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Old 10-07-2004, 12:23 PM   #1
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I am voting for........

Michael Badnarik of the Libertarian Party.

He is on the ballot in 48 of 50 states.......

He is polling better than Nader.
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Old 10-07-2004, 12:35 PM   #2
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today at school i parked behind a guy with a badnarik bumper sticker.

but i'm voting for nobody since i turn 18 3 days after the election!
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Michael Badnarik of the Libertarian Party.
your vote

like mine has no weight,
except in the national popular vote.

i like the idea of writing in McCain to tell the God's Own Party that he is preferred over Bush

most believe libertarians take away GOP votes.
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Old 10-07-2004, 12:53 PM   #4
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Still voting for Kerry.
After seeing Bush's pathetic attempt at a debate with Kerry, it amazes me that anyone would vote for such an incompetent idiot.
Oh yes I do......party partisan politiics.
Who cares if Bush can't do his job; he's
a Republlican....so I have to vote for him mindset.
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Old 10-07-2004, 09:27 PM   #5
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deep-- where do you live? I have the same problem in Brooklyn, NY. We still have the lever machines here and I had a friend who once voted for one person that was a Repbulican. I dunno, I think the Democratic nominee was her landlord and wouldn't fix anything in her place or something. So they use the same levers for Democrats and Republicans every year. She went to push the Republican lever and it made a loud CLUNK. I don't that lever had been used in years.

Go popular vote!
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Old 10-07-2004, 09:39 PM   #6
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This election is
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Old 10-07-2004, 11:35 PM   #7
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deep-- where do you live?

Go popular vote!
I live in Newport Beach, CA

Kerry will win my state by perhaps a million votes.

MA and NY are safely blue states also.

I read an article today about the Australian Election process.

It is very impressive.
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today at school i parked behind a guy with a badnarik bumper sticker.

but i'm voting for nobody since i turn 18 3 days after the election!

Ah, U2democrat that sucks about the voting. Right now Kerry is leading 7 points up behind Bush here in PA. That makes me a happy camper.
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Old 10-08-2004, 08:29 AM   #9
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The pundits are actually saying Bush may lose because of Badnarik. He's the only alternative to diehards that can't or won't vote for Kerry.

Wouldn't it be ironic if he is the spoiler for Bush like Nader was for GOre in 00.
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He has a better shot at influencing the election than Nadar. Nadar is only on 38 ballots if I am not mistaken.
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I am still undecided. I dont really like Bush or Kerry. I dont know what to do! I wish we had more choices. I dont think there is any sense in voting for someone such as, an independent or write in, that we know are not going to win.
I am going to watch the debate tonite and maybe I can make up my mind. If not, I dont think I will vote because I dont see the point if I dont like the candidates.
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He has a better shot at influencing the election than Nadar. Nadar is only on 38 ballots if I am not mistaken.
Funny, I posted a note about Badnarik a while back, wondering how many votes he was going to get. The Libertarians are the largest third party in the United States, and I know several members of the Party. Yes, he could get a nice slice of votes from people who want to cast protest votes and don't want to do it for Nader.
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If not, I dont think I will vote because I dont see the point if I dont like the candidates.
If you don't, you will have absolutely no right to complain about the results or the actions of whomever wins for the next 4 years.
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If you don't, you will have absolutely no right to complain about the results or the actions of whomever wins for the next 4 years.
exactly right. no vote no voice.
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I watched the debate and I have made my choice. I will be at the polls to cast my vote!
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