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Spyder F-16

Amerika ist Wunderbar

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#1 15 years ago

Of hearing all the complaints about who did or didnt get into office. I thought that as soon as the election would be over, the crap would stop, but no. It keeps coming... I actually had to walk out of the building I was in because i was taking fire as I was the only one in that area that didnt have the same political preference as them. (I didnt say anything about the preference, my Camoflauge hat tipped them off.). The election's over. Kerry threw in the towel. We're stuck with who was elected, now can we just not leave it rest?




FireSphere

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#2 15 years ago

It depends on what sort of complaint it was. Was it a complaint about how Bush got into office (which should now stop), or was it a complaint about Bush's performance in office (which should not stop). People that keep telling me that Bush stole the election piss me off.




mEkImIrMe

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#3 15 years ago

The first election I would admit was very close, however it was proven that Bush won. And with a democrat in office (Clinton) I would think that he could get the most accurate vote counting to help Gore, but I suppose that has to be ignored because thats not for sure. Up until this election I couldn't believe democrats were still bitching about it, I mean you have 4 years to get over it and prepare to beat Bush. It seemed to me that you would rather bitch about Bush not being properly elected then support Kerry. Election 2004 proved to us that Florida is Pro-Bush, and it also proved that Bush won by a proportional majority. For Democrats to still deny this is mind blowing to me of how ignorant you have to be. If you accept Bush's win for a second term and are a Democrat I advice you to stop reading because the following will be criticizing Democrats and is not intended for you. Democrats *tisk *tisk you should blame the election on anything else but the Presidential candidate because you are just blaming other people for YOUR lose. Maybe a month or two out of Election 2000 would have been semi-appropriate but 4 years and 2 elections and your still bitching about Bush's presidential nomination? You don't know how stupid you sound to anyone else that doesn't agree with you. Get over it... Its only 4 years. We are still a democracy and if Bush does anything huge that we don't agree then we can change it.

Independent Party mEk :-) However yes I was pro-Bush *smirk*




FireSphere

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#4 15 years ago

:agreed Yep.




Spyder F-16

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#5 15 years ago

Thank you Mek. All i've heard from the squad that was whining was how much they hate bush and all republicans.




Mihail Advanced Member

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#6 15 years ago

It does not matter who votes for who, what does matter is who counts them.




Napalm

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#7 15 years ago

So everyone who wins an election cheats....




-Logic-Is-A-Virtue-

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#8 15 years ago

Just ignore Mihail and his unsubstantiated conspiracy theories. Bush won fair and square both elections and there is nothing anyone can do to change that. What democrats should be doing is preparing for the next election because they have some serious work ahead. Republicans control the Senate by five senators which basically translates into a 10 vote difference, they also control the House of Representatives by a large proportion, on top of this the already Republican held Supreme Court is going to become even more concervative as Bush may be able to appoint up to three new Judges. Judging by the layout of Congress I think he will have no problem appointing any super-conservative, right-wingers that he wants. The future looks bright.:beer: