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LorenBaker
11-02-2000, 11:37 AM
Me, I'm voting for Al gore, hands down... thought about Nader but I need to vote realistically. Hopefully he gets the 5% he needs and Gore wins too.

Did you guys just hear about the Bush SCANDAL.

Hopefully this will shore up the Gore vote in those swing states!!

Sound off web masters!

Loren

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Doc
11-02-2000, 11:46 AM
I'd like to know just where you heard that.....?

Another thing I'd like to draw attention to the tone of your comments...its the typical liberal ploy...

Liberal Motto: When we have nothing of substance to say, lets just start calling the opposition a bunch of nasty names, raise our voices and yell til no one can hear anything but our incessant lies and half truths. Hopefully, this will keep people from getting to our issues and ideals, things we know we cannot defend.

GORE is a socialist / communist.....plain and simple....notice that those are NOT offensive words directly..they are simply accurate categorizations of his belief system...

voting for BUSH

i like the third party argument....but the Green party is too extreme....

LorenBaker
11-02-2000, 11:50 AM
Ummm...

Bush is the one running a dirty name calling campaign, not Gore.

And Larry Flint just came out with this info and the proof of it this morning. You know Flynt, the same guy who took down Newt Gingrich, Delorean, and that other Republican Senator leader of the house...

Those dirty Republicans... they always point at the White House and scream SCANDAL... but when it comes their way, watch out.. everyone's a commie.

Doc
11-02-2000, 01:25 PM
so now Gore is running a clean campaign?

interesting....he'd like to bring up hate crime legislation and refer to Bush as a cold hearted person, but when a Bush ad mentions his tendency to tell BOLDFACED LIES to the American people....Bush is being a meanie....

Example 2 of how liberals are two faced...they won't let the same standards they apply to others be applied to them....

oh...and Larry Flynt???...yeah...what a great source....yeah...he's not scum.... http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

LorenBaker
11-02-2000, 01:31 PM
But George W. Bush is a cold hearted person.

And a draft dodger.

The first bill he passed after being voted Gov. of Texas was to cut funding for Kindergarten.

Actually Larry Flynt is a highly credible source.

This is my last post on the subject, unless anything really gets my goat.

Cheers,
Loren

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Kathy
11-02-2000, 01:52 PM
Originally posted by LorenBaker:
But George W. Bush is a cold hearted person.

And a draft dodger.

The first bill he passed after being voted Gov. of Texas was to cut funding for Kindergarten.

Actually Larry Flynt is a highly credible source.

This is my last post on the subject, unless anything really gets my goat.

Cheers,
Loren

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My goodness you have much to say on a subject you know little about. Texan here. Teacher too. Gov. Bush has done great things for the educational system and I appreciate him. No, you are WRONG. He didn't cut ANYTHING from education. He didn't dodge the draft.

Gore on the other hand "served" as a journalist during Vietnam...wearing a uniform to write stories...and asked for permission to come home early from the war (instead of serving the entire year like the other men in COMBAT) so that he could go to Divinity school. After a few months in that school, he dropped out again. He doesn't seem to finish much of anything....but certainly likes to claim the accomplishments of many other hard working men. My dad served in Vietnam...and stayed the whole year of his duty.

I like Bush and will vote for him (along with the rest of my family and staff at my school where I teach). He is a man of his word, an entrepeneur and one who knows the value of sticking with a job until it is done.



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Jarusa
11-02-2000, 02:06 PM
hehe, I love the way you guys are so passionate about your politics, spend millions of dollars on campaigns, fill the world's media with this stuff for over a year and then only 25% of the population bother to vote.

Doc
11-02-2000, 03:48 PM
Thanks Kathy!

LorenBaker:

And Bush didn't dodge the draft...he served in the National Guard...are you belittling the service of those men and women who serve in the Guard?

speaking of draft dodging....*cough* BILL CLINTON....but that just doesn't matter to you does it?? because you can't apply the same standards to your party that you wish to apply to others....shame shame...its called hypocrisy

zMan
11-02-2000, 04:31 PM
HAHAHAHAHA!!! This is sooo funny... You guys can really make me laugh. http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

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Knix
11-02-2000, 06:02 PM
A word of advice, don't get into this with Doc, nobody is more passionate about politics than him, and the worst thing to do is argue with somebody who REALLY REALLY believes in what he is saying. Good luck everybody. BTW, I can't vote but if I could I'd vote for Gore. My thoughts are that all politicians are dirty, and they all love to call other politicians dirty. I'm NOT fighting though (I don't want to get owned again over something I'm not really big into, hehe http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif)

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Doc
11-02-2000, 06:58 PM
LOL, I guess you remember that other thread huh Knix? http://geekvillage.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

suresk
11-02-2000, 07:20 PM
I'm voting for Clinton! oh wait, darn it, he can't run again http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

Gore is a socialist, left wing wacko, who lacks the charisma that Bill Clinton had. Gore has zero Charisma, and I'm surprised he's doing as well in the polls as he is http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

Although I tend to lean slightly left, I'm going for Bush on this one.

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Doc
11-03-2000, 05:12 PM
you might wanna start putting some stuff in boxes and arranging for the move.... http://geekvillage.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

Chazhound
11-03-2000, 09:41 PM
I voting for Bush too!
Get 'um Bush!

The Bush family has been a part of my life
since birth in San Angelo, Tx and continue
here in Florida with Jeb.
The whole family is remarkable and not
deserving of the constant bashing displayed
by people who don't know them and who refuse to learn more.
I would take the time as a voter and learn
the history of both families and individuals
and make your own judgement on who could
serve this country better.
Most people are followers and few are true
leaders.

I served in the National Guard too,
and feel I served my country well http://geekvillage.com/ubb/wink.gif

Anyhow, all I had to do was read Gore's
book and I knew his vision is warped
and this man can't be in charge of the
"Button".

I bet Tipper could beat him up http://geekvillage.com/ubb/wink.gif

Chazhound

kris
11-03-2000, 11:15 PM
Canada, Here I come! http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

kris
11-04-2000, 12:39 AM
the day that Bush wins presidency is the day i consider leaving the country

Jarusa
11-04-2000, 03:49 AM
LOL, kris.

Being an outsider of the U.S. Elections, (I am Australian) I still cannot, for the life of me, fathom the fact that the choice of the most important politician in the world relies on such a small percentage of the U.S. population.

Doc
11-04-2000, 10:53 AM
jamiejulie:

it's simply the way the system is set up...our nation's founders didn't believe that everyone SHOULD vote, only that they should have the RIGHT if they wish to...they should care enough about the issues and policies involved to drive down to the polls....not forcing everyone to vote keeps the apathetic or uneducated (about issues) from tossing the election to whichever name they think sounds prettiest http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

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suresk
11-04-2000, 01:24 PM
Kris: Moving to Canada isn't such a bad idea now - you can now use PayPal there http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

Doc: Good point, and in a sense, those who don't vote are, in a way, voting. They are saying "Hey, things are good, its not worth it for me to spend my time voting."

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