Election - Bush vs Kerry

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    Election - Bush vs Kerry

    Say... we had to vote now.. how does ao feel?

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    is it just me or does Kerry seem flakey (as in he has no opinion of his own)
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    hes got to be better than bush.

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    they both suck however, and i think i am going to do 1 of 2 things == nominate mickey mouse as a write in or go with the communist or socialist (still deciding) party guy (if they have one since last election their guy died)
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    I can't really stand either of them, but i would rather give kerry a chance than to see bush in office for another 4 years.

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    I hate having to pick the better a-hole. But, since I'm not allowed to vote doesn't matter either way.
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    Originally posted here by er0k
    I can't really stand either of them, but i would rather give kerry a chance than to see bush in office for another 4 years.
    for some reason i just can't trust kerry tho, not sure why, but i am actually the opposite of you (if i had to chose one of them) because at least with bush we know what kind of stupid stuff he will do, with kerry it will be a whole new ball game... (that and bill clinton left a slightly sour taste in my mind on democrats)
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    Originally posted here by djscribble
    (that and bill clinton left a slightly sour taste in my mind on democrats)
    Djscribble - Did you type "my" by mistake here? I was almost sure you meant to type "Monica's" Hee! Hee!

    All kidding aside though. I'll take Bush over Kerry. Yeah, I know, BIG SECRET right? Setting the opinions on the war on terrorism aside, I cannot see where Bush has done anything seriously bad for the country. I disagreed with Bush's position on steel tarrifs, but really what is so terrible about President Bush? Now, I am not saying that we should ignore the war or it's ramifications by any means, but I am curious about what horrible things Bush has done to the country. And please do not reference Moore's film as fact, since Moore's skewed opinions can be logically debunked or logically argued as circumspect at best.

    Oh - <Edit> EROK sorry about that. <edit> - Not trying to hijack your thread here. Just thought it would be appropriate to try and find out what the issues are that influence an individuals decision to vote for one party or another, or "Mickey Mouse" as the case may be.
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    I can't vote in the elections obviously, but from what I've seen Kerry's campaign is based around the fact that "I'm not Bush, so vote for me".
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    I'm a Bush supporter myself. I admire his understanding of the lead/represent paradox that comes wtih political leadership -- Knowing when to act in representation of the masses, and knowing when to lead, even when it means going against the general opinion of the masses.

    Kerry, on the other hand, I see as just a puppet of the masses. His opinion always seems to conform to what the general consensus is, hence his ever-changing and always-contradicting stances. Kerry seems far too worried about getting everybody to like him, whereas Bush just doesn't give a care. So, my big concern with Kerry is that he's easily swayed. Pull his strings and watch him dance.

    So, that's at the heart of my vote as casted.

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