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Kerry or Bush?

I'm just curious. Who would you vote for? (Even if you're not an American)
  • I am chocked!

    Are we only two people who were to vote for Bush?

    Take the test:

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5993610/
  • I think this is a very sensible topic and has nothing to do here.
    Just my 2 cents
  • quote:
    I am chocked!

    Are we only two people who were to vote for Bush?

    Originally posted by Hhelgesen - 2004 Oct 29 :  13:07:49



    It's unfortunate that the Archaic Electoral College over rules the voting decision of the country. So even though Gore had 500,000 more votes, in the end he still lost. Go figure.

    PS I thought this was funny...
    Bush / Kerry - They're cousins.

    Well, 16th cousins, three times removed, to be exact.
    But cousins, nonetheless
  • Well... according to the bible, we're all cousins... Our common ancestors are Adam and Eve
  • quote:
    I think this is a very sensible topic and has nothing to do here.
    Just my 2 cents

    Originally posted by tmartin - 2004 Oct 29 :  14:30:30



    Forum called Break Space You do not HAVE to read it, you do not HAVE to cast your vote.

    And that, my friend, is my two cents [:D] ...
  • Feel free what you do. This is a world wide forum and I do not feel good to discuss this here. Period.
  • Interesting family tree... Does that mean we can blame John Lake for one side going bad? [:D]
  • Interesting to see this forum and the rest of the world seem to see it such a one sided choice as evidenced by GlobalVote2004 (www.globalvote2004.org) which was over 110,000 votes from around the world

    The votes were as follows:

    Candidate Votes Percentage
    Bush 10221 9.0 %
    Kerry 87446 77.1 %
    Cobb 4347 3.8 %
    Nader 7622 6.7 %
    Brown 2292 2.0 %
    Peroutka 345 0.3 %
    Badnarik 1279 1.1 %


    But perhaps Bush makes Americans feel safe and everybody else feel nervous


  • quote:
    Interesting to see this forum and the rest of the world seem to see it such a one sided choice as evidenced by GlobalVote2004 (www.globalvote2004.org) which was over 110,000 votes from around the world

    The votes were as follows:

    Candidate Votes Percentage
    Bush 10221 9.0 %
    Kerry 87446 77.1 %
    Cobb 4347 3.8 %
    Nader 7622 6.7 %
    Brown 2292 2.0 %
    Peroutka 345 0.3 %
    Badnarik 1279 1.1 %


    But perhaps Bush makes Americans feel safe and everybody else feel nervous




    Originally posted by godders - 2004 Nov 03 : 00:21:41




    If it was up to non Americans, Bush would not even be allowed to enter Washington[:D]

    Last time round Gore did have more votes than Bush and he did lost the elections...the American election system is somewhat "not exactly fair & square" towards all parties and member states...

    Let's just hope, that whoever is elected this time round, will try to focus in the US and not the rest of the world, or to be more specific the Middle East...if this can be applicable by American companies [:D]
  • the country once again is very divided.

    The Northeast & West went to Kerry.
    The Midwest & South went to Bush.

    It looks very much like 2000.
    Someone made a good comment last night.
    He said "In this election the Blue states got Bluer & the Red states got Redder. Bush has not been the "great uniter but the great divider"


    It's over Bush Wins [Ugh]
    here's my prediction - "Someone else 2008!" woo hoo
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