WHO WILL WIN THE USA ELECTIONS 2004

1)BUSH ?

2)KERRY ?

3)PEOPLE'S OF USA ?

4)SOMEONE ELSE ?

5) THE ELECTIONS WILL BE PROSPONED ?

KIK786

I vote for Danni! She'll make everything better!

I vote for philips --- lets make usa better:d

I would probably vote for Dani if she were running.

Who's philips?

Bush will probably win.

I have got a philips monitor --- lets make things better:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :o

i vote for my girl friend who love me too much.

59.98% chance: Bush
40% chance: Kerry
0.02% chance: Nader

You never really know... :confused:

I'm reluctantly supporting Kerry. He's not far enough to the left for me, but he's better than Bush. I would support Nader or the Socialist Party USA candidate, but my time is better spent with Kerry this year.

I will vote for a name on the ballot that I don't recognize. I am very sure that Kerry is going to win the election.

Alcides.

"WHO WILL WIN THE USA ELECTIONS 2004"

Hopefully the American Citizenry!

minimum age to qualify for the presidency: 36 years of age

i vote for myself not for bush not for kerry nor for windows xp pro sp2 as i know i can win in dream

As I dont live in the USA, I cant vote, if I did, as a center right conservative (I live in the UK) I would vote Bush. I quite like Bush, and hope he can get back into office and finnish off Iraq, so they Iraqies can get their country back FULLY.

commented: Couldn't have said it better myself! -- dlh +1

so they Iraqies can get their country back FULLY.

With a puppet government?

No with a independant government.

It will inevitably become a puppet government. Look at Chile, 1973.

Now, before this thread goes any further, let me say something:

Things haven't gotten out of hand or anything, but remember to stay civil. Politics can be touchy, and some people have a tendancy to get ugly over these things. Let's keep at heart we're all one, nice, happy community, and if we don't get along, Alex will come with a wet trout and smack you into submission while closing the thread. ;)

But yeah, just be nice.

Dont worry about it getting out of hand from me. I am willing to debate the issues, everyone has different opinions, as long as we all respect that their shouldnt be problems.

It will inevitably become a puppet government. Look at Chile, 1973.

I dont know anything about Chile, I wasnt born at the time. However back to Iraq, yes, I agree, it would be a pupet government. For a short period. They have been dictated to for how many years, 23? 24?. They need to learn democracy again, they need to learn how to be independant, they need to learn to be free, free to talk, free to disagree with the govenrment without the fear of being killed, it all takes time, and wont happen overnight, and may never happen if Kerry wins and pulls out of Iraq, leaving another fool like Saddam take over again.

I dont know anything about Chile, I wasnt born at the time. However back to Iraq, yes, I agree, it would be a pupet government. For a short period. They have been dictated to for how many years, 23? 24?. They need to learn democracy again, they need to learn how to be independant, they need to learn to be free, free to talk, free to disagree with the govenrment without the fear of being killed, it all takes time, and wont happen overnight, and may never happen if Kerry wins and pulls out of Iraq, leaving another fool like Saddam take over again.

I think you've said everything that I would say, so I will add nothing.

I wasn't alive during the Chile conflict either, but it was essentially when the U.S. took out one leader (who many revered, many hated.) and put in one that was even worse and was nothing but a puppet for the U.S. for 20+ years.

I think the Iraqi government may be ostensibly independent, but with U.S. interests (i.e. Halliburton) dominating the Iraqi economy, the U.S. will have quite a bit of power of the Iraqi administration. The United States has also intimidated quite a few people into not running for office, meerly because they don't always agree with the U.S.

Now, before this thread goes any further, let me say something:

Things haven't gotten out of hand or anything, but remember to stay civil. Politics can be touchy, and some people have a tendancy to get ugly over these things. Let's keep at heart we're all one, nice, happy community, and if we don't get along, Alex will come with a wet trout and smack you into submission while closing the thread. ;)

But yeah, just be nice.

thats a good thing ... we should'nt be discussing world politics .. we are digital people ... we should be discussing digital politics instead ... no short circuiting :D

BUSH ... GO BUSH

you can also vote for yours best thing or gf(if u can understand nanosani)
this thraed is change of taste and i love to do so.
my vote goes for daniweb who makes it possible for us to share our discussions here.
dani live long

hey kik786 what are you talking about ... what is this gf ??? and how come do you know me :D

gf can be go fast or grand festival or glidder fanatsy or may be girl friend
but u may just vote here
todays vote is for kerry

gf can be go fast or grand festival or glidder fanatsy or may be girl friend
but u may just vote here
todays vote is for kerry

Umm... getting a little bit silly here, aren't we?

I mean, if we're talking about people winning an election, shouldn't y'all stay a little on-topic?

yes thats right ... If I were a voter , I wont have voted for anyone ... I dont vote for anyone here in Pakistan too. I dont like politics... todays politics is to destroy the world and nothing else.

this is digital vote for usa elections.
you are right we may focus on voting now.
bush or kerry?