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1/2 of the U.S. is sorry...

Nov 9, 2004 — As is evidenced in this gallery.

rnewhouse says:

Jeez -- these people are acting like the other (slightly more than) half don't even count.

rnewhouse says:

2 point trivia question:

What was the significance of the "Don't Blame Me: I'm from Massachusetts" bumper stickers, and when were they popular?

Wirehead says:

There are few things that annoy me more than whiny losers who won't get over it.

Personally I voted for Bush. If Kerry had won, I'd have woken up the next day and gone about my business, a bit disappointed.

Anyone who was fanatically in favor or fanatically against either candidate has nothing but my contempt for failing to learn anything but what they were spoon-fed by the media. They BOTH have so many failings it would be comical if we weren't talking about the leadership of the most powerful country in the world.

DataBind() says:

Massachusetts was the only state won by the Democratic Presidential nominee McGovern, who ran against Nixon in 1972. Nixon, we all know, quickly fell from favor....

rnewhouse says:

Good answer! And when did the bumper stickers come out?

DataBind() says:

A bit before my time...I'm guessing 1973 as the Watergate storm clouds started to form, possibly even as late as 1974?

rnewhouse says:

2 points to Databind!

DataBind() says:

I'd like to buy a vowel....

lyrical warfare says:

There are few things that annoy me more than whiny losers who won't get over it.

How bout whiny winners? ;)

Wirehead says:

Who's whining? I'm "bitching". There are fine distinctions which I will not attempt to elaborate here.

lyrical warfare says:

Touché. That's right, é.

Wirehead says:

I'm a registered member of Citizens for the Elimination of Retarded Things, I.e. Foreign Intrusions and Alterations that Bust up the Language of English.

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