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The man simply doesn't entertain dissent.
Yes, I noticed all the gulags opening up around the United States. First they came for the Democrats and I did not speak out because I was not a Democrat. Then they came for those opposing Social Security reform and I did not speak out because I did not oppose Social Security reform... At any rate I'd go with a navy blue suit. And give Dubya the thumbs up from us Canadian supporters.
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(Fabienne) Aren't there enough American flags around as it is?
Shut .... up .... Kabbaz.
post #33 of 58
i met President Bush before he became president, and when we were at a rally my wife (who has known him since 1977 and was appointed by Gov. Bush to a post) asked if he would take a pic w/ me. he said sure, leaned over and said "can you still dunk like you could?" shocked me. i was wearing a light denim blue lorenzini, canali navy blazer and a canali irridescent rust tie. he approved
post #34 of 58
you could wear Oxxford, and see if it leads to a conversation topic.
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Watch Fox News
Only when O'Reilly talks dirty. And congrats to you, Brad.
post #36 of 58
Please ask him about the wrinkle in the back of his suit that appeared during the first debate. To heck with his policies, this is the most important issue that's faced the SF since its inception.
post #37 of 58
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Aren't there enough American flags around as it is?
We're not quite there, yet, but here's my contribution: I really gotta' find me one of those flag lapel pins.
post #38 of 58
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We're not quite there, yet, but here's my contribution:
Thank you.
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I really gotta' find me one of those flag lapel pins.
Would you settle for an official N.Y.C. Apple? Rudy gave me a whole bag of 'em.
post #39 of 58
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My wife and I have been invited to be onstage with President Bush when he comes to Tucson on Monday to talk about Social Security. We'll be among those people that you always see behind him when he gives a speech and may get to take a picture with him. I'm thinking blue suit, blue shirt, pink tie and my AE tan shoes - or is that too farmer? Should I stick with the traditional red tie and dark shoes or do something really different for political events like wearing a grey suit? Just curious, Bradford P.S. And yes, I'm bragging a little here - this is a pretty big deal.
Cawboy boots and hat.
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(Fabienne) Aren't there enough American flags around as it is?
Shut .... up .... Kabbaz.  
Nice. Nice and sophisticated. As expected.
post #41 of 58
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(Fabienne @ Mar. 20 2005,14:12) Aren't there enough American flags around as it is?
We're not quite there, yet, but here's my contribution: I really gotta' find me one of those flag lapel pins.
Thank you. I hadn't quite noticed yet which country I happen to live in.
post #42 of 58
Bradford, I'd also go with the dark blue suit if you have one; I'm sure your outfit was put together in the evening for piece of mind. I hope you were able to sleep tonight. If you read this in the morning, take it easy. And tell us (me) about how your wife selected her attire (I won't be able to watch). Fabienne
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(Fabienne) Aren't there enough American flags around as it is?
Shut .... up .... Kabbaz.  
Are you talking to youself ?
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(Alexander Kabbaz @ Mar. 20 2005,22:45) Quote (Fabienne) Aren't there enough American flags around as it is?
Shut .... up .... Kabbaz.
Are you talking to youself ?[/quote] Oh, the wit. It almost struck me mute.
post #45 of 58
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Are you talking to youself ?
Yes, Ernest. When you reach my age, you may be doing the same thing. Have a good night. I have to go drink my prune juice now.
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