...not much is going to change in my life, nor anyone else's. The troops will still be deployed in Iraq, with no help from Russia, France and Germany.<br><br>The economy will continue to boom, the deficit will not be eliminated and life will go on. My success is not determined by the occupant of the Oval Office. <br><br>If Bush wins:<br><br>Grief counselors will be available for despondent liberals contemplating suicide <br><br>
Here's the thing ... If Kerry wins, you won't see me haranguing, DAILY, on Prez Kerry. Kerry is not my choice, obviously, but I respect the office of President. If I have complaints, I'll voice them. <br><br>What you won't get from me is the petty, intollerable whining for the next four fscking years, unlike what we've just been through with the left the last four years.<br><br>****************<br><br>[color:blue]VOTE</font color=blue>[color:red] for President George W. Bush on November 2, 2004</font color=red>
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i think the next 4 years will suck for america and the world and this election will not change that much. we'll have to clean up for the mess created these last 4 years and many people don't want to pay the price for what we've done. in that sense, a dubya victory will force him to sit in his own feces -- at least the product of his decision, which smells like feces.<br><br>i agree that the deficit won't be eliminated and i know that americans won't care about trying to eliminate it because 80% of americans don't understand it and politicians will play to their ignorance. the economy will continue to boom? huh? can you find any other time in our history where we've come out of a recession this slowly? what kind of boom is that?<br><br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
One thing is certain the next four years just like the last, no matter who is elected, will still be the "Blame Bush" years.<br>If Bush wins the democratic "Blame Bush" gridlock will continue.<br>If Kerry wins and start to fail on each of his promises he will "Blame Bush" for his failures.<br><br>No sig right now, waiting for the next Kerry flip-flop. .
In turn, please let Kerry's accomplishments be to his credit and not Bush's. <br>Please also give Kerry the acknowledgement that he did not create the existing deficit and he did not plan these first years of the war in Iraq. <br><br><br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Please also give Kerry the acknowledgement that he did not create the existing deficit and he did not plan these first years of the war in Iraq.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Why should I do that? No one seems to acknowledge Bush inherited a recession on top of the dot com bubble burst on top of 9/11's effect on the economy when I hear how "rotten" the economy is and that it's Bush's fault. (And the economy is not rotten in any event).<br><br>So, no, if Kerry wins then on Jan 20th it will be his watch and if there is another attack and the economy tanks or it just tanks in general it will be Kerry's fault, no one elses.<br><br>On the other hand it will be hard to deny him if he implements his health care plan without a deficit increase and "saves" SS and increases funding to NCLB and vetrens benefits and add 40,000 troops and 100,000 cops...and...and....<br><br>No sig right now, waiting for the next Kerry flip-flop. .
Loc: New Hampshire
If he wins but loses the popular vote, it will be interesting to hear the rationale of all the hypocrites that claimed Bush stole the election in 2000.<br><br>[color:blue]All your sock puppets are belong to us</font color=blue>
Fine, you can start saying Jan 20 that Kerry created this deficit through his failed leadership and commited our troops to Iraq without a plan to win the peace. It's just unbelievable how quickly he scewed up a good thing. That Liberal bastard! <br><br>
If it comes down to one state, Kerry's lawyers, and the split decision of the Supreme Court to overrule the State court and a difference of less than 500 votes, yes by all means, rub our noses in it.<br><br>
Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p><br>Fine, you can start saying Jan 20 that Kerry created this deficit through his failed leadership<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>I won't be saying that, but I will be grilling him for signing NAFTA and not doing a damn thing about the negative effects it has unleashed. Then again neither candidate has the nuts to stand up to the WTO, so it's a moot argument.<br><br>
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