9,116
#8
swag the republicans are getting smarter. they want to avoid controversy- this time around they wont appoint someone with a history or direct links with big business or fundamentalist religious organizations.

gonzales is just a puppet

and speaking of light toast- Colin Powell's blackness if reviewed, will most certainly be renounced :D
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#9
++ [ originally posted by DukeVonEggwaffle? ] ++
swag the republicans are getting smarter. they want to avoid controversy- this time around they wont appoint someone with a history or direct links with big business or fundamentalist religious organizations.

gonzales is just a puppet

and speaking of light toast- Colin Powell's blackness if reviewed, will most certainly be renounced :D
Or as George Carlin would say:
Colin Powel is OPENLY black, but just HAPPENS to be white :D



[disrigard this post if you haven't heard that from George Carlin]
 

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