A vote for Gore is a vote for Bush and vice versa

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Don't let the republicats fool you otherwise. Nader, Buchanan, Browne, Rivera, and Haeglin are the way to go.

-- (shrubby@dirty.tricks), October 28, 2000


The way to go nowhere.

-- Lars (lars@indy.net), October 28, 2000.

There's nearsightedness, farsightedness and short-sightedness, Lars. Those who think as you on this issue I apply the last of those three afflictions. Stodginess might apply as well. :)

There are those who see the likeliest road to political change as that which runs within the present two-party dominated system. Others see little hope of change until the democrat/republican liplock is broken.

I am of the latter group. I'll accept the possibility of temporary (a few decades) political instability if it means a significant chance at eventual progress on a scale which changes the political process AND as a byproduct how people regard government and its role.


-- Bingo1 (howe9@shentel.net), October 28, 2000.

I think we should all stop wasting our time and just vote for Hillary Clinton for president and get it over with.

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), October 28, 2000.

Finally, someone with sense!

Well...not that Hillary is the best choice as woman president go, but I'm not rich enough to campaign for presidency, sorry.

-- (smarty@wannabe.one), October 29, 2000.

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