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Old 10-08-2004, 08:08 PM   #46
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Somebody on Fox News Channel called it a draw.


W will do ok with this debate.

Each side will say their guy won.

W gets a head start because everybody knows how poorly he speaks or should I say misspeaks.







If W stopped Canadin drugs now he would lose big.

He will do it after the election.

I read alot about unsafe Canadian Drugs, there are frequent deaths in Canada from these cheap drugs.
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Kerry = Very Presidential

Bush = Screamer


Edwards is in Michigan tonight, and he hosted a rally tonight as he will tomorrow in Detroit. (I hear pax running towards MI as we speak, lol )
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Looks like all the polls are saying Kerry again.

CNN
Who won the second presidential debate?

President Bush 16% 14147 votes
John Kerry 83% 73818 votes
Evenly matched 2% 1363 votes
Total: 89328 votes

MSNBC
Pres. Bush 26%
Sen. Kerry 74%

CBS News
Who won the debate?

President Bush: 11.51%
John Kerry: 88.10%
Neither man. It was a draw: 0.38%

Those were the only 3 I could find at this point.
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FOX NEWS:

Kerry 70% 45, 634
Bush 30% 19,553
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I looked hard for that one but couldn't find it.

Good work.
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But that mass e-mail by the Kerry campaign telling people to flood online polls really makes thost pointless. Wait until there has been proper polling.
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there is NO way Kerry won.

those polls are slanted by Kerry supporters.

We will know soon enough that the President is who the American people prefer

not a Liberal.



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(for the absent conservatives)
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Kerry = Very Presidential

Bush = Screamer


Edwards is in Michigan tonight, and he hosted a rally tonight as he will tomorrow in Detroit. (I hear pax running towards MI as we speak, lol )
My feelings actually!

Kerry

Bush
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there is NO way Kerry won.

those polls are slanted by Kerry supporters.

We will know soon enough that the President is who the American people prefer

not a Liberal.



/rant


(for the absent conservatives)

Ha! I like you.


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If W stopped Canadin drugs now he would lose big.

He will do it after the election.

I read alot about unsafe Canadian Drugs, there are frequent deaths in Canada from these cheap drugs.

I would like W to explain just how these drugs, a lot of which are imported FROM the US in the first place, suddenly become dangerous when they cross the border?

Are American and Canadian bodies somehow different? Are we resistent to drugs that have crossed the Canadian border?
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But that mass e-mail by the Kerry campaign telling people to flood online polls really makes thost pointless. Wait until there has been proper polling.
I'm sorry, are you referring to this:

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Subject: FW: lobbying for tonight

Dear Patriots for the President,

It's time to rally again. Tonight, John Kerry and George Bush will face
off in the second presidential debate. Once again, we need you to take
action the moment they leave the stage.

There are four critical things you can do to help beat the Democrat spin
machine.

Forward this email to family, coworkers, and friends.
Vote in online polls.
Write a letter to the editor.
Call radio and television stations.
Your activism following the debates has made the difference -- and it
will again tonight.
Vote in Online Polls
National and local news organizations will be conducting online polls
during and after the debate asking for readers' opinions. Look for
online polls at these news websites, and make sure to vote in every one
of them:

CBS: http://www.cbsnews.com
CNN: http://www.cnn.com
Fox News: http://www.foxnews.com
MSNBC: http://www.msnbc.msn.com
Wall Street Journal: http://www.wsj.com
Akron Beacon-Journal:
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
http://www.ajc.com
Detroit News:
http://www.detnews.com
Los Angeles Times:
http://www.latimes.com
Minneapolis-St. Paul
Star-Tribune: http://www.startribune.com
Orlando Sentinel:
http://www.orlandosentinel.com
Philadelphia Inquirer:
http://www.philly.com/
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
http://www.sun-sentinel.com

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I would like W to explain just how these drugs, a lot of which are imported FROM the US in the first place, suddenly become dangerous when they cross the border?


THEY ARE VERY DANGEROUS.

The big pharma companies will cut donations to the GOP.
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i suppose a little less silicone and botox

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Are American and Canadian bodies somehow different?

I am still doing the research on this one.
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THEY ARE VERY DANGEROUS.

The big pharma companies will cut donations to the GOP.
Beat me to it.
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I'm so glad I'm not the only one who felt Bush was screamy. And I actually like Kerry's answer to the abortion question. It's funny, I never thougth I'd say this about a politician, but I fell the EXACT same way. I believe abortion is wrong but, like Kerry, I believe all Americans should be represented, not just the Catholic ones. He may lose votes for that but they were votes he never had. As for Bush, in addition to the screaming, he was just laughable. My opponent Sen. Kennedy? Poland is now back in the coalition even though they're pulling out? The environment is better? My ass it is.

That being said, I think Kerry has only a slight lead out of this debate, not the big one he had last week. He did a great job answering questions -- I think Bush flubbed several such as the Supreme Court question and the fact that he couldn't name ONE mistake let alone three. That being said, thsi was a town hall where you connect with the people but I don't think either really connected on a personal level -- this was something Bill was a genius at. And Kerry missed opportunities. REALLY bad jobs number he should have mentioned more.

The overall issue is this was a must win for Bush and he brought his average, not his spectacular. he did the same thing Gore did four years ago -- swung from one extreme to the other. With Gore, he went from being moody and sighing to being agreeable. With Bush, he went from boring to totally confrontational. The door is still open but if Bush can't find a medium between the two extremes by Arizona, he's toast.
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