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New political agenda for Microsoft

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  • ninjagarden

    They should be helping this chick out:

    http://www.cnn.com/2005/POLITICS/08/17/bush.protests.ap/index.html

    I know Microsoft doesn't get involved in non-tech politics, but booting out Bush and getting everyone out of Iraq is a no-brainer!

  • l33tn00b

    And replace him with who? A typical Democrat who will "fight against big business?" Why would Microsoft want to do that? I agree with you that getting out of Iraq is a good idea, but replacing Bush with some socialist is not what Microsoft or the US needs. Anyway, how are you going to "boot out Bush?"
     Congress would certainly never vote to impeach him.

  • Aber

    We voted him in we live with it. I am by no means a Bush supporter but give it up.

  • l33tn00b

    Aber wrote:
    We voted him in we live with it. I am by no means a Bush supporter but give it up.

    Yeah I agree. You can't just arbitrarily impeach a president.

  • jamie

    we need President 3 Degrees haha

  • Steve411

    l33tn00b  -

    Hm...They have these things called "Hitman". Smiley

    Just kidding. Oh God, here comes the Bush zombies. QUICK DRESS LIKE SANTA!.
    - Steve

  • l33tn00b

    LOL. seriously-I think I'm going to regret participating in this thread......somebody kill it now.

  • blowdart

    l33tn00b wrote:
    And replace him with who?


    http://www.walken2008.com/

  • Tensor

    I find that vagueley terrifying.

  • Steve411

    blowdart wrote:
    l33tn00b wrote:And replace him with who?


    http://www.walken2008.com/




    There goes the world.
    - Steve

  • W3bbo

    Nein!

    Cthulthu for President! Why vote the lesser of two evils?

  • Steve411

    Hahaha, go back to your hide out, W3bbo. Tongue Out

    - Steve

  • j0217995

    Please do not feel that everyone here shares your view on the War on Iraq and President Bush.

  • MisterDonut

    l33tn00b wrote:
    And replace him with who? A typical Democrat who will "fight against big business?"


    Remember not all Democrats are against big business, although the Republicans would love you to think that. Both Clintons are very business friendly and is one of the major reasons Bill got elected twice, with the support of businesses. Perhaps they aren't as "liberal" when it comes to business as the Republicans are (meaning, anything goes, not the traditional "liberal" terminology), but they are far more progressive than most people give them credit for.

  • ninjagarden

    j0217995 wrote:
    Please do not feel that everyone here shares your view on the War on Iraq and President Bush.


    If you don't hate president Bush, you are supporting the terrorists.

  • Tensor

  • MisterDonut

    ninjagarden wrote:
    j0217995 wrote: Please do not feel that everyone here shares your view on the War on Iraq and President Bush.


    If you don't hate president Bush, you are supporting the terrorists.


    You forgot one! If you support civil liberties, you're supporting terrorism.. Or Civil Unions.. Or, civility for that matter.. Smiley


    Interesting observation, based upon an old Mad magazine I once read: Armed Killers are called Terrorists if we don't like what they do, and Freedom Fighters if we do like what they do.. Food for thought.

  • Charles

    Thread. lock l);

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