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Ralph Wiggum for President in 2008

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Ralph Wiggum for President in 2008. Forget Hillary, and pass on Obama. This year, pick a winner and give your vote to Ralph Wiggum.
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Hits: 27364 | Favorites: 20 | Emailed: 18 | Rating: 3.0 | Category: Funny | Date: 01/10/2008
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Male, 18-29, Midwest US
 696 Posts
Tuesday, March 25, 2008 8:49:48 PM
hmmmm. ill stick with my concept of not voting

Male, 18-29, Western US
 671 Posts
Friday, January 11, 2008 10:49:59 AM
R_U_Kidding, my comment was referring to replies to my statements made in this thread. Of course we can find instances in this world where both liberals and conservatives went "nuts" as a result of revelation of facts, but within the context of this thread, please note instances in this thread where actual facts were used to rebuttal my statements, and if you can find any instances, please note how I went "nuts" as a result of these facts.

Male, 18-29, Western US
 671 Posts
Friday, January 11, 2008 10:47:52 AM
mastercif, it seems convenient of you to misuse my quotes and misinterpret things I say out of context. When I say I've mentioned facts "above," I`m not referring to anything specific, but merely stating that I`ve stated facts in previous posts in this thread, such as Hillary`s links to a communist law firm and support of black panther members. I`ve said many opinions and facts in my lifetime. You deceptively only quoted my opinion and assumed that was what I was referring to as fact. Your deceptive misuse of my quotes prove none of your points.

When I say name-calling, I refer to earlier terms like "stupid" and "dumb," which are popularly accepted as "name-calling," whereas the terms liberal and conservative are popularly accepted as describing those subscribing to certain sets of ideologies. Many people proudly call themselves liberal or conservative, so it doesn`t adhere to the popularly accepted definition of "name-calling."

Male, 18-29, Europe
 238 Posts
Friday, January 11, 2008 10:45:47 AM
Im glad to see so many people siding with the Obama camp. Although I'm not an American, I`ve been keeping pace with the nominations and all that, and it`s my opinion that he`s the best man for America, and more importantly from my perspective, the best man for the rest of the world.

As for those people attempting to slur him just because he has a middle name "Hussein", get a life, morons!

Please America, vote Obama, Hilary is no where near as good as Bill was, and she never, ever will be.

Female, 18-29, Eastern US
 112 Posts
Friday, January 11, 2008 2:28:30 AM
Surprised to see no Huckabees on the first page, but I'd choose him over Ralphie...

I think it`s wonderful we have both a black man and a woman running this year, but I don`t think either of them is right.

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