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My college newspaper ran an amusing cartoon about the debates, which, though it loses a bit in conversion to text, I will attempt to share with you

Panel 1
Caption: "Gore's Canned Answers"
Picture: Caricature of Gore, standing at a podium, saying "Blah Blah Blah"

Panel 2
Caption: "Bush's Canned Answers"
Picture: Caricature of Bush, standing at a podium, saying "Blah Blah Blah"

Panel 3
Caption: "Nader and Buchanan's Canned Answers"
Picture: Nader and Buchanan sitting in a trash can outside a door labeled "Debates: Keep Out".

Hmm, perhaps you had to see it. Anyway, I'm voting for Harry Browne. *shrug*

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In reply to 3rd Party Candidates. by rlk
in thread I've watched the US Presidential Debates by vroom

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