If Kerry wins the election... - Page 5




 
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Boots
 
November 1st, 2004  
Sgt Lou
 
John Kerry wants to take care of the military by pulling us out of Iraq to take care of the Nation.
while
The Honorable George W. Bush wants to take care of the miltary by paying us for working us to the bone.

I love the paycheck but, I would gladly give it up to see my family for more than 3 months of the year.

I do know that I am glad to be a Marine and paycheck or no paycheck I have plans to stick with my brothers to the end.
November 1st, 2004  
gladius
 
If Kerry wins it will send a message to the terrorist that the American people do not have the stomach for this fight.

The terrorist and other countries who would like to support them will be emboldend to attack the USA.

Most likely we will see another Beslan here in the USA if Kerry wins.

This election I think will have far reaching consequences into the future, at stake I believe is the future of Western Civilization.
November 2nd, 2004  
USAOwnz
 
I hope he does not win, I hope.
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Boots
November 2nd, 2004  
larsrq
 
Do you really think it's going to be that much difference? I don't think so. I have seen it in previous elections and it do take times for any changes to happend.

Yes I know I'm not an American and would probably be quiet...

I think USA is not going to leave Iraq within the close future not within the first year.
November 2nd, 2004  
gladius
 
Ronald Reagan changed the world as we know it.

People ridiculed and mocked him back then, but he stood firm and won.
November 2nd, 2004  
Patriot_1989tobeyond
 
Bush does have a fight on his hands, but I think he'll pull into the lead soon enough.
November 3rd, 2004  
Damien435
 
 
I hope and pray that Bush is re-elected, to me he more closely stands for the foundations of America. Washington said we should stay away from entangling foreign relations. When the UN said no to getting rid of Saddam, Bush essentially said "Oh well, that is your choice." like a parent talking to a child who does not want to go sit in timeout, we went and did the right thing regardless of what the UN said, Kerry would try to build up a coalition, which was impossible under the circumstances, and he said he would have used a police action against Iraq, hmmm, ever hear of a little something called the Korean War, what was supposedly just a police action. And while this is not the nicest of statements, I don't think Kerry can make a decision and stick with it, after all, he did vote to support Bush in Iraq and yet he says that anything that goes wrong in Iraq is Bush's fault even though Kerry supported Bush. I did not support Bush in 2000, I did not support Bush in 2003, but after seeing how low the democrats were going in attacking Bush I was ashamed to support Kerry, I hate negative campaigning which means that I am usually gonna have some bias towards the incumbent since the challenger always fires first with the negative campaigning. Funny, the Democrats say they are gonna win because 10 million more people registered to vote this year, yet 4 million of those are Evangelical Christians, that means that if one out of every four of the six million other voters is a Bush supporter then the Republicans will have a one million new voter advantage which translates into a 500,000 vote advantage over all, and Bush as you may remember lost the popular vote by 500,000 votes in 2000, yet he won the electoral vote. Florida is leaning more towards Bush this year, Maine is gonna send three votes to Kerry and probably one to Bush, I think Iowa is gonna go Bush this year becuase while they are more liberal than South Dakota, where I live and we tend to look at everyone else in the nation as a liberal, they are still conservatives, and I predict they win in a close race, oh yes, and Northwest Iowa is very, very religious, this year they celebrated Independence Day on the third because the fourth was a Sunday, that is gonna favor Bush. Oh yeah, and WV went Bush, that is a big lift because that is one of the most industrialized states in the country with all the coal mines.

Bush is gonna win, in 2000 that would have come out as me being a pessimist because I am a Democrat afterall, this year I say that optimistically because I feel that Bush is a better commander in chief, Kerry may understand the individual soldier better than Bush but I fear that will make him to hesitant to use the armed forces if needed, the commander in chief needs to think less of the soldier and more of the nation as a whole.
November 3rd, 2004  
DTop
 
 
National Results

Candidate/ Electoral/ States Won/ Vote %/ Votes
Bush 195/ 22/ 52%/ 23,116,275
Kerry 112/ 11 48%/ 21,281,378

34% Precincts Reporting - Tue Nov 2,10:20 PM ET
270 Electoral Votes Needed

Bush needs just 75 more EC votes and it's all over.
November 3rd, 2004  
Damien435
 
 
http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/pag...lts/president/

It is a constantly updated map of who is projected to win in each state.
November 3rd, 2004  
DTop
 
 
http://news.yahoo.com/electionresults
Seems to be more up to date Bush 210 - Kerry 199 right now.