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My congratulations to Bush supporters

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posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 06:41 AM
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I voted for Kerry, and I am very disappointed that America has put our fate in the hands of Bush, however, he is the President, and I will support him.

I would like to thanks those who made this election possible. Those who paid with their lives so that we could vote. Remember that freedom is not free.


I have a feeling though that those who voted against Bush will be saying "I told ya so" shortly. I pray that doesn't happen.

Regardless, Congrats Mr. President, don't let your country down.




posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 06:45 AM
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Congrats to the Bush camp, my sympathies to the nation...as we're the ones who will suffer from this choice...

I'm still in awe we voted for WWIII.

I'm still in awe we voted for puritanical values.

I'm still in awe we chose this moron to represent us to the world.

I'm still in awe we re-elected Cheney...err uh...Bush.

But unlike last time, this appears to be a legitimate victory.

No doubt this outcome will lead to increased attempts at attacks on US soil...place your bets on targets now folks!


I have a feeling though that those who voted against Bush will be saying "I told ya so" shortly. I pray that doesn't happen.


I share that feeling, as well as the hope that I never get to say it....

[edit on 3-11-2004 by Gazrok]



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:03 AM
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And to be quite blunt, Gazrok, Bush getting re-upped - well - scares the bejeezuz out of me.

You/me/us, America, can look for this damned Homeland Security to become FAR more intrusive and powerful than what it is now. I can already see, by Bush being in office, that the Patriot Act 2 will definately go into effect soon ......... thats when our flag changes to this:



You can also see the states becoming far more intrusive to other nations - don't EVEN think Bush is stopping at Iraq.

Misfit

[Edit = changed pic addy, before Bush has me done in for speaking what I think.........PA2)


[edit on 3-11-2004 by Misfit]



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:05 AM
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Congratz, but I sincerely hope the fat lady has a sore throat



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:11 AM
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If the Bush team really won, congratulations......although God help you (and the rest of us).

(The problem is almost everyone but that side will not believe it. Too many questions - well done Diebold?)

Enjoy your new fundamentalist religious-state. Here's hoping what you wished for is exactly what you get.

When Bush installs his Supreme Court replacements (what do you reckon? with at least 20yrs in them, to a man) and Ashcroft gets to work I think you'll be rueing this one for a long long time to come.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:11 AM
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Originally posted by Gazrok
Congrats to the Bush camp, my sympathies to the nation...as we're the ones who will suffer from this choice...

I'm still in awe we voted for WWIII.

I'm still in awe we voted for puritanical values.

I'm still in awe we chose this moron to represent us to the world.

I'm still in awe we re-elected Cheney...err uh...Bush.

But unlike last time, this appears to be a legitimate victory.

No doubt this outcome will lead to increased attempts at attacks on US soil...place your bets on targets now folks!


I have a feeling though that those who voted against Bush will be saying "I told ya so" shortly. I pray that doesn't happen.


I share that feeling, as well as the hope that I never get to say it....

[edit on 3-11-2004 by Gazrok]


I am still in awe this election was decided on the issue of gay marriage.

But you are right. We chose. Now we will suffer.

I suppose, even if i didn't vote for Kerry, he would win, because I desperately desired change. Anything but this useless monkey in the oval office we have now..........

But, we have dug our grave, let us lie in it now.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:19 AM
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I'm just dumb-founded, this was never about left/right as far as I'm concerned, we all know Kerry is a Zombified, Lurch-looking git. What astounds me is how anyone could put their fate in the hands of that nincompoop Bush...

Politics aside, if he were just a guy who I knew on the street I wouldn't trust him with a spud.
Seriously, just look at the man. Regardless if you being Republican or not how the f@#k could you put this guy in charge? You only have to look into those eyes to see what a complete baffoon he is, it's truly tragic.
Yet over half the voters went with him, that truly scares me as to the state and mentality of you people, I guess fear wins again.

[edit on 3-11-2004 by John Nada]



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:21 AM
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Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
I agree that if Bush has won fair and square, then its legit.

However, disunity will save this country, not unity. We cannot be united under the current course we travel, so I say, keep up the dissent and political back stabbing. it might save America as we once loved it.

Sounds horrible, I know. But this country is deeply divided, and Bush simply does not care about the rest of the country that did not agree with him.


AMEN!


I would check through the irregularities before giving ANY concession. I've already watched Andrew Card & Bill Frist take the lowest of low roads this morning on TV......so anyone talking this horses**t about unitiy being an agenda for these people....you are crazy; this is, if it stands, going to be about 4 years of vicious political payback.

P.S. If we are recounting for the next few days, please please keep inside or leave any Metro area you live in, because a Terror attack is forthcoming.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:22 AM
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...should consider that doing so suggests his opponents are stupid enough to be defeated by a moron. I'm not sure that's a position I would want to adopt.

Is it truly so difficult to disagree with someone without denigrating them?

All this spite directed toward Bush and his supporters is like drinking a bottle of poison and hoping they die. Living in anger benefits no one, and is unhealthy.

It would be better to devote that energy to plotting a better future, rather than lingering in misery over the past.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:46 AM
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though i can't stand the republican party, Bush and christian fundamentalism and the growing trend in the US to support the Republicans I will say that Bush won it fair and square.

congratulations to Bush and his supporters.

You have made your decision, now we shall see the consequences of your actions. I hope it doesn't end in blood, but I have a feeling all this is going to do is cause a lot more pain and misery.



thanks,
drfunk



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 07:52 AM
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Originally posted by Majic
...should consider that doing so suggests his opponents are stupid enough to be defeated by a moron. I'm not sure that's a position I would want to adopt.

Is it truly so difficult to disagree with someone without denigrating them?

All this spite directed toward Bush and his supporters is like drinking a bottle of poison and hoping they die. Living in anger benefits no one, and is unhealthy.

It would be better to devote that energy to plotting a better future, rather than lingering in misery over the past.


No, no, I am implying that the nation who voted for him for the reason they did are complete and utter morons. Bush is plain twisted.

I really had faith in this country till today. Had Bush won on legitamate issues instead of caveman Christian moral paranoia, Id have said, well, we did what we could.........

Even if Kerry were to somehow pull off the electoral vote in Ohio and thus win, I still have no faith in this country. Just looking at the popular vote, and the number 1 reason they voted for Bush:

Morality. This country lives in Taliban like puritanism.

Wonder if that "wood: bush was offering to sell is stockpiled to prepare for the witch burnings...........



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:13 AM
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Should've known that there would be sour grapes over this election, specifically from the most ardent Kerry supporters. Let's review a few of the facts here... Bush won the popular vote by the largest margin in the history of the United States. This was not an accident. Perhaps it wasn't necessarily a mandate on what Bush has done for the past 4 years, but maybe a referendum on the stance of the existing Democrat party. The Democrats have become the "Socialist" party and moved to the extreme left and, as a result, the majority of Americans have spoken and rejected that notion. The Democrats need to adopt more centrist policies if they want to regain a foothold in America. To support my case... Did anyone notice that the only "Blue" states were on the East and West coasts, the most liberal states in the nation? It would be most helpful to understand that those of us in "Flyover country" still hold true to very traditional values... the foundation of this country.

For those of you who claim that "Fear" won the election, I point out that perhaps it wasn't fear at all. In fact, perhaps it is strength and perseverence and a belief that what this Administration is doing, although unpopular, difficult and expensive, is exactly the right thing to do for not only America but for the entire world, in the long run. History has shown to repeat itself time and time again and educated people realize this. The French attempted to appease Hitler prior to WWII and wound up occupied by Germany a few years later. Along the same lines, previous Administrations have attempted to appease terrorist nations only to find them become more brazen and threatening. The moral of the story is that it is better to to be proactive against these threats and attempt to eradicate them before another disaster occurs and I believe that most Americans understand this. So, in my opinion, it is a show of strength and conviction that won Bush this election, not fear.

So, before any of you Kerry supporters start lamenting Bush's re-election and start prognosticating about impending global disaster as a result, please stop and take a moment to think about how YOU can continue to affect the politics and policies of this great nation. Stay involved. Stay tuned it. And most importantly, stay true to America!



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:40 AM
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Originally posted by Majic
...should consider that doing so suggests his opponents are stupid enough to be defeated by a moron. I'm not sure that's a position I would want to adopt.


Or it could mean the same thing about the people who voted for him.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:46 AM
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Originally posted by Kidfinger

Originally posted by Majic
...should consider that doing so suggests his opponents are stupid enough to be defeated by a moron. I'm not sure that's a position I would want to adopt.


Or it could mean the same thing about the people who voted for him.


You're implying that over 50% of the United States' voting citizens are morons? I'd be careful with claims like that. It really sheds more light on the likes of you than it does Bush's supporters.

On a final note, BUSH WON, DEAL WITH IT!



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:50 AM
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Originally posted by kozmo


You're implying that over 50% of the United States' voting citizens are morons? I'd be careful with claims like that. It really sheds more light on the likes of you than it does Bush's supporters.

On a final note, BUSH WON, DEAL WITH IT!


Good job Kozmo
You just proved my point
Read my post to Jemison. I DID CONCEDE THIS ELECTION! And YES, I DO think that over 50% of Americans are morons, schmucks, idiots,or whatever you want to call them.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:52 AM
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So, before any of you Kerry supporters start lamenting Bush's re-election and start prognosticating about impending global disaster as a result, please stop and take a moment to think about how YOU can continue to affect the politics and policies of this great nation. Stay involved. Stay tuned it. And most importantly, stay true to America!


How the hell can we? The GOP controls congress (for at least the next two years) and the presidency. Their agenda can proceed unchecked for at least these two years. Predicting global disaster is hardly out of the question....as Bush has made his intentions to engage our enemies militarily quite clear. WWIII is now all but a certainty.....



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:54 AM
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I just got....still on coffee...and I'm very, very confused at this thread.....the news is saying it's neck and neck......am I missing something?



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:55 AM
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I hope that Kerry concedes really soon so the healing can begin. I understand that both Kerry and Edwards are finding themselves without senatorial jobs, but it was a risk that they had to take, but their loss should not be inflicted on the nation. Hillary chose not to run because she knew it would be a tough race to win, in 2008 she will have a much better chance to win. The woman is no fool. If the Democrats had stuck to Howard Dean they would be dancing with joy now.

By the way I voted for neither so there is no gloating here.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:56 AM
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I can understand your disappointment in the results of the election, but I hardly find a need for such pessimism. Just stay engaged in the process and make sure that your opinions are represented. Not everything will go your way, but I hardly see a WWIII scenario as a result of W's re-election.



posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 08:57 AM
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Originally posted by LadyV
I just got....still on coffee...and I'm very, very confused at this thread.....the news is saying it's neck and neck......am I missing something?


Unfortunately it's sounds like your "news" isn't very objective.




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