View Full Version : If Chief Fans were picking a President.... Post your pick now.

10-05-2000, 10:24 AM
Ok this may cross the line, but I am not afraid to show my political party favorite and think that it would be fun to see who would win a Presidential election, on a Chiefs Planet.

Let me state- up until the election it is OK to change your vote if you feel the need- on the day of the election all votes will be final, tallied, and official. Please indicate on your post if you are changing a previous vote (this will make it easier for me to keep a running tally on votes.

No Non-candidates will be counted. Example: I really want to vote for ALGORE, but instead i think I will choose Rich Gannon. However, all candidates on the ticket are acceptable (i.e. Ralph Nader)

And with that being said let me cast the first vote for:

George W. Bush

Maybe we can send the results to the news media for a Chiefs fan poll so that they can get a feel for the Football fan vote. Note: non-Chief Fans, feel free to vote, but state that you are not a Chief Fan so that we can run a secondary poll for Non-Chiefs fans picks.

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10-05-2000, 10:27 AM
Jesse "The Mind" Ventura

It looks I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue!

10-05-2000, 10:46 AM
Why, Carl Peterson, of course!!


The Blessed Virgin Larry
10-05-2000, 10:46 AM
At last a combined FOOTBALL/Political topic.
I'll cast my vote for AL GORE.

I live in Texas and believe me, you don't want the same things that have happened here under Bush to happen to the rest of the country. *grin*

10-05-2000, 10:51 AM
Ok, seriously, I vote for Al Gore.

Why? The lesser of two evils, simply.


10-05-2000, 10:53 AM
I'm voting for George W. Bush.

The guy is going to do more for my paycheck and my cousins in the military. Gore likes government programs that dont work and he comes off wayyyyy fake.

10-05-2000, 11:04 AM
Early indications on the Chiefs planet indicate a dead heat....

Bush- 2
Gore- 2

This could get interesting- let's keep it going.

10-05-2000, 11:06 AM
Early indications on the Chiefs planet indicate a dead heat....

Bush- 2
Gore- 2

This could get interesting- let's keep it going.

Mark M [BornChiefs]
10-05-2000, 11:07 AM
G Dubya Bush,

1.lesser of 2 evils
2.I'm not a special interest group member
3.Don't like abortion, supreme court nominations pending soon
4.al/bill....birds of a feather..
5. I want a REAL MAN's @$$ kickin' military, not a powder puff, PC, sensative one

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10-05-2000, 11:10 AM
The candidate that best represents my political philosophy is Harry Brown of the Libertarian Party. He has no chance to win. This leaves me the choice of picking the evil of two lessors. Bush is closer over all to my way of thinking than Gore However: I do like the Balance created between Congress and the White house with a liberal executive and a conservative congress. The true lasting power of a President is in the appointment of Judges. These are lifetime appointments and will have a great lasting impact on our lives. My legal philosophy is almost evenly divided between the left and the right. I detest the authoritarian attitude of the right and have great disdain for the meddlesome protect us from ourselves attitude from the left. So what is a person to do?
I guess my vote is for Bush. I see him as slightly less full of excrement than Gore.

Still looking for the “none of the above” lever.

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10-05-2000, 11:14 AM
I prefer Gore over Trent Lott, er - I mean George Bush.

10-05-2000, 11:23 AM
George W. Bush

Enough said! http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/biggrin.gif:

10-05-2000, 11:26 AM
George W. Bush

10-05-2000, 11:27 AM
Wouldn't be prudent to vote for anyone but George. Go Bush, Go Chiefs.

Iron Chef
10-05-2000, 11:27 AM
I am also much closer to the libertarian way of thinking.

Government should protect our borders, protect individual rights listed in the constitution, and enforce justice against those that violate those rights.

Government should pretty much stay out of all else.

Since neither party will do that, will go with the party that will take less from my wallet.

George Bush it is!

10-05-2000, 11:28 AM
Busch Light

10-05-2000, 11:28 AM
I am a Libertarian, but there is no way a Libertarian gets the office. So I am stuck with Gore or Bush. I don’t like either. But the decision is simple: I cannot abide the thought of Gore picking Supreme Court Justices. I want my Court conservative. Rule strictly by the Constitution. I hate to see the Judicial system legislating from the bench.

Therefore, with sadness in my heart, a tear in my eye and a bad odor in my nose, I will cast my vote for Bush.

thoroughly disgusted with the current state of the electoral process.<BR>

10-05-2000, 11:36 AM
Late breaking poll news... it appears that in early results from a Chiefs poll that...

George W. Bush is leading the polls by a very controversial amount when compared to most media polls that indicate AlGore leading. http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

Bush 9... possibly 10 if you count the vote for Busch Lite... please clarify that vote and we will make it 10 for sure.

Gore 3

Let's continue to rock the vote here on the Chiefs Planet!<P>

Fort Chief
10-05-2000, 11:39 AM
Lesser of two evils...

Al Gore. At least he has half a brain.

Bush's dome is totally empty IMO.

10-05-2000, 11:40 AM
No, I would much rather have us lose our guns, our freedoms and have another complete loser in the white house. That in mind, I will choose the lesser of two evils. George Bush.

BIG DADDY - wishing we had some different choices.<BR>

10-05-2000, 11:42 AM
Oregon Chief,
What part of Oregon are you from?. Don't remember too many Republicans in Oregon.

Lurker Brett
10-05-2000, 11:57 AM
gaz, that must have hurt.

I hate the 2 party system. Partisanship overrides sense of duty. With that being said I lean towards the conservative side and am partially responsible for the last 8 years as I voted for Perot in 92'.

I won't make that mistake again. So, I will vote for Bush.

One last thing, since the 2 party system is here to stay I wish the issue of term limits would be raised again. Many republicans elected to congress in 94 were elected because they supported term limits, only to table the issue once they gained control.

I don't trust any of them.

10-05-2000, 11:57 AM
Another Libertarian here, but every time I vote for 'em a Democrat sneaks into office. So this time I'm voting for G-Dub.

10-05-2000, 12:00 PM
I am from Hillsboro (a suburb of Portland). You might be surprised how many of us there are. We just aren't talked about as much in the media. Kinda like the Chiefs not getting any publicity because it is not glamorous.

Example: Do you report about people that are generally conservative and don't create exciting news headlines or do you report about the protesters at the WHO rallies. Everyone imagines a bunch of "tree huggers" (no offense meant if you love trees) here in Oregon, because we have a lot of trees . Well, it may surprise a lot of people to know but there are a lot of large companies here in Oregon. (Nike and Intel, and many other Tech comapnies are very big where I live)

Bush and company have been here a lot trying to get the vote!

Anyhow, the tally is now

Bush 12-13 (need to see if Busch Light vote is really for GW)

Gore 4

Where are you from?

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10-05-2000, 12:09 PM

What are the main differences between a Libertarian and a Republican? This is not a joke, I just have never heard that much about this party. Imagine that.

It seems that most who are Libertarian choose Bush instead of AlGore. Is Ralph Nader the Libertarian candidate?

Help an uninformed citizen. (Here is your chance to talk for your party.)

the head
10-05-2000, 12:11 PM
There are things that I like and dislike about both canidates, but my policital views are closer to the Libertarian view than the 2 major parties. The paradox with George Bush is that he wants to "Empower" the individual except in the area of abortion, whereas he wants the government to decide what a woman can and cannot do with her body. For that reason alone, I must (unenthusiastically) vote for Al Gore.

Lurker Brett
10-05-2000, 12:18 PM

That is true, Bush does feel that abortion does kill innocent children, that's a normal conservative view.

Gore at one time was against abortion but has turned into a killer of innocent children, which, is one more reason I can't vote for him.

The Blessed Virgin Larry
10-05-2000, 12:20 PM
this is just a simple vote thread. Just say Gore or Bush - it's that simple. It will save a lot of time.

10-05-2000, 12:27 PM
Oregon Chief,

Actually I was speaking from experience since I was raised in Medford. Just happy to see more conservatives in Oregon.<BR>

10-05-2000, 12:27 PM
Bush just likes to kill people after they're grown up, as opposed to before they are even born. Cheney is a joke. He couldn't get the job done in Irag or Yugoslavia under "daddy" and I don't think he's learned from it. Same old, same old.

candidate: Nader

Non-candidate: Ventura

If I had to pick between one of the two major yahoos, I would pick Bush because I think that he will screw things up worse (start taking more individual rights) than Gore and maybe people will start to see how full of bunk this two party system is. The tax issue is moot. Niether one will be able to do anything with it.<BR>

10-05-2000, 12:31 PM

What are the main differences between a Libertarian and a Republican? This is not a joke, I just have never heard that much about this party. Imagine that.

It seems that most who are Libertarian choose Bush instead of AlGore. Is Ralph Nader the Libertarian candidate?

Help an uninformed citizen. (Here is your chance to talk for your party.)

10-05-2000, 12:39 PM

In general, Libertarians are oriented towards individual rights and responsibility. They are willing to take personal responsibility for the choices they make and do not want the government making those choices for them.

For example, most Libertarians would not prevent you from smoking dope, but would punish the crap out of you if you got stoned and caused a car wreck. Most Libertarians wonder exactly what National Security Issues were at risk in Bosnia. Most Libertarians would oppose the government limiting abortion, even though they might be personally against it. Most Libertarians want less government intrusion in every aspect of life, both social and economic arenas.

Libertarians tend to hold to the Constitution, period. You will find that most are states rights advocates who want the smallest Federal government possible.

Since the Constitution provides the foundation for the Libertarian viewpoint, they tend to be more conservative than liberal, but this should not be confused with Republican Vs Democrat.

providing the Reader’s Digest version.<BR>

10-05-2000, 12:39 PM
Elvis.... http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

Gore...better looking daughters and with the choices we have that is a viable reason!


"The word "genius" isn't applicable in football. A genius is a guy like Norman Einstein."
-Joe Theisman, NFL football quarterback and sports analyst

10-05-2000, 12:39 PM
Ralph Nader is the green party.

Actually I am much more of a Libertarian than a republican. The Libertarians believe in a MUCH smaller goverment and much less legislation. Everyone being held accountable for their own actions. No stupid laws that try and legislate what your morals should be.( The main difference ). The only laws would those that infringe on others rights. It's a great party actually.

10-05-2000, 12:52 PM
I ask this purely out of curiosity and in no way to question your decision in this highly unscientific staw poll. As a Libertarian, doesn't it gall you to have to make a lesser of evils choice, when the legitimacy and future of the Libertarian party could hinge on a good showing on Nov. 7th? Were I to become a Libertarian and care passionately about the monopoly of a corrupt two party system ruining the future of the country, I'd be hard pressed not to stick with my principles and vote for my candidate, even if it was only symbolic. Thoughts?

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10-05-2000, 01:00 PM

It sticks in my craw something fierce.

To be honest, the Libertarian party is more of a philosophy than an actual party. We will not win the Presidency. We will not control Congress. We will not eliminate the despised two-party system that is crushing this society, IMO.

Like it or not, the two-party system is so entrenched that we may never be rid of it. A Libertarian candidate has zero chance of becoming President.

So I am faced with a choice:
1. Be dogmatic and vote Libertarian despite the sure knowledge that my man CANNOT win.
2. Be pragmatic and vote for the Republican or Democrat who is closest to my perspective.

I choose pragmatism, but I do not like it.

just this side of depressed about the whole mess.<BR>

10-05-2000, 01:10 PM
Perhaps the Libertarian Party should become a special interest group instead of a political party. Then perhaps you'd see more of the philosophy realized than offering symbolic Presidential candidates. Democrats and Republicans respond well to 'donations'. I'll pass the hat.
I'm off to the links - you kids play nice.

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Iron Chef
10-05-2000, 01:23 PM
Riddle me this...How is it that life long politicians, IE Gore and Clinton, that have never been paid more than $154,000 dollars per year end up being millionaires many times over when leaving office. hhmmmm

10-05-2000, 01:33 PM
George W. Bush.

I do not believe in Socialism.

I do not believe that the State is more important than the individual. I do not believe that the State is smarter than I, nor do I believe it knows what is best for me. I do not believe that you empower people to greatness by making them dependent on you (through fear, intimidation, or economics). I do not believe in world government (unless it's ours).

I believe politicians are elected to make hard choices about which programs are a high enough priority to fund, not easy choices about how much more revenue can we raise (or debt can we withstand) to fund every program we want.

A vote for Al Gore is a vote for the above.

i do not joke about politics...

10-05-2000, 01:34 PM
I don't vote along party lines, but for the better candidate. I wanted Bush in '92, and Clinton in '96 over Dole. In my eyes, the better candidate is clearly Gore. He's a very smart man, and yet I don't agree with everything he says and does, I'd much rather have him leading our country than Braindead Bush.

Gore it is.

10-05-2000, 01:50 PM
Problem with our voting system is that 50% of the voting power in this country only pays a small percentage of the taxes. The actual people that pay the burden of the taxes in this country are misrepresented at the polls. Those 50% want candidates that will give them more because it will be paid for by others. The Dems thrive on this and use scare tactics to make these people think they will lose their government benefits if a Republican is elected. Bigger government, more taxes, and the people that pay the burden are not fairly represented at the polls. Doesn't seem right.

The Republican party isn't perfect either but it is closer to what I believe in. My vote goes to Bush.


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10-05-2000, 01:57 PM
Busch Light is my nickname for GW, so yeah, my vote is for GWB.

Mark M [BornChiefs]
10-05-2000, 01:58 PM

Someone posted samples from ALGORE, W college transcripts the other day.

Check them out...Bush WAY outperformed GORE...AS I recall, Bush got an MBA and Gore flunked out of Law school.

who is the numbskull?

10-05-2000, 02:06 PM

Good idea. That may be the only viable strategy for the Libertarian party, since they are not going to get their candidate elected. The problem is that Libertarians are probably too cheap to donate money to a mainstream candidate...

Once more, pragmatism rears its ugly head.

mired in the two-party system.<BR>

10-05-2000, 04:35 PM
Another quick update....

Bush in the lead with 15 votes

Gore in second with 7 votes

Nader on the ballot with 1 vote.

So far the votes are 2:1 in favor of the "dumby".

Hmm, could the media be wrong ?

By the way, thanks all for the help on the Libertarian front. Next question, what is a Green Party?

Is it anything like Green Peace?

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10-05-2000, 04:44 PM
Anyone who posted on the other topic please post here also. Thanks.<P>

10-05-2000, 04:45 PM
GWB gets my vote.

Gore - kill the inocent (babies), save criminals (guilty types)

Bush - babies live (inocent), criminals that deserve it die (guilty).

Some how it doesn't seem to me that it's much of a choice.

If you look at the "programs" they both say they have the solution, when actually neither of them do.

Best presidential canditate to date:
Alan Keyes!!!!!!

Duck Dog
10-05-2000, 04:47 PM

I have a game in History where students pick the best candidate without knowing who the people are.

Lincoln had no formal education after the 8th grade and he is considered one of the best presidents ever...

10-05-2000, 04:48 PM
I think your straw poll is pretty much on the money. Bush has a huge lead nationwide among white males. So unless all the nicknames on the BB are attached to Cantonese women, I'm not a bit surprised.

10-05-2000, 04:49 PM
Tom - hope you don't mind. I removed your duplicate post.

10-05-2000, 05:20 PM
Oregon Chief Fan,
It started as an envirementalist type party and developed very socialist roots. I am far from an expert on the party though.<BR>

10-05-2000, 05:29 PM
Ralph Nader.

10-05-2000, 05:45 PM

Gave a little thought to Nader, who is probably a little more in line with my viewpoints, but I didn't exactly want to see 3 Clarence Thomas clones get appointed to the Supreme Court.


10-05-2000, 07:07 PM
This is a tough one.

I absolutely dislike Bush as a person. There's something about him that just annoys me. I also dislike Cheney. But, Bush's values and beliefs and programs are things that tend to go along with what I believe in.

I dislike Gore a little less, he comes off as more personable. I also really like Lieberman. Unfortunately, Gore agrees with very little that I believe in.

So the sticking point for me is the fact that whoever is elected President is going to be in charge of nominating Justices. And I want a President that will nominate conservative Justices that will back up the Constitution.

So, reluctantly, I'll be voting for Bush.

10-05-2000, 08:37 PM
George W. Bush

As a lifelong Republican, GWB is my only recourse. I think McCain would have made a better candidate.

Not disgruntled....yet.

Desert Chief
10-05-2000, 08:48 PM

10-05-2000, 08:48 PM
Millions of Americans will benefit from the Bush Presidency...

... as long as they are white, Christian and make more than 50,000 dollars a year.

I wish I could list the many issues that compel me to vote a certain way but my dyslexia make my typing very laborous.

As a resident of the state of Texas I can say with some confidence that George Bush lacks the capacity to make important decisions for our country.

One reason I say that Is because his views will be distorted by powerful oil companies, the religious right and the NRA.

I will vote for Al Gore
A Chiefs/Royals/Jayhawks Fan Living Where Cowboys/Rangers/Longhorns Fans Live...Help!

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10-05-2000, 08:58 PM

Middle class and know the onl way I will get a tax cut will be if Bush is elected.

Don't trust Clinton and am beginning to trust Gore even less, how can one man have a new lie to tell us every day?

10-05-2000, 09:19 PM
Hmmm trust a man with a now admitted track record to lying about being in Texas to help with govt assistance in crisis situations, comparing his mother inlaws drugs to his dogs, schoolchildren with no chairs, old ladies gathering cans in the snow to pay for prescriptions, inventing the internet, and being on the front in Vietnam....

or a man who realizes he has faults and deficiencies (as ALL of us do) and strengthens those shortcomings by surrounding himself with others who are qualified in the areas that he is lacking?

Is this some sort of trick question?

George W. and Dick Cheney

Puttin' on my game face!

F. Gump
10-05-2000, 09:26 PM
bush all the way

gore veiled attempt to look like ronald reagan put it over the top for me the other night......has there ever been a phonier person (excluding bill clinton)?

10-05-2000, 09:31 PM
You're right, KCWolfman, we all do realize that Bush has faults and deficiencies. http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/wink.gif

10-05-2000, 09:43 PM
Dan - How convenient to miss the first paragraph and Gores admitted lies to the american public in order to garnish a few more votes....

Since you did not use all data available in my post, I am assuming that you are voting dem?

10-05-2000, 09:46 PM
Russ - Post #52 is DanT

10-05-2000, 09:46 PM
Sun - I was also annoyed by Gores constant grumbling, tsk tsking, and chuckles while Bush was speaking.
Not only was it rude, but probably calculated by his staff to take away from anything of value that Bush may have said.

10-05-2000, 09:52 PM
Morph - I was being facetitious as Dan did not use ALL of the information available to respond.

10-05-2000, 09:56 PM
Russ - Oppps, missed the subtle smack.

Feeling a little slow.

10-05-2000, 11:13 PM
Latest poll results...

Bush 22
Gore 11
Nader 2

Trend continuing

Bush 2: Gore 1: Nader 1/10<P>

The Blessed Virgin Larry
10-06-2000, 12:01 AM
I agree. Those of us that do live in Texas KNOW what will happen if Bush is elected.
I'll easily cast my vote for AL GORE.

10-06-2000, 06:34 AM
All you Texas guys, if you voted for Bush for only one reason, to get him out of Texan it would be good for your state, right?

I would rather have a Christian in office than someone who can't tell the difference between truths and untruths, must be something he caught from bill and hilary.

As for me, I will vote for Bush (because the only real candidate didn't have a chance because he is black Alan Keyes!!!!!!).

10-06-2000, 08:48 AM
Any good Chiefs fan should take Abe Lincoln. He was slow to get his offense going, but once he did he really kicked butt.

10-06-2000, 09:33 AM
George W. Bush will receive my vote.

He will lower tax's for EVERYONE.
If we can keep more of our money, then possibly more MOMS will be able to stay at home and help raise the children. When Moms
have the CHOICE to stay at home, MORE kids will have a better chance of keeping thier heads turned on straight.

I am not a male chovinist pig either.
My wife and I have no children. I have 5
other brothers and sisters. I have observed
and learned alot from them and how there
kids turned out.

It only makes since that if we can keep more of our money, we can spend more time at home.
When parents spend time at home, it helps the FAMILY.

This is one of many reasons why George W. Bush will receive my vote.

Chiefs Rock

Lurker Brett
10-06-2000, 09:37 AM
I agree with Henry. Society has lost sight of how important it is for kids to be raised at home instead of at day care.

10-06-2000, 09:56 AM
George W. Bush

There are many reasons I like him & his Ideas.

But the The thing that convinces me beyond a doubt, is who the other choice is. Sorry I have a hard time Accepting Mr. Gore's new found ethics. I wouldn't trust Gore to watch my Dog, let alone MY COUNTRY!

FYI, Henry, Nice post. But that should really read "parents" instead of "mom's".

10-06-2000, 11:12 AM
George W. Bush

Without a doubt

Less Government in 2000

10-06-2000, 11:15 AM

10-06-2000, 11:32 AM

If I want to see a Democrat pretending to be President I can watch "West Wing" on Wednesday nights...


"When you're not the lead dog in the pack, the view is always the same"

10-06-2000, 11:42 AM

Not because I'm for him, but against the other two. Some people say that's throwing away a vote, but I disagree. By voting for someone other than TweedleDip or TweedleDumbass (you pick who's who) I am expressing my displeasure for the two party system.

We should have what Russia has--at the bottom of the ballot is a box marked "None of the Above". We need one of those!

Mark M
--Trying to be a Regular without getting fired.

10-06-2000, 01:14 PM

Bush 28
Gore 12
Nader 3

Bush gaining bigger on Gore.. Nader gaining on both ( a little based on trends)<P>

10-08-2000, 06:09 PM
Well, it looks like we may have exhausted the topic out. Thought I might give it one more go in case interest is still there in anticipation of this week's debate.

If no interest, then we may have a winner.<P>

Duck Dog
10-08-2000, 06:12 PM
4 more years of "Read My Lips...No New TAxes"

I still vote for Gore

10-08-2000, 06:48 PM

10-08-2000, 07:04 PM

You really need to look at the creditability of Gore. The man follows Clinton and is a compulsive liar. I find it hard to take that an educated woman would vote for the likes of Gore. Nader would be a better choice. Better write in "None of the Above", that would surely be a better use of a vote.

I have only chosen to eliminate Gore from the race due to his inability to be consistantly truthful, politicians are bound to lie, even his running mate has changed course with his freedom of choice for women. As a devout Jew he has gone against all that his religion believes in this area.


10-08-2000, 08:04 PM
Pam - I am assuming you are bothered by the elder Georges inability to keep his promise with the "No new taxes" verbage. And I understand. However, your logic has enough holes to drive a truck through.

#1. George W was not the man who said "No new taxes", it was his father.

#2. If dishonesty bothers you, then you are foolish to vote for a man who already admitted to several lies in the past 3 weeks alone (prescription drug prices, visiting Texas during the flash fires, little girls with no place to sit in school, taking money from the film industry only days after condenming the exact same people for promoting sex and violence to our youth).

Puttin' on my game face!

Duck Dog
10-09-2000, 08:34 AM
YOu know, you are right...Nader would be a good vote. I voted for Ears the last time??????????

But I still think Gore is the lesser of the two evils.

10-09-2000, 04:43 PM
Oh Pammy,

Please do not ruin my image of you!!!!

I think you are probably one of the "real Chiefs fans" here. Write in Elvis for President before you check the box for Gore.
He will ruin our country, Bill already has us on the road to Hell in a handbasket!!!

Don't do it Pam, Please!!!!!

10-12-2000, 07:30 AM
Bush 28
Gore 13
Nader 3

Let's see if the debates last night will insight a few more new voters on the Chiefs Planet.

10-12-2000, 07:36 AM
Henry ... I'm not as informed as most others on politics, but your #71 post was just silly.

Bush will lower taxes for everyone, more moms can stay at home and keep their children focused on the good things in life.

Gimme a break.

10-12-2000, 07:41 AM
Count me for Bush; less government in my back pocket and education for ALL children.

should be writing campaign slogans...<BR>

10-12-2000, 07:46 AM
I wouldn't vote for gore if you put a gun to my head!
However, if you pulled the trigger and blew my brains out, I would probably be dumb enough to cast a vote for gore! http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/biggrin.gif http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/biggrin.gif


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10-12-2000, 08:10 AM
No fair. Luzap already voted once in reply #38!

10-12-2000, 08:12 AM
It doesn't matter whether I vote for Nader or Bush. Either one will have the desired effect -- Gore will lose.

Fiscal conservative Ross Perot stole just enough votes from Bush Sr. to give Clinton the nod. Nader will have the same effect on Gore. More power to him.

ChiefsPlanet Administrator
Jimmy Raye for President...anything to get him out of Kansas City
[i]More Moreau</I>

10-12-2000, 08:28 AM
Thanks for monitoring.

I will not count a second vote... nice try Luz. If anyone finds other double votes let me know. I will not count them.

BTW.... when all the debates are over and the final vote is cast after the election I will review all of the votes for a final, "official vote count"... and then we will elect our Candidate for Chiefs Planet Prez.

10-12-2000, 09:35 AM
Ooops, sorry!

I must have been dreaming that I was in a Buddhist Temple...

shouldn't i count as two votes?...

10-12-2000, 09:51 AM
I'll cast my vote here today and again on 11/7 for George W Bush.


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the head
10-12-2000, 10:40 AM
The main reason that I was voting for Gore was that he was for a woman's right to chose. But there is no way in good conscience that I can vote for Gore. He's a 2 faced, elitist liar. Bush and Chaney have several new programs and ideas that intrigue me. I wish they'd stay out of a woman's personal decision. But oh well. Change my vote to Bush.

PS - Pam, for a teacher you're not very well informed. For the record, the Democratic congress convinced Bush to raise taxes so that they would make other concessions. A president can't make new laws and raise taxes alone.

10-12-2000, 10:57 AM
Wasn’t that the old LBJ rally-cry?
Vote early and often http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/smile.gif<BR>

10-12-2000, 12:09 PM
I cast my vote for George W. Bush. I think it is a no-brainer. I am one of the few people I know who embraces gridlock. I say give me a heartless Republican President and a bleeding heart Congress and they will meet in the middle, all the while keeping a distrustful eye on each other.

10-12-2000, 12:14 PM
Please oh please don't let us be inflicted with Gore. The thought of him replacing Willy frightens me to no end!

I vote Bush!


if I have to listen to one more Packer fan blame it on injuries I'm gonna scream!!! :mad:

10-12-2000, 12:14 PM
Here's how my day started. Somehow the radio that wakes me had wandered to a morning call-in program. The moderator was metaphorically parading the bodies of four dead sailors whose bodies are still warm, and announced to his listeners that Al Gore is more concerned with the melting ice caps than these victims, while playing his personal favorite foreign policy quotes from George Bush in last nights debate. As long as the faithful, lunatic Right insist upon lobbing excrement such as this from the bottom of Rush Limbaugh's garbage can, I will never be able to take seriously their party's candidates, no matter their qualifications. And that is a shame. <P>

10-12-2000, 12:29 PM
Bush - How can anyone trust Gore. He tries to tell you what you want to hear even though it could be a flat-out lie. I guess he learned from the best, except he isn't near as smooth as Slick Willie.

Bush doesn't have all the answers and there are points I don't necessarily agree with, HOWEVER how can America go another 4 years with an administration that can lie to your face and smile while doing it. Gore talks about the school in Florida that had no room and a girl had to stand up in class. The room was full of $100K worth of equipment that hadn't been set up yet. Or the woman in Des Moines that picked up pop cans so she could go to the Convention. The Des Moines Register had a quote from her saying Gore's people paid her over a $1000 to come and show her face.

I'm not saying Bush hasn't mislead the public on something but Gore (the inventor of the internet - by the way Thanks Al) is a poor choice. If you are naive enough to believe Al invented the internet I have some ocean front propery in Missouri to sell you.

Go G.W.!!!

10-12-2000, 12:41 PM
2nd debate down, 1 to go.

Bush is still gaining, (Gore lost 1 vote to Gore ), Nader still holding at 3.

Bush 32
Gore 12
Nader 3

10-12-2000, 12:43 PM
2nd debate down, 1 to go.

Bush is still gaining, (Gore lost 1 vote to Gore ), Nader still holding at 3.

Bush 32
Gore 12
Nader 3

10-12-2000, 03:38 PM
If you look up Special -interest in the dictionary GW Bush's picture is there in full color.

Big-Oil, The NRA & Tobacco -- -- --YEEEE Haaaa.

GW Bush cannot be bought, because he was sold to the Big Oil Companies at birth.

I'll vote GORE
Mark it down!

10-12-2000, 04:49 PM
BUSH is the best!!!!!!!

& George B. aint bad neither!

10-13-2000, 07:16 AM
I vote for for George Bush.


10-13-2000, 07:24 AM
Hadnt seen this thread till now...where has this been hiding.

I thought I would ask Svuba, have you ever heard of Occidental Petroleum? Armand Hammer? Better take a look at your boys background. Gore, Sr. really DID sell his son to big oil, thought you might like to know.

I vote for Bush, quite frankly, because he'll have the least impact on my financial well being as well as my freedoms guaranteed currently by our Constitution.

Ammendments 1 and 2 will be under direct assualt by the Earth in the Lerch author.

10-13-2000, 09:51 AM
Please do not point out the facts on Gore, don't you know it's just a conspiracy?

I've cast my Vote for Bush allready, but it bears repeating...

Who whould you rather have? Someone who makes up things to sound good, even if they are a blatant lie?

Or someone who maybe doesn't have all the answers, but is at least honest about it?

Oh yea, Still waiting to hear Gores reply why the % of uninsured children is rising in the US, yet IS falling in TX. Kinda made himself look bad, but then again, he does that well.

10-13-2000, 09:56 AM
I kinda liked Pat Paulsen for President in '68... http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/wink.gif

10-13-2000, 10:07 AM
its all about the 2nd amendment
so its BUSH all the way

10-13-2000, 10:30 AM
If I remember my history correctly once upon a time the candidate with the second most votes became the Vice President. Can you just imagine that today?

"Ninety eight percent of the adults in this country are decent, hardworking, honest Americans. It's the other lousy two percent that get all the publicity. But then, we elected them."
-Lily Tomlin

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10-13-2000, 10:44 AM
Mark me down for Bush!

where has this thread been hiding?... http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/smile.gif