Saw this on another forum. Thought it may be fun to stir the pot here a little.
So consider it to mean "other"!Ground Loop said:You do realize there are more than two candidates on the ballot, right? And there's no write-in.
And some would say the Elise is a waste of money. What's your point?Some would say that voting for either of those two would be throwing one's vote away.
:clap: :clap: :clap:ataricollector said:Since nothing kills a friendship quicker than political debate, I'm sitting out this thread. I'm sure each of us is going to follow his conscience and do what he believes is best for his country.
If you don't vote for Kerry, you're not REALLY voting against Bush, though, are you? I mean, if you REALLY don't want Bush in office again, there's only one candidate who you could vote for who stands a chance at beating him: ME!zOOmz said:Well, I know that I will not vote for Bush. (shudder) I will look at the other candidates and vote for the one I feel is the best even if it is an underdog. Everyone should do the same, but of course the system works contrary to that reasoning..
Whether or not something is factual has nothing to do with whether it will impact the American public!ivan1 said:about as much as The Day After Tomorrow (and about as factual)
Yes. I think most Americans are smart enough to know what is factual and what is propaganda, and therefore most will not be influenced.... unless you are like MM and think Americans are that stupid...transio said:
I maintain my stance that the movie will impact public opinion of GWB. Still disagree?