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By the way, I voted for Bush senior in 1992. When Clinton was elected I was disappointed, but put aside my differences and supported him as President. Though I disagreed with many of his policies, I never attacked the man or the office for the eight years he was in power. I would hope the liberal members here at ATS can find it in themselves to do the same for the current President.
that voting irregularities did play a part in this amazing Bush win,
Originally posted by Seth Bullock
Dude, if you are going to quote me give me credit.
as mentioned by Bout Time
Taking back America - where to go from here
Originally posted by Bob88
I'd like to hear some ideas from the Dems, good ideas. Good policy and good understanding of the issues.
Originally posted by natas
None have discussed the main topic on voters' minds - sense of morals.
Why does Bush get the nod over Kerry here? Hmmm....
What's done is done people. Crying about it and being combative only serve to continue to divide us all. Let's figure out a way to make it all work.
You have four more years - live with it, and decide to be UNITED Americans or DIVIDED Americans.
Just my opinion...
In 1964, the Lyndon Johnson beat Barry Goldwater by 23 points. Goldwater managed to carry just 6 states and Johnson won the electoral college 486-52. But the conservatives didn't give up. They didn't spend a lot of time wringing their hands. They regrouped and fought back. By 1968, Nixon crushed Humphrey in the electoral college 301-191 and won the popular vote by a million votes. If you oppose Bush, now isn't the time to feel sorry for yourself. Now is the time to get to work.