Anna Gregoline | July 29, 2004
Just curiousity - will you vote in the next election? I don't care which way - just wondering if people will. Why or why not?

Erik Bates | July 29, 2004
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Scott Horowitz | July 29, 2004
I don't think I need to write in here who I am voting for. If you've read my posts in the last week, you pretty much know who. My reasoning is simple. I have read through both candidates platforms, I agree with Kerry's much more than Bush. I also believe Bush runs this country in terms of his personal self interest instead of what is good for the nation, which is what is plummetting us into oblivion. Just my 2 cents

addendum: Just read through and asked if you will vote, not who for. hehehe MUST READ FIRST.

I vote in every election, it could just be for county clerk, but I vote. My reasoning is simple. Over 100 years ago, African Americans and Women couldn't vote. The way people have faught to get this right makes it seem extremely important, and it is. Therefore, I vote every year to express my opinions and views on this country. And, also, if you don't vote you have no right to make an opinionated statement about our government. You didn't care enough to pick a candidate who agrees with your views, you can't complain because of your apathy.

Mike Eberhart | July 29, 2004
Damn straight I will, just to cancel out Scott's vote..... :)

Anna Gregoline | July 29, 2004
The last election reminded us that no one's vote cancels out anyone else's.

Jackie Mason | July 29, 2004
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John E Gunter | July 29, 2004
I'll be voting, that's one responsibility I take seriously, at least for the presidential election.

Lori Lancaster | July 29, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | July 29, 2004
I wonder what kind of "Don't blame me, I voted for ________" bumper stickers we'll see after the election?

Scott Horowitz | July 29, 2004
Mine will say, Don't Blame me, I voted for Kodos!!!

Erik Bates | July 29, 2004
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Scott Hardie | July 30, 2004
Of course I'll vote. I used to like voting in the primaries, but frankly, I got so fed up with junk mail from the Democratic candidates that I plan to re-register as independent before summer is out. I'll still vote in the open elections though.

And Mike, if you want to cancel out my vote, you gotta get in line behind just about everybody in my social circle down here, including John Gunter. :-)

Steve West | July 30, 2004
Yes, I'll vote. Unfortunately, for a registered Republican like myself, my state (Maryland) traditionally votes Democratic, so the best I hope for year after voting year is to reduce the amount of the democratic landslide.

Melissa Erin | July 30, 2004
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John E Gunter | July 30, 2004
[quote]And Mike, if you want to cancel out my vote, you gotta get in line behind just about everybody in my social circle down here, including John Gunter. :-)[/quote]

My vote is canceling yours? I thought John Edwards was supposed to be in charge of canceling your vote!!! :-P

John


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