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Posted by tgl on 2004-07-16 04:36:46 +0000

WH2004

[url]http://www.pollingreport.com/wh04gen.htm[/url] Checking in on polling data after persuring the dontvoteralph.net website. Particularly like the Nesweek Poll that shows 10% of Demcrats polled responded that they would vote for Bush/Cheney. Wow. The Ds are worried about Ralph's 2%?

Posted by frame609 on 2004-07-16 05:30:31 +0000
I talked to a lady at the restaurant yesterday who suggested that Nader is going to do more to drain votes away from Bush than Kerry this time around.

Posted by tgl on 2004-07-16 14:49:09 +0000
[url]dontvoteralph.net[/url] These guys don't think so. I can see how he might be a choice for libretarian leaning Republicans. I'm really torn. I can see the argument that not voting for the major party candidate that most closely resembles your opinions in favor of a third-party candidate can marginalize your vote. But, geez, John-John? That's my choice? I firmly believe that Ralph Nader should be allowed to try and get on the ballot if that's what he wants to do. I admit I blew it in the primaries. I'm undeclared, so I took a Republican ballot and wrote in "Colin Powell". If I'm interested in voting for a Democrat, then I should have voted Kucinich in the primaries. Funny thing is that rumors are that Bush might dump Cheney for: Powell, McCain, Rice or Frist.

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