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Who in politics gives you the creeps? (It's fine to say Al Gore.)--Al
-- Al Schroeder (email@example.com), October 26, 2000
George W. Bush. He just scares me.
Meghan of Human Wonderful.
-- Meg (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 2000.
Ross Perot. Anyone who is THAT funny and doesn't intent to be frightens me. He's great to impersonate, though. I've been waiting for him to pop out and run again. Oh well. Maybe in 2004. -Kev of email@example.com), October 26, 2000.
George W. Bush. Anyone who has earned the nickname "Texecutioner" doesn't know compassionate conservatism if it hit him on the head. Of course I work in a inner city school district, so the man never had a chance with me.
-- AJ (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 2000.
Newt Gingrich. Pointy-headed little know-nothing, talking all the time. Mean-spirited and proud of it. Shudder.
Tom DeLay. Not as weirdly self-absorbed and un-self-aware as Gingrich, not pretending to be a genius, but still mean-spirited and proud of it.
Bill Clinton. Not for political reasons - I'm sorry, I will never be able to look at him without a little shudder after the whole Monica thing. It was essentially sex with an unpaid, very young, member of his household. Maybe not criminal, but still a special kind of immorality.
-- Tom Dean (email@example.com), October 28, 2000.
The genre of politics itself gives me the creeps and those who open faced admit to being politicians make the whole thing creepier yet. Folly, farce and fibs . . . . . .
-- Denver doug (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 29, 2000.
George Bush. I have great fears for this country if he is elected. I see us backsliding at least 20 years.
-- Bev Sykes (email@example.com), October 29, 2000.