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Bush dosen't have a chance

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posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 11:06 AM
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Here is how I see things. In 2000, no-one really knew the difference between Bush and Gore, everyone thought Gore was boring etc... Plus everyone thought Bush was closer to the center on issues. If they only knew...

They are seeing the Bush vision for America, and they don't like it. The exportation of manufacturing jobs (loss of 3 million jobs), tax cuts or the rich, the pissing off of the whole world, ties to corrupt companies (Enron, Halliburton, etc.), increased spending with decreased revenues, and being flat out lied to in order to start a war, have turned the average American against Bush. Not to mention the idiot can't even speak in complete sentences.

People are now realizing that we are much worse off than we were in 2000, we are a country divided, at war, loosing jobs and money, and they know whom to blame. I predict that there will be a swelling of Demms at the poles this year. Even though Bush has like 10x as much money, I think the Demms are goanna win this year. Then we can begin to put this country back together again.




posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 11:30 AM
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He will probably campain on how he is the savior and all he did about 911 and how he made us more secure. The biggest problem is if they find bin laden that bush has a 90 chance of being elected



posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 12:38 PM
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I disagree.

While for the next month or so, the race will be very tight... Kerry will probably actually lead Bush in the polls for most of the time, however don't forget the "ace in the whole" that Bush has.

Osama Bin Laden

Just when things look bad for President Bush, Osama will be captured, thus propelling Bush's ratings and he'll win in the end.

just my 2 cents.



posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 01:46 PM
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Sensitive as ever, Bush has now upset some of the relatives of 911 victims with his ad campaign.

The New York Daily News states that:

The Bush reelection campaign yesterday unveiled its first three campaign commercials showcasing Ground Zero images, angering some 9/11 families who accused President Bush of exploiting the tragedy for political advantage.

"It's a slap in the face of the murders of 3,000 people," said Monica Gabrielle, whose husband died in the twin tower attacks. "It is unconscionable."

Gabrielle and several other family members said the injury was compounded by Bush's refusal to testify in open session before the 9/11 commission.


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posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 01:50 PM
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Unfortunately, Bush has another ace up his sleeve, besides Osama being wheeled out in a bow....

The Diebold Voting Machines... These are virtually impossible to trace if hacking took place and affected the vote... There were a few stories on this, which quickly seemed to get snuffed. I'm personally of the opinion that this is how Arnie got governor in California....(and I don't seem to be alone in this...) Think about it...Cali has always been Dem, but now the Governor is Rep??? And with all those electoral votes...just before election time...

Isn't that convenient???



posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 02:18 PM
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Of course he has a chance...a great one at that. You have two choices: Kerry or Bush. He has a fifty percent chance. Which in my opinion sucks. Another problem with our political system when we don't have the choices we need to hire a proper supposed leader of our country.



posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 02:25 PM
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I think ElevatedOne and Gazrok are right...

As much as he have upsetted a huge part of the USA and as much as I don't want him for president again... I wouldn't really be surprised to see him win again...



posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by Wgatenson
Here is how I see things. In 2000, no-one really knew the difference between Bush and Gore, everyone thought Gore was boring etc... Plus everyone thought Bush was closer to the center on issues. If they only knew...

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Gore looked like he was on PCP and Jim Beam recently, screaming that Bush lied to us. Bush is definitely more of a centrist. Kerry is way out there in left field; he will raise your taxes in a heartbeat.

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They are seeing the Bush vision for America, and they don't like it. The exportation of manufacturing jobs (loss of 3 million jobs), tax cuts or the rich, the pissing off of the whole world, ties to corrupt companies (Enron, Halliburton, etc.), increased spending with decreased revenues, and being flat out lied to in order to start a war, have turned the average American against Bush. Not to mention the idiot can't even speak in complete sentences.
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The exportation of manufacturing jobs started long before Bush was elected. It started with NAFTA. BTW, this is the 10-year anniversary of the implementation of NAFTA. Who was president in 1994?

Also, Kerry voted in favor of NAFTA, so he deserves much of the blame for the loss of jobs.

Bush pissed off the whole world? Please name some specific examples of countries that are pissed off. If you're thinking France, Germany, and Russia, ask yourself why they are pissed off. Hint: they lost big time when we kicked Saddam's ass.
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People are now realizing that we are much worse off than we were in 2000, we are a country divided, at war, loosing jobs and money, and they know whom to blame. I predict that there will be a swelling of Demms at the poles this year. Even though Bush has like 10x as much money, I think the Demms are goanna win this year. Then we can begin to put this country back together again.

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I enjoy debate, but this is nothing more than the heat of emotion being tossed around by a frustrated democratic party that has absolutely no chance of winning in November.




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