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Old January 9th, 2004, 02:08 PM
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US Presidential Elections 2004

I know many will wonder why I started this thread and why so early.

Well all of you know, by now, that I like Conservative policies. Since I am not a citizen I cannot vote and can only comment or opine.

Anyway, my conservative thoughts and ideas are to some extent more or less the same as those of the Republican party in USA. So for sake of argument, if I was allowed to vote today, I would vote for a Republican.

However, one thing which changes my opinion is the recent amnesty to illegal aliens. I would not vote for President Bush for just this reason.

I think that many conservatives in USA who supported President Bush will not support him. From media reports they have much more reason to be dissatisfied with President Bush like, for example, his silence when the Ten Commandments were taken out of a court building, pandering to Liberals with respect to the Meicare/Medicaid bill, etc. etc. So we might see a Republican opposition in Congress and Senate but the Presidency might go to a Democrat.

Now without getting into bashing and the usual cacophony, could you opine as to who will be the next President and why?
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Old January 9th, 2004, 02:29 PM
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2004

Bush seems to be on track to win if the economy continues to grow
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