The U.S. Election

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14/10/2004 at 13:36
I've got my absentee ballot ready. Here's how you can make your voice heard:


Operation Clark County
14/10/2004 at 14:32
I'm going to pen my letter tonight. What a good idea.
14/10/2004 at 14:35
woo hoo! thank you, thank you.
14/10/2004 at 14:37
As if British elections weren't boring enough we also have the US one foisted upon us. No offence lu but why the BBC insist on replacing hours of Keeping up appearances and Only fools and horses repeats with coverage of who will be the next supreme commander in chief I have not a clue. Bush really is one the most inarticulate public figures I've ever seen. Has anyone explained just how he came to be the Republican number 1 draft choice?
14/10/2004 at 14:41
They may be boring, Dodge, but they are important and affect all of us. Especially now.

And as for how Bush got in there, money talks. Even if Bush can't.
cns
14/10/2004 at 14:42
the Republicans thort Gore was a shoe-in at the last election too. Gave Dubbyah the nod to keep George Senior quiet and hoped he'd go away once he'd lost the battle. But OH NO they had to go and mess things up and get him elected...
14/10/2004 at 14:54
excellent idea - can't believe that moron is the most powerful man in the world.
14/10/2004 at 14:56
He's not; we have the power to vote him out!
14/10/2004 at 15:09
We don't have the power to vote him out, the US electorate have that and, despite my persistant requests for American citizenship, I'm not a part of the US electorate.

:(
14/10/2004 at 15:10
Do they replace WWF Smackdown with coverage of Tony Blair and Michael Howard?
cns
14/10/2004 at 15:26
wish the BBC/ITV would replace Blair/Howard with WWE Smackdown!
14/10/2004 at 15:31
I wish Smackdown'd swap The Rock and some other 'roid pumped up, bottle blonde, nano-dick with Blair and Howard.
cns
14/10/2004 at 15:55
there was some wrestler (Jessie Ventura?) who became governor of Minneapolis(?) so ther eis a precedence for wrestling into politics...
14/10/2004 at 16:05
Yep, that's him. A wrestler in Minneapolis, a body-builder in California, and a deadweight in Washington.

But c'mon guys, try to keep it serious. If everyone sends a letter it can have a big impact.
14/10/2004 at 16:24
Well I'm sending them J, I hardly ever use it.
14/10/2004 at 16:28
use what?
14/10/2004 at 16:31
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14/10/2004 at 16:37
I've just had a look at that link, would Americans bother reading an unsolicited email from someone in a foreign country discussing their upcoming election and why not to vote for George Dubya? I'd automatically delete it along with those emails regarding moneys to be removed from Nigeria. How do you know who'll get your email address if you did follow their link?
14/10/2004 at 16:38
Its actually the home address they give you dodge!! Imagine getting a letter from some weirdo in kentucky saying vote for the libdems!
14/10/2004 at 16:40
Wouldn't it be great if millions of people did this but all had the same address to send their letters to.
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