|Mattyk ||05-21-2004 09:51 AM |
If the election was today...
Let's see if The Warpath can predict who will be the next prez
|BrudLee ||05-21-2004 09:57 AM |
I'm sticking with the current administration.
[u]Now[/u] who's the fascist moderator? ;)
|Sammy Baugh Fan ||05-21-2004 10:18 AM |
I'm going with Bush.
|hi-jinx ||05-21-2004 11:34 AM |
I'd vote for Hitler before I'd vote for Bush, at least Hitler was a leader.
|Mattyk ||05-21-2004 11:41 AM |
I'm on the 'anybody but bush' bandwagon.
|Bozzy ||05-21-2004 11:58 AM |
|RedskinRat ||05-21-2004 01:25 PM |
Gibbs in '04!
|JWsleep ||05-21-2004 02:05 PM |
No, he's gotta win a few more superbowls first. Gibbs in '08!!!
|Portis ||05-21-2004 06:25 PM |
Anyone but Bush, please. I don't want us to go on another war. I don't really trust him; he can wake up one morning and call a war on the "Axis of evil" then goes on war with the regimes of Iran and North Korea.
|Defensewins ||05-21-2004 06:44 PM |
I just moved to Houston, Texas. G.W. Bush's home town. I have met many people here that voted for him in the last election, but will not be voting him this time. I think he has worn out his welcome.
|Gmanc711 ||05-21-2004 06:56 PM |
Bush is long gone. Kerry is the obvious choice for a winner. I personally am not high on either of them. Maybe we could have had Howard Dean, if he didnt let out that " Manic War-Cry"
|SmootSmack ||05-21-2004 07:26 PM |
Just happened to stumble upon this just now:
|Daseal ||05-21-2004 09:48 PM |
I'm going with Kerry. Not only is his wife AWESOME (one of the largest contributers to charities in the world. Formerly married to the Heinz guy!) She also isn't your typical can't say anything bad first lady. You don't see her around because she drops the F bomb in every other sentence!
I don't think Kerry will be a great leader, but I think he'll be a lot better than these idiots in office now. Hello, my name is foreign policy, have we met?
Another term of bush and Iraqi prisoners will be sent to concentration camps where they're simply gassed in showers. But that's ok, they don't fall under the Geneva convention. Right? . . .
My biggest worry is Nader taking just enough of the vote that Kerry losses.
|hi-jinx ||05-21-2004 10:43 PM |
Personally I think the best guy in politics is Mcain. Since Kerry is his friend I am still hoping that some how he can talk Mcain into being his VP. That ticket would run over Bush even with his brother cheating in Florida,
|Mattyk ||05-22-2004 12:04 AM |
I don't think Nader will have the same effect he did last time around. I voted for Nader last time because it was bascially an F-U vote to Al Bush. Too bad there's not enough room for more than two parties in this country.
This time around I think most of us who voted for Nader last time realize how important it is to get Bush outta there.
As for Dean I really had high hopes for him, but unfortunately that maniac speech and scream did him in.
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