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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: JaggedJim] #276189
02/11/04 07:28 PM
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Personally, I'd vote for Kerry, but I'm not old enough to vote...

Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Uru] #276190
02/11/04 07:51 PM
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I sense a lot of hostility today and it's all coming from my country.

Kyra_Ny


Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Kyra_Ny] #276191
02/11/04 08:49 PM
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Heh, wonder why?


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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Womble] #276192
02/11/04 09:40 PM
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John kerry is french, he will support the french more than americans, and don't we all hate the back stabbing french...

I wonder why idd, honestly there must so much ignorance, how do some more "globally educated" americans keep putting up with it.

Anyway, it's a good thing they vote more today, but will they vote their opinion or just that of the horde?


It's one of these days...
Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Draghermosran] #276193
02/11/04 09:58 PM
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Where time stands still
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I have really nothing to add. I've allready said it all. You shoose between a a-hole and a stupid a-hole. And a guy who get's 1 % of the votes.

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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Ubereil] #276194
02/11/04 10:14 PM
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That was for a laugh sveltje!

However, I personally feel that this will be the most important election of the last 10 years all over the world. The USA have set an example in the last 4 years that was at least questionable.

To all american friends. Hope you voted, cause the only thing unexcusable would be to deny your personal rights in a time, where personal rights are denied.

(bernhard, who never before was as much thrilled up as now before election results)


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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: bernhard] #276195
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Aren't they supposed to be voteing NOW??? Or is it allready over?

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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Ubereil] #276196
02/11/04 10:35 PM
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It was all over a long, long time ago....

around the time they invented voting!


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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Jurak] #276197
02/11/04 10:53 PM
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Svar till:

It was all over a long, long time ago....

around the time they invented voting!




Ah.

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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Ubereil] #276198
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Quote:

Aren't they supposed to be voteing NOW??? Or is it allready over?





Very much depending on where you live Ubereil.

Edit: 34 Bush 3 Kerry

but... Virginia too close to call!!!!

edit2: ok, W Virginia goes to Bush making 39, 3

Last edited by bernhard; 03/11/04 12:36 AM.

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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: bernhard] #276199
03/11/04 12:36 AM
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Nowhere in democracy does it say that you need to have only two parties...indeed the restiction of these two is i feel killing democracy.

Switzerland i think is the most democratic state becuase i think they have refferendums all the time(i think,cant be too sure)

If your superstitous Kerry will win-

44 years ago John F Kennedy was voted in and this is the 44th preisdency and John F Kerry has the same intials.

Both have eaten at the same resturant on the day of the election.

Somethng about an American football team losing just prior to elections and so the challenger will win(which has happened for the last 40 years)...or something to that effect.

One thing i will say for Bush- Hes smart becuase hes good at reading people...their body language e.t.c.

He is not smart academic wise or streetwise but comes across as a "strong leader" which is funny becuase he is not phyiscally threatening like say Bruce Willis or Arnie but becuase he smiles alot and is good for PR he can pull it off.



Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: tragic] #276200
03/11/04 06:11 AM
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Looks like Bush will win.

[nocando]

my country is of thee....



Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: LewsTherinKinslayer13] #276201
03/11/04 06:39 AM
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Maybe this is usefull.

election.

I found this in the German Part of the Forum, postet by the Member Ddraigfyre.

It is better to say nothing...

Edit

But, take a look at South Carolina....


Last edited by Stone; 03/11/04 06:41 AM.

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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Stone] #276202
03/11/04 07:51 AM
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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Viper] #276203
03/11/04 09:33 AM
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look at Washington DC... http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/pages/results/states/DC/P/00/index.html Bush 9% Kerry 90% At least these figures do relate "more" to the rest of the world. As many surveys showed 1/5 world citizens doesn't want Bush to be re-elected.


Darn rednecks the world goes beyond the borders of the US...


It's one of these days...
Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Draghermosran] #276204
03/11/04 12:32 PM
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Looks like it could be a bush victory - though some legal wrangling is on the cards.

I can't believe the asurbity of the vast amount of middle america hick states voting 70% in favour of bush.

Given the amount of control america tries to excert and the rest of the world, and given that the president is called the 'leader of the free world' I think we ALL should be allowed to vote. By all I mean us europeans, then you'll have a landslide victory for kerry.

Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Plowking] #276205
03/11/04 12:48 PM
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Quote:

I can't believe the asurbity of the vast amount of middle america hick states voting 70% in favour of bush.




i may have misunderstood but it seems from after the CNN source above that Idaho has reelected Republican Senator Crapo with 99% so it may be not really amazing that Bush should obtain 70% there...

Quote:

By all I mean us europeans, then you'll have a landslide victory for kerry.





are you so sure Plowk... if you have a look to the European Comission members...
well i'm really not sure it's brightest than Bush team!

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Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: MASTER_GUROTH] #276206
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Top 10 tips: What to say to confuse the exit pollsters today

Worst things about Bush re-election:

Say bye bye international support
world , Irak, middle class , environment are screwed
51$ a barrel oil
a pessimistic world vision
My stock portfolio


Good things about Bush re-election:

4 more years of Bush bashing by the daily show, real-time and micheal moore
For the first time bush can clean up his mess instead of bailing and leaving the mess the the next guy.
USA has lost the right to make fun of Canada about aboot. Canada 0w3ns USA on every field, education,world vision...
World united.
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against Bush

Oooo USA thou bright light of hope and freedom has been extinguished in my heart, farewell I will miss thee.


Don't blame me I voted for Kudos (And don't live in the USA)


BTW; Lets hope on a miracle of the provisional ballots and absentee ballots (the absentee ballots will be mostly kerry, except milatairry)



Clone John F Kennedy I say

If the South had seseded we wouldn't be in this mess, thanks a lot Linchon - farker at fark . com

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That excuse has more holes than a slice this fine Gorgombert!
Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Morbo] #276207
03/11/04 02:25 PM
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I think the rest of the world should get their armies together and invade, seriously... Its the only way.

I'd welcome them...


" Road rage, air rage. Why should I be forced to divide my rage into seperate categories? To me, it's just one big, all-around, everyday rage. I don't have time for distinctions. I'm too busy screaming at people. " -George Carlin
Re: Presidential Deathmatch: Bush vs. Kerry [Re: Womble] #276208
03/11/04 02:29 PM
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Quote:

I think the rest of the world should get their armies together and invade, seriously... Its the only way.

I'd welcome them...




I'd buy that for a dollor...I mean a euro!

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