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    Can you guys even comprehend the extremes in intellectual dishonesty of Kerry, and the whole Dem machine these days. They're melting down before our eyes. Quotes from kerry read like deranged, prison-composed Mansonesque sonnets of insanity.
     
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    Maybe you missed it, but between the war and the protests, Kerry followed Manson for a while. Did a duet with him, even.
     
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    John Kerry is no threat whatsoever due to his extremes in intellectual dishonesty. So why do you worry so about him?

    I'm still waiting on service obligation answers, Harkin Oil trading answers, even Halliburton connections, energy policy enlightenment, where are the reasons for the killing of our good soldiers and where are the WMDs and where are the Saddam Hussein/Al Queda connections?

    I've heard about all the rhetoric I want to hear. I think it's time for some fact-finding, don't you?
     
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    The latest polls have him beating Bush by 8 percent.
     
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    Without making a post filled with hate for Bush, can you tell us what Kerry has to offer this country and why anyone should vote for him?
     
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    The most telling thing about that Yahoo poll is Nader at 6% this early in the deal. I see him getting between 8-10% which assures Republicans of the win.
     
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    An alternative to Bush, that is all !! Just take a look at his voting record in the senate, it is most revealing !!

    As far as polls are concerned, give this some thought, the dems have been hammering the republicans unchallenged for over a year, but fear not retribution is at hand and the machine will start soon, and it is well funded !! Gotta love that soft money !! :D
     
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    ..... which has been my point all along. None of the polls (including the ones projecting Bush at a higher %) are accurate because the campaign has yet to begin.

    I'm in Pennsylvania, which is hyped up to be one of the sway states. I have yet to see a Bush ad. The only one I've seen so far has been from moveon.org bashing Bush. :rolleyes:

    .... its early yet boys... the fight has just begun
     
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    Traditionally Campaigns don't hit their high peak until the conventions anyway. I think I saw a stat that at this point in their respective races Carter was ahead of Reagan, Mondale was ahead of Reagan, Dukakis was ahead of Bush and Bush was ahead of Clinton so don't look at the polls too much right now.
     

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