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  • The Recall is taking place!!!

    Remember when I brought up the recall election when it just started. Well guess what...you pessimistic forumers will now see a recall election happening shortly. During the election, would you vote to have Davis removed...if so why? If he is removed who would you vote for...why?
    The average man's a coward
    --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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    Arnold.

    He is the Terminator and he will usher in the rise of the machines. Arnold can't be killed. Once in power he will reign. California can then begin to take over other states. California can be the MACHINE STATE!

    On a more realistic tone, I wouldn't care since voting won't change anything. I've read far too much and seen enough in my recent span of 5 years when I've been politically conscious, to see that voting doesn't create change, it only reinforces and keeps the present system/beaurocracy in power.
    Achkerov kute.

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    • #3
      Re: The Recall is taking place!!!

      Originally posted by surferarmo
      Remember when I brought up the recall election when it just started. Well guess what...you pessimistic forumers will now see a recall election happening shortly. During the election, would you vote to have Davis removed...if so why? If he is removed who would you vote for...why?

      surfer have u seen this: http://www.recallgraydavis.com/
      When you're in deep shit, keep your mouth shut.

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      • #4
        Re: The Recall is taking place!!!

        Originally posted by gorsenvadz
        Originally posted by surferarmo
        Remember when I brought up the recall election when it just started. Well guess what...you pessimistic forumers will now see a recall election happening shortly. During the election, would you vote to have Davis removed...if so why? If he is removed who would you vote for...why?

        surfer have u seen this: http://www.recallgraydavis.com/
        Many times. I have downloaded many peititions, believe me, and I have collected many signatures.
        The average man's a coward
        --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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        • #5
          just checkin....i guess i know where u stand on this issue
          When you're in deep shit, keep your mouth shut.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Anonymouse
            Arnold.

            He is the Terminator and he will usher in the rise of the machines. Arnold can't be killed. Once in power he will reign. California can then begin to take over other states. California can be the MACHINE STATE!

            On a more realistic tone, I wouldn't care since voting won't change anything. I've read far too much and seen enough in my recent span of 5 years when I've been politically conscious, to see that voting doesn't create change, it only reinforces and keeps the present system/beaurocracy in power.
            Well the recall cycle works like this. If Davis is recalled, there is 60 days till the election in which a new candidate will rise to office. A candidate will have a hard time building his/her name in 60 days, therefore Arnold would be the best candidate for the Republican ballot....YEA. Everyone already knows his name.

            Anon, I understand why you feel the way you do, but it is dissapointing to see that someone possessing your intellect refuses to vote. First of all, with your conscience involvement and understanding of politics, you should know that not voting only leads people to coming closer and closer to taking power, and you are leaving power in the hands of fewer and fewer people. If only 100 people are voting, that means only 100 are representing the views of millions. We need to vote to keep it so that rulers are chosen, and not appointed. Voting does matter because it could mean that the person of your liking could be in office to do things the way that you see fit for the country.

            Now, you say that voting only keeps the beauracracy in power. Well Anon, if you stopped voting a dictatorship would take power, and how would you like it then. By not voting what are you accomplishing? Only the quickened decline of the state, and irresponsibility.
            The average man's a coward
            --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gorsenvadz
              just checkin....i guess i know where u stand on this issue
              Ohh for sure bro. Thanks. If I didnt know about it, you would have taught me. I am happy to see that you know of such things. No matter your stance on the issue, I am happy to see that you are less apathetic than others on the issue, and on politics.
              The average man's a coward
              --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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              • #8
                I guess if this does go through, and if Arnold is still in the works, my vote would go for him. I've heard lightly of what he is about and I kinda like what I see.

                He seems a man of nice stature. And this would be not because of ideological persuasions but simply personal choice.
                Achkerov kute.

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                • #9
                  check this out. you might find more of him on this. www.rtumble.com
                  The average man's a coward
                  --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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                  • #10
                    ahhhnooold, flex those biceps. you people need to realize how important he is to the world of bodybuilding. ill post some pictures up soon comparing me and him. i am slightly bigger then he was in his prime and more cut up 8)
                    take control of your mind before it takes control over you

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