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Discussion in 'Elections' started by Father Ted, Oct 22, 2004.
Try this out
for me: Kerry 70%, Bush 20%
Only 2 candidates? This sucks.
Bush 75% Kerry 24%
Kerry 90%, Bush 7%.
I think the Bush number is a little high, though.
for me: Kerry 76%, Bush 20%
Fvck AOL anyway.
Well, if there's one thing you'd agree on with Bush, it's being high...
Interesting...I guess this would valididate my belief that I'm a moderate that leans to the right
are there any of these survey things that have all of the candidates, including the fringe parties?
Kerry 93%, Bush 5%
I'm trying to think what that 5% is.
I think that's about right. Wish it broke down the scores a bit more, like which areas tended to be leaning which direction.
Bush 79%, Kerry 16%
I've seen one of those, and in fact IIRC AOL's did in 2000, but don't know where one is now.
Kerry 58%, Bush 28%.
If this election demonstrates nothing else, it's that there are only fringe parties
I wonder if these folks who systematically sort out the candidates positions have considered that in 2000, Bush had no stated intention of being a budget-busting nation builder in Iraq who wants amnesty for illegal aliens.
Or that if you peruse Kerry's positions he's on both sides of everything.
I'm sure the 8% comes from not wanting the immediate withdrawl of troops from Iraq. I can't imagine it being from anything else.
Kerry doesnt want it either.