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  1. #21  
    NBC projects President Bush wins Ohio, but Kerry's camp says he will win when all votes are counted.
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    NPR is saying it's too close to call. Kerry's camp says when all the numbers are in, he'll win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTreo
    NPR is saying it's too close to call. Kerry's camp says when all the numbers are in, he'll win.
    Wishful thinking, unfortunately.

    I'm convinced this thing is over.
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    It isn't over yet, but damn it looks grim. An ***** is re-elected,
    meanwhile food for thought:
    http://forums.prospero.com/n/mb/disp...rts&msg=1586.1

    Goodnight all, I can be aleast proud that most everyone voted, and if the outcome is toward the right, so be it, majority rules, minority rights.
    When the dark clouds gather on the horizon, when thunder and lightning fills the sky, When fate is but a glint in the eye of a fallen Rattler, And hopes are lost friends, When the sinew of the chest grows weary from those hard-charging linebackers, And the muscles in the legs grow tired from those hard-charging running backs ... You must remember that the Rattlers will... Strike, Strike, and Strike again.
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    I sit possible- now that the outcome seems certain that W. will win with a popular vote majority as well as gains in both congressional houses- that we can put the invectives and insult-hurling behind us and possibly look to uniting as a country to face the problems we do as a united country???? Nah.....
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    The country will still be divided even if Bush wins 51% of the popular vote. 49% of people did not vote for him. That is still a LOT of people.
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    11 days to verify Ohio ? That will be a lot of Demo whinning.
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    When will the "Demowhining" stop ?
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    dl, you're an embarrassment, and i'm a repulican. quit you're pettiness.
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    Not petty, true, all the messages are whining, republican or democrat, whining is whining. A whining republican is no better !

    The complaining needs to stop !
    Last edited by dlbrummels; 11/03/2004 at 07:41 AM.
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    now is a time to pull together and work towards our common destiny!

    Hillary in 2008
  13.    #33  
    he won by 3 million
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    biggest vote of confidence ever. even more than reagan
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    http://us.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/pages/results/
    At the moment Bush is leading but there is no final result yet..
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    I just wish we had more control of what PalmOne released as a Smartphone !
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    Well I've woken up and the people have apparently spoken. And in a funny way maybe it won't be too bad W won, now he can go down in history for the way he handled Iraq. Good or bad history will decide.
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    #38  
    Why is it that anytime someone to the left states an opinion or opposition it is labeled whining ? I'm in the 49% and will NEVER support what this administration stands for. If he won, so be it. That doesn't mean that the political debate in the country is over, it's just gonna take at least 4 more years of the current policy to show his supporters he's not really looking out for them.

    Oh, yes. GW won. I must stop thinking for myself and assimilate. Silly me.
  19. #39  
    True, but when you make mutiple posts about the same tired thing, it becomes whining after a while.

    I think that most of us would have liked better choices, but we have to move on and support our country.
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    Um, more people also voted this time. 18 years from now It's highly likely that someone else will get the "biggest" vote relative to 18 years prior.

    Quote Originally Posted by treobk214
    biggest vote of confidence ever. even more than reagan
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