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GAME OVER....FOR KERRY

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    rjdohnert

    Looks like the US is safe for 4 more years

    Electoral Votes:

    Bush      155
    Kerry     122


    HOOOOOOOOOOOORAH

    The People have spoken and they have said

    DUBYA 2004

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    compuwhiz7

    I don't deny that George Bush will probably win, but I do think there's still hope. Remember, only 17% of the precincts are reporting as of 9:40 PM. Still a long way to go.

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    Rui Craveiro

    Yeah, real safe, indeed.... It was under his watch that September 11 took place, that Osama Bin Laden managed to escape and that Pandora's Box was openned by invading Iraq, whose WMDs were never to be found. It was under his watch that a large quantity of weapons simply disappeared from Iraq.

    It is really smart to think that your country is safer just because you went to war. Sooner than later that war already came back to bite you and you even didn't notice. Have you checked oil prices lately?

    Remember Newton's third law. It also applies to international politics.

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    thechris

    hmm, i wonder if bush will actually _win_ the election this time and not just get elected...

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    rjdohnert

    BUSH WINS !!!!!!!!!!


    WOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOO

    Very tight race,

    WE ARE VICTORIOUS

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    Rossj

    rjdohnert wrote:
    BUSH WINS !!!!!!!!!!


    WOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOO

    Very tight race,

    WE ARE VICTORIOUS


    Are you not even going to wait for the results?

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    Greater Monster

    rjdohnert wrote:
    BUSH WINS !!!!!!!!!!


    WOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOO

    Very tight race,

    WE ARE VICTORIOUS


    Bush and Kerry supporters (oh, and don't forget the Nader supporters):
    stop going about something as unimportant as these elections. Over here a filmmaker with an attitude, Theo van Gogh, was gunned down and stabbed to death. The elections shrink into nothingness compared to that.
    And, as always, both are nothing more than a short flicker in the whole of human existence.

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    thechris

    where is this from.  i see 269 or 249 for bush at msnbc and cnn respectively.

    if only "not bush" could have run instead of kerry.

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    tbeckner

    rjdohnert wrote:
    BUSH WINS !!!!!!!!!!


    WOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOO

    Very tight race,

    WE ARE VICTORIOUS
    Let us all pray for this country, because we have voted in a ROCK.

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    debug77

    yawn. boring.

    Meanwhile in the rest of the world (that's outside of "America" by the way, and yes, it does exist) hundreds of thousands continue to be killed in the Middle East due to Bush's global war. Yeah! Vote him back in so he can continue to line his pockets off the deaths of innocent people.

    I'm English and just can not understand why people would vote for Bush. Is there something that's not being covered on the news? Is he offering to remove taxes or something?

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    Greater Monster

    Here's a fun qoute for this occasion:

    Mon Dieu, Mon Dieu, mon pauvre peuple
    (My God, My God, my poor people)

    William of Orange (founder of the Netherlands, his final words when he was assasinated - although personally think he just said 'ouch')

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    miamijjs

    Good for America..... Bush Wins!

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    Greater Monster

    As a mere observer it is most fascinating to me when Bush wins. A lot of strange things have happened over the last for years, freedoms are given up for safety (and you get neither). I wonder if and how far Bush will push the US towards a thinly veiled theocracy. And what will happen to those who do not agree. You may not agree but remarkable things happened to dissenters. People being held up arbitrarily at airports in the days after 9/11 because they went to a socialist or whatever meeting and indiscriminately rounding up people and holding them for a long time at the RNC.

    And again, I am not sure it'd be much better with Kerry.

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    Greater Monster

    miamijjs wrote:
    Good for America..... Bush Wins!


    Best thing about is that this will be over, whoever wins. Yes, Bush, but who cares. Although I always vote (no, I'm not an American) elections make me pop The Who's 'Won't get fooled again' in my head: 'Meet the new boss, the same as the old boss'. Not to mention 'I'll pull myself and my family aside, if we're lucky to be left out alive'. I live my live no matter who runs the joint. Never noticed a real difference.
    Final quote from that song'I get on my knees and pray' (which in my case would be 'I sit on my bum and meditate).

    Another song:
    'Republicans is fine if you're a multi-millionare
    Democrats is fair if what you own is what you wear
    Neither of them is seeing it right cause neither of them cares'
    Zappa was cool, I think.

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    thechris

    how can someone be for bush?  i mean i can see people being against kerry from the uncertinty, but people actually agree with bush?!  i think that is scary.

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    miamijjs

    You come off as a sorry * bitter Kerry fanboy... Bush won because more poeple like him.

    Get over the bitterness.

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    eagle

    Time for you to enlist in the Army, with Bush we will always be at war.

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    MisterDonut

    We are fortunate Bush was re-elected... Do you realize how hard it is to have a President who is never wrong about anything??


    Obviously, everyone else is wrong


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