Bush or Kerry?




View Poll Results :vote Bush or Kerry?
Bush 24 63.16%
Kerry 14 36.84%
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Boots
 
June 28th, 2004  
silent driller
 
 

Topic: Bush or Kerry?


I'm kinda suprised not to have seen this yet, but here it is. I say Bush myself, but how bout y'all?
June 28th, 2004  
Marksman
 
 
I dont know much but kerry seems like good felow
June 28th, 2004  
C/2nd Lt Robot
 
 
I say Bush he is a great leader, imagine what it would of been like if Gore won. *shudders*
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Boots
June 29th, 2004  
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.
June 29th, 2004  
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
June 29th, 2004  
Sooners1
 
 
Bush, without a doubt. I want someone to take action and not back down instead of someone with hugs and kisses.
June 29th, 2004  
Italian Guy
 
 
I aint too much into economics, dude, but the buck dropping means way more export for the US, actually.
American economy is still growing in spite of a world scale crisis.
Employment might be growing slowly but Bush has to win. The world gotta see what the Americans are all about!!
June 29th, 2004  
Uncle_Sam
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Italian Guy
I aint too much into economics, dude, but the buck dropping means way more export for the US, actually.
American economy is still growing in spite of a world scale crisis.
Employment might be growing slowly but Bush has to win. The world gotta see what the Americans are all about!!
Well, you probably saw how they "welcomed" him in Europe!(American flag with swastica! Personally I would shoot all those freaks carrying that!). And he isn't very bright man....................
This is the most influential thing of 'em all. When Bush declared begining of operations in Iraq, that afternoon he went on a vacation!? Our soldiers dieing for his causes, and he supported them by going on a vacation?
They are both.................. We need another man in a wheel chair(Roosvelt)...................
June 30th, 2004  
Damien435
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Uncle_Sam
They are both.................. We need another man in a wheel chair(Roosvelt)...................
I agree, up till recently I was a Kerry supporter, but I don't want to be in the same category as that Moore bastard, he goes overseas in his XXXL dirty jacket, his size 58 pants and worst of all a Michigan State Spartans hat, and he calls all americans stupid. I don't think he is in any position to judge the rest of us. He is a life long NRA member saying guns should be banned in America, he is a slob who goes overseas and criticizes Americans left and right, and he is obviously a democrat. I would have voted for Gore in 2000, but since 9/11 we need a president like Bush, who is willing to use our Army, which I will be a member of in a year, as it needs to be used to make our world a better place. I would vote for Bush but I am 4 months to young.

Another factor in my decision is that I am fed up with this media. Think about it, before WWII the media was usually taken over by the military during wars, they basically printed what they were told to and didn't ask to many questions, I have told all my history teachers and civics teachers that when if I become president the first thing I will do is crack down on the media, I have heard stories from people over in Iraq, civilian and veteran alike, that they will come under fire from enemy forces, no one is hurt, then, when they return to base they find out that CNN is telling the world that "American Killed, several wounded in attack." The people in Iraq have been sending letters and e-mails to the people from CNN telling them that they are lying to the American people and that what they are saying is not what is happening. But that does not get good ratings and that means less money so they don't tell them about it. I have had enough of this, we need change but first and foremost we need an end to these terrorist, I will be supporting Bush in this upcoming election.
July 1st, 2004  
RnderSafe
 
 
Tell me, Uncle_Sam, since you support Kerry - what are his views? Which ones do you favour? Why do you think Kerry would be good for "industry," as you put it?

How do you think he will fare as President, when he hardly ever showed up to vote as a member of congress?

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Damien, it is not just CNN. All of the elite media stooges cover the war as they see fit - and they enjoy covering it with a negative spin. Reporters are doing shady things over there, and some of those things have gotten men killed - all so they could have a few mins of "action" on camera.