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Poop Man Bob

John Kerry, the next President of the United States

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So except for the formalities, Kerry has pretty much wrapped up the Democratic nomination. Although he was neither my first nor second (nor third) choice, I'm still going to support him. Hell, I just sent him $10 that I could have used on something like these.

 

Regardless of your potential reservations about him, he is the fucking man compared to the current occupant of the White House. I urge you all to support him, as it's becoming time to rally around our nominee. Look at his views on the issues to get a heads up on where he stands. If you have Real Player, check out this recent Kerry campaign ad.

 

If you can afford it, drop him some change. Every bit counts. If you don't want to contribute to Kerry's campaign, then give what you can to MoveOn.

 

 

 

 

As I've read elsewhere, "It's time to take back our goddamn country and kick Bush to the curb. I recommend we aim for his head. Shouldn't do much damage."

 

 

 

 

*note - title of this thread blatantly stolen from DailyKos.com.

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i was watching an interview with kerry on some sort of american political show following the race (nothing to do with cnn/nbc or any of the other bullshit networks...i think it was a pbs show). anyhoo, of all the front-runners dude seems like he has his head on relatively straight, has alot of experience in politics. regardless though, a stale hot dog bun could do a better job than george bush. i hope to god you guys don't get lumped with another retard like him any time soon.

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bush will win again this year.....we all know it, no one wanted him originally and yet he won...no one wants him now, so whats the difference...im not mr politics but if anything im thinking that more people support him now then they did back in 04' because of the war on terrorism and esspecially the possible capture of the man osama himself...either way ive said it before and ill say it again, i have never had any problem with bush

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Guest imported_Tesseract

Jesus christ, i'm all for Bush getting out of the way...and in that way i'd support Kerry....still

I just read his views on iraq and war on terror only to see that he is playing the card Bush laid on him.

In all seriousness, how you gonna fix Iraq? by increasing the army and internationalising[/b] it to share the danger?

Its your fuckin mess, go clean it up on your own just like you started it. Or walk away just like you should never be there.

 

WMD's my ass....

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ill be happy as long as he doesnt want to go to the moon, or start another war. or even worse, a war on the moon.

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i havent registered to vote yet. tho i should. i dont really know who im going to vote for because i dont watch tv therefore i havent seen anything on whatsgoing on. the only time the tv is on is when one of my roomates is watching the simpsons, wrestling, or any of the six billion movie channels we have. so i dont know. i dont read the paper either, tho i deliver the sunday paper every weekend i never glance at it. the news is depressing. so meh. maybe ill sit this one out. i have no clue whats going on. so i couldnt just vote for someone cause i wouldnt know what im doing, namsayin? anyways, i dont know why i just posted this, but i figured id share my thoughts. 2 cents like what.

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

I will definitely support him, but this is bad news. I don't think he can get the moderate vote.

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Originally posted by Tesseract

Its your fuckin mess, go clean it up on your own just like you started it. Or walk away just like you should never be there.

 

that's definately what has to happen. it's like if we just leave we're probably worse off than not having pre-empted the terrorist saddam, but staying there forever (until we can trust them on their own) isn't going to make them like us any better. . .saudi arabia. . . so it maybe best option.

 

on a lighter note, dennis kucinich was in the teens in minnesota, eh?

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Originally posted by El Mamerro

I will definitely support him, but this is bad news. I don't think he can get the moderate vote.

 

fuck moderates, pick a side fuckers.

 

no really, if he picks edwards as his running mate he's in. by the way they were talking about each other and each other's wife there's definately love.

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Guest imported_Europe

This will be an interesting campaign to follow the rest of the year. Bush will hopefully be a 1-termer like his ol' man.

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Guest TEARZ

kerry + edwards= victory

if he doesn't pick edwards, it will be far more difficult.

 

also- DENNY GETTIN' DELEGATES. the dude makes me proud.

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Kerry gets my vote.

 

Edwards has specifically said he doesn't want to be vice president. It'll be interesting to see what he does now that he's dropped out.

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of course edwards said he didnt want to be vice president, but does that mean he wont accept it for the good of the country? and what is the chance that they could actually work together, after campaigning against one another?

 

PMB,

how do those shure's sound? i'm rocking a pair of sony's right now that i really like, but i'd drop the extra money to have a nicer pair. i think i might have to go do some research.

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Originally posted by seeking

of course edwards said he didnt want to be vice president, but does that mean he wont accept it for the good of the country? and what is the chance that they could actually work together, after campaigning against one another?

 

thats what I meant to imply. its early...I haven't had any coffee.

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Originally posted by seeking

PMB,

how do those shure's sound? i'm rocking a pair of sony's right now that i really like, but i'd drop the extra money to have a nicer pair. i think i might have to go do some research.

 

I'm ordering them this morning, so I'll be able to tell you in about 3-5 business days. The reason I decided on them, however, was due to recommendations from iPodLounge. Check out the site .. it's pretty cool.

 

In the Headphones forum, the consensus seems to be that if you're looking to spend around $100, the Shure e2s are the way to go.

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^^^ Those would be perfect for those noisy subway rides...although if I were to fall asleep I would never know when my stop was, or someone could be going through my shit while I zonk out.

 

Kerry's face is a little too long in my opinion, but I guess those of us who want the monkey out of office are left with no choice. I'm considering throwing some pocket change in Kerry's direction. I've supported MoveOn a couple times in the past. I think I supported Dean too...poor guy.

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yeah, i've been to ipodlounge. shit's dope.

 

i've been having battery issues with my ipod ever since updating to the new firm ware. not sure if its that, or coincidence, but somethings gotta give. i aint settlign for 4 hour battery life.

 

keep me updated for sure. if they sound good, i think i might buy myself a set for my birthday.

 

maybe i'll even kick kerry a few bucks. that way i'll feel way more entitled to being really pissed off if he doesnt act right.

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Originally posted by Daze One Million

bush will win again this year.....we all know it, no one wanted him originally and yet he won...no one wants him now, so whats the difference...im not mr politics but if anything im thinking that more people support him now then they did back in 04' because of the war on terrorism and esspecially the possible capture of the man osama himself...either way ive said it before and ill say it again, i have never had any problem with bush

 

no i dont think so.

 

kerry def has my vote.

 

so i def can count on some of you to vote this year right???

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Originally posted by Devilush

so i def can count on some of you to vote this year right???

 

but of course.....although normally i wouldn't care, i don't need any more bush in my life.

 

i've never voted for pres. before i'm so excited teehee

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Originally posted by BOZACK

but of course.....although normally i wouldn't care, i don't need any more bush in my life.

 

i've never voted for pres. before i'm so excited teehee

 

serious. thats all i ask.

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Originally posted by CILONE/SK

What surprises me is that alot of the stats votes don't count, because they have such a small representative portion of the votes. CA, NY, FL, and TX and out number the rest of the country. My state hasn't even had a chance to vote and they are already saying Kerry is the one.

 

That's the unfortunate nature of the primary process. Hell, CA and NY didn't have any say in this either, really, as Edwards had made his decision to drop out before the polls in CA and NY were even closed. One could even go as far as saying that the voters of Iowa essentially determined who the Democratic candidate was, as Kerry's victory there all but ensured the "momentum" would be on his side throughout the rest of the primary season. Granted, the man could have fucked up severely at some point ... but it's not a stretch at all to say that without Kerry's victory in Iowa, he wouldn't be the nominee.

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the unfourtanate state of the primary process just gives way to the unfourtanate state of the electoral college process in november. most states know now which way those electoral votes are going regardless of who the nominees are.

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Yep, nomada/CILONE. And, dammit, I live in a solid Bush state.

 

I thought that if something like the 2000 debacle (loser in popular vote wins electoral college) ever occurred there would be immediate clamor for a complete overhaul/removal of the electoral college system. I was wrong. Americans care even less than I had thought.

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