Kerry or Bush? Who would you vote for?

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  • #843

    You don’t have to explain or rationalize your choice, just select who you’d vote for in the upcoming American presidential election.

    All voting (like all polls on this site) is completely anonymous.

    #3075
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    …for me, the only possible choice is Bush
    1) He defends innocent life
    2) He defends America
    3) He believes in personal responsibility
    4) He believes economies run best when govt gets out of the way and gives folks more of their own money

    for me, Kerry and Nader aren’t even options

    #3080

    I just want to note that I made a slight adjustment to this poll to add the 3rd party candidate option.

    I wish I was more in tune with politics or else I’d play devil’s advocate with you, John <img loading=” title=”Wink” />

    #3288
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    [quote:2nb29ae3]I just want to note that I made a slight adjustment to this poll to add the 3rd party candidate option.

    I wish I was more in tune with politics or else I’d play devil’s advocate with you, John <img loading=” title=”Wink” />[/quote:2nb29ae3]

    by [i:2nb29ae3]devil’s advocate[/i:2nb29ae3], you mean a Kerry supporter?

    #3289

    [quote:29qaz7nt]by [i:29qaz7nt]devil’s advocate[/i:29qaz7nt], you mean a Kerry supporter?[/quote:29qaz7nt]

    for you, yes

    #3291
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    The christians should be the ones deciding this election.

    Kerry votes in favor of third tri-mester abortion(just like Clinton)

    5th commandment, thou shall not kill

    #3292
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    I know who I willl be voting for and that will be John Kerry. I believe that Kerry is a much better leader for our nation that Bush. Kerry proved that in his leadership in the Vietnam war. Kerry volunteered for the war when he could have chosen to not be involved in it, and Bush tried to dodge the draf by entering the Air National Guard in Texas. Also, I believe that Kerry has a true plan for all parts of our country, whether it be in education, health care, veteran services, and the war.
    A candidate’s religious standing is not the first thing I look at. I think religion is an important factor in chosing a candidate for morals and possibly some guidence. I know what I want in a candidate, religiously and otherwise, and I know that it is not what the Catholic church believes in. I think that gay people should be able to be married and also I think that a woman should have the right to choose if she wants an abortion.

    #3293
    Anonymous
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    [quote:2jf8aj2t]I know who I willl be voting for and that will be John Kerry. I believe that Kerry is a much better leader for our nation that Bush. Kerry proved that in his leadership in the Vietnam war. Kerry volunteered for the war when he could have chosen to not be involved in it, and Bush tried to dodge the draf by entering the Air National Guard in Texas. Also, I believe that Kerry has a true plan for all parts of our country, whether it be in education, health care, veteran services, and the war.
    A candidate’s religious standing is not the first thing I look at. I think religion is an important factor in chosing a candidate for morals and possibly some guidence. I know what I want in a candidate, religiously and otherwise, and I know that it is not what the Catholic church believes in. I think that gay people should be able to be married and also I think that a woman should have the right to choose if she wants an abortion.[/quote:2jf8aj2t]

    Bush did not avoid the draft and JKerry’s leadership in Vietnam is a matter of dispute. I respect your views even though I disagree with them in the strongest possible way.
    I feel a Kerry Presidency would be a catastrophe.

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