The action «What are your XYZ!»

edited February 2009 in Slang & street talk
The action «What are your XYZ!»

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The International Solidarity Electoral Action!

We help American brothers to make informed choices!

Sending the text, each in its own name both presidential candidates in the United States:

http://www.johnmccain.com/Contact/



http://answercenter.barackobama.com/cgi ... er/ask.php

Dear Barack Obama and John McCain! Think and name up to 4 November

a crisis of XYZ.

X - is the number of seats for the word «MORAL» in the list of factors (in descending order of their importance) that affect the stability of economic growth and development of society.

Y - is the number of answering the question, whose morality is in critical condition:

1. Top.

2. The overall.

3. Nizov.

Z - is the number of answering the question than to cure the crisis of morality:

1. Prjanikov.

2. True *.

3. Knut.

By calling the number XYZ, a candidate has demonstrated the sincerity of their beliefs and misconceptions. By refusing to call this number, the candidate continues to deliberately mislead voters about their intentions.

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* - Ask participants to indicate your return address to respond messages been targeted. Special thanks for the translation of the original text in English and other languages.

http://vtumach.livejournal.com/7159.html

(The text was obtained through Google translator)

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    edited February 2009
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