Reassure me..

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    Please tell me John "Global Test" Kerry is not going to win. Kerry will be a liberal worse than Clinton, comparable to Jimmy Carter.

    I mean in this day and age I want the right for our country to attack whoever the hell is enabling those terrorists. When WE feel it is necessary. NOT after we pass the Global Frickn' Test. I mean forgive me, but if a guy thinks that 12 years is a "rush to war", something tells me that he will not be as aggressive against terror as I would prefer.

    Now with some bad numbers coming from Ohio, a state which every previous Republican president has needed to win, I fear that Kerry and his appeasment attitude of groveling to nations who hate us (France, Germany, Belgium, etc) will be the order of the day.

    You know John, people from other countries were watching those debates. Your whole argument was "Americans are taking 90% of the casualties, so we must convince our allies to send more troops."

    So let's pretend I am an ally of the US in the Iraq War.

    Kerry called me coerced and bribed.
    Kerry and the DNC have called me a puppet to Bush.
    Kerry now wants me to send more of my people to get shot up to take some pressure of his forces.

    I would tell him to go f*** himself! But everyone thinks Kerry is some superhuman diplomatic negotiator! How?!?!
     
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    Relax, man. Bush will win. The polls always says it's close. It makes everything more exciting! ( ahem..... ratings .... ahem.....) The polls said Dukakis had a chance too. Remember that.
     
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    I too share some angst... :-/ A very close feeling to that which I had in 1992 and GB vs Clinton.

    It boggles my mind how otherwise reasonable, rational people buy into the bullshit which comes from Kerry's mouth.
     
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    Lets see, Kerry had every advantage in the debates he could imagine and yet Bush has gained ground. Kerry does not have the full support of three major consitutency groups Democrats need to win: Blacks, Jews, and women. He is still trying to sure up his base. Meanwhile President Bush is out campaigning and winning in blue states that John Kerry should have by 10% margins such as iowa, minnesota, wisconsin, Michagan, etc. Bush is neck and neck in Hawaii and New Jersey.

    The only group that can turn the tide are the unpolled dead voters group. The dead tend to vote Democrat.

    Of course with the recent news that Democrats registered a few terrorists to vote in Ohio, i think we may be able to get some more support.
     
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    Have faith in the American people....that means Republicans.
     
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    BTW. I think Kerry will be worse than Carter. Only this time Republicans would have some power to check them. atleast until they appoint more liberal judges to the USSC and start throwing out every piece of conservative legislation.
     
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    Relax...go take a hot shower or tub...and think positive. I sometimes feel the same way, by hearing/reading polls that say Kerry only leads by 2 points or less, the whole Ohio thing, Democrats getting despirate and breaking into RNC HQ's around the country. I do see your concern, and I share them with you. I try not to look at polls because they can easily be rigged and skewed to favor one side or the other.

    I don't think that the American people would be THAT stupid to overlook the lies and bullshit that Kerry has put forth. Really, if Dean were the candidate for the 'rats, I would be much more worried about a DFL victory.

    This country (just by my observations) is sick of being told that Bush lied, etc., when most people know that he did not. He used info that Clinton used. clinton was planning on doing the same as Bush, but Bush actually DID what he said he would. Protect us from terrorists and those who harbor them.

    Kerry comes off as a pompous ass, who looks down on the working man, and Edwards can't seem to relate to the average person either, but tries using his "daddy was a mill worker" line.

    It's ok theim...Bush is here, and he's gonna win!
     
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    Im right there with you D, it's scary to see otherwise intelligent people smiling at kerry and shaking his hand. I can't even watch the news anymore.......Im so turned off
     
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    Sounds good, and in my heart I believe that, but there is this nagging feeling in my gut. And I hope enough people see it that way that Kerry is a lying pompous ass. I still have my questions about that...The thing that makes me feel better is the notion that on election day there will be some people who will vote for Bush becasue they feel comfortable wit him, and don't want to change presidents in a volatile world that we find ourselves in now.
     
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    I honestly feel that Bush will win by a larger margin than many expect. I think support for Bush is more than the media and the liberals will have us believe. But, I still do have that feeling of nervousness when I think about election day.
     

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