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Who will you vote for Nov. 2, 2004?

  • Bush

    Votes: 30 52.6%
  • Kerry

    Votes: 25 43.9%
  • Nader

    Votes: 2 3.5%

  • Total voters
    57
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DaleB said:
Which one? They are both pretty ugly! I would hope you would not want David Duke in office, but you may be able to ressurect him from exile.:p
No, but perhaps you could help me find Daisy Duke. :6:
 

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Looks like we have two of these now. Either way it seems that Bush wins in a landslide on both polls
 

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Well, I wouldn't call it a landslide....but all it take is one vote... or to make sure your brother is governor of a swing state...

:rolleyes:
 

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INSPIRED BY IRAQI HANDOVER, BUSH HOLDS U.S. ELECTION FOUR MONTHS EARLY

Element of Surprise Cited As Bush Romps to Victory

Inspired by the early handover of sovereignty in Iraq, President George W. Bush employed the element of surprise once more last night, holding the U.S. presidential election four months early.

The election, about which only top Bush administration officials were notified, went exceedingly well for the president, who carried all fifty states and garnered approximately one hundred percent of the vote.

Mr. Bush’s victory speech, which he had originally scheduled for eleven P.M. last night, was at the last minute rescheduled to nine P.M., once again capitalizing on the element of surprise.

In his speech, Mr. Bush admitted that he might have had a more difficult time getting reelected if the American people had actually been notified about the time and date of the voting, but added, “A win’s a win, right?”

Mr. Bush’s second inauguration is slated to take place on January 20, 2005, but administration officials acknowledged that it could happen “at any time.”

“For all I know it has already happened,” one aide said.

While the stealth presidential election seems to have cemented the Bush administration’s reputation for secrecy, one aide said that some secrets were harder to keep than others: “For example, everyone knows how Paul Wolfowitz gets his hair to look so great.”

White House officials praised the performance of the controversial new Diebold electronic voting machines, which successfully tabulated final results from Florida before a single vote was cast.
I realize this is a joke, but you know, if he thought he could get away with this, I'm sure he'd have no problem trampling the constitution and the will of the American people.

Flame on.
 
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