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View Poll Results: In the US election, who would you vote for?
Bush 30 57.69%
Kerry 15 28.85%
Nader 1 1.92%
One of the other shmucks... 2 3.85%
I can't vote down there, don'tcha know: I'm a Canadian, eh! 2 3.85%
I can't vote: I have no higher brain functions, and I smell... 2 3.85%
Voters: 52. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 11-01-2004, 11:27 PM   #21
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I voted Kerry (literally, my absentee was sent in) and I am very confident in my vote.
As you should be, Kerry will take Michy for sure. It'* the way things always go.
Lets hope so. Michigan is pretty split. From living on both sides of this state, the west side is more conservative, and the east, generally around the Detroit areas are more liberal. Yet as you get closer to Grand Rapids, it becomes more liberal. I dunno, this state is screwy.
When I was in Michgan on my way to Detroit this past weekend, there were nothing but Bush/Cheaney Billboards on the side of 94. I couldn't wait to get back in Illinois. (I guess I just gave myself away)
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There are plenty of Bush voters near Detroit. I'm not saying everyone is liberal over there. But there are many Kerry supporters around there, not just ones with political signs.
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Ya, most Democrats/Liberal dont really smear their choices in your face...at least thats what I have noticed over the last 3 months. It leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
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Arnold in '08...
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Ya, most Democrats/Liberal dont really smear their choices in your face...at least thats what I have noticed over the last 3 months. It leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
I live in the detroit area and have definetly seen just as many kerry signs as bush signs... i think the giant lawn sign is rediculous either way.. but to each his own
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All opinions aside, we will find out the results today!! Well, most of the results.
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I voted Kerry (literally, my absentee was sent in) and I am very confident in my vote.
As you should be, Kerry will take Michy for sure. It'* the way things always go.
Lets hope so. Michigan is pretty split. From living on both sides of this state, the west side is more conservative, and the east, generally around the Detroit areas are more liberal. Yet as you get closer to Grand Rapids, it becomes more liberal. I dunno, this state is screwy.
Yes, very true. The "inner-city" areas typically are more Democratic. It'* not screwy in Michigan! That'* how it is in most areas.

As for me, I'm voting for Kerry. It'* been a long, hard decision and honestly I don't care for either. The alternatives aren't strong (Nader & Sharpton). Typically, as a straight ticket Republican, I would vote a 100% Republican ticket. But as disgusted as I am with the economy and lies, my vote is against W....forcing me to vote for Kerry. If he'* elected office, I just hope his wife can keep her cool!!
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Old 11-02-2004, 11:23 AM   #28
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Ya, most Democrats/Liberal dont really smear their choices in your face...at least thats what I have noticed over the last 3 months. It leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
Dems are the ones that do protests and hold up everyone, now that looks really bad.
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a "giant douche" or a "turd sandwhich".....
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Ya, most Democrats/Liberal dont really smear their choices in your face...
The responses in this thread (so far) are indicating the exact opposite. Interesting.
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