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Old 03-22-2004, 03:28 PM   #61
 
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I'm sorry, but Kucinich looks a wee bit like a Keebler elf.
And what's wrong with Keebler?
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By the way, I think that Wesley Clark is hot
Oh SICK! Wesley Clark looks like what would happen if George Bush Sr. and Tommy Smothers had a baby!!!
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Huh! I thought that Kerry pic I chose was rather scary. It's also an older pic - look how dark his hair was then. I guess he gets scarier looking with age?
Even if he got hair help, he still has melty face.
You have to try harder yours was kind of cute. He's not melty anymore, don't forget he had Botox.

Doesn't everyone get scarier looking with age?

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To me it looks like she is trying to get away from him as fast as humanly possible! She looks repulsed and afraid! Laughing
That's one area in which Dennis has Kerry beat....I know two older women who have crushes on him, and when he gets mobbed at rallies, it's mostly women!!! And there was even a contest to find him a First Lady...

No offense but I'd do Kerry before I would even kiss Kucinich. :holdbreath:holdbreath.gif Hopefully, I will never be in a postion to make that choice. :nono:nono1.gif Thankfully, I have my little crush on Edwards to keep me happy.

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I don't think Kerry is bad looking. I don't see the Herman Munster/Lurch thing.
mlee - I like Herman Munster! Not that way, of course but Herman rocks!

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You all are SICK!!!

By the way, I think that Wesley Clark is hot.
Suddenly, I feel better about my thing for Edwards. Clark is not my type but he is OK for a 60 or so year old man.

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Wesley Clark in BDU's is definitely "yummy!"
What are BDUs
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Is it just me or is it frightening that we are checking out the candidates.

Shall we rank them next? I'll start. I will not include Carol because she is a woman and automatically cuter than the rest.

1. Edwards
2. Clark
3. Sharpton
4. Kerry
5. GW (gag)
6. Dean
7. Gephardt
8. Kucinich
9. Lieberman
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BDU= Battle Dress Uniform.

What people call the Army's camouflage uniform. The greenish ones are BDU's, the sandy colored ones they wear in Iraq are DCU's (Desert Camouflage Uniforms).
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Now I know you're disturbed, you ranked Bush ahead of Kucinich. Bush may have little wavies in his hair but he's pure evil, which I'd think would negate any genetic blessings....but hey, it must be 'cause he's a wavy, and therefore one of *us*, that you ranked him higher...

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Now I know you're disturbed, you ranked Bush ahead of Kucinich. Bush may have little wavies in his hair but he's pure evil, which I'd think would negate any genetic blessings....but hey, it must be 'cause he's a wavy, and therefore one of *us*, that you ranked him higher...

It was 100% solely based on looks. So hair was considered along with height and general averageness.

ETA: I ranked Bush ahead of Dean, Gephardt and Lieberman too, didn't I?
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You left out Bob Graham and Lyndon LaRouche.

And you apparently think Penis Gephardt, author of the Patriot Act, is cute enough to be in the Top 9. Sicko!

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You left out Bob Graham and Lyndon LaRouche.

And you apparently think Penis Gephardt, author of the Patriot Act, is cute enough to be in the Top 9. Sicko!

You didn't post pictures of Bob and Lyndon. I know what Bob looks like so I can stick him in there somewhere but I've never seen Lyndon in my life. Maybe between Dean and PG.

Yep. I put Penis Gephardt in the Top 9 even though I may not vote for Kerry if he were to pick him as VP. I have issues with Penie (not a typo), Hellary and Tom Daschle. Tom and Penie because of the war and the Patriot Act. Hellary, I just can't stand. Never could. If Bill dumped her, my opinion of him would go up.
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Based on looks alone:

Clark
Edwards
Dean
Kerry
Sharpton
Kucinich
Bush
Lieberman
Gephardt

I haven't seen LaRouche or Graham enough to rate them.
I ranked Kucinich lower because of his hair. I think it's the (side) part that I don't like - he could use some more in front. I'd also like to know how he gets it to look so shiny and slick. It looks better in this picture: I think it's cause you're looking at it from the side, though.

Speaking of Kucinich, I'm kind of glad he didn't get the nomination, and that he's about done campaigning. Cleveland could use him and his plans - they're losing people like crazy, and they're one of the few areas we can count on to vote Democratic. Dennis, come home!
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Speaking of Kucinich, I'm kind of glad he didn't get the nomination, and that he's about done campaigning. Cleveland could use him and his plans - they're losing people like crazy, and they're one of the few areas we can count on to vote Democratic. Dennis, come home! Sad
He's still campaigning through July, that's what I heard. He did win the nomination for his House seat again, though. But at some point you
guys are gonna have to share him with the rest of us!

If only we could clone him, huh? Then every state could have a Dennis...and Oregon could finally get rid of *gag* Gordon Smith.



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I think it's the (side) part that I don't like - he could use some more in front. I'd also like to know how he gets it to look so shiny and slick.
He must be using- *gasp* - CONES! Horrible, evil CONES! BWAAAHAHAHAHAA!!!!!


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Speaking of Kucinich, I'm kind of glad he didn't get the nomination, and that he's about done campaigning. Cleveland could use him and his plans - they're losing people like crazy, and they're one of the few areas we can count on to vote Democratic. Dennis, come home! Sad
He's still campaigning through July, that's what I heard. He did win the nomination for his House seat again, though. But at some point you
guys are gonna have to share him with the rest of us!

If only we could clone him, huh? Then every state could have a Dennis...and Oregon could finally get rid of *gag* Gordon Smith.

I wonder how he's getting the money to stay in (?). I kind of figured he'd run out and drop around the time Sharpton did. I want him to keep campaigning if he can and wants to, but a part of me wishes he'd quit now and give his support to Kerry.

If he's ever offered some kind of national position, I'll try to be happy for him and support his decision.
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Ranking the looks of the candidates ?

I'm worried about all of you!

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No, I'm not superficial, I swear... I only spent about 45 minutes critiquing Kucinich's hair!
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No, I'm not superficial, I swear... I only spent about 45 minutes critiquing Kucinich's hair!
I actually check out their suits and ties, too.

It's about time men are critiqued as much as women.

I'm not sure if Dennis has a bad toupee or he has a bad comb over. Either way it looks like the glue seeped up on top. He needs a lighter color. The faux black is too harsh for his coloring.

LOL @ the 'cones remark. I thought 'cones were OK for straighties. Kerry should get some 'cones. He needs to kill the volume on that racoon cap he calls hair. - yes, I criticize them all.

Gephardt needs a new color. Something richer and less bland.

Sharpton could use a more modern 'do. I like the color. The graying temples add a sophisticated, yet natural touch.

Dean needs a new neck.

Edwards needs a more modern hair cut. The color is nice.

GW - see Gephardt

Clark's hair is OK.


Did I forget anyone?

No one can help Lieberman. There is not enough hair dye, 'cones or Botox in the world for that.
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Speaking of Kucinich, I'm kind of glad he didn't get the nomination, and that he's about done campaigning. Cleveland could use him and his plans - they're losing people like crazy, and they're one of the few areas we can count on to vote Democratic. Dennis, come home! Sad
He's still campaigning through July, that's what I heard. He did win the nomination for his House seat again, though. But at some point you
guys are gonna have to share him with the rest of us!

If only we could clone him, huh? Then every state could have a Dennis...and Oregon could finally get rid of *gag* Gordon Smith.

I wonder how he's getting the money to stay in (?). I kind of figured he'd run out and drop around the time Sharpton did. I want him to keep campaigning if he can and wants to, but a part of me wishes he'd quit now and give his support to Kerry.

If he's ever offered some kind of national position, I'll try to be happy for him and support his decision.
Since he's staying in, he is not invited to the big dinner with all the Democrats tonight. He's going to miss Outkast playing.

The Democrats and Outkast in the same room!
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I wonder how he's getting the money to stay in (?). I kind of figured he'd run out and drop around the time Sharpton did. I want him to keep campaigning if he can and wants to, but a part of me wishes he'd quit now and give his support to Kerry.

If he's ever offered some kind of national position, I'll try to be happy for him and support his decision. Smile
Lots and lots of people sending in a little bit of money at a time, since he doesn't take corporate donations...

He's not going to drop out and endorse Kerry because a lot of people will jump ship and vote third party if he does...he's the only reason some of us have to even vote Democrat(like myself, I was Independent, but switched parties for Dennis.) Also, he intends to make Kerry aware that you don't beat a Republican by acting like one....he's basically carrying the Progressive banner into the Democratic National Convention, so that our voices are heard there.

Perhaps he would be the Secretary of Peace if they ever made the Department of Peace a reality? I'd love to see that.
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