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Are YOU Registered to vote?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by 2 blaazed, Oct 4, 2004.

  1. 2 blaazed

    2 blaazed New Jack

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    Are YOU Registered to vote?

    Discussion started by 2 blaazed - Oct 4, 2004

    They say the election is going to be decided by first time voters 18-24. since thats the average age group of 12oz i hope you are all registered..so lets hear it...


    i want NO excuses...
     
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  2. Grimes

    Grimes 12oz Veteran Member

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    Grimes - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    unfortunately by law i cant vote,lil legal trouble,shit sucks,but what can i do,fuck bush,fuck kerry,i want good ol bill back
     
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  3. Nekro

    Nekro 12oz Elite Member

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    Nekro - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    Hell yes, I'm registered to vote. Right after school on my 18th birthday I drove up to the town hall and handed them my completed registration. It ruled.
     
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  4. rental

    rental Dirty Dozen Crew

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    rental - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    i dont know if this is correct, but i think that the highest voter turnout was in the 66 percentile. i thik another good question to ask is if you are registered, are you going to vote?
     
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  5. Nekro

    Nekro 12oz Elite Member

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    Nekro - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    Everyone young should go vote so we stop getting fucked over by the politicians.

    Something like 77% of senior citizens vote, and look what it got them last year, a $600 billion prescription drug entitlement. That in addition to medicare and social security means we're spending retarded amounts of money on old people.

    24% of 18-29 year olds vote and look where it's gotten us: the politicians close budget gaps by reducing the amount of money for student loans and grants and raise tuition at state universities. Fuck that, go vote and watch those fuckers make college free like it ought to be.
     
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  6. ledzep

    ledzep 12oz Junior Member

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    ledzep - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    has anyone seen that southern pacific islanders commercial?
     
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  7. GamblersGrin

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    GamblersGrin - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    registered.

    people can actually register to vote in their home state through www.howardstern.com
     
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    T=E=A=S=E - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    think i registered last year the vote was, i got registered becuase i had missed the last vote day. but i dont think im going to vote.

    im in texas and it doesnt really matter what i say since my states bush reguardless pretty much.
     
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  9. Abracadabra

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    Abracadabra - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    a question for my american friends:

    to vote must you first be registered, or are you allowed to cast a "silent" ballot?

    here in australia it is compulsory to vote by law, but it is not compulsory to be registered to vote. silent ballots are permitted
     
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    porque - Replied Oct 4, 2004

    ...in every state you have to register prior to voting...in most states you have to register pretty far in advance...today marked the deadline for 13 states, with many more ending by the end of teh week...in some states, however, you can register at the poll on the day of elections...literally right before you vote...you would think thta in our information age you could just show up in any state, at any poll and just give them your ss# and you could then vote with the correct ballot...but then again this is the us...
     
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  11. SmeechLizard

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    SmeechLizard - Replied Oct 5, 2004

    More reasons to vote:

    (regarding the Al Qaeda/Sadaam connection)

    "There clearly was a relationship. It's been testified to. The evidence is overwhelming,"
    "It goes back to the early '90s. It involves a whole series of contacts, high-level contacts with Osama bin Laden and Iraqi intelligence officials."
    -Dick Cheney, June 2004


    "To my knowledge, I have not seen any strong, hard evidence that links the two."
    -Donald Rumsfeld, Today.

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    And another bit of Bush cabinet wisdom:

    "I don't understand 'proving to the world that you did it (went to war in iraq/took pre-emptive action) for legitimate reasons.'"
    -Condaleeza Rice

    :heated:
     
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    j - Replied Oct 5, 2004

    no.
     
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    SmeechLizard - Replied Oct 5, 2004

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    j - Replied Oct 5, 2004

    feel better, hombre?
     
  15. sarahyoulose

    sarahyoulose 12oz Senior Member

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    sarahyoulose - Replied Oct 5, 2004

    i am registered to vote in Canada
    but i'm assuming this thread is about the US
    so i voted BOOGIES
     
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