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-- Possible Impact (email@example.com), February 09, 2000
Possible---Interesting cartoon...did it come from the "fringe" press or the mainstream media? If the latter, then great! Maybe Joe 6-pack is becoming aware of the situation?
-- Ben Corson (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 2000.
-- In your dreams (email@example.com), February 09, 2000.
The cartoon is apt. It partially demonstrates why I stopped voting for 2-party candidates for President as of the 1992 election. People like Forbes, Keyes, and Buchanan, who with all their faults appeared to me to sincerely want to at least try to make some fundamental positive changes (end US UN participation/NAFTA/and/or Fed income tax) have IMO zero chance to get the Republican nomination. On the Democrat side, such people (above the voter level) generally left the party long ago, around the time people such as Sen. "Scoop" Jackson (representing a once-dominant, honored wing of their party) became a curiousity in that political party.
-- MinnnesotaSmith (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 2000.
Solution:"None of the Above".What ever happened to it??
-- Neutralized Voter (Vote@why.nota), February 10, 2000.