Who gets your vote? (poll)

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Just curious. How about your name and choice for president. NOT WHY!!!!! We have enough posts on that already. Don't add any additional info about anything please so that a person can rapidly scroll through for a count. Ex: Ed Weaver - Buchanon. Third parties and virtual unknowns, if really running for this office are encouraged. Please don't add rock stars, cartoon characters etc.

Ed Weaver - Bush.

-- Edward G. Weaver (edzreal@postmaster.co.uk), November 01, 2000



-- Scott (scotthom@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.


-- Wendy@GraceAcres (wjl7@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.

My car has a Bush bumper sticker!

-- Leann Banta (thelionandlamb@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.

W Bush

-- Shooter (jcole@apha.com), November 01, 2000.

Harry Browne

-- Annie Miller (annie@1st.net), November 01, 2000.

Al Gore

-- Vicki McGaugh TX (vickilonesomedoe@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.


-- Brad (homefixer@SacoRiver.net), November 01, 2000.

Al Gore x 7 here.

-- Terri Perry (stuperry@stargate.net), November 01, 2000.

1 for Gore 1 for Bush

-- renee oneill (oneillsr@home.com), November 01, 2000.


-- Tracy Jo Neff (tntneff@ifriendly.com), November 01, 2000.


Little Bit Farm

-- Little bit Farm (littlebit@calinet.com), November 01, 2000.

Harry Browne, of course.

-- Richard V. Miller (richard.miller@1st.net), November 01, 2000.

George W. Bush for president.

-- Notforprint (Not@thekeyboard.com), November 01, 2000.


-- Betty (Mich.) (brolffs@voyager.net), November 01, 2000.

Pat Buchanan Ada

-- Aagje Franken (Backyardy2k@aol.com), November 01, 2000.

2 for Bush

-- Cindy Lawson (colawson@mindspring.com), November 01, 2000.

2 against Gore.

-- Cindy (atilrthehony_1@yahoo.com), November 01, 2000.

Bush x two

-- melina b. (goatgalmjb1@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.

since Pogo Possum isn't running this year, NADER!!!

-- Julie Froelich (firefly1@nnex.net), November 01, 2000.

None of your beeswax. :)

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), November 01, 2000.

Husband: BUSH....me: BUSH...son....BUSH

-- Lesley (martchas@gateway.net), November 01, 2000.

Bush x 4 of us.

-- Terry (aunt_tm@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.

2 for Buchanan (would vote Bush if it were going to be close, but here in CT, it'll be all for Gore)

-- Christina W. (introibo@address.com), November 01, 2000.

BUSH for me BUSH for wife

-- Don (dessertmaker2000@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.


-- Derrick Comfort (dcomfort@crosswalkmail.com), November 01, 2000.

shrub i mean bush

-- gail missouri ozarks (gef123@hotmail.com), November 01, 2000.

2 more for Bush.

-- Lena (breezex4@go.com), November 01, 2000.

2 for Bush!!!!!!

-- Lenore (archambo@winco.net), November 01, 2000.

Howard Phillips!!!!!!!!

-- Matthew Harris (matt777harris@webtv.net), November 02, 2000.

2 for Bush.

-- JimR (jroberts1@cas.org), November 02, 2000.

Bush x 6.

-- Kathy (jubilant@ncweb.com), November 02, 2000.

both of us for Bush

-- Jean (schiszik@tbcnet.com), November 02, 2000.

Well, we KNOW that Countrysiders are mainstreamers, since we all think like the rest of the country (as we always point out in our posts....yeah, right.)

On Tuesday we can see if that holds true....

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), November 02, 2000.

Sheepish, answer the question! Annie in SE OH. :-)

-- Annie Miller (annie@1st.net), November 02, 2000.

BUSH x 5

-- Lenette (kigervixen@webtv.net), November 02, 2000.

Ralph Nader

-- Joy Froelich (dragnfly@chorus.net), November 02, 2000.


-- Julia in Tally (tofubiscuit@excite.com), November 02, 2000.

Bush X 8 (Includes my Mom)

Jim T.

-- Jim T (Tanner_jim@hotmail.com), November 02, 2000.

Gore-Lieberman X 2

-- Anne (HT@HM.com), November 02, 2000.

Gore X2

-- sharon wt (wildflower@ekyol.com), November 02, 2000.

Bush will win in landslide don't be douped by the media

-- glenn weaver (gamma543@cs.com), November 02, 2000.

Bush x 4 - John

-- John in S. IN (jsmengel@hotmail.com), November 02, 2000.

Okay, I will! I made up my mind FINALLY yesterday. GORE!

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), November 02, 2000.

Households get to vote or just individuals? Spouse = Nader.

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), November 02, 2000.

Sheepish, disappointed by your choice, but glad you made up your mind, now are you sure? Just kidding! :-) Annie in SE OH.

-- Annie Miller (annie@1st.net), November 02, 2000.

Annie, I *really* struggled with this choice! Like, for months....sorry to disappoint you! ;)

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), November 02, 2000.

Bush gets 2 here! Sonda in Ks.

-- Sonda (sgbruce@birch.net), November 02, 2000.

two here for Ralph

-- Earthmama (earthmama48@yahoo.com), November 03, 2000.

Bush x2 here!

-- bwilliams (bjconthefarm@yahoo.com), November 03, 2000.

two for Bush -- but I still wish Keyes had made it to the final election!!

-- Kathleen Sanderson (stonycft@worldpath.net), November 03, 2000.

Bush x 2

-- Eric in TN (ems@nac.net), November 03, 2000.

1 for Nader (me) 1 for the Natural Party (husband, I think he must have closed his eyes and pointed, he voted absentee, but he is usually a staunch Republican).

Blessings, Judy

-- Judy Murray (jmurray@tulane.edu), November 03, 2000.


-- nobrabbit (conlane@prodigy.net), November 03, 2000.

We are for Bush 2x.

-- Denise (jphammock@msn.com), November 03, 2000.

can i change my vote? if yes Nader

-- renee oneill (oneillsr@home.com), November 03, 2000.

Renee, just curious, what changed your mind? Bravo for voting outside the box, just wish it was for Harry Browne instead! Annie in SE OH.

-- Annie Miller (annie@1st.net), November 03, 2000.

Leave her alone Annie! She's ours now! ;-)

-- Joy Froelich (dragnfly@chorus.net), November 04, 2000.

Bush X 2

-- Mark M (MagicMark@aol.com), November 04, 2000.

Bush! vote freedom first...

-- bob mccaffrey (bobmccaffrey1@netscape.net), November 04, 2000.

1- Bush 1-Cheney (whosBrowne?)

-- Dianne (yankeeterrier@hotmail.com), November 04, 2000.

Dianne, he is the Libertarian party candidate, they want to restore the Constitution to it's rightful place of power in all government, go to www.lp.org for more info. Annie in SE OH

-- Annie Miller (annie@1st.net), November 05, 2000.

All you people who are going to vote for Bush, please check out the website www.bushisms.com . Even if we dispense with the question of his policies or philosophy or intelligence, do you really want as the top representative of our country a man whose grammar is SO abysmal, who cannot express himself with clarity, and who DOES NOT LIKE TO READ!?

Who am I going to vote for? Not Shrub, that's for sure.

-- snoozy (allen@oz.net), November 05, 2000.

Bush X 3. Wish Keyes was running.

-- Phyllis (almostafarm@yahoo.com), November 05, 2000.

Bush doesn't have bad grammer....that's a Texas accent. 2 for Bush here!!

-- Amanda S (aseley@townsqr.com), November 06, 2000.

Didn't Bush grow up in Maine? I thought Kennebunkport was in Maine. How long does it take to get a Texas accent? Isn't Kennebunkport where the Kennedy's family home is?

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), November 06, 2000.

two for Nader over here!! IM tired of having just two choices and both of them are no good. Nader may not win but at least if he gets 5% of the vote we have 3 evils to choose from next time, If they dont blow us up first or sell us to china.

-- Andrea (oldcrone40@hotmail.com), November 07, 2000.

Kennedy's in Hyannisport. I remember now, not Kennebunkport.

I am sick of ALL the presidential candidates and have been for months. Three rich white guys get the chance to represent us. How does that fit into our nation's demographics? However, Nader isn't viable. Bush, though charming, doesn't seem too bright! Since none of them realistically represent us, I am making my choice based on the fact that prosperity (for the last 8 years, regardless of who started it) is in fact getting folks on their feet off of welfare, and helping the less fortunate. The economy ain't broke...why fix it? I don't think Gore is the devil incarnate the way some do, although he certainly has his personal problems. So I vote the economy, and will work harder to get a viable third candidate elected in the future.

Seems that this election is all about what individuals want for themselves. Somebody still has to think about the disenfranchised.

Old values from the '60s still, I guess.

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), November 07, 2000.

Wow! I was amazed at how many are voting for Bush. I thought I was a minority or at best it would be a close race. If this forum is any indication, it looks like it is going to be a landslide for Bush. I'm voting for Bush as well althought to be honest I'm not real impressed with either one. There are pros and cons on both candidates that are issues that matter to me but nothing really outweighs the other. As far as third party candidates, I think this would have been the year for them to step up to the plate but they didn't either. Too bad, I would have voted for a third party candidate if any of them had gotten their acts together. I'm a registered Independent so I was open to all possibilities.

-- Colleen (pyramidgreatdanes@erols.com), November 07, 2000.

Many third party candidates did get their act together, but unfortunately the media blocked them out - there were many campaign rallies, meetings, etc. by third parties, they were just blocked out of national media, so it looks like they did nothing. Both Bush and Gore were too scared of the reality third parties would have brought to the debates - better to keep the debates sound bites than to really address the issues. And the national media was just as bad, refusing to cover the candidates except to call them spoilers. Wouldn't it be interesting to have a campaign in which no polls were done, where the media didn't interject their options on the candidates, and everyone just voted by the issues - if people's names aren't attached to the issue or policy, many often agree more with third party platforms - they just get scared off b/c we have been programmed to believe a vote for a third party is a wasted vote. Oh well, off my soap box for now. I still love you guys, even if you are voting for Bush - everyone is entitled to their faults!!! - Julia

-- Julia in Tally (tofubiscuit@excite.com), November 07, 2000.

There isn't much to say about the front runners. If you voted for either one then we're in for the same s--- for the next four years. I can't understand how anyone can vote for Bush he's in the hip pocket of big business and the oil companies. With him in office price on everything will rise, jobs will be lost etc. But then Gore is the same piece of cake. Why can't "we the people" see through the smoke screen these big money candidates put up. Well Nader was the way to go for a positive change in our same o same o politics.

-- Wendy in Lee (Chich@excite.com), November 07, 2000.

Both of us, Bush

-- Cindy in Ky (solidrockranch@msn.com), November 08, 2000.


-- BETTERTHINGSTO DO (ZUMENDE@aol.com), November 08, 2000.

Is it too late to answer? I am glad I voted for Nader. Even though I don't agree with all his ideas, I feel he speaks from the heart instead of bumbling and stumbling trying to say what they think voters want to hear. I get embarrassed for Gush and Bore listening to them.

-- s field (mfield@voyager.net), November 08, 2000.

Should Bush win I'll be very grateful that you voted for Nader. Thank you! Thanks to all of your Nader voters out there.

Little Bit Farm

-- Little bit Farm (littlebit@calinet.com), November 08, 2000.

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