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Been watching the festivities on CNN.
So far the score is as of 10:49 PM AST :
Projections only, but I think it will be a long night.
Some people in Canada think Kerry will be better for us as he is a little more liberal.
Personally, I rather the one we know than the one we don't. I really don't trust wishy washy.
Hope this doesn't stir up the pot too much NOT
You think it looks interesting from there, you should see it from here. I don't like either one of them and kept looking for a box marked "None of the Above".
"The Constitution is not an instrument for the government
to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the
government lest it come to dominate our lives and interests." Patrick Henry
Rudi & John,
I always enjoy watching the election night results. I, too, wish that we had better choices for candidates. It takes a whole lot of different skills to lead a nation, and we are left wanting. But, we elect them and I suppose we must bear the results of the decisions of the majority. I always pee and moan about elected officials that I disagree with, but when push comes to shove, I shelve the differences and fall in behind them. I'm not really old, but I have lived long enough to see the country changing. I can't say that it's good or bad, just different. And we all fear the unknown. My two cents.
Oh, and Rudi, you did want to stir up the pot!
Well, seems as if Mr. Kerry has conceded Ohio to Mr. Bush. It is now official. Election is over and Mr. Bush has done what his father before him has not and that is get a second term. Wish his Dad had gotten a second term as well.
Seems they have joined a very select group. John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush.
I wonder now that GWB will not be running in 08, will it be Jeb Bush??????
Oh, I is a Baaaad Boooy
Any man that has a tractor can't be all bad
Send him a note
Ask him to come join us here at farmallcub.com. You never know
Around here GWB is the George Washington bridge.
"Life's tough.It's even tougher if you're stupid."
- John Wayne
" We hang petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office."
Lot of folks in Florida think that Jeb Bush would make a good President. If it boils down to Mr Guiliani and Ms. C, then I predict another decisive close election.
Win or Lose, it was great to see the majority of registered voters get out and vote. I think it was '76 or so when this happened last.
Donny: I guess I'm getting old. It took me a minute to understand and appreciate your comment. Will send you an a personal message on my exciting day working on the Cub. Someone said the longer I work the behinder I get. That pretty well sums up my day. Dan
Senator Kerry proved that he his a gentleman and a good American in his speech this afternoon in which he conceded victory to President Bush.
By asking everyone to stand behind the troops and the Commander-in-Chief, he proved that he actually may have made a good President himself.
I applaud him for his gracious remarks.
The President was no slouch either
Then came Bronson
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