Bush/Kerry/Nader

Vote

  • Bush

    Votes: 12 63.2%
  • Kerry

    Votes: 7 36.8%
  • Nader

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    19

Mean Mr. Mustard

Always shouts out something obscene
Sep 30, 2004
67,318
35,400
1,323
52
Uranus
Steam
heyfubuddy
Coqui said:
No but with all regular votes accounted for Bush has the lead. Kerry is behind by 130,000 votes. There are 180,000 provisional ballots left to count.

I seriously doubt that he will get over 70% of the provisional ballots.


They have 10 days to count all those ballots.




Thats just great that means well be listening to all this bickering nonsense for at least the next 10 days:tard:
 

Coqui

Piccolo Pete
Oct 14, 2004
35,593
4,667
673
44
Columbus, OH
Drool-Boy said:
Thats just great that means well be listening to all this bickering nonsense for at least the next 10 days:tard:


Sadly yes. AFAIK Iowa and New Mexico are still undecided.
 

fly

Osharts 11
Oct 1, 2004
73,083
24,397
1,073
Steam
mattressfish
Pandora said:
You're never throwing away your vote, unless you don't vote at all.

HAHAHAHAHHA

I threw away my vote. :fly:

And not voting for one of the two candidates projected to win is throwing away your vote. Its an effort to make a political statement that no one cares about.

Do I think there should be more that 2 parties (there really is only different shades of 1)? Yes. Is it likely to happen, as long as people are happy? Nope.
 

Pandora

Flaccid Member
Oct 19, 2004
7,656
0
0
Atlanta GA!
skewed.textamerica.com
fly said:
HAHAHAHAHHA

I threw away my vote. :fly:

And not voting for one of the two candidates projected to win is throwing away your vote. Its an effort to make a political statement that no one cares about.

Do I think there should be more that 2 parties (there really is only different shades of 1)? Yes. Is it likely to happen, as long as people are happy? Nope.

I wasn't making a political statement. I was voting for the canidate that I supported, who I feel would represent me and do what's best for the people of this country.

And our country was founded on a two party system. I'm not really sure it could successfully function with multiple parties (when it can't even do it with two). Right now the two parties are such a dichotomy they are polorizing the country by forcing them into two extreme catagories. Third parties have emerged before who influanced or changed the 2 main parties. I think that's the best us libratarians can hope to accomplish.