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    If you are a Kerry Supporter please post in the reasons to vote for Kerry thread. I am looking for Positive things for both candidates on all issues. These threads are not for slamming.

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    I think Bush is stronger with his National Defense policies. To me its the most important issue after 911.

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    Bush is not stronger on national defense..and in the post 9/11 world you can be assured that fighting terrorism and keeping attacks off our soil will be a PRIORITY of any administration (dem or rep)..

    You can make a very good argument that Bush isn't doing nearly enough to fight terrorism..Putting 150,000 US troops in Iraq and spending over 100 billion on Iraq is taking the resources away from fighting terrorism..Al qeada is the enemy...saddam and his crook administartion was pilfeing the iraqui people to line their pockets...they were the furthest thing from devout fanaticle muslims..

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    bman,

    this thread is for positive things on bush. There is a thread for Kerry as well.

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    Bush pledges not to raise taxes
    Bush pledges to keep anti-terrorism a top priority
    Bush pledges to keep creating new jobs
    Bush assures Americans that the Gas prices will go down
    Bush swears that OBL will be caught
    Bush has bigger ears...

    LL


    (See my Kerry remarks in that thread)

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    he isn't kerry...

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    300,000 new jobs added this month.
    300,000 new jobs added last month.
    The Economy is doing great.
    We must stay the course in the war on terror.
    Making changes in a time of war shows weakness.
    If Osama had a vote it would be for Kerry!

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    Clean up the airwaves..
    Get Howard Stern off the air
    Christinaize the US
    Ban Gays in the workforce
    Continue dismantling 30 years of environmental law
    completely end the clean air act
    decide which arab country need a regime change next
    let halliburton make that decision for him
    finally move the white house to Bagdad
    continue to ignore al qeada
    continue to to occupy Iraq
    Continue friendship with Saudi Terrorists
    spend 800 billion dollars to send a matchbox car to jupiter
    finally have sex with Tony Blair
    continue to talk about the liberation of the iraqui people while we make naked pyramids of them
    contine stumbling over words
    thankgod everyday that 9/11 happened so the real agenda could occur..
    and FINALLY SHOW UP FOR NAYTIONAL GUARD DUTY

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    bman - how old are you?

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by jets5ever[/i]@May 7 2004, 10:08 AM
    [b] bman - how old are you? [/b][/quote]
    only young people can differ in opinion from you?

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    I think four more years of Bush will be great!
    He just might finally show up for national guard duty and finally string four sentences together on his own.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by yourworstmemory+May 7 2004, 10:11 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>[b]QUOTE[/b] (yourworstmemory @ May 7 2004, 10:11 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--jets5ever[/i]@May 7 2004, 10:08 AM
    [b] bman - how old are you? [/b][/quote]
    only young people can differ in opinion from you? [/b][/quote]
    No, I want to know how old he is. I&#39;m curious. You guys are new to this board, in the past we&#39;ve all said how old we were, etc. I&#39;m 29.


    I didn&#39;t realize that you can read minds....

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    im new to this board? i joined 2 days after you...


    and yes you did insuate that...

    i can&#39;t read minds but i do get glimpses into the future every once and a while...just weird small things though

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by yourworstmemory[/i]@May 7 2004, 11:05 AM
    [b] im new to this board? i joined 2 days after you...


    and yes you did insuate that...

    i can&#39;t read minds but i do get glimpses into the future every once and a while...just weird small things though [/b][/quote]
    5ever posted way before this current format of the board.


    I am going to vote for bush. The reason are I am happy with how he dealt with the economy. My life is pretty good right now. I am happy with the status quo. These are all very selfish reasons. I dont really see the alternative of what John Kerry is offering. All partisan talk aside, I don&#39;t see how his vision will improve my life. There fore my vote is for the status quo where I like where I live and make a good living.


    That being said, I dont think that my life would be drastically altered if Kerry were elected. So If he is elected, I would not mind it.

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    the entire presidential election is overrated...

    actually i posted before the new board as well...i just forgot about it...has it been over a year already? wow...i don&#39;t even remember what the other board looked like now...that must explain why more than half the people on the board joined within a 2 or 3 day period :)

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by yourworstmemory[/i]@May 7 2004, 11:05 AM
    [b] im new to this board? i joined 2 days after you...


    and yes you did insuate that...

    i can&#39;t read minds but i do get glimpses into the future every once and a while...just weird small things though [/b][/quote]
    Did you know that you were going to be homeless before you actually became homeless? If so that would have been good. You could have worn warmer socks that day.

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    actually i chose to be homeless...and its not like i didn&#39;t have clothes...i lived in a car...and all my s**t was in the trunk...its just that the car died about 6 months through and we just parked it in an apartment complex and lived in it until we sold it...

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    Man of principle.
    A strong, true leader (not a flip flopper).
    Lowered my tax bill.
    Presided over the largest economic growth in 30 years.
    Decimated the taliban and freed afghanistan.
    Led the charge to cripple al quada worldwide.
    Eliminated iraqi baath party and freed iraq.
    No domestic terrorists attacks in over two years.
    Forced nuclear inspectors into iraq, libya, iran and north korea without firing a shot.
    Force libya out of the WMD club.
    Has not subverted American policy and sovereignty to the farce called the united nations.
    Supports a strong defense and strong intelligence.
    Fights the war on terror as a war and not a legal exercise.
    Has a good sense of humor and great personality.
    A family man.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Spirit of Weeb[/i]@May 7 2004, 04:18 PM
    [b] Man of principle.
    A strong, true leader (not a flip flopper).
    Lowered my tax bill.
    Presided over the largest economic growth in 30 years.
    Decimated the taliban and freed afghanistan.
    Led the charge to cripple al quada worldwide.
    Eliminated iraqi baath party and freed iraq.
    No domestic terrorists attacks in over two years.
    Forced nuclear inspectors into iraq, libya, iran and north korea without firing a shot.
    Force libya out of the WMD club.
    Has not subverted American policy and sovereignty to the farce called the united nations.
    Supports a strong defense and strong intelligence.
    Fights the war on terror as a war and not a legal exercise.
    Has a good sense of humor and great personality.
    A family man. [/b][/quote]
    Well put

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    YWM -

    I meant new to this [i]specific political forum[/i], not JI proper. "Board" was a poor choice of words, however and I can see why you misunderstood me....

    I didn&#39;t [i]imply[/i] anything and you certainly have no idea as to what I am thinking. Like I said, us "regulars" and long-timers here all basically know some basic biographical information about each other. Some threads have even been started about it. It was NOT accusatory.

    How old are you? I am 29. I am married. I have no kids yet, but hope to be lucky enough to one day soon. I am an Irish Catholic by upbringing and do go to church every Sunday, yet ironically consider myself to be an agnostic. My wife is a believing Catholic. I am quite conservative philosophically, yet haven&#39;t voted GOP at any level since 1996. I am probably a libertarian, yet more socially moderate than they tend to be. I work as an equity analyst and live on Boston&#39;s South Shore, but grew up in Mountain Lakes, NJ which is why I am a Jets fan.

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