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Torn Daredevil 11-03-2004 10:36 AM

President Bush Re-Elected
 
As projected by NBC, Bush has been re-elected President. Time for Kerry to stop being being an asshole and concede already. It is pretty much impossible for him to win Ohio and he needs to face reality that the American public did not elect him. And, Bush did win the popular vote, as well.

Thank goodness that Americans made the right decision and it's good to see that the country still has a strong base of conservative Christian voters. That is what made the difference. What's hilarious is that the same number of young people voted this year as in 2000. So much for those liberal "Rock the Vote" and "Vote or Die" programs. Thanks P. Diddy. LOL

All the hype around Kerry proved to amount to nothing and be only a by-product of liberal celebrities exerting their power upon the American public. Thank God we didn't listen.

RMadd 11-03-2004 11:28 AM

man, I agree w/ the stuff you're saying, but you better get yourself a couple rolls o' duct tape b/c there's gonna be people on here who are gonna try and tear you a new bunghole!

Mulletman 11-03-2004 12:09 PM

10:10 am cst - Kerry has just conceded the race.

The Lithium 11-03-2004 01:05 PM

BUSH SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :mad:

"I'm a war president" - George W Bush

RMadd 11-03-2004 01:21 PM

"I'm actually a citizen of the US" ~ Me

Dogstar 11-03-2004 01:35 PM

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What's hilarious is that the same number of young people voted this year as in 2000.

It's far from hilarious. It's a fucking disgrace. People have fought and died for the right to have their voices heard and it's criminal that so many younger people chose to stay silent, regardless of their choice. It's inexcusable. And if they didn't vote, they should keep their apathetic mouths shut.

Bush did win the popular vote, but it was no ringing endorsement. There's a good a chunk of people (48 percent or so) in this country who are NOT happy about this. I am one of those people.

Mulletman 11-03-2004 03:21 PM

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Originally Posted by The Lithium
BUSH SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :mad:

"I'm a war president" - George W Bush


Behold the Harvard graduate in all his might. . .

Higher_Desire 11-03-2004 04:25 PM

WAHOO!!! :syncdance :dancing:
Me and some other people were watching the election coverage from about 7:00 in the evening until 1:00 in the morning cheering when a state turned red! :D I'm so excited that Kerry did the smart thing and conceded early instead of asking for more recounts.

In a report from MSNBC, Kerry reportidly called Bush at 11:00 eastern time this morning to let Bush know his decision and congratulate him. Bush also said I think you were an admirable, worthy opponent and waged one tough campaign... I hope you are proud of the effort you put in. You should be.


H-D :pimp:

RMadd 11-03-2004 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Hellboy
What's hilarious is that the same number of young people voted this year as in 2000.

actually, while the proportion to the overall turnout was the same, a greater # of people our age did turn out to vote. and i dunno about other places around the nation, but my campus caught election fever awhile ago. and while there are apathetic people, there's also a large number of us who are overzealous and wish we could vote according to the old adage: "vote early and vote often"

Steve 11-03-2004 04:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Dogstar
Bush did win the popular vote, but it was no ringing endorsement. There's a good a chunk of people (48 percent or so) in this country who are NOT happy about this. I am one of those people.


Just remember, Bill Clinton didn't win the "majority" of the vote either. He won his elections with less than 50% of the total vote. Bush is the first president to be elected with more than 50% of the vote since his father.

RMadd 11-03-2004 05:19 PM

Steve, you're a genius... if you run for President some day, I'd vote for ya!

Torn Daredevil 11-03-2004 05:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Steve
Just remember, Bill Clinton didn't win the "majority" of the vote either. He won his elections with less than 50% of the total vote. Bush is the first president to be elected with more than 50% of the vote since his father.



Well said Steve. And Lithuim, I think you're nice and you've helped me out before, but you don't even live in the US. Please stay out of it. You really have no idea what life is like here or what the situation of the country truly is. I am trying to be as nice as possible about it, but it's very difficult.

Bush won by more than 3 million votes, and it is one of the widest margins in the last few decades. Bush also got more percentage than Clinton, who is considered "one of the most popular Presidents in the history of the US." Take that for what it's worth.

You go, George W!!!

RMadd 11-03-2004 05:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Hellboy
And Lithuim, I think you're nice and you've helped me out before, but you don't even live in the US. Please stay out of it. You really have no idea what life is like here or what the situation of the country truly is. I am trying to be as nice as possible about it, but it's very difficult.

that's right!

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Originally Posted by Hellboy
Bush won by more than 3 million votes, and it is one of the widest margins in the last few decades. Bush also got more percentage than Clinton, who is considered "one of the most popular Presidents in the history of the US." Take that for what it's worth.

You go, George W!!!

bah, Clinton sucked

whitebird 11-03-2004 05:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Dogstar
It's far from hilarious. It's a fucking disgrace. People have fought and died for the right to have their voices heard and it's criminal that so many younger people chose to stay silent, regardless of their choice. It's inexcusable. And if they didn't vote, they should keep their apathetic mouths shut.

Bush did win the popular vote, but it was no ringing endorsement. There's a good a chunk of people (48 percent or so) in this country who are NOT happy about this. I am one of those people.



I'm backing Dogstar in this fight!!! I'm not happy either.

Bush has instilled fear in our people, suggesting if he were not reelected, terrorists would take over.

I personally know people who voted because of this fear, and I do not believe that they were correct in doing so.

I voted for Kerry, and I am truly sorry that he did not get elected.

I wonder what other countries are feeling about this election.

jarofsap 11-03-2004 06:14 PM

I think it's going to be entertaining to see the reactions of all those dang celebrities that said Kerry was gonna win by a landslide.

"John Kerry's already kickin' Bush's ass. Let's make it worse' for Bush!" - Dave Grohl at a recent Kerry campaign stop.

:roll:

I am so happy about Bush's victory. He won the popular vote by over 3 million!! sweet


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