Are you going to vote tomorrow?

Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Ben42, Nov 1, 2004.

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Are you going to vote tomorrow?

  1. Yes. I alway vote for President. (or have voted early)

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  2. Yes. I usually don't but this time I will.

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  3. No. I never vote.

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  4. No. I usually do, but can't stand anyone this year.

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  1. Ben42

    Ben42 Semi-Pro

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    Will you vote tomorrow?
     
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  2. tykrum

    tykrum Rookie

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    Yes, I am looking forward to getting my first chance to vote in a major election. I missed out being able to vote by one day two years ago, but I have been waiting longer than that to have my voice finally be heard. I think its a shame that some don't think that it is not worth their time to educate themselves about the candidates and align themselves with one that they feel would do a better job in office.
     
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  3. Camilio Pascual

    Camilio Pascual Hall of Fame

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    Yes. I will vote early and often.
     
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  4. Burt Turkoglu

    Burt Turkoglu Rookie

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    ......Bush/Cheney......pleassssssssse
     
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  5. tennismx

    tennismx New User

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    Bush! Bush! Bush!

    I would vote tomorrow but I am only 17. However, I am getting my older friends to vote. Those that are undecided are voting Bush for me. Haha. Power of the people.

    VOTE BUSH/CHENEY
     
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  6. mlee2

    mlee2 Rookie

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    Not voting is the same thing as a vote for Bush. Remember that, Kerry supporters.

    Stats show majority of last-minute voters and the 18-30 demographic would vote for Kerry, that's if they get off their asses.

    My generation's laziness will be the cause of disasters in the next four years.
     
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  7. @wright

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    Kerry/Edwards is the vote of the young, trendy credit spender. Lazy bastards will probably not turn out in as good of numbers as they should. They may not need to.
     
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