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« Reply #15 on: Mar 8th, 2004, 04:52am »

No actually I was reading an artical, and he did serve in Vietnam.
He is against pre-emptive strikes(and the War on terrorism in Iraq), and the current foreign affairs 'initiatives'.

It seems as though he has a very ambiguous ideology. What could be a possibility(that I doubt a lot), that some of his 'suspect ideology' is but a way of getting into the presidential seat(saying what the Americans generally believe). He probably is a breakthrough comapred the current tirany however, even if he does still support war.

The Bush campaign has some strong 'bully' arguments against Kerry(strong in an American sense). Maybe he deserves it I don't know tongue. And Kerry seems to have some strong arguments too, so its basically up to whether ot not Americans want to change or stick to the extremely conservative Bush reign.(or so is my impression)

I hope Kerry does win though, against Bush.
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« Reply #16 on: Mar 12th, 2004, 01:48am »

Think of it this way: Anyone has got to be better than Bush.
Kerry must have only campaigned against the war after he had served.
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« Reply #17 on: Mar 16th, 2004, 05:47am »

Yes, I think so, on both counts
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« Reply #18 on: Mar 25th, 2004, 08:12am »

Gore was sadly even worse so then Bush. I'll give Bush credit where credit is due, had Gore been in office when 9/11 occured we still wouldn't know wth is going on. Bush keeps putting nails in his coffin from my standpoint. One of his re-election ads features/featured the 9/11 scene in the background. Even his conservative supporters then looked at him with an upturned eyebrow while everyone else told him he was ignorant for doing such a thing. Gore vs Bush was extremely close, and Kerry is a hellva lot better then Bush so we shall see..
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« Reply #19 on: Mar 28th, 2004, 06:06am »

I don't know whether Gore would have been worse if he'd succeeded. At least Gore has a brain of some sort, even if he is a lying, cheating, backstabbing jerk.
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« Reply #20 on: Apr 2nd, 2004, 01:49am »

okay then heheh.

Yeh, I don't know enough about American society to know how this will turn out(obviously) or what the trend is.
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« Reply #21 on: Jun 1st, 2004, 10:41pm »

i believe john kerry will be the next president. If he is not and bush is re - elected, america is an ignorant country.

but do people really think kerry is just going to swoop in and save little america from the big bad bush?
sure, kerry's views and promises we have heard do sound encouraging - but whose to say these will actually be carried out? for all we know kerry could be in kahoots with bush. Sounds crazy, but its possible.
bush will have to have realised he doesnt have the support needed to continue his war - so in comes kerry, the good cop, ready to 'save the day' from the bad cop.
A bit of an out-there theory but would anyone really be surprised if kerry doesnt turn out to be the knight in shining armour he appears? What with all the secret organisations, the lies and dirty secrets america is hiding, its a little too possible for my liking.

Call me paranoid, but whoever is president, america is forever going to be the 'bad country' in a lot of peoples minds.
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« Reply #22 on: Jun 2nd, 2004, 01:39am »

I am also sceptical as to whether or not Kerry will be a great president. I haven't seen much hype about him, of course there was the initial hype, but other than that, his policies haven't been that strongly advertised(Atleast to me).
Of course I don't really expect much of him, and some of the policies I have heard him talk about seem a little hesitant. Also, as you were saying, the power of the secret agencies and spy networks can get to people's heads.
But if Kerry does increase education standards and minimises to patriotic bias of the country, that could be a strong step in the path toward internal equality followed by global equality.
What do you think?
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« Reply #23 on: Jun 2nd, 2004, 02:10am »

Kerry really doesn't seem like a very strong leader (a bi like Australia's Mr Howard). He seems like the sort of guy that bowsw to every power and tries to pleas3e everyone. Bush may be a complete and utter fool, but he is very stuborn.
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« Reply #24 on: Jun 3rd, 2004, 06:00am »

Yeh. Of course I don't know that much about Kerry, I'm just stipulating.
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« Reply #25 on: Nov 26th, 2004, 5:40pm »

well, for the sake of historical accuracy, George W. Bush won a second term in office cry , as anyone who reads this will doubtlessly know already.
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« Reply #26 on: Jul 30th, 2006, 08:59am »

Yeah. I was really sad when I found out. He's screwed up alot already and his screw ups has effected people outside of the US. At least I don't have him as president.
It was pretty much expected though. Kerry was not a great opponent.
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« Reply #27 on: May 26th, 2007, 06:28am »

Mr. Bush is a nice person . Would love to see him in Office.







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