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Re: [atheists-59] Republican debate

From: MJ ☥ ח.
Sent on: Monday, May 14, 2007 1:41 AM
Funny.  I like that Obama was against the war before it was safe to be
so even if he is a fan of "an _awesome_ god".

On 5/14/07, Michael <[address removed]> wrote:
> I like Romney. He's pro-choice in Massachusetts and pro-life in South
> Carolina. I think that takes some talent. He says we need a man who
> believes in God but don't ask him about his religion. And, if you really
> want to waste your time, Obama can talk for hours without saying anything.
>
> So far I'm leaning toward voting for my left shoe. Of course, as a good
> open minded atheist, I'll listen to everyone (if only the press would
> cover all 18 candidates), weigh all the factors, and make up my mind at
> the last minute.
>
> David Schneider-Joseph wrote:
> > I like the histrionics -- though in any event it's more than that.
> > For instance, the transcript wouldn't tell you that McCain took two
> > whole seconds to think about whether he did or didn't believe in
> > evolution.  Two seconds is quite a long time to think about that.
> >
> > Sunset has several TVs.  We could probably arrange to watch it at 9.
> > The only issue might be the noise level.
> >
> > On May 13, 2007, at 9:36 PM, Michael wrote:
> >
> >> If you still want to go to the meetup, a recording of the debate
> >> might well be available on the web (using some audio player). Anyway,
> >> reading a transcript is better than watching (or even listening),
> >> because you don't get all the histronics. (That's what makes go for
> >> the idiots.)
> >>
> >> David Schneider-Joseph wrote:
> >>> Hi all,
> >>>
> >>> There's a Republican presidential debate this Tuesday at 9 pm, which
> >>> coincides with the meetup.  Any thought to watching the debate
> >>> during the meetup?  Does this seem possible?
> >>>
> >>> David
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