Well Looks like I'm in this one


Chewy
#1
I did a lot of paper work, spent a couple of bucks (more than I should have maybe), made a bunch phones calls to the US, and its consulate here in Canada and guess who get to vote in this yearís election in the US. Seeing as I was born in the US and moved to Canada when I was like two years old and have never moved back I can vote in the US, I can even become a party member and vote in the primaries. After spending all that time bitching about Bush turns out I can cast a vote in the direction of his opponent.
 
bogie
#2
Democracy speaks!
 
Andem
#3
Then go ahead and vote! Make your voice heard. Help get him out of office.
 
undergradNITZ
#4
Get Mr.PubicHair outta the whitehouse...
 
Prometheus
#5
I agree Chewy. I would also post everywhere you can think of to tell Canadians how to see if
they also are eligible to vote in the US.
 
moghrabi
#6
Get this monster out of the Oral Office.
 
Kyle
#7
man if you leave the country you shouldnt vote. you are ovbiously trying to stir some **** up and you are doing wit the wrong person....you'll see, Prez. Bush will win this time again and for good reason..he saved America from terrorists and ppl like saddam..Kerry will lose he has no creditablity and changes his opinion on everything so he can get more votes..you people and politics.
 
Chewy
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Kyle

man if you leave the country you shouldnt vote. you are ovbiously trying to stir some **** up and you are doing wit the wrong person....you'll see, Prez. Bush will win this time again and for good reason..he saved America from terrorists and ppl like saddam..Kerry will lose he has no creditablity and changes his opinion on everything so he can get more votes..you people and politics.

Well I can say that I almost disagree with you on just about everything you've posted. As a citizen of the US by the definition of the US Government I have that right, they gave it to me. I didn't take it from them. As a citizen of this country I need to speak up for my nations needs, however as a citizen of this world I have a duty to speak for them. Bush and his administration are not looking out for the best interest of the populous of this plant, the world is not better safer nor is stable under his leadership. If Bush wanted to put an end to terrorism he would not start with Saddam he might start with his nationís foreign policy. A policy that has supported and subsidized or turned a blind eye toward most of the terrorism in the world. Oddly I donít think Kerry is much of a prize either, but he at the monument is the lesser of two imbeciles.
 
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