BUSH vs. KERRY - Page 2




 
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Boots
 
April 25th, 2004  
AlexKall
 
Very hard to say, they both have their pros and cons, and i dont know much about kerry, mainly because of lack of intrest this year. I dont want to throw a rock blindley without knowing whats ahead of me. But as of a prediction of whos going to win, in my opinion it seems to lean towards Bush even though of the anger and discomfert felt by many citysens, but i doubt that kerry has enough to beat Bush of the thrown, but anything can happen, its you who decide and not me

I hope everyone makes the best choice for all people of the world (as a superpower US has great power in their hands), which choice is, i dont know. The time will tell
April 25th, 2004  
Jtf2
 
redneck i meant factors that can influance the elections not if he smoked pot when he was 20.
April 25th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
Things like that CAN influence elections, but they influence them based on individual OPINIONS, my point being that you cannot really ask a question like that and then drop down on someone for giving their own opinion, because your questions are un-answerable otherwise ("who do you think..." and "who would be..." are both types of questions which are asking for opinions).
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Boots
April 26th, 2004  
Jtf2
 
If you have an opinion it can be backed by FACTS ...like saying kerry was a hippie dosent proove alot.
April 26th, 2004  
RnderSafe
 
 
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Who do you think will win the next elections?
One can provide facts as to their campaigns, but ultimately the answer to this question will require an opinion.

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Who would be the best president out of both of them?
One can provide facts as to the POTUS' policies, and facts of Kerry's record as a Senator .. but again, ultimately the answer to this question will require someone's opinion.

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like saying kerry was a hippie dosent proove alot.
Saying Kerry was a hippie, and then providing facts as to his past record of war protesting, "peace, love and harmony" speeches would bring some to the conclusion that Kerry is in FACT a hippie. To others, they many simply conclude he was a peace loving activist. It is subjective and given to one's perspective and opinions.
April 26th, 2004  
Razor
 
Fact: The latest polls of how the people will vote for say this.

George W. Bush: 49%
John F. Kerry: 45%
Ralph Nader: 6%

Based one that I would say Bush will win. (which is fine by me, ya can't go wrong with a Texan ) How ever time must still pass before election time comes. And with time comes change.

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Originally Posted by Jtf2
Who would be the best president out of both of them?
That is a matter of opinion. What may make him a good president for one guy could make him a bad one for another guy.
April 26th, 2004  
Jamoni
 
Damn Nader. You gotta wonder how many texas oil barrons are donating to his campaign.
April 26th, 2004  
RnderSafe
 
 
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Fact: The latest polls of how the people will vote for say this.

George W. Bush: 49%
John F. Kerry: 45%
Ralph Nader: 6%
Whose poll is this? Each have different polling numbers.
April 26th, 2004  
Razor
 
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Originally Posted by RnderSafe

Whose poll is this? Each have different polling numbers.
Hehehe, true dat. I got my poll from the Oklahoman radio.
April 26th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
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Originally Posted by Jamoni
Damn Nader. You gotta wonder how many texas oil barrons are donating to his campaign.
Yeah, them dang dirty Texans, they're probably behind Pokemon and herpes, too.




About the polls, it seems like they always kind of even out around election time (admittedly this is just going off the relatively short time that I've been around), and to be honest, I don't put much stock in them anyway.