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Bush Vs Kerry

Posted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 7:00 am
by kittie
Who would be the best man in office and who would help the United States best. I am Neutral in this poll

Posted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 8:53 am
by Dopefish
Hitler or Pol Pot?
Voting for the lesser evil is still voting for evil. That's why I'm voting for Ralph Nader.

I chose Kerry in your poll though because at least he's slightly more libreal and is much smarter.

Posted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 1:12 pm
by emmzee
Since I'm Canadian I haven't really been following the election too closely, thus I won't vote in the poll, but I would prolly vote Kerry ... after all <a href="http://www.kerryrocks.com">Kerry rocks</a>. ;)

I wonder if Clinton could win if he ran again? Is that even possible? I know that in the USA presidents can only serve two consecutive terms ... but can they serve more than two non-consecutive terms? Too bad that law isn't in Canada, we may have been saved from having Chr├ętien as prime minister three years in a row :blah:

Posted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 1:29 pm
by Dopefish
The limit is two terms per President. I think there's only one who served non-consecutive terms (Grover Cleavland?).

Posted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 3:33 pm
by Dogbreath
I'd probably vote Libertarian, as Bush has a far too liberal international policy, both candidates are against gay marriage, Kerry voted for the Patriot Act, and both are far too authoritarian big government for my tastes. If it essentially boils down to a choice between Bush and Bush+Botox+bad domestic policy (Kerry) I'd have to select Bush.

Most people glorify Kerry on the stance that "he isn't Bush." If you look as Kerry's record, the only places that he ISN'T identical to Bush are in places where he's actually worse then Bush. For example, in 2003, Senator Kerry voted in favor of invading Iraq, and now he claims that Bush is at fault for everything that has gone wrong in Iraq. If he gets elected what will he do about Iraq? The exact same thing Bush is doing now. But, because Bush is at fault in Iraq, Kerry being president will automatically make it better, never mind it was Kerry and his fellow congressmen that actually started the whole mess!

If Kerry could take a firm stance on any issue and stick to it, I might consider him a decent candidate, but him currently changing his opinion every day depending on what issue the media happens to be reporting gives us absolutely no clue as to what kind of a president he'd actually be.

I used to like Nader a lot, though his protectionist trade policies and his support for affirmative action are very disappointing.

Posted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 5:52 pm
by Iuppiter
Hrm... I'm an anti-partisan socialist who wants direct popular election and a one six-year term limit before any serious voting occurs on my part. So... neither, though I won't be able to vote in this election anyway.

Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 1:47 pm
by Cakephatt
The only reason Kerry voted for the war in Iraq is because Bush origionally said that he would verify it with NATO and the U.N., but since he is and ignorant dumba**, he went ahead and told them all to screw off when they didn't agree to it and did it anyway. Now we are all considered morons by the entire world. :(

Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 1:48 pm
by Cakephatt
Oh yeah, and I have been an active anarchist for about two years. The rest of my life I was a socialist.

Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 2:01 pm
by Amro
darn you kitty, I was thinking about posting this poll!

Anyway, it's Kerry all the way for me. At least he admitted he was wrong in voting pro-war, and, as cakephatt said, it was because of what Bush said he would do. Bush turned out being a liar, and, as I read in some magazine, lied like 55 times. Where are the nuclear weapons?

And I just remembered: I heard that a lump was visible on the back of Bush's jacket during the first debate... sounds like he can't talk for himself.

Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 5:12 pm
by Cakephatt
hmmm.... sounds suspicious Amro. I heard it too. I have read that this is anything from a nicotine patch to a brain control chip, but either way, he sounds like a moron.

Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 7:24 pm
by DosReaper
I don't know why the told everyone that UFO's were gunna come and they should leave, after they press the big god damn red button in the briefcase (aka FOOTBALL!).

I voted bush cuz not only i don't care and i can't vote anyway but kerry seems to "high-hoped"

Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 2:03 pm
by John The Ax
Bush.

Was I the only one tired of Kerry's hopeless pandering?

"I'm a sportsman" Huh. No sportsman would fire a rifle prone on the ground at a deer. He's never hunted. I couldn't stand the man and his pointless, worthless stories. I'm so glad he didn't get elected.

Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 9:51 pm
by Cmaza
America is doomed. Accept it.

Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2004 8:35 am
by Amro
John The Ax wrote: "I'm a sportsman" Huh. No sportsman would fire a rifle prone on the ground at a deer. He's never hunted. I couldn't stand the man and his pointless, worthless stories. I'm so glad he didn't get elected.
He doesn't choke on bretzels or fall off bikes. And I don't think his 'sportsmanship' is important in an election.

Most people don't realize what reelecting bush means.

Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 12:45 am
by nastypoisonspikes
Cmaza wrote:America is doomed. Accept it.

Yes, but when America goes down, Australia is going down with it =(

Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 9:11 pm
by Cmaza
nastypoisonspikes wrote:Yes, but when America goes down, Australia is going down with it =(
omfg so true. Don't forget half the rest of the world, not just our two self-abusing countries. *kisses democracy*