Bush or Kerry? - Page 4




View Poll Results :vote Bush or Kerry?
Bush 24 63.16%
Kerry 14 36.84%
Voters: 38. You may not vote on this poll

 
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Boots
 
September 23rd, 2004  
Stafford911
 
 
Sorry, I guess I misunderstood what they where talking about. My B.
September 24th, 2004  
SAINT
 
they say Bush was involved in the 911.. an insider job.
I dun know what to think of that..
after reading this http://mindprod.com/bush911.html

my opinion of Bush changed...
so what is he?

At least Kerry knows what is fighting a war in ground zero
And he knows that killing in Vietnam is wrong.
http://www.vietnamwar.com/JohnKerryV...insttheWar.htm
http://www.vietnamwar.com/JohnKerryMilitary.htm


A superpower flexing its muscles in a small country.. is that correct?
September 24th, 2004  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stafford911
Sorry, I guess I misunderstood what they where talking about. My B.
Sorry about coming at you so hard. I was still irritated about the last few posts. I try my best to keep my posts civil and I think I went a bit far on that one. I have nothing against you Stafford911 and I hope there is no hard feelings.

SSG Doody

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the web site http://mindprod.com/bush911.html is something else. The information in that site is poorly organized. PLus there are many quotes and citations that have no sources. as you may know, sources are very important to me. Many of the books that I have read have over 50 pages just on sources. To me, that represents creditability. Many of the sources that are listed are linked to anti bush and anti war sites. I got a ruse out of the nazi link. Anyways those sites will always list biased info. It's like believing everything that is said in the national enquirer. I find the lack of creditable sources to be a sign of fabrication.

Lastly I want to talk about out of context quotes because that site is full of them. It is always good to use quotes to back up your argument. Problems occur when that quote is used for a different meaning. These web sites can explain it better than I can

http://www.disinfopedia.org/wiki.pht...out_of_context
http://atheism.about.com/library/FAQ...ll_quoting.htm

My point is you may have to read more than one line to understand the true meaning of a quotation.

I believe the term "spin" would come into play

Enough of that, I HATE english.

SSG Doody
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Boots
September 24th, 2004  
Italian Guy
 
 
When Bush rewins elections the europeans will shake their heads and I will shake mine while looking at them.
September 24th, 2004  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
Did anyone notice that Kerry never bothered to be at Washington DC for the speech by Allawi?
September 26th, 2004  
Lupos
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Doody
Did anyone notice that Kerry never bothered to be at Washington DC for the speech by Allawi?
Of course he wasn't, like the speech at the UN he was to busy getting ready to cut loose with his bashing. Kerry basically said what does Allawi know, he only lives in and runs Iraq. I on the other hand watch CNN, I am well informed with unbiased information. One of these days Kerry's gonna walk out with a mind control device on his head and Saddham and Howard Dean will be standing behind a curtain controlling him. "I like Saddham, I hate Bush ::Beep::Beep::"
September 26th, 2004  
Damien435
 
 
I fail to see a difference between Kerry and Bush. Except for the fact that Kerry has no balls and rides the winds of public opinion. Bush may not have made the right choice, but atleast he can make a choice and stick with it, he has the guts to tell the rest of the world to shove off and do what needs to be done. Kerry would never do that, if he gets into the White House he would just take a look at that day's Gallop Poll and decide whether he would take postion A on said subject or position B. Let us not forget, Kerry, in one of the few times he actually voted in the Senate, voted to support Bush in Iraq.

Does anybody else see a pattern in what Kerry says. Bush did this, I would ahve done this, nevermind that fact that I supported Bush.
October 2nd, 2004  
CMA2
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Uncle_Sam
Quote:
Originally Posted by Italian Guy
Bush. First, I would never vote for anyone supported by that jerk of Moore.
Secondly, I like George W.
GWB has done more for the military and for highlighting its role in America than 'veteran'-like Kerry has, who has in fact spitted on it.
Of course though I cant vote in the States.
LOOK THE DOLLAR FALLING! I don't wanna see 500 billion dollar deficite in next few years................ I want sufficite
Although good point there. Bush is the best President for the army, though bad for industry! Kerry is opposite..... know what I mean....
And for the link for my story: Whatch CNN at least 5 hours daily

Sorry to disallusion you but, Bush is a business man, Kerry is a Lawyer...

Lawyers are bad for business......

Democrats are bad for business, they over tax the business, business lays off, economy goe to shit.

Exactly what George Soros is hoping for.......More Millions in his pockets....

F.....the people.
October 2nd, 2004  
Stafford911
 
 
Sorry about coming at you so hard. I was still irritated about the last few posts. I try my best to keep my posts civil and I think I went a bit far on that one. I have nothing against you Stafford911 and I hope there is no hard feelings.

SSG Doody

Naw man we Kool and the Gang
October 2nd, 2004  
Damien435
 
 
Democrats are better with handling the Economy, budget, ect.

Republicans are better for the Military.