Kerry Just Conceeded

Discussion in 'Politics' started by one_raven, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. one_raven God is a Chinese Whisper Valued Senior Member

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    He just called Bush to conceed a few minutes ago.

    It's over.
     
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  3. dsdsds Valued Senior Member

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    Congratulations to Bush. And condolences to America.

    YOOOOU'LL BEEEEE SOOOORRRY!!!!
     
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  5. Quigly ......................... ..... Registered Senior Member

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    Kerry knew he didn't have a chance to win Ohio. He figured that he didn't want to drag this out two weeks to lose anyway. That would just make him look bad.
     
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  7. Truenemo1889 Registered Senior Member

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    Oh the humanity.........
     
  8. melodicbard Registered Senior Member

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    The result defies logic. I am speechless.
     
  9. truth Registered Senior Member

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    I am excited that Bush, far better move for the country than Kerry! Wahoo!

    Though I severely dislike Kerry, I have to give him respect for gracious enough to concede and not drag this out. Despite all that went on in the election, he appears to be behaving as a gentleman.
     
  10. Star_One Registered Senior Member

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    Ah ****

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    Damm Yanks (i am refering to the one's who voted for bush)
     
  11. whitewolf asleep under the juniper bush Registered Senior Member

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    So Kerry really was an idiot. Ok. I can live with that.

    /curses a lot.
     
  12. Vlad Registered Senior Member

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    Bye Kerry..back to Liberal obscurity for you. Thanks for coming.

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,137486,00.html

    The greatest thing about this victory is that America has sent strong messages. Particularly to France and other corrupt, bitter European countries that you don't push us around. We stand behind our values and our actions and we don't nned you. We haven't for 50 years and we don't now. Also to Usama Bin Laden; we don't retreat from out dedication to killing you and every one of your scum-ridden brethren.

    I also would like to extend a helping hand of eat sh*t to Michael Moore and the revolutionary Chomskyite left. Looks like all your antics failed to move peoples minds. Same goes for the posse of vacuous celebrity limousine liberals. When did these idiots get it into their head that their opinion rcounts? George Soros..well done for wasting 10 million dollars.

    4 more years indeed.
     
  13. Closet Philosopher Off to Laurentian University Registered Senior Member

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    Indeed
     
  14. dsdsds Valued Senior Member

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    Logic. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha .... Logic! .... Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha ............Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha ...Heee Hee Hee.. **snort**.. **sniff sniff ..**snort** ..... Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha .....

    Here's some logic:

    Today, Bush = America AND America = Bush.
     
  15. Nebula Occasionally Frequent Registered Senior Member

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    Once again, the American people have been scammed by slogan-shouting fear monger.

    It was interesting to note the priorities that voters cited as the basis for their choice of candidate in this election.

    Voters stated "moral values" were the single most significant issue to them, followed by the war on terror, Iraq (I'm not sure why it was a separate choice), the economy and healthcare.

    It's kind of alarming to see something as subjective and ambiguous as "moral values" being stated as the main factor contributing to Bush's re-election. Which "moral values" does Bush hold that distinguishes him from Kerry? Bush & Kerry's positions regarding the other issues are fairly different, yet votes must have felt that these differences were trivial compared to the candidate's differences in moral fiber.

    Nevermind the failing war on terror (which they are losing faster than the war on drugs), nevermind the absolute atrocity in Iraq or the record number of job losses and plummeting US dollar. What's important to the American people is Bush has a stronger moral fiber, which is evident...how? Because he says he stands for all Americans? Is it because he hates fags? Maybe that's it! He knows which minorities the American populace would like to deny rights to. It doesn't matter that gay marriage, whether prohibited or permitted, would not affect the day-to-day life of the majority of Americans.

    Agh...i have to head to class but you can be sure I'll be posting plenty on this topic.

    America: though it may not happen immediately, you have just guaranteed your eventual demise.

    (I apologize for not knowing/citing the exact source for some of my statements. I was trying to watch to many channels at once last night.)
     
  16. whitewolf asleep under the juniper bush Registered Senior Member

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    To each his own. That's all that can be said. Let us have a virtual party and celebrate the victory of Pres. Elect G.W. This time we got wat we wanted and what we deserve, it is clear.
     
  17. top mosker Ariloulaleelay Registered Senior Member

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    50% = Bush >50% = Kerry does not = (Bush = America)

    The country is still divided. Bush Still sucks. Kerry is still a giant douche.

    Get on with your lives.
     
  18. one_raven God is a Chinese Whisper Valued Senior Member

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    Kerry conceded because it was more than just unlikely that he would win.
    It was clear he wasn't going to win, and the stigma of being "a cry-baby like Gore" would risk ending his political career.
    I'm sure his advisors told him that a bitter battle, like last time, would not only cause the rift between the people of different parties in this country to spread, but make a mockery of the election system in the country in front of the world again (but even more people were watching this time).

    It was better for his career and for the country that he conceded.
     
  19. CounslerCoffee Registered Senior Member

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    You're right. We should have rolled over like Spain and let the terrorists tell us how to vote.
     
  20. Logically Unsound wwaassuupp and so on Registered Senior Member

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    yes letting terrorists dictate your lives is always the way to go CC.
     
  21. dsdsds Valued Senior Member

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    America = One democratic nation = elected Bush therefor

    Bush = America

    All this crap about "America being deeply devided" Boo hoo hoo.. poor America , well fuck you. revolt, separate, move. Do something or you (we) are all hypocrites. 40% of you didn't even vote. bunch of losers.
     
  22. invert_nexus Ze do caixao Valued Senior Member

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    crap.

    Simple as that.
     
  23. one_raven God is a Chinese Whisper Valued Senior Member

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    What is it about those that voted that makes them hypocrites in any way?
     

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