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Discussion in 'Elections' started by Ian McCracken, Nov 13, 2004.
The Mandate: http://www.uselectionatlas.org/USPRESIDENT/national.php?f=0
Somehow seeing that make a famous Forrest Gump line jump out at me.
Biggest below 3 point landslide in history! Woohoo Ian! Keep celebrating.
You know what I find interesting? That Badnarik almost won the bronze.
Life is like a box of chocolates?
If we're going to start being cute with numbers, then it would be completely appropriate to recognize that John Kerry is more popular than Ronald Reagan ever was.
George W. Bush/Richard Cheney (Republican) - 60,703,179; 50.95%
John Kerry/John Edwards (Democratic) - 57,303,128; 48.09%
Ralph Nader/Peter Camejo (Independent) - 416,594; 0.35%
Michael Badnarik/Richard Campagna (Libertarian) - 389,933; 0.33%
Other - 338,055; 0.28%
I swear I could look at this all day long.
The best thing about visiting the President is the food! Now, since it was all free, and I wasn't hungry but thirsty, I must've drank me fifteen Dr. Peppers.
GW 4 more years then another republican will win and 4 more years. Then that republican will be re elected and 4 more years. Then etc etc etc
Considering the craphole we're in after 4 years, something tells me the people will get a clue and want a change after another 4. After all, 58.5 million of us already voted for a change.
Bingo. Short of something extremely positive happening in the next four years (massive economic turnaround, and end to the Iraq war, huge progression in war on terror and foreign relations, etc.) I think the next Democrat to run (as long as they're a decent cadidate) stands a very good chance.
So change your undies and wash them for a change. That is the only change your likely to get.
Ah, so witty. Too bad you can't differentiate between your and you're. I bet you voted for Bush.
Damn near voted for him.
A truly intelligent comment.