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10-21-2004 06:27 PM  13 years agoPost 1
JWBurns

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Ultimate John Kerry Ad

Got a kick out of this one....

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10-21-2004 06:59 PM  13 years agoPost 2
MAH

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Thats a good one.

Everyone thinking about voting for this moron should give this a listen.

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10-21-2004 07:34 PM  13 years agoPost 3
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he really is the candidate for EVERYONE We have a name for that where I come from.. 2 faced...

Jason /// Sceadu50/9chp WWW.Jagboy69.com

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10-21-2004 07:59 PM  13 years agoPost 4
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MAH

What scares me is sooo many people ARE morons..hence they will fit right in with Kerry and vote for him.

You are so correct JagBoy. HE changes his mind like most people change underwear.

I am not sure where the polls are today..last I checked a couple of days ago Bush had a very slight edge within the margin of error.

Best Regards, Dario

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10-21-2004 08:14 PM  13 years agoPost 5
MAH

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What scares me is sooo many people ARE morons..hence they will fit right in with Kerry and vote for him.
Im not so sure about that. Most people are actually quite conscientious about voting. The problem is many are simply uninformed and misinformed. The liberal biased mainstream media can be thanked for that.

BUT...everyone that comes to this forum does so via the Internet. The Internet is the greatest repository of information yet created. In just a few minutes you can confirm or deny to your satisfaction any issue that comes up.

The democratic party runs their campaigns based on FUD. (fear uncertainty doubt.)
This is only effective on an uninformed public.
Once a voter educates themselves on the facts and knows the truth of the matter that type of campaign will fail. The democratic party is realizing this too late.
I am not sure where the polls are today..last I checked a couple of days ago Bush had a very slight edge within the margin of error.
Im not a big fan of polls except for the only one that matters in November.

However the latest polls show the President widening his lead.

http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/sp...olls/index.html

Mike Hammer
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10-21-2004 09:03 PM  13 years agoPost 6
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Here is what the AP syas about it...I still think we are in trouble for whatever reasons....not educating oneself (filtering through the media) is not a smart move with something so important as who runs the Country..


WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush and Sen.
John Kerry are locked in a tie for the popular
vote, according to an Associated Press poll. Voters
seem open to change in the White House - most
disapprove of the president's performance at home and in Iraq - but still harbor
doubts about making the switch.

Bush's strength continues to be in a perception by voters that he is the most qualified to
protect the country, though his advantage has dwindled in recent weeks. Some 56 percent
say the country is on the wrong track.

In the AP-Ipsos Public Affairs poll, the Democratic ticket of Kerry and Sen. John Edwards
got support from 49 percent of those who said they were likely to vote, and the Republican
team of Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney got 46 percent, within the poll's margin of
error of plus or minus 3 percentage points. The Oct. 18-20 survey, released Thursday,
included 976 likely voters.

A spate of other polls show the race tied or give Bush a slight lead nationwide. The
presidency will go to whoever gets a majority of the 538 Electoral College votes, a
state-by-state chase that is just as close as national surveys.

Likely voters are divided on many levels:

They are just as likely to back Democrats for Congress as Republicans, with a
47-46 split favoring Democrats. That is essentially a tie.

Twenty-four percent say they have already voted or will cast ballots before Election
Day. Those who voted early were just as likely to back Kerry as Bush.

A third of likely voters have been contacted by a candidate, campaign or outside
group seeking support. Twenty-three percent said they were urged to back Kerry
and 21 percent said they were asked to support Bush, a sign that two massive
get-out-the-vote campaigns have had equal success contacting voters.

Less than half, 47 percent, approve of Bush's job performance. A rating below 50
percent spells trouble for any incumbent, and Bush falls below that threshold on
the economy, domestic affairs and handling Iraq.

In each case, Bush's approval numbers have held steady since the AP-Ipsos poll
taken after the first presidential debate.

That Bush performance, roundly criticized on style and substance, helped lower
the president's standing against Kerry from early September, when the incumbent
led in the head-to-head matchup and had higher approval scores.

A majority, 51 percent, support the president's handling of foreign policy and the
war on terror. By 7 percentage points, they think he would protect the country
better than Kerry. That is similar to the AP-Ipsos poll earlier in the month, but
down from a 23-point advantage in March.

Voters are evenly split on who would do the best job on Iraq. They find the
candidates equally honest and likable, but Bush is viewed as much more
decisive.

By an 18-point margin, Kerry is seen as best suited to create jobs for workers.


10/21/04 15:12

© Copyright The Associated Press. All rights reserved. The information contained
In this news report may not be published, broadcast or otherwise distributed
without the prior written authority of The Associated Press.

Best Regards, Dario

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10-21-2004 10:33 PM  13 years agoPost 7
MAH

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Thats why I dislike and distrust polls. The pollster can skew the results to say whatever his agenda requires.

The AP and Harris polls tend to favor democrats while the Gallup polls tend to favor republicans.

The only one that counts will occur on Nov 2.

Mike Hammer
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10-21-2004 10:45 PM  13 years agoPost 8
tadawson

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You are so correct JagBoy. HE changes his mind like most people change underwear.
You have to have a mind in order to change it. This guy is way too dense for that . . . .

- TIm

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10-21-2004 10:46 PM  13 years agoPost 9
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Moron? ....okay I can accept that but hey whatever it takes to save my children from dying on the battlefield of Iran, Syria, and North Korea..
Yeah, they'll die here instead when Lurch lets terrorism run rampant across the globe, and into the US.

- Tim

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10-21-2004 10:49 PM  13 years agoPost 10
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Polls are kind of like statistics...lying with numbers.

Thanks for the link. That was GREAT.

Kerry's is the last thing we need, One who puts his finger in the air to see what direction the wind is blowing before making a decision. Clinto did the same hting and we got 8 years of mediocrity.

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10-21-2004 10:50 PM  13 years agoPost 11
MAH

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Yes Illinois has been a democratic state in the last few national elections.

Mainly due to Cook county. (Chicago) Outside
of the northern 1/3 of the state its predominately republican.

Illinois will ultimately go for Kerry. No surprise there. But it will be a lot closer than in 2000 and a number of local democrats wont be going back to Washington. They are having a hard time explaining how NAFTA has been good for Illinois.
Moron? ....okay I can accept that but hey whatever it takes to save my children from dying on the battlefield of Iran, Syria, and North Korea..
Would you rather they die on the battlefield of New York, Chicago and Washington?

Mike Hammer
Galesburg,Il

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