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are you gonna vote this upcoming election?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by TEARZ, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. TEARZ

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    are you gonna vote this upcoming election?

    Discussion started by TEARZ - Nov 9, 2003

    sorry for the chauvinism, but this is for US RESIDENTS:

    what's your take on voting and are you gonna vote?
     
  2. mr.yuck

    mr.yuck 12oz Veteran Member

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    mr.yuck - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    I could have voted last election but i didnt...look what happend. I'll be damned if my voice isnt heard this time.
     
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    you were a minor when things happend right. Go and vote. I bet if you write bush a letter that says you are a convicted felon but want to vote for him he would make a special exemption for you.
     
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  4. space base

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    space base - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    no, i can vote. i was just wondering thats all.
     
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  5. Don't Panic

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    Don't Panic - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    Without a doubt.
     
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  6. Dick Quickwood

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    Dick Quickwood - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    hahahaha

    how's your case going ?
     
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  7. Pilau Hands

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    Pilau Hands - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    i voted last time...
    i'm not doing any research on candidates this time.
    i'll probably just vote against bush, and elect some other cockyface into the house
     
  8. hottnickels

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    hottnickels - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    florida was an excellent demonstration of the notion that indivdual votes actually count..

    i can't stand our 'electoral college' system though..
    it would have been interesting if al gore had pursued his lawsuits vigorously, and maybe incited some change in our election process (unlikely, i know, but this is still a democracy, and it is still possible to change the constitution)

    i'll vote this next presidential election..
    and i'd like to vote in the primary as well, but i'm a procrastinator.
    it will also mean hassles like changing my license to list my actual address

    ...so, convicted felons are subject to their state's laws about voting rights
    many states forbid it.
    some do not (i know south carolina, for example, allows it)
     
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  9. Telo

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    Telo - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    i hate all those right winged fuckheads... habitat for humanity is full of them and they piss me off all the time. i just want to yelll at this computer.
     
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  10. imported_Tesseract - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    Dear Dunlop,
    Since this is a much more interesting poll than "what will you vote for"
    ang given that american pollitics are so related with international ones
    you should have added an "I'm a foreigner that wants to see the poll results" option in there.

    In order to do so, i voted 'absolutely' so you can count one out.
     
  11. TEARZ

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    TEARZ - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    werdical...:D
     
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    TEARZ - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    tesserdunlop,
    is there a way that i can get that done? because i think it's a great idea... do i need to consult my local moderator?
     
  13. imported_Tesseract - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    sounds like a mod job to me.
     
  14. ClueTwo

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    No way for me...Felons are defintely not allowed to vote..
     
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  15. hottnickels

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    hottnickels - Replied Nov 9, 2003

    ^^depends on the state.

    i heard john kerry say convicted felons could vote in south carolina this morning on meet the press..

    and that fixing the poll thing is mos def a mod function.
     
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