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View Poll Results: Who would you want as your next President?
John Kerry (democrat) 9 39.13%
George W. Bush (republican) 12 52.17%
Ralph Nader (independent) 2 8.70%
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Old 03-05-2004, 09:31 PM   #16
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If I was an American citizen I would definately be a Democrat! So I voted for Kerry...
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Old 03-05-2004, 09:58 PM   #17
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Quote: (Originally Posted by DangerousDan85) what?
that's sort of what I'm wondering...........
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Old 03-06-2004, 05:38 PM   #18
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Quote: (Originally Posted by Higher_Desire) I voted for Georgie-Porgie. He talk English just like me!

And, Alisha, you may be a democrat, but you're also not old enough to vote. I, however, am old enough, AND registered in two states. Washington and Idaho. Even though I am a legal resident of Washington, I also have legal proof of 30-day residency (actually more like 12 months) in Idaho. I'll vote at the polls here, and absentee for Washington.


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I know I'm not old enough yet, I'm just voting on the fake creedfeed voter poll.
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Old 03-06-2004, 10:20 PM   #19
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I wasnt old enough to vote for Bush last time, but I am now, and I will be voting for Bush this time.

Ralph Nader is the little engine that doesnt know any better.... and I'll bet you money that he'll take votes away from John Kerry.

...and finally, it took Howard Dean to make John Kerry electable....
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Old 03-06-2004, 10:27 PM   #20
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Anyone but Bush. He had his chance and he messed it up.

Ralph Nader in one word: joke.

Kerry: at least he's a senator. He seems, from what I read, better than Al Gore.

Btw, not to open a can of worms, but what did you think of Bush's TV ads using 9/11 scenes? I think now the press will forget Janet Jackson's boobie for a while! LOL!
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Quote: (Originally Posted by Tremonti_Fed) Kerry: at least he's a senator. He seems, from what I read, better than Al Gore.

Al and Tipper Gore - can't stand them!

Have to go with Bush. What kind of shape would we have been in if Gore was President during 9/11? It would have been pretty scarry! I had family members involved in 9/11 - I'm glad it was Bush that was President
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Quote: (Originally Posted by Mulletman) Ralph Nader is the little engine that doesnt know any better.... and I'll bet you money that he'll take votes away from John Kerry.
Very true. Thank God there's no extreme right-winger running.

Quote: (Originally Posted by Mulletman) ...and finally, it took Howard Dean to make John Kerry electable....
I almost wish Dean would've stayed in front, b/c Bush would be so much more assured of victory (I couldn't stand Howie before his stupid actions/remarks, and I still can't).
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The sad part is, there are A LOT better democrats out there that should have run for office. Kerry honesty doesnt have a chance against Bush. Clark and Leiberman stood a better chance.

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Quote: (Originally Posted by Tremonti_Fed) Ralph Nader in one word: joke.

What do you mean by this? Do you mean that Nader winning is a joke, or that Nader himself is a joke? If Bush was not running, I would probably vote for Nader. He is very intelligent, has very good ideas, and I think would do a lot of good for this country.
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Quote: (Originally Posted by Mulletman)
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Hahahaaaaaaaaaaa... loved that Mad Cow, Mad Cow!!!-one
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Well... it worked Mullet!
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all those cartoons you got are so wondaful!
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Quote: (Originally Posted by Steve) What do you mean by this? Do you mean that Nader winning is a joke, or that Nader himself is a joke? If Bush was not running, I would probably vote for Nader. He is very intelligent, has very good ideas, and I think would do a lot of good for this country.

I meant his campaign is a joke. He doesn't have a chance. Actually, not even Kerry has a chance.

I think Nader should run for another position: governor, mayor or senator. After he got a decent base, then he should run for president. Take a step at a time. He should make himself better known and more trustable. Or he could get a position like Colin Powell's, to be in the public's eye all the time.

I don't think he'll get as many votes as he got in 2k, and yet, he'll "steal" Kerry's votes.

I have a question:

Would be possible for him to join Kerry and run as a vice-president? Or any other of the pre-candidates such Edwards? It would make democrats stronger, I think...
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It would, but Nader is hardcore green. A vote for a third party member is a wasted vote, you are literally throwing away your ONE vote. The only thing you will accomplish with a third party vote is telling the two major parties what issues are important to you. But that will only work if the third party gets enough votes like Nader did in the last election and Ross Perot did years back.
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