I'm starting to worry..

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    Dubya is trying like the dickens to stay composed but SLICK Kerry I'm afraid is gonna win this one again on appeal. He keeps saying "I HAVE A PLAN...." ..Yah and so what IS that plan??? Scary thing is that that is all the undecideds need to hear. So typical of liberal politicians, they promise the world, while throwing in dubious figures and names of unknowns who offer their support. We know our country will be in peril if Kerry is elected. We need to pray..and HARD!!!
     
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    I liked Bush's answer to "I have a plan".

    Answer: "Yeah, it is called the Bush Plan."

    Edited for spelling only.
     
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    Bush is strong and resolved, and we should strive to do the same. Tough times require tough leadership and steadfast courage from everyone. Do not be lead astray by mindless accusations.
     
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    Don't worry--Bush said it all and did it well !!!
     
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    I thought the President did very well. Especially pointing out that John Kerry's so called plan is exactly what the President has been doing.
     
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    Not a chance. Any rational undecided chooses the President this time. The Senator offered nothing. The President was energetic, eager to answer, straightforward, personable. This is his format.
     
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    Well said, Zhukov. One of the President's greatest strengths is his willingness to speak the truth of his heart in sraightforward, everyday English. It stands in stark contrast to Kerry's contrived pseudo-intellectualism.
     
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    Bush was much more energized during this debate. Kerry looked terrible, too, very Lurch-like. Perhaps his spray tan had worn down and his Botox injections are due.

    Keep in mind that there is a LOT of spin going on out there. I got one of those emails from a liberal friend of mine (who assumed, because she's a pseudo-intellectual, that I will vote for Kerry because she knows I have a brain--hahaha!!) asking me to vote in the online polls right after the debate. Did anybody else get one of these from a "well-meaning" friend? Ticked me off!

    The pundits spin like mad and use these stupid online polls as if it were actual data. Try it--you can vote in the www.cbsnews.com poll an infinite number of times if you want. Bogus!
     
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    I agree. the problem is are there still more rational people out there or not? we already have a significant part of the population basing their vote on irrational hatred. The time when the people make the irrational decision for who to lead us is the time that leads to trouble.

    I think Bush clearly won tonight. The Kerry camp is on the defensive big time tonight. I dont really care what the polls say, i think the momentum has shifted.
     
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    LOL! Vote often, vote well...(answering softwaremania)
     

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