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13 definitions by juan gomez

 
1.
Al Gore NEVER said he "invented" the internet, this was pinned on him by the conservative media after he said he "helped to create the internet". Senator Al Gore was instrumental in getting congress to fund ARPANET, the pre-curser to the internet. He was only doing what all politicians do, taking credit for a pet project that he believed in and worked hard to fund.

It's exactly like saying Bush attacked Iraq, he didn't actually do it, but he was the main government figure that made it happen.
In his own words, Al Gore "helped to create the internet", which is true.
by Juan Gomez May 11, 2005
 
2.
Vice President under Clinton. He Ran for President in 2000 and won the popular vote, but lost by 500 votes in Florida because the election was fixed by Jeb Bush and Catherine Harris.
If Al Gore would have fought harder in 2004, the American Taliban wouldn't have been able to steel the election again in 2004.
by Juan Gomez May 29, 2005
 
3.
Defiantly not the liberal version of Rush Limbaugh. Al Franken tells the truth and always makes a correction if he makes a mistake, no matter how minor. Rush Limbaugh deliberately lies, but Republicans have to lie because if they told the truth no one except the wealthiest 2% of the population that benefit from their policies would vote for them. Al Franken is a centrist and the most conservative host on the liberal Air America Radio network.
Al Franken is going to be a senator from Minnesota after 2008.
by Juan Gomez May 10, 2005
 
4.
US Generals commanding the NATO forces in Afghanistan have said that the French troops under their command are some of the best soldiers they have ever seen.
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France is an important ally of the US that is helping with the war on terror. They didn't support the war on Iraq because it had nothing to do with the war on terror.
by juan gomez May 10, 2005
 
5.
While it is true that the Republican party used to be the party of Lincoln, and that a higher percentage of Republicans voted for the 1964 civil rights bill than Democrats, modern day Republicans are very different.

In 1964 Democrats from northern states voted almost unanimously for the civil rights bill, Democrats from the south voted almost unanimously against it. The Democrats who opposed civil rights were southern conservatives, they would be Republicans today.

Strom Thurmond was a Democrat, he left the Democratic party in 1964 specifically because he opposed civil rights for blacks. Charles Pickering, the conservative judge appointed to a federal appeals court by GW Bush during a senate recess was a Democrat and switched to the Republican party in 1964, specifically because he opposed civil rights for African Americans. Many Republicans who supported civil rights became Democrats in 1964.

Look at a map of former slave states and compare it to a map of the 2004 electoral college results. Notice a pattern? Ohio, Indiana and Iowa changed from free states in 1861 to Republican states in 2004, Maryland and Delaware changed from slave states in 1861 to Democratic states in 2004. Except for those 5 states, the maps match up exactly.

2004 Electoral College Map:
http://tinyurl.com/byzvj
1861 Slave State Map:
http://tinyurl.com/5zdj3
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Not all Republicans are racist, but all racists are Republicans.
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by juan gomez June 16, 2005
 
6.
While it is true that the Republican party used to be the party of Lincoln, and that a higher percentage of Republicans voted for the 1964 civil rights bill than Democrats, modern day Republicans are very different.

In 1964 Democrats from northern states voted almost unanimously for the civil rights bill, Democrats from the south voted almost unanimously against it. The Democrats who opposed civil rights were southern conservatives, they would be Republicans today.

Strom Thurmond was a Democrat, he left the Democratic party in 1964 specifically because he opposed civil rights for blacks. Charles Pickering, the conservative judge appointed to a federal appeals court by GW Bush during a senate recess was a Democrat and switched to the Republican party in 1964, specifically because he opposed civil rights for African Americans. Many Republicans who supported civil rights became Democrats in 1964.

Look at a map of former slave states and compare it to a map of the 2004 electoral college results. Notice a pattern? Ohio, Indiana and Iowa changed from free states in 1861 to Republican states in 2004, Maryland and Delaware changed from slave states in 1861 to Democratic states in 2004. Except for those 5 states, the maps match up exactly.

2004 Electoral College Map:
http://tinyurl.com/byzvj
1861 Slave State Map:
http://tinyurl.com/5zdj3
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Not all Republicans are racist, but all racists are Republicans.
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by juan gomez May 21, 2005
 
7.
1. Any two places or regions that are on diametrically opposite sides of the earth.

2. Something that is the exact opposite or contrary of another; an antipode.
America and Australia are antipodal regions of the earth.
by juan gomez May 09, 2005