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Desire

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#1 14 years ago

Are you Democrat or Republican? Who do you want to see win the White House in 2004? Personally, I'm a centrist, I don't support gay marriage, but I'm mostly pro-Democrat in the other areas. Why would you vote one way or another?




DragonNick

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#2 14 years ago

Bush was right to kill Iraq. Well, by kill I mean liberate, and by Iraq I mean Iraq. He is also doing a good job altogether. I mean, we aren't on the brink of world war or a huge depression, so since he's doing a good job props for t3h Republicans!




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#3 14 years ago

Neither, Infact I don't know what I am, but I know I don't support republican views. so Id vote anyone who was running vs bush




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#4 14 years ago

Lol, yes, Iraq is DEAD. We KILLED a country.




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#5 14 years ago

but then again thats like saying, I killed a bird with a RPG




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#6 14 years ago

I have minimal idea what a Democrat or Republican is, besides descriptions in an encyclopedia I read a while ago. Perhaps if it's possible to compare them to Conservative/Labour/Liberal parties here in Britain, I'll have a better idea?




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#7 14 years ago

Maybe I should be more serious. And I'm really only going to talk about the war, as that's the only thing I pay attention to. Ok, those of you who don't support the war...would you rather: A: Not remove saddam, and risk him maybe making bio/chem weapons (possibly nuclear) and using them on us... B: Remove saddam, and not only save us from his possible arsenals and only lose about 600 people doing it... or.. C: Focus on the terrorist "threat" in Afghanistan, etc. and save ourselves from a possible 2nd 9/11... I'd pick B. Not only because 600 or so men is a small price to pay for Saddam's oppressive rule to end, but now we are safe lest he ever decided to make some WMD. A, that's a dumb decision IMO, cuz, what? We are only losing like 600 men. Big deal (sorry to those families who had relatives die). C, well, that'd be my second choice. Of course, as soon as Iraq is rebuilt I'm sure that we'll refocus our efforts on Bin Laden, but until then...We did the right thing. EDIT: Matt, maybe you could tell us what those parties you mentioned are? Then we could tell you the closest american version...




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#8 14 years ago

im a democrate. I support gay marriges because i think its there buisness and goverment needs to stay out of it.DK's view is that the gays can do whatever they want as long as they let him watch.




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#9 14 years ago

Niether. Im a libertarian, and as far as Im concerned, neither republican nor democrat has offered a worthy candidate for me in this election. However, homeland security is always the biggest issue with me, and Ill support the man whos going to follow through with the war on terrorism, and that man sure as hell isn't John Kerry. Basically, Im going to vote with whoevers most electable, as is the case in most elections across the country. Im choosing the lesser of the two evils, lets say I vote for a libertarian candidate with not hope of winning, I see that as one less vote for Bush and one more John Kerry vote over mine.




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#10 14 years ago

Collectively the Democrats represent the Labor and Liberal groups, and the Republicans represent the Church, corporations, and conservative (pro-life, no stem cell research, ban gay/lesbian marriage, tax breaks, etc.)