Are there any Bush/Gore Undecideds on this forum? : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread

Doubt it but was just curious. If so, why?

Enjoy the partisan posts & answers. Maybe an election is what it takes to bring back the good old days around here.

Don't be bashful fence sitters. You're being seriously courted by everyone but me.

-- Carlos (, October 26, 2000


What do you mean by Bush/Gore undecideds? There are many candidates from which to choose. If one is undecided, as am I, I don't believe that the list should be assumed to be pared down to just those two candidates.

Personally, I don't see how I could in good conscience vote for either Bush or Gore. Both candidates are in favor of big government & continuation of the insanely complex federal tax code. Phooey!

I view the federal government's role as one of supervisor of the states. Instead, they legislate, complicate, obfuscate, & confiscate powers not enumerated to the point where Joe Six-pack has no possible way of keeping track of the laws of the land. Impossible. Neither can the politicians remain on top of their own doings. It would be laughable if it weren't so sad.

Public debt rises dramatically every second of every day. The interest on the public debt is something like the 3rd largest expenditure in the annual federal budget. Is this number correct? I believe it is. Thanks to the two major parties this country is in deep, deep debt.

What is Al Gore's plan for paying off this debt? George Bush's plan?


-- Bingo1 (, October 27, 2000.

Totally undecided.

Can't stand the mud-slinging going!

4 commercials in a row last night of mud-slinging politicians!!

Think I may follow Unc's lead and waste my vote too....


-- Deano (, October 27, 2000.

Gore? Bush?

Surely you jest. I 'dont' have to vote for either. And I am NOT going to waste my vote either.

All I see is this one says that one did this and etc...

I am undecided but I believe Anita mentioned in another thread that she believes Gore will take it.

I have this sick feeling that Bush will win :-(

Third party RULZ, for me anyway.

-- consumer (, October 27, 2000.

Actually, I think the term "Bush/Gore Undecideds" is accurate precisely because they are so similar. If you are planning to vote for a third party candidate, it appears more likely that you wouldn't be "undecided" simply because their positions are so different. I suppose it's possible, but I don't imagine there are all that many "Nader/Buchanan" or "Nader/Browne" undecideds out there. But you never know.

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), October 27, 2000.

hmmm, what if????????????

I'm so confused.

-- consumer (, October 27, 2000.

Excellent point, hmm.

I am caught between Natural Law Party and Libertarian. I haven't put in the time to really evaluate the former. My guess is if I scratch the Natural Law Party just a little I won't like what I smell. I am a proponent of meditation (whatever the flavor) and The Nats recommend it as a potential solution to a lot of social ills. I agree. I'm not up on whether they actual suggest government force it on the citizenry. That would be a no-no.


-- Bingo1 (, October 27, 2000.

I don't like anyone who's running, not the AlGore Unit, Shrub, Browne, Nadar, etc.

Why aren't there any pro-choice/pro-2nd ammendment candidates with a chance of winning?

-- (, October 27, 2000.

Stupid gaffe on my part. Should have made it "presidential undecideds...".

-- Carlos (, October 27, 2000.

I can't decide if I like Bush as much as I hate Gore.

Bush it is.

-- me (, October 27, 2000.

Voting Gore here, and mum's the word talking politics or my time will go the way it went over Y2k! (I say that like it's a bad thing, but the contentiousness was just a little TOO much fun.) Enjoy reading y'alls input though.

-- Debbie (, October 27, 2000.

I am undecided. Yesterday I was for Bush. Today I'm for Gore. Tomorrow will be Bush. Sunday will be Gore. Monday, Bush. Tuesday, Gore. Wednesday, Bush. Thursday, Gore. Friday, Bush. Saturday, Gore. Sunday, Bush. Monday, Gore. Tuesday....oops, that's election day. Guess I'll have to vote Bush.

-- Lars (, October 27, 2000.

Since Gore has a decided majority in New Jersey, I am voting for FutureShock. They record these things and a vote for me goes in the federal records to show my kids some day.

Anyone else who wishes to waste a vote is welcome to vote for me.

-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), October 27, 2000.

With the Bush tax cut plan, I get to keep about $1500 more of my money. With the Gore plan, I am not one of the "right" people, so I get very little tax cut. No indecision here...

-- David (, October 27, 2000.

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