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November 3, 2004
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I have a gut feeling that Bush is going to inadvertently be the begining of the end of our country as we know it. I think he is a wolf in sheeps clothing.

The congress, the house and the president are now republician, and most likely the supreme court. This is not good.

November 3, 2004
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I agree.

November 3, 2004
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Pretty scary.

November 3, 2004
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gypsy,

oh, I agree so whole-heartedly. I was so depressed this morning. I want to run out of my house, yelling, WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE? How can anyone, let alone 1/2 of the country, think re-electing that man was a good idea? His cabinet is so secretive, and look at the messes they have made in Iraq, our health care, our schools, and now the Supreme Court? How fearful have we become? Why are the religious zealots running this country?

For anyone who may read this and considers themselves religious, I'm sorry if I offend. But the truth of the matter is that deep religious conviction that god is on your side doesn't make it so. Especially when the whole world disagrees with your (Bush's) policies.

November 3, 2004
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Feeling totally disappointed in many of my fellow Americans....

🙁

November 3, 2004
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Religion is good. The liberal media has deceived you to the real truth about America. Sorry had to but my too cents in but BUSH is a good thing for this country in so many ways!

I do agree that situation in Iraq is a big mess! I also thing the No Child Left Behind Act was a huge mistake.

November 3, 2004
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To lighten the mood, check out this link:

http://www.marryanamerican.ca

Enjoy!

November 3, 2004
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to clarify....I am disappointed cause Bush won. 🙁

November 3, 2004
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And by the way, at the polls I was tempted to do a write-in for "Giant Douche" or "Turd Sandwich" (Southpark reference for those of you who don't have the miserable taste in TV that I do...)

November 3, 2004
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I'm actually stunned. I really thought it would go different.

The young voters didn't come out like they thought they would. The majority of the younger voters that did vote were for Kerry....it's sad they didn't know they could make a difference.

I can be proud to say that I'm in Illinois and Kerry won Illinois and so did Obama!!!

Hey Utahgirl....we appreciate all opinions here, no need to apologize for your beliefs.

November 3, 2004
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I feel very depressed that Bush won the election. I voted for Kerry. I don't trust Bush or the republican majority in the congress. I think people believed Bush's lies and that's why they were stupid enough to vote for him. I think its downhill for the country. I am very scared what the next 4 years will bring. Bush does not care about the other half of the country that did not vote for him. He will ignore our needs continue to support the wealthy and big business over the people and the environment. No stem cell research which I believe is so important to finding cures. I don't trust him to defend this country or to care about the good name of this country which he trashed.

November 3, 2004
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I think that everyone is entitled to their opinion, but classifying that republicans are all religious I think is false. I think that bush has made many mistakes in office, but so have other presidents. I think time will tell how it goes.

November 3, 2004
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Stunned is a good word for this gun tottin, gay bashin, woman hatin excuse for a man( sorry I'm pissed too) who is definetely a wolf in sheep's clothing.

What else can we do? Anyone with suggestions besides illegal ones?

November 3, 2004
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Hmm! Four more years of a poor economy, high unemployment, a No Child Left Behind program that is backed financially, dying American soldiers....geez what do we have to be depressed about?

November 3, 2004
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This is exactly why I hate cliches, two party politics, and organized religion.

People are so ruled by their Egos.
I don't want to be on the side that's winning. I voted but not for Bush or Kerry. I want change but I don't see it happening by doing what we have done for centuries.....
Why is it we have two parties? Now we have Libertarians, constitutional, and independent, and green party.

No one ever talks about these cause they are the minorities....Why?

November 3, 2004
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I think Kerry would have been the better man for the job but I will stand behind Bush as my president even though I do not agree with some of his policies. Clinton was a good president and I'm not just saying that because he is from my home state. I think he had a better grasp of things and thought them thru more than Bush has. Had Clinton been in office on September 11th, I think our war situation would be different. Bush sent us in very unprepared and we have lost too many lives to that reason. Even though I am a Christian and I have my beliefs, I still belive that anyone in this world has the righ to love and marry whom they choose wheter it be same sex or not. Just my thoughts.

~~fairy~~

November 3, 2004
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Aces:

No one said all republicans are religious. It's just that Bush has appealed to the religious right on purpose, because they are IN GENERAL a highly vocal support group that feeds off of fear and doubt. Which is also what Bush excels at.

And as for the liberal media? What? That is such a bunch of mis-information. I read, I do my political homework, I am not so stupid as to be "fooled" by the liberal media and their evil agenda to turn this country into a land of equality, with freedom of expression snd religion. God forbid!

In what ways has Bush been good for this country? He has refused to join the Kyoto treaty, the economy has gone in the tank, he has rolled back environmental protections, given massive tax cuts to the wealthiest 1% of the population, and has turned the whole world against us.

And may I remind you that this country was founded on the principles of religious freedom AND the separartion of church and state.

I too, am supremely disappointed in the American public. I wish us "radicals" could just go found our own country.

It is great for Obama. Here in COLO. we also have a new democratic senator. But we have lost everything else. Now the supreme court. This is just such a crime against progress.

November 3, 2004
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I thought about voting Nader, but had a better chance of being heard if I voted Kerry. ALso I don't know enough about Nader.

I think we need a civil war. I'm against war, but we need to stand up for ourselves, and back our beliefs. How must Cheeney feel? His affiliation with W makes him a contradiction to himself, his own daughter is gay.

WE need more stem cell reasearch.

November 3, 2004
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Hungary is pulling out of Iraq

November 3, 2004
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The Bush's are what the Kennedy's
want to be when they grow up.

November 3, 2004
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You know, UtahGirl, no one is saying anything about religion. This is the first thing you mention in all your posts. It's like you're hypnotized or something...

BUSH is not equal to GOD. Your stance on "religion" is weak.

I'm so embarassed. At least I can hold up my own head as an example.

November 3, 2004
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:p

I'm a libertarian. I hate the fact that we have a two party system, I identify with neither republicans nor democrats. I voted for Nader last time around and got totally lambasted by friends and family alike...which sucks, it's MY choice who I vote for. Why should I be forced to chose between the lesser of two evils? A pez dispenser vs. a rich boy who doesn't know how to say "nuclear". That scares me.

People are so caught up in stupid partisan politics. Arguing back and forth, making snide little jabs - whatever happened to the ideals of the framers of the constitution, those noble men who envisioned an educated populace that had the capacity to handle taking part in a democracy.

It's difficult to want to vote when you know, electoral college and all, your vote doesn't *really* matter.

Anyways who gets all their news from one source? Morons, that's who. Everyone with an ounce of intelligence should realize that you can go to the news sites of other countries and get more accurate news about our own friggin' country. But who's surprised? Yellow journalism has been responsible for so many debacles in american history that it makes me sick.

I'm so tired of people who don't put effort into the democratic system, who rely on corrupt and narcissistic politicians to govern them rather than actively trying to govern themselves. Can't be bothered, too busy, what the hell, what's more important than the governing body of our nation....John Locke, anyone? Social Contract, anyone?

Ugh ugh ugh. I'm so depressed. I watched Good Morning America and I was like, how can all those states be red?

November 3, 2004
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HarryO, I don't understand your comment. It doesn't make any sense. The Kennedys were here long before the Bush family. They were around way back when American citizens had something to be proud of, back when the leaders of our country had vision and strength. But as it stands, at this moment we are being represented by a spoilt schoolyard bully. I'm completely ashamed to be alive in this country, not to mention this state of Texas

November 3, 2004
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In fact, HarryO, you sound like a bully yourself.

This Bush person has everyone so hypnotized it's shocking to say the least. Scary and unbelievable.

Has anyone seen the Manchurian Candidate? They plant those little computer chips right under the skin.......

November 3, 2004
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Well, hell, we may as well all stand in line for those stupid little chips....

I have a gay son. What am I supposed to expect for his safe existence in this country? My other son is 18. Is he going to be drafted now? I know I've heard that was rumor but None of us know what is up the proverbial republican sleeve. My daughter is 10/11 Nov 22 (Kennedy died that day) She is so outspoken about politics and this election will severely disappoint her. I want to do something and am NOT OPPOSED to civil war either.

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