Did I call your candidate names?

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If I did, I apologize. Feel free to call my candidate names... I don't particularly like any of them, even the independent candidates.

-- Atara (atara@raex.com), November 06, 2000


Ur candidate; ee smells like an anchovie!


-- anon (allenk@blkbox.com), November 06, 2000.

Heck, I've even heard about the Ohio Supreme Court race. And I don't live in Ohio. NPR has had two stories on it, this past week, that I've heard.

As for the big presidential race...I was raised a Republican. I bit my lip four years ago and voted for Dole. Midwestern farmers have always been a conservative lot.

Don't tell my parents, but I'm leaning liberal, these days. Just somewhat, and mostly on social issues. I like Bush's privatiziation plan for Social Security, for example, but I tremble most mightily at what his appointees might do to the Supreme Court.'s stance on social issues such as abortion (yeah, the A word), and gay rights (it's coming to the Supreme Court. Soon, in my opinion). At the same time, I fear what Gore might do in regards to environmental laws, which can have a huge impact on the ag industry. For the same reason, I cannnot in good conscience support Ralph Nader, as the Green Party's platorm scares the crap out of me. Buchanan is right out. Hagelin is weird. Harry Browne I don't think is worth the vote.

So, yeah. I guess for this round of the faliure of American politics, can I vote for 'none of the above'? Well, okay. If you insist. Gore it is.

-- Jim (aureth@cornwuff.com), November 06, 2000.

One more quick comment....

Ventura in 2004!

-- Jim (aureth@cornwuff.com), November 06, 2000.

I voted today! Woohoo!

-- Xydexx Squeakypony (xydexx@my-deja.com), November 07, 2000.

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