Sciforums Democratic Primary

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Mystech, Feb 10, 2004.

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Which candidate do you support?

  1. Kerry

    8 vote(s)
    27.6%
  2. Clark

    2 vote(s)
    6.9%
  3. Edwards

    4 vote(s)
    13.8%
  4. Dean

    9 vote(s)
    31.0%
  5. Leiberman

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. Kusenni-what’s his name (Yeah right like anyone’s gonna’ pick him)

    2 vote(s)
    6.9%
  7. Alien Jesus Christ (Hey, you never know!)

    1 vote(s)
    3.4%
  8. Actually I was going to vote for Bush, so it doesn’t matter. (Hahaha, oh yeah right.)

    3 vote(s)
    10.3%
  1. Mystech Adult Supervision Required Registered Senior Member

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    If sciforums were a state, which candidate would it be supporting for the democratic party’s presidential candidate? Vote here for your personal pick.
     
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  3. Undecided Banned Banned

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    I feel like such a whore, sell out, creap, spit on shit. I voted Kerry.
     
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  5. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Staff Member

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    Just a humorous note. On CNN, a pundit--Begala, I think--just made the joke of the day. Regarding Al Gore's endorsement of Howard Dean, he said, "We can now say that Al Gore has lost his home state twice."
     
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  7. Stokes Pennwalt Nuke them from orbit. Registered Senior Member

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    Kerry.

    He used to be my second pick. I was liking Clark for a while, until he said some stupid shit about a flag burning amendment, his position on gun control (as if it matters), and Michael Moore endorsing him. Also, he was never liked in the military, because he was a very political officer, rather than a fraternal one.
     
  8. Mystech Adult Supervision Required Registered Senior Member

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    Guess you don't have to be well liked to be lord captain commander-eer Supreme allied commander of NATO.

    I voted Dean, he's out of the whole thing after one little scream, which is sort of stupid, but for a while there I was really excited. When kerry wins (and he will) I won't be all that sad, I mean hell, better him than Bush another term with Bush after all. But I'll still have to fantasize about killing him for not supporting homosexual marriage. We'll have to wait and see who he chooses as his running mate, maybe things could work out after all.
     
  9. hypewaders Save Changes Registered Senior Member

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    Voted Dean here. The netwerks could have maintained better ratings for Dem primaries if they hadn't so successfully hyped the Dean Scream. Now they have seemingly channeled the well-domesticated herd into one corral.

    If there is no significant upset in the Kerry stampede, I'll be grudgingly chewing the same cud as the Dem mainstream, even though I'll gag on the more disgusting re-feed. Kerry lacks the necessary understanding IMO that is necessary for diffusing the growing Mideast threat:

    "John Kerry Believes that history and our own best interests demand that the United States maintain a steady policy of friendship and support for Israel. As the only true democracy in the Middle East, Israel is our most important ally, and a critical partner in the quest for peace and security in this troubled region. America’s longstanding commitment to Israel’s independence and survival must never waver."

    Every Mideast initiative a future President Kerry might pursue would be ******** by this prejudice. Kerry if true to his platform could help to extricate the US from some Bushevik blunders, but will doubtfully produce any viable progress or solutions to the central Palestinian issue by perpetuating blind favoritism for Israel.

    I like Kerry's energy/environment platform. On taxes , he has a centrist Republican platform, with tax relief for the middle class. While I like the sound of that, I would prefer to see Bushevik deficit spending reversed first.

    I like him on trade, but for the fact that he has special interests so far up his arse that, as Governor Dean put it, "we've got more than one Republican in the race", to which I can only add my own "Yeeaarrrgh", but a more angry one than Dean's.
     
  10. Godless Objectivist Mind Registered Senior Member

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    I voted DENNIS J. KUCINICH and here's why:http://www.kucinich.us/antiwar.php
    http://kucinich.us/

    First of all I don't like Kerry, he's come from the same school, Yale, and the same secret society as Bush, The Skull & Bones. http://mke.indymedia.org/en/2004/01/200203.shtml

    The skull&bones is a club for these rich sob's that want to help one another to get cushie jobs in places of power, politics, media, industrie, insurance, etc. anyhow these are my own words, I heard an interview with this author http://www.secretsofthetomb.com/ on Pacifica Radio's show Democracy now, this is were I've learned that Kerry comes from Yale and did join same society, I must admit I was fooled for a bit, I used to like Dean however after making an ass of himself in Iowa, I lost confidence this sob, could defeat bush, I only imagined if he be yelling like that debating bush

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    LOL,

    Anyhow a little more on the Skull&Bones, imagine that this country has been run by a closed net of individuals, rich pappa boys, who can afford to send their kids to Yale, Harvard, and many other Ivy Leaque colleges accross this nation, they all have their secret societies, however none, have had the power and prestige as the skull&bones, by having so many of its members in the media, newspapers, television news, etc. they can quickly blow off this claims of skull&bones as "conspiracy theories" hey that's why they are there, are we to believe Fox News? or CNN? we've all seen the fuck ups this news companies are and how bias they are, well quess what! it was meant to be that way, we've been lied to. Conspiracie theories are becoming realities of today people, they are not just theories, it's documented history. http://www.wealth4freedom.com/truth/3/commiebones.htm

    Godless.
     
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  12. CuriousGene Supreme Allied Commander Registered Senior Member

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    There are 113 views on this thread as of this writing and only 16 people have voted. That is a 14% voting rate. That is horrible! Why don't people vote? This is mirroring real-life elections. These elections are being decided by a few people. As an example, take a fucking look at Washington state's primary this year. 0.7% people voted. That's right, less than 1% of registered voters in that state.

    Doesn't this alarm anyone?!
     
  13. BigBlueHead Great Tealnoggin! Registered Senior Member

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    I voted for Dean, that magnificent maniac... but I don't live in the US.
     
  14. SpyMoose Secret double agent deer Registered Senior Member

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    No one wants to vote for Alien Jesus Christ? Come on people, what about his stance on Terrestrial/Xeno DNA Hybriding, or is pro UFO policy? And I'll say it again, he has come out several times AGAINST anal probing in the name of the lord.

    I voted for Dr. Dean. That scream business is so much garbage, he had just got done dancing around and tossing T-shirts into a crowd of cheering supporters who he was trying to keep excited about the campaign despite a loss, you think he should drone on like Lieberman?
     
  15. Hastein Welcome To Kampuchea Registered Senior Member

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    If Napolean where a choice, I would vote for him. What ever happened to passionate autocrats?

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  16. RonVolk Registered Senior Member

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    I voted Kerry cause he's got a alot of medals and I'm hoping he has a "Nam" flashback in a Kerry/Bush debate during which he'll review in depth, Bush's national guard service.
     
  17. GB-GIL Trans-global Senator Evilcheese, D-Iraq Registered Senior Member

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    Well, I seriously considered it for a while. I eventually decided that perhaps it wouldn't be such a good idea to vote for AJC, because he wouldn't really be a good leader for when Cthulhu rises (Dean will be better for that, no?)

    :m:

    P.S...
    Welcome Back, Me.
    (kudos to Tyler for making me curious)
     
  18. BigBlueHead Great Tealnoggin! Registered Senior Member

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    I am all for participating in alien hybridization experiments, if the aliens are cute and I would not get a disease.
     
  19. Hastein Welcome To Kampuchea Registered Senior Member

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    I have a few issues with Cthulhu here:

    1. When the orgies of pleasure and killing take place, how does Cthulhu plan to deal with the AIDs issue? Surely it will run rampant.

    2. Are we still allowed to vote, or is government regulated by the elite representatives of the old ones?

    3. Do we remain distinct and seperate nations or one global order?
     
  20. Rappaccini Redoubtable Registered Senior Member

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    Isn't it Kucinich?
     

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