I hope you are referring to the guy I was talking about and not me. The Democrat I reference was certainly not an official of the Democratic party. He could barely get out a thought in a congruent manner. He was wrong about most of what he said, but he brought to light the anger that many Democrats exhibit. It is not reasonable bordering on insanity. Mrs. Edwards, certainly a representative of the Democrats, was overheard to say there would not be riots if Kerry/Edwards wins. That could be construed to mean there would be riots if Kerry/Edwards does not win. There have been reports that the Democrats plan to declare that they have won even if they haven't and make the Bush team prove in court that they lost.Hot N Bothered said:And what makes this tard an authority? Has there been a Democratic call to jihad?
Of course, I wasn't referring to you.2ndAmendment said:I hope you are referring to the guy I was talking about and not me.
Thanks. Just checking.Hot N Bothered said:Of course, I wasn't referring to you.
Then there was the Dean scream. That really helped Kerry.Hot N Bothered said:Remember, it was only a few months ago that Howard Dean was considered the Democrats best hope. Remember, all the Republicans cringed at that thought, but were convinced that it was a foregone conclusion. Remember, the only reason we have Kerry is because he beat Dean, that's not saying much.
Nope, no terrorist attack or overturning of cars. We, and I say that with a smile, are Americans and would not cause harm because we won/lost an election. Plus you've got to remember that even the forums are a kinder and gentler place. Everybody give hugs to everybody and we'll be just fine.2ndAmendment said:Maybe. I know; that is definitive. If there is a terror attack, I think there will be several attacks in various cities at the polling places. Cities get the biggest impact and terrorists are looking to make an impact. If that is the way it plays out and it scares people from going to the polls, it will be good for Bush. The people in the outlining areas are more conservative and will still vote because they were not the target.
"You guys misprinted me," he mutters. "You had me talking about some kind of cultural revolution, and I was talking about taking arms against the government." Would he man the barricades himself? He backtracks rapidly. "I don't know if revolution is practical because the technology is such that we'd lose. But I think there's an enormous amount of room for an activism that I, shamefully, am not yet enough of a participant in. But it's starting to come. You see these kids now... Nothing like Seattle happened in 20 years. It is a very hopeful thing."
Larry Gude said:Here, chew on this:
Thus, an attack before we vote? Attack big city polls? Either would be like a full dress practice suicide bombing; it'll truly be the last thing they ever do.I don't think they will attack polling locations.... If anything, they will go for another "Big Bang!"
Bush will get the blame like he did last time..... *The terrorists know this*
Any undecides will vote for Kerry.... Terrorist Organizations cannot afford to allow Bush to stay in office.
I'd say, an attack is quite possible.
ylexot said:Well that's pretty grim. I think Bush wins, there might be some rioting in a few places (LA, NYC, Detroit, the big Dem cities), but I don't think it will be massive and I don't think it will mark the end of our political system...at least I hope not.
Larry Gude said:The reaction on our political left was predictable by bad guys. The resolve of George W. Bush was not.
Toxick said:If Bush loses, he's still got 3 months to get really REALLY ugly.
On the other hand, if he wins, he's got 4 more years to get really ugly.