Re: Why I voted Democrat
On Apr 7, 1:31 am, EVIL ELVIS <hehatemeto...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I know when I want informed political discussion that avoids straw
men, ad hominem, ad personam and tired old cliches... I sure wouldn't
be looking in a newsgroup that's about how we like to vacation in Las
That someone would find a post that exemplifies all of that in that
newsgroup to be the post of the year... well, that speaks volumes, and
just makes my point for me, that this group has no redeeming value in
terms of political discussion.
Rob "Fancypants" Taylor
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... actions in this newsgroup will come for me first -- and in what ... Since 1989, recycling old jokes, cliches, and bad puns, one Usenet ...