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  •  I'm assuming this is snark (none)
    As I wrote in my first paragraph, I VOTED for Gore and HOPED he would win. I guess I should have made clear that in hindsight, seeing how much long lasting damage this administration has done to this country, I am glad that my SENTIMENTS about Gore not getting into office were misplaced.

    Remember, misplaced SENTIMENTS are much different from misplaced SUPPORT AND VOTING FOR another guy, thus allowing for the election of the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse (Chimpy, Cheney, Rummy, and Brownie).

    I take it from your screenname that you probably voted for Nader, said as much on this site, and have been burnt by a bit of flaming. I'm sorry about that (though, if I were still a more active member on this site, I would probably have been one of the villagers wielding a torch). But remember this: perhaps the only sin greater than helping to elect Wingnuts on this site is poorly written snark.

    •  my vote: 2000 - Gore, 2004 - Dean (none)
      I cannot vote for Nader for a simple reason, because
      he objectively cannot win and every vote for
      him will be be a vote for Bush. In 2004 I voted
      by writing-in Dean's name, but I am very upset
      by Dean trying to help to DEMs.
      DEMS are not
      fixable and they are too friendly to large
      corporations and they are not friendly enough
      with poor and working people. They even not linked
      enough to Unions and allow unions to go down
      further and further. Top DEMs (like Clinton) are
      openly pro-capitalistic. BTW, in 1996 I voted
      for Clinton for simple reason: Dole and GOPs was
      just not-acceptable. They are evil enemies of
      american people

      So your "sorry" really MISPLACED as much as your
      other SENTIMENTS (like in 2000 against Gore).

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