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11-03-2004 01:14 PM  13 years agoPost 1
dariof

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How could he have really won? Think about it with some common sense.

I don't believe people voted for Bush based on what Kerry stood for.... No one quite knew what Kerry stood for. He has changed his mind more times over the years than most change underwear.

Compound this with the purported hiding of his dishonorable discharge, the terrorists and 3rd world countries desperately wanting Bush to lose, (what does this say), his bogus Viet Nam war records and medal, and his prior voting flip-flops, this guy was a real work of BS.

Those voting for Kerry could only surmise what he stood for based on what recent Democrats stand for..higher taxes, will not fight fire with fire with those who hurt the U.S.(war), etc.

People may or may not like or agree with Bush's values, morals or stances. But he does not flip-flop. At least one knows what they are getting. It seems this was most imortant to the American people based on the voting outcome. Those that voted for Kerry did so based on where BUSH stood, because he made it clear where he stands. Sad way to have to vote.

It wasn't even close for Kerry.

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11-03-2004 01:28 PM  13 years agoPost 2
Doug

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Good points, all

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11-03-2004 03:17 PM  13 years agoPost 3
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People may or may not like or agree with Bush's values, morals or stances. But he does not flip-flop.
Your right, he was wrong to invade Iraq and he's still wrong. No flopping,
just wrong and he's not about to make it right.


LOOK AT THE VOTE, ABOUT 49% think Bush is wrong.



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11-03-2004 03:31 PM  13 years agoPost 4
dariof

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My point exactly. Look at the vote. 51% for Bush....and look at all the states that went Bush.

And what would you want.....a group hug with the terrorists who have invaded this country. Or perhaps have them lie on the couch to discuss their issues. Poor little misunderstood terrorist. 9/11 was fine. Anything you want.

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11-03-2004 03:40 PM  13 years agoPost 5
hoomph

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Interesting thought here tho...

I heard on the news early this morning that AP exit pollsters discovered that people who voted for Kerry werent really voting for him, they were just voting against Bush.

But I guess it doesnt really matter for it looks like GW will be re-elected.

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11-03-2004 04:11 PM  13 years agoPost 6
G.Man

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Wonder how many of those 51% still also believe Iraq was involved with 9/11?

I suspect most of them

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11-03-2004 06:27 PM  13 years agoPost 7
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LOOK AT THE VOTE, ABOUT 49% think Bush is wrong.
Just the dumb asses! Just goes to show how many people in this country don't know or understand the facts, truth, OR how to judge a guy by his past verses his commercials.

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11-03-2004 07:33 PM  13 years agoPost 8
Rotor

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John Kerry......At first I voted for him....before I voted against him....
Sound familiar.....

My motto is this..Fly...Rebuild...Fly

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11-03-2004 07:50 PM  13 years agoPost 9
DrScoles

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Nolan,

You crack me up...and I agree with you....

Great points Dariof.... Kerry SCARED me...plain and simple..I slept well last night, and woke up feeling safe.

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11-03-2004 07:56 PM  13 years agoPost 10
LunchBox

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In between classes, I found myslef sitting in front of the lounge TV watching "The Price Is Right", when all of a sudden a SPECIAL REPORT popped up. And the first words out of the woman's mouth was John Kerry. Boy, I know what you mean about being scared Dr. . Time seemed to freeze when I heard that name, and my heart sunk. But luckily they just said that he called Bush to conceid. WHEW! I went to my next class feeling like a safer American as well!

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11-03-2004 08:04 PM  13 years agoPost 11
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yeah, Right!
There are two things that you can argue forever and never change anybody's mind: politics and religion. Not one person has had their mind changed here and I don't see that anyone that will be changed here. All that has happened is that people are pissed off. Get over it.

On a dog sled team, if you're not the lead dog, the view never changes.

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11-03-2004 08:18 PM  13 years agoPost 12
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No disrespect, but people do change politics. Kerry for example? Regan was a democrat initially too. I have several workmates that used to be rabid bush haters and give me a lot of crap. I spent a few days learning about oil buisness and its relationship to government. Printed out a few Bush speaches, little known articles on iraq, and talked to them a little at a time over the course of a couple weeks, and they stopped giving me crap anymore. They are still democrats, and nothing wrong with that, but they clearly did change. I learned a lot too, There is great value in talking to someone who doesn't see quite eye to eye with you. Its something to seek out, not avoid.

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11-03-2004 08:32 PM  13 years agoPost 13
dariof

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There are two things that you can argue forever and never change
anybody's mind: politics and religion.
People change their minds all the time about politics....

...Just look at Kerry.

Best Regards, Dario

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11-04-2004 12:01 AM  13 years agoPost 14
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All this partiotism for a man from a state that doesn't want to be in the union. Hum???

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11-04-2004 12:03 AM  13 years agoPost 15
LunchBox

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Thems Texans... gotsta watch out for 'em! lol

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11-04-2004 01:40 AM  13 years agoPost 16
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I didn't leave the Democratic party...It left me!

Ronald Regan

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