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Old 11-02-2004, 10:29 PM   #451
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do i have to post it again?
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the game is over... but it's not over. kerry will challange the count in ohio. you can count on that. he'll lose his challange, but he'll challange it none the less.
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No gloating - but time to be gracious, I love democracy even more when it works in your way.
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Old 11-02-2004, 10:31 PM   #455
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Old 11-02-2004, 10:32 PM   #456
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Well, in the long run, it´s better for Europe.

Private corporations fucking with the state (Halliburton) are not going to strengthen U.S. economics in the long run. If America gets weaker, it makes Europe stronger. That´s what 4 more years of Bush mean.

Congratulations to all the voters!

By voting more, you have all strengthened the democracy of your country.

Still, it is a sad day for democracy.

"The primary function of democracy is not to elect good leaders, since nobody can predict in advance how a politician will perform. It is to eject leaders who have manifestly failed. The ability to remove leaders who turn out to be corrupt, dangerous, outrageously dishonest or manifestly incompetent is the primary privilege and duty of any democracy."

Just being realistic.
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Old 11-02-2004, 10:34 PM   #457
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the game is not over. CBS is not calling Ohio for Bush and CNN is not calling Ohio for Bush. The fiance predicts that at this rate, with Hamilton and Cuyahoga cos. coming in at the rate, Kerry will win Ohio by 80K.
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250,000 votes left to count in OH.
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My predictions turned out to not be true, much to my delight. Nevertheless, all you Kerry supporters, you have to admit that had Kerry been elected, not much would have changed.
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Old 11-02-2004, 10:38 PM   #461
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Bush voters:

You have just condoned the deaths of 1000 servicemen and women in Iraq.

You have just condoned the removal of your civil rights via the Patriot Act.

You have just condoned inequality for homosexuals.

You have just condoned the removal of a woman's Freedom of Choice.

You have just condoned the alienation of America's strongest allies.

You have just condoned an unwinnable war.

You have just condoned Halliburton siphoning taxpayer money.

You have just made me sick.
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My predictions turned out to not be true, much to my delight. Nevertheless, all you Kerry supporters, you have to admit that had Kerry been elected, not much would have changed.
I think a lot would change, not in the war, but in health care, economy, education...but now we'll probably never know.
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250,000 votes left to count in OH.

Yes, and Kerry would have to win about 190,000 out of those 250,000 votes to bring the race there to a razor thin margin.
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Yes, and Kerry would have to win about 190,000 out of those 250,000 votes to bring the race there to a razor thin margin.
I have my doubts but it's in a county that is majority Dem...
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I think a lot would change, not in the war, but in health care, economy, education...but now we'll probably never know.

Well, even if Kerry had been elected, I hardly think that many of his bills would have passed a Republican dominated House and a very split senate.
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