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Old 07-22-2003, 03:04 PM   #1
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2004 Presidential Election: You'd get your vote?

If the presidential election were held today, for which party would you vote?

Republican
Democrat
Green
Reform
Libertarian
Socialist
Constitution
Other.....?
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Are foreigners allowed to vote too?

well it would be nice if a premium member could make poll out of this
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There are only two choices that can win an election with our form of electing? a president.


My republican friends are enthused about the Green party because they peel off potential Democratic votes.

Just about everybody agrees that votes for Nader/ Green party created the situation whereby Walker Bush became president.
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i would never vote for myself.

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You'd get your vote?


a little early to be hitting the sauce?
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There are only two choices that can win an election with our form of electing? a president.


My republican friends are enthused about the Green party because they peel off potential Democratic votes.

Just about everybody agrees that votes for Nader/ Green party created the situation whereby Walker Bush became president.
Unfortunately this is true. Therefore my vote goes to the Democrat party. They would have to make a huge mistake for me not to. No matter who they put in their seat they would have to be better than Dubya. But then again my vote here in Texas means very little. Regardless I'll still be voting.
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I like Howard Dean the most, thus far, but I think all of the current electable candidates are too cowardly.

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But then again my vote here in Texas means very little. Regardless I'll still be voting.
This is how I feel in Massachusetts, however, the current Governor won and McCain won the primary here with crossover Democrats voting for him.

It is still a long ways away.
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Unfortunately this is true. Therefore my vote goes to the Democrat party. They would have to make a huge mistake for me not to. No matter who they put in their seat they would have to be better than Dubya. But then again my vote here in Texas means very little. Regardless I'll still be voting.
Same here in Alabama. *still trying to figure out how the hell this happened* oh well, no matter. However it does matter who they put in the seat for the dems, or the other's. So i guess "I still haven't found what I'm looking for".
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I like Howard Dean the most, thus far
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I did hear about this one guy, his name was Justin Kohn, and he's with the Green Party...he sounded pretty cool, too from the link I checked him out on.

So it'll either be the Democratic or Green parties, most likely, for me, that I'll be voting from.

Who's running on the Libertarian Party? I haven't heard anything about those people running.

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In a perfect world Bush and the democractic candidate would lose outright to an honest, good-natured candidate from an independent source. But considering that won't happen until we witness a massive scale revolution of politics, we'll do better voting for the lesser of two evils. That being said, at the moment I'd force myself to vote for the democrat (Kucinish not being a viable option) like Dean.

That's a sad comment on my politics, but right now I'd do anything to get that idiot out of office!

This whole thing never would have happened if Nader had won in 2000
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At the moment, the candidates I'd probably back would be Dean or Kerry.
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I like Howard Dean the most, thus far, but I think all of the current electable candidates are too cowardly.

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I totally agree with you melon.
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None of the above. I don't believe in politicians anymore
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Any further rise in the Green party IMO, will spell certain demise to the Democratic party.
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I don't like it that we only will have two "realistic" choices. I rather like the Greens myself. Our system is democratic, but it's flawed, like anything else created by human beings. But I'll be voting Democratic.
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