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Biskit BS: Bad Losers / Rotten Winners (34) RE: BS: Bad Losers / Rotten Winners 29 Jan 05

Haight-Ashbury (The Haight) was a beautiful happening interspersed with unprovoked violence and hatred,(think rape, drug deals gone bad,black panthers,weather underground etc.) but mostly it was a pretty cool deal as long as you didn't look too deeply. I, like you, have always wondered why grudges are held so long. William Jefferson Clinton; while he was a womanizer and a cheat, I think he had a unique vision for The United States and truly did what he believed was best for the American People, and the people of the world. As has every other president that took the oath of office for this great country of ours.Past and present. While I have never agreed with everything that our Presidents have said and done, I KNOW that they BELIEVE that they are doing the right thing for the People of The United States of America. Not everyone is going to agree with every decision. That's why we get to vote every four years, so we can "throw the bum out" if enough people disagree. We need to come together as a people, not widen the devide with half truths, or parroted phrases. If we can manage to do that, then WE THE PEOPLE will prevail. That's why I posted what I did, it was personal, it was heartfelt, but mostly it could be a beginning, it has to start somewhere man. Soooo,..what Do you like??
Peace! Through Understanding

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