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Would you vote for Bush again?

This is a discussion on Would you vote for Bush again? within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Even if you did not vote in the past elections..........I was wondering if you'd be willing to vote for him.......Please ...

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    left crog... back when? incognito's Avatar
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    Would you vote for Bush again?

    Even if you did not vote in the past elections..........I was wondering if you'd be willing to vote for him.......Please I don't want this to turn into a flame war......yes answer "yes" or "no" or "not sure". Educated comments are welcomed.
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    The reason why I ask this, is because I want to know how if any this current possibility of a war has changed the minds of people towards having Bush as a president.
    There are some real morons in this world please do not become one of them, do not become a victim of moronitis. PROGRAMMING IS THE FUTURE...THE FUTURE IS NOW!!!!!!!!!

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    Sure- I'd love to have more bush!

    Oh, you meant the president. Nope - didn't vote for him last time, don't plan on voting for him again.

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    Thankfully we dont have to worry about Bush, just his lapdog Tony Blair (our Prime Minister)!

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    >>Please I don't want this to turn into a flame war<<

    What are the odds?

    Anyway, are we non-americans allowed to vote based on the (probably limited and maybe biased) information we were able to obtain at the time of the elections?

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    > vote based on the (probably limited and maybe biased) information

    You've got just as much info as the rest of us do, then. I'd say vote away, but it's chulo's thread. It's not like he can really stop you.

    > Please I don't want this to turn into a flame war......

    Sweet, sweet innocent chulo.

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    Not allowed to vote, but if I could, I would vote against him, just like last election.
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    >You've got just as much info as the rest of us do, then.
    Sweet!

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    I wouldn't vote for him (as I wouldn't've in 2000, either). This doesn't mean I don't support what he's doing.

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    Voted for him the first time and plan on doing it again if they try to put someone with the quality level of Gore up against him again.

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    Originally posted by ober5861
    again if they try to put someone with the quality level of Gore up against him again.
    I prayed to the Lord when Gore conceded... I can't imagine any new thought coming from him. However, there are plenty of good democratic canidates out there, imho, so the choice is made better.

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    I definitely will not be voting for George W. Bush in 2004. If the Democrats fail to bring forth a candidate worthy of my vote, I will have to turn to a third party out of frustration. The whole Bush mentality is what gets me most: His hegemonic (imperialist who forgets that all empires fall), pro-big-business (corporate welfare), antiregulation (fewer regulations for public monopolies), trickle-down-theory (his tax cut, especially when the budget is in deficit), anti-religious-diversity (anti-atheist, markedly pro-Christian) attitude is what I really hate about his policies and decisions.

    If the Democrats think that agreeing with President Bush and the Republicans on everything they know is not right for the United States and the world is going to win them votes, they are absolutely incorrect. I want a government that can come to some sort of consensus with our allies and curb the aspirations of genocidal, war-threatening regimes (I almost forgot that includes the U.S. at one time) without resorting to all-out war. I want a government that will not determine what religious beliefs I should follow when using the nation's currency or pledging allegiance to the country. I do not want a Democratic candidate who has morphed into some moral conservative Republican, restricting everything in the name of the children. Above all, I do not want to lose the traditional liberties in exchange for some false sense of security; I do not feel comfortable with the government using torture, denial of due process, revocation of citizenship, etc. on suspected terrorists if it means I or anyone else could randomly be accused and locked away somewhere. Honestly, I fear for the future of our country more from what the Republicans are doing in reaction to terrorism than what the terrorists have done or may do in the future.

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    Please PM me your home address. I'll personally help you pack your stuff and I'll provide a plane/truck/bus/catapult to help you move it and your ass out of the country.

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    i have no clue what i'll do next year, i dont think bush is a bad president, trigger happy maybe, but even thats debateable, i really wish that john mccain would run, he was doin good in 2000 but bush had more money and was able to go longer and in the end got the party nomination. I'd definately vote for mccain but i dont think there's a good chance of him running... otherwise you cant vote republican because their rich money grubbing $$$$$s, and democrats are way to far out there to be of any help, you hear of "right-wing" and "liberals" but how come there arent any centeralists? ya know someone who isnt extreme anything, that has shared beliefs from all over? thats the guy who'd get my vote, but i dont think there's been anyone like that .....well....ever


    >>I fear for the future of our country more from what the Republicans are doing in reaction to terrorism than what the terrorists have done or may do in the future.

    i couldnt agree w/this guy more, on sept. 10th we still had many MANY freedoms that we dont now because of the police state, Im not comfortable w/the fact that the fbi could come into my house right.....now....and throw me in jail, not tell me why im there, etc. (patriot act of 2001) we've been losing our freedoms ever since "political correctness" took off and then when september 11 came we lost so much more
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    guns dont kill people, abortion clinics kill people.

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    bush ! ... I'd like to sew his ass.

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