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Would you vote for Bush or Kerry?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Disneys Muppets, Jul 6, 2004.

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Will you vote for Bush or Kerry?

Poll closed Nov 8, 2004.
Bush 52 vote(s) 44.8%
Kerry 63 vote(s) 54.3%
Nadar 1 vote(s) 0.9%

  1. Disneys Muppets New Member

    Who would you want to vote for Bush or Kerry? or neighter

    Note: You don't have to vote if you don't want to.
  2. Luke Active Member

    Bush !

    Kerry has no personality, you at least need someone with charisma although Bush has stuffed up the country - but being President is more like being an actor than actually making decisions.
  3. HeraLirambar New Member

    I'm voting for Edwards. I mean Kerry. *shifty eyes* Kerry, I don't care much for, but I'd much rather have him in office than Bush. You seriously don't want to know how I feel about Bush.
  4. Phillip Administrator

    Just a kind warning, please don't attack other forum mebers who may disagree with your opinion. Let's keep this a healthy and friendly discussion.
  5. sarah_yzma Active Member

    I'm not old enough to vote....but I did here!!! MWU HAHAHHAHAAAA!!!
  6. Luke Active Member

    You make a good point - has anyone actually worked out which is which yet?

    I guess it's time for Uncle Luke to give you kids a few voting tips, I always find voting for the candidate with the worst haircut works best. If they haven't got enough time to get a decent hairdoo then they would probably put a lot of effort into the job. It is a slightly odd formula but it works for me, just as well i'm not eligable to vote in America!
  7. Don'tLiveonMoon New Member

    I think I'm going to vote for Kerry, especially now that he's finally picked a running mate and it's somebody I like. There are some folks in Bush's administration who I really don't care for, while the one I highly admire - Colin Powell - has already said he'll be leaving after this term whether Bush wins or not. So I'm ready for some new blood in the office, I think.
    Erin
  8. Luke Active Member

    I have to say i do think that Kerry is gonna win it, well unless votes go missing in Florida again.
  9. D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Bush should not be president again because he hasn't done a good job this term. Besides, whenever a [spoiler]republican[/spoiler] is in office, then [spoiler]unemployement rates increase[/spoiler]. Just ask my parents!
  10. sarah_yzma Active Member

    I find this poll unsatisfactory...where is nadar...and that other guy (can't remember his name at the moment, but I have a friend who swears up and down that he's the best)
  11. Crazy Harry New Member

    It does seem strange that every republican president we've had over the past two decades has brought nothing but trouble. As for the one democraticic one, his only problem was caused by the republicans.
  12. sarah_yzma Active Member

    well, to be politically correct, here are all the current people running.

    AMERICAN PARTY:
    Diane Templin (California)
    Presidential Nominee

    Al Moore (Virginia)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    CONSTITUTION PARTY:
    Michael Peroutka (Maryland)
    Presidential Nominee

    Chuck Baldwin (Florida)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    GREEN PARTY:
    David Cobb (California)
    Presidential Nominee

    Pat LaMarche (Maine)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    LIBERTARIAN PARTY:
    Michael Badnarik (Texas)
    Presidential Nominee

    Richard Campagna (Iowa)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY:
    Leonard Peltier (Kansas) +
    Presidential Nominee

    Barry Bachrach (Massachusetts) +
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    PERSONAL CHOICE PARTY:
    Charles Jay (Indiana)
    Presidential Nominee

    Marilyn Chambers Taylor (California)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    PROHIBITION PARTY:
    Gene Amondson (Alaska)
    Presidential Nominee

    Leroy Pletten (Michigan)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    REFORM PARTY / INDEPENDENT:
    Ralph Nader (I-Connecticut)
    Presidential Nominee

    Peter M. Camejo (Green-California)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    SOCIALIST PARTY USA:
    Walt Brown (Oregon)
    Presidential Nominee

    Mary Alice Herbert (Vermont)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:
    Bill Van Auken (New York)
    Presidential Nominee

    Jim Lawrence (Ohio)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY:
    Róger Calero (New York)
    Presidential Nominee

    Arrin Hawkins (New York)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    WORKERS WORLD PARTY:
    John Parker (California)
    Presidential Nominee

    Teresa Gutierrez (New York)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

    and here are all the write-ins

    A.J. Albritton (American Republican Party-Mississippi) *
    Sterling Allan (Providential Party-Utah) *
    Stanford "Andy" Andress (I-Colorado) *
    Joe Bellis (America's Party-Kansas) *
    Kenneth M. Bonnell (I-Mississippi) *
    Harry Braun (I-Arizona) *
    Fred Cook (I-Georgia) *
    Eric J. Davis (Michigan) *
    Robert DiGiulio (Children's Party-Vermont) *
    Bob Dorn (Washington) *
    Lonnie D. Frank (I-California) *
    John Galt Jr. (I-Pensylvania) *
    Jack Grimes (United Fascist Union-Pennsylvania) *
    Michael Halpin (I-New York) *
    Larry D. Hines (I-Texas) *
    Georgia Hough (I-Georgia) *
    Keith Judd (I-Massachusetts) *
    Darren E. Karr (Party X-Oregon) *
    Samuel Keegan (I-Rhode Island) *
    Joseph Martyniuk Jr. (I-Illinois) *
    David Mevis (I-Mississippi) *
    Muadin (E-Democratic Party-Massachusetts) *
    Jeffrey Peters (We The People Party-New Hampshire)
    Andrew M. Rotramel (I-Texas) *
    Joseph "Average Joe" Schriner (I-Ohio) *
    Dennis P. Slatton (United America Party-North Carolina) *
    Dan Snow (I-Texas) *
    Brian B. Springfield (I-Virginia) *
    Lawrence Rey Topham (I-Utah) *
    Lemuel Tucker (I-Michigan) *
    Da Vid (Light Party-California) *
    Tom Wells (Family Values Party-Florida) *
    A.J. Wildman (I-Virginia) *

    If You want to check out any of these people, I've compiled this list from http://www.politics1.com/p2004.htm
  13. Whatever Active Member

    I'm voting Kerry, Bush is a detestable religious maniac with no touch with reality, but this isn't really a good place to talk politics. People's feelings will get hurt.
  14. Sylinde Bren Member

    Seriously? I have a very negative view regarding voting, the government and politics in general. I don't see much sense in voting. I've found myself questioning whether it's even worth it.

    But, if I had to vote, I'm not sure who I'd pick. I certainly don't like Bush. I don't really think Kerry is much better. And I've never even heard of Nader. I suppose it would be a case of choosing the lesser evil...

    Although, what's to stop Bush from rigging the election like last time?
  15. Luke Active Member

    They left ALF off the list? Sheesh ! :rolleyes:
  16. Crazy Harry New Member

    That's probably a bad idea now that everyone can see it coming.
  17. Fozzie Bear Moderator

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  19. Don'tLiveonMoon New Member

    Man! That's some list of candidates! I had no idea! :eek:
    Erin
  20. bobhopesite Active Member

    I like bush. Bush all the way. :) :p

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