A dirty rag posts 100 facts about the current administration (with links to media articles) and one opinion. A nice arguing point for the undecided. By the way, do they (i.e. undecided voters) really exist? I mean, seriously, I haven't met a single one since last year.<br><br>
wow . . . that convinces me. <br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by sean on 10/22/04 10:08 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
A bunch of half truths in there, that have already been explained fully in factcheck.org.<br><br>24 is amusing - year it doesn't cost as much to turn on light and heating-a/c and chat to people, as it does to make foam blocks and fire them at very expensive heat resistant tiles. I know my school english lessons cost less than chemistry, biology and physics did.<br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>By the way, do they (i.e. undecided voters) really exist? I mean, seriously, I haven't met a single one since last year.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Well, I only decided to not vote for Kerry in the last year (knew all along that I wouldn't vote for Bush) and only recently zeroed on Nader over Badnarik. As a matter of fact, already turned in my Oregon ballot.<br><br>I experienced a new (for me) mail-only voting system here in Multnomah county. Usually, I leave a significant portion of my ballot blank as I feel like I don't know enough particularly about local ballot measures or politicians. With this system, I was able to sit down with my ballot, my state-provided voter info packages and a laptop to look at each of the politicians Web sites, it was a pleasure to research everything before voting on it. I took three nights total sitting at the kitchen table doing it. I think I only forgot to vote for Portland Mayor because I forgot to go back to it when I realized I wanted to know more. I dropped off my sealed ballot at my local library two days ago (don't quite trust my mailman). <br><br>Now as I pass all those canvassers on the street with their parrot-like approach of, "are you ready to vote George Bush out of office?" I can say, "Already voted!"<br><br>
We just got our ballots today, so we have plenty of time to do the same thing. Its definitely the way to go.<br><br>I suppose you're right. When I think about it, I do know a few people that are/were undecided. However, it seems everyone made up their mind about Bush a long time ago. Love him or hate him, it seems. I love him.<br><br>
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