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some of you would love this......

Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 11:16:53 -0400
From: Lucius Sicinius Drusus <drusus@brandxcomputers.com>

An E-Mail that I can't resist forwarding ;-)


NAME: John Kerry

RESIDENCE: 7 mansions, including one in Washington DC, worth multi-millions.
I served in Vietnam (four months).

Law Enforcement. In my career as a U.S. Senator, I've voted to cut every law
enforcement, CIA, and Defense bill. I ordered the city of Boston to remove a
fire hydrant in front of my mansion, thereby endangering my neighbors in the
event of fire. I served in Vietnam (four months).

I served in Vietnam (four months). I used three minor injuries to get an
discharge from the military and service in Vietnam (as documented by the
attending doctor). I served in Vietnam (four months). I then returned to the
U.S., joined Jane Fonda in protesting the war, and insulted returning
vets, claiming they committed atrocities and were baby killers. I served in
Vietnam (four months). I threw my medals, ribbons, or something away in
Or did I? My book "Vietnam Veterans Against the War: The New Soldier",
how I truly feel about the military. I served in Vietnam (four months).

I graduated from Yale University with a low C average. Unlike my counterpart
George Bush, I have no higher education and did not get admitted to
Harvard nor
graduate with an M.B.A

After College and Vietnam, I ran for the U.S. Congress and have been
there ever
since. I have no real world experience except marrying very rich women and
running their companies vicariously through them. I served in Vietnam (four

As a U.S. Senator I set the record for the most liberal voting record,
even Ted Kennedy and Hillary Clinton. I have consistently failed to
support our
military and CIA by voting against their budgets, thus gutting our country's
ability to defend itself. Although I voted for the Iraq War, now I am
it and refuse to admit that I voted for it. I voted for every liberal
piece of
legislation. I have no plan to help this country but I intend to raise taxes
significantly if I am elected. I served in Vietnam (four months).

My wealth so far exceeds that of my counterpart, George Bush, that he
will never
catch up. I make little or no charitable contributions and have never
agreed to
pay any voluntary excess taxes in Massachusetts, despite family wealth
in excess
of $ 700 million. I served in Vietnam (four months).

I (we) own 28 manufacturing plants (Heinz) outside of the U.S. in places
Asia, Mexico and Europe. We can make more profit from the cheaper cost
of labor
in those Countries, although I blame George Bush for sending all of the
jobs out of Country. I served in Vietnam (four months).

Although I claim to be in favor of alternative energy sources, Ted
Kennedy and I
oppose windmills off Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard as it might spoil
our view
of the ocean as we cruise on our yachts. I served in Vietnam (four months).

None. However, I served in Vietnam (four months).

PERSONAL I practice my Catholic faith whenever cameras are present. I ride a
Serotta Bike. I love to ski/snowboard. I call my Gulfstream V Jet the
Squirrel". I call my $850,000 42-foot Hinckley twin diesel yacht the

I am fascinated by rap and hip-hop and feel it reflects our real culture.

I own several "Large" SUVs including one parked at my Nantucket summer

though I am against large, polluting, inefficient vehicles and blame
George Bush
for our energy problems. I served in Vietnam (four months).


(Oh Lucius, you are so "hopped up" on yourself....: *whispers* everyone note his NR initials)


( 11 comments — Leave a comment )
Sep. 25th, 2004 11:31 am (UTC)
Dude, I love you.
Sep. 25th, 2004 11:58 am (UTC)

and please...I'm not worthy to be loved..I mean...like that...

and besides aren't you slightly...too young? :P
Sep. 25th, 2004 03:42 pm (UTC)
You posted that just for me, didn't you? :P Since I know you hate Bush yourself..
Sep. 25th, 2004 04:08 pm (UTC)
nope...didn't post it just for you....
nor did I post it just to tick you off...it was seriously the furthest from my mind.

I just thought it was funny because I do know how he's always harping on his being in Nam so when I stared reading every other comment saying "I served in Vietnam (four years)" I was like...."LOL!!"

Actually....Bush is okay....but when I remember what I remember and then experience the jolt of now having to have my benefits being "reviewed" every couple of years, all that stuff about putting the Social Security in the stock market, and now with hearing Rush talk something about how he could be planning on getting rid of the IRS or whatever in the next four years....

....it's all about SELF PRESERVATION. Yes I do remember our last talk about this....but I'd rather not allow anyone in that White House, no matter how good, no matter if he shares our beliefs or not, to make it so that I would have to drop out of college and therefore scratch yet another dream and possibly leave just maybe one more left, if that.

I guess what I've always been trying to convey is that God gave us the ability to dream....and some could say it's because He would tell us things that the dreamer wouldn't understand really otherwise or to provide a symbolic sign to give to others....

but then why give us the ability to dream if we can't have our own dreams? and then what's the point in having our own dreams if we are eventually unable to bring them to pass? what's the point of LIFE if we can't accomplish our dreams? what's the point of that dreaming ability if we can't accomplish them?

It's about to come down between the dream(s) and the squasher of them....if he gets re-elected....either he doesn't follow through on at least drastically reforming the IRS or getting rid of the IRS, or I start bleeding.

I'm sick of most of my dreams becoming disasters or pipe dreams.....I'm not about to allow the one or two definite legitimate dreams that I definately know aren't pipe dreams to be quashed as well. Either I accomplish with ease....or someone has made a very big mistake...

....probably my parents for conceiving me.
Sep. 25th, 2004 06:10 pm (UTC)
Re: nope...didn't post it just for you....
Dude, did you forget I'm pro Bush? ^_^;; That whole thing was anti-Kerry wasn't it? *blinks*
Sep. 25th, 2004 06:25 pm (UTC)
Re: nope...didn't post it just for you....
It's Anti Kerry....

and I'm pro-neither, actually....

I'm "pro-me," "pro-survival," "pro-keeping my SSI"

If a person's life has no dreams....if a person's life is so rough that no dreams are possible to come true, then what point does that life have?

If at least one more dream goes down the crapper for any reason....I will not be around at all.

call me selfish, call me coward, call me hellbound....it's still the same, without even one of my dreams coming true...my life would mean and be nothing.
Sep. 26th, 2004 10:23 am (UTC)
Re: nope...didn't post it just for you....
It's Anti Kerry....

Exactly, so why would that post have made me mad? ^_^;;
Sep. 26th, 2004 10:36 am (UTC)
Re: nope...didn't post it just for you....

that's what I'm wondering... :P I knew that fowarded email is anti-Kerry....and I thought it was funny...that's why I posted it.

*hugs* my friend you read far too much into things.
Sep. 26th, 2004 10:43 am (UTC)
Re: nope...didn't post it just for you....
Huh? *blinks* Did you forget when you said this: "nor did I post it just to tick you off...it was seriously the furthest from my mind."

That's why I was asking why it would have made me mad...Cuz I'm anti-Kerry too....O_o;;
Sep. 26th, 2004 11:10 am (UTC)
Re: nope...didn't post it just for you....

Now that I look back on everything....and re-read what you originally said....I don't know why I thought that you were upset by it.

Though the other part of what I said still stands though....didn't just post it for you. Some others that friended me also are anti-Kerry
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Sep. 27th, 2004 09:50 am (UTC)
Politics are often not something easily understood at times, for men tend to contradict their own words.

Still, it is my firm belief that Bush knows more or less what he is doing, whereas Kerry does not.

Though it is more than comprehendible the concerns as well as the displeasure about either of the two men running for office.

However, with Bush running the country, at least the chances of sleeping better at night is not in question.
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