How can anyone support any candidate that has a chance?

Cerb

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Let's see...GWB has the strong will of an emperor(sp), not bad, but usually not good.
Dean is just starnge. I really can't say more. Everything about him, from stances (and changes of them) on issues to that smile of his give me the creeps.
Kerry changes on issues as much, is trying to act like a pro-military guy despite his record, yet still isn't centrist enough, unless the last election finally got it into Democrats' minds that getting to the polls is a good idea, as Supreme Court Judges don't care about their unfounded bitching.

To top that off, the candidates are at least three-faced. One guy for their yes-men and supporters (or potential contributors), one for the party to get in the running for Pres, and then another to win over the people as a whole.

Yet somehow people put faith in these guys. If he's in there, I'll gladly vote for nader--not because I agree with anything he says, but because he sticks by it, even though that keeps him from having a chance in Hell. Al Sharpton is a good guy to have in there just to show how little debates really mean.

I can understand the lesser of evils approach, but what is it that causes voters to believe what comes out of these guys' mouths? Seriously, I'm not trying to troll, but I have never been able to figure it out.
 

Dari

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Originally posted by: Cerb
...but because he sticks by it....
Bush means what he says and he says what he means. Furthermore, he stands by his words, a man of action.

 

dmcowen674

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Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Cerb
...but because he sticks by it....
Bush means what he says and he says what he means. Furthermore, he stands by his words, a man of action.
Glad I wasn't drinking something when I saw this, it would be all over my monitor.

Man of his words alright, can you says "Jobs"

Lack thereof
 

Dari

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Originally posted by: dmcowen674
Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Cerb
...but because he sticks by it....
Bush means what he says and he says what he means. Furthermore, he stands by his words, a man of action.
Glad I wasn't drinking something when I saw this, it would be all over my monitor.

Man of his words alright, can you says "Jobs"

Lack thereof
seeing that you're a man of extremes, I rest my case.
 

Cerb

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Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Cerb
...but because he sticks by it....
Bush means what he says and he says what he means. Furthermore, he stands by his words, a man of action.
Hence the emperor analogy. IMO, he's the best of what there is to offer, and in actuality, he'll probably get my vote, though I disagree with much of what he has done. But how do these guys get all of these people following them, believing them, and giving them their time and money?
 

Dari

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Originally posted by: Cerb
Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Cerb
...but because he sticks by it....
Bush means what he says and he says what he means. Furthermore, he stands by his words, a man of action.
Hence the emperor analogy. IMO, he's the best of what there is to offer, and in actuality, he'll probably get my vote, though I disagree with much of what he has done. But how do these guys get all of these people following them, believing them, and giving them their time and money?
I can't say anything about Bush, but I know that Kerry has been purchased by many lobbyists. I even have the receipts.
 

leeboy

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Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Cerb
...but because he sticks by it....
Bush means what he says and he says what he means. Furthermore, he stands by his words, a man of action.
So is a doorman at a night club, what is your point?
 

zephyrprime

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but what is it that causes voters to believe what comes out of these guys' mouths?
Judging from the number of people that don't vote, I think that a lot of people *don't* believe what comes out of those guys & all politicians mouths.

And I think you spelled emperor correctly.
 

Genesys

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Originally posted by: dmcowen674
Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Cerb
...but because he sticks by it....
Bush means what he says and he says what he means. Furthermore, he stands by his words, a man of action.
Glad I wasn't drinking something when I saw this, it would be all over my monitor.

Man of his words alright, can you says "Jobs"

Lack thereof
since when did it become a concern of the government to worry about jobs? government supplied jobs = socialist government.
you should be bitching at Dell, HP, American Express, Capital One, et all who have outsourced their jobs to foreign countries.
or would you rather the govt pay companies money to keep jobs in the US?
 

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