The Captain vs. James Bond

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by CaptainObvious, Feb 28, 2007.

Who is telling the truth

  1. Captain is a democrat

    1 vote(s)
  2. Captain is a neocon

    2 vote(s)
  3. Bond is a radical left whack job

    9 vote(s)
  4. Bond is a centrist

    1 vote(s)
  5. They're both nuts and I don't care what they are

    9 vote(s)
  1. Mr. Bond accuses me of being a neocon posing as a democrat. I accuse him of being a radical leftist and he says he is a centrist. What say you?
  2. does it matter? wether u support the dems or the reps u still get equally screwed by the feds.:D
  3. That you would run such an insipid poll says it all...

  4. Hilarious coming from the whacko resident troll.
  5. A rather odd accusation from ET's serial Pedant. You really need to get a sense of humor. It's only a message board.
  6. Hapaboy always votes your way, fake captain (that certainly tells you what you're). That leaves 3 more votes unaccounted for. Did you just make 3 more aliases?
  7. I don't post polls about other members...

    The polls are about political issues or politicians, not people here...

    Oh, I think I have a sense of humor...I just don't find you humorous.

  8. Yes, we know you have a sense of humor. We also know that your sense of humor involves things such as pedophilia.

    Jolly for you. Ain't you a class act....
  9. Captain is a democrat 5.56%
    Captain is a neocon 5.56%
    Bond is a radical left whack job 38.89%
    Bond is a centrist 5.56%
    They're both nuts and I don't care what they are 44.44%

    The votes are in and ET has spoken. Bond is a radial left whack job by an overwhelming majority. It may just be perception, but in politics perception is reality. So it is written, so it is done. Sorry James!
    A disturbing, overall majority think we're both nuts. Obviously, they are unwashed heathens incapable of interpreting the subtle nuance of politics. Off with their heads!:D
  10. Sorry to disturb your dream, but what is the margin of error for a sample of 18 people?

    Also, you need to get a new dictionary...
    #10     Mar 1, 2007