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Should Senator John Kerry have won the election?

If Senator Kerry had won, he would've pulled out all of the troops from Iraq. The way he saw it, there was really no point in keeping the troops over there like President Bush is doing.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    yes of course kerry should have won.

    not only is he the better man by a long shot, but the trials in ohio regarding voter irregularities in the 2004 election are getting literally no coverage from the so-called liberal media.

    as i see from the moron brigade that has preceded me in answering this - no one really has any concrete reasons for not liking kerry - just whatever the vastly pro-bush media (in 2004) said about kerry.

    kerry was opposed to the war in vietnam, but volunteered to go anyway and was decorated with the bronze, silver and multiple purple hearts for his bravery.

    i think it's a national disgrace that a decorated war hero like kerry is so slandered by the media.

    the next time you hear one of these neocon sheeple morons complain about how no one likes bush remember the insane posts that preceded mine in answering this question.

    i'll say it again - george w. bush is not fit to carry john kerry's jock strap.

    bush is a punk nothing drunk.

    kerry is a decorated war hero with a sense of bravery and values and morals that bush can only dream about...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    John Kerry most likely did win, there are still court cases in Ohio pointing out the irregularity's to the last election, Fla. was another question mark also. Either would have put Kerry over Bush. People that say John Kerry would have been worse, I have got to ask how in the living name of Jesus could that possible be. George Bush has got to be the most immoral fake in this century and his invading Iraq will go down as this century's Hitler invading Poland. Bush is a downright war criminal for his crimes against the Iraqi people and his crimes against humanity and should have been hung right beside Saddam.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    <<there was really no point in keeping the troops over there like President Bush is doing>>

    Unless of course, you have a problem with:

    > Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds slaughtering each other on a scale not seen since Somalia and Rwanda...and maybe worse.

    > Iran taking control of Iraq and dominating the region and it's resources

    > Iraq becoming a hardline muslim government like Afghanistan was, but with the support of Syria and Iran...and their weapons.

    > Confirming to every terrorist cell on the globe that America has no backbone or will to fight and that all you have to do is kill civilians and soldiers for a few years and we will eventually give up and leave, like Vietnam..which led to the slaughter of 3-5 million Vietnamese and Cambodians at the hands of goverments who took over after we left.

    So, anyway...yes. If you wanted all of the above to happen, Kerry should have won the election.

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  • 4 years ago

    No, i do no longer wish he had gained. Obama's extra appropriate. Amanda ok - I stay in Texas. George Bush isn't a cowboy, and "cowboy" should not be a derogatory term!!!!!!!!!!! i be attentive to a lot of cowboys and maximum of them compete in rodeos to pay their college training. those are clever adult males. George Bush grew up in New England, attended Yale and lived in the suburbs of Dallas/Austin... he's as Cowboy as Edgar Allen Poe!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Probably, If Bush cheated in one election he probably found some way of cheating on the other one too. I don't like Kerry but I voted for him because he could not have ever been as bad as Bush.

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  • 1 decade ago

    John Kerry Voted to go to war, as did Hillary, John Edwards, and many other Demcrats...

    Now, they all blame Bush... even though they forget that Congress and most Democrats voted to go to Iraq.

    Those darn pesky facts...

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  • 1 decade ago

    John Kerry did not win,will never win a national

    election because he hates the military .He can win in the state that elects kennedys but no where else.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No, he shouldn't have won and that's why he didn't. You're right, he would have pulled the troops out of Iraq, and because of this, we would have had many more attacks on American soil. I definitely wouldn't feel safe with him as P-P-Pr-

    I can't even type the words. The thought is too scary.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I from Massachusetts. John Kerry's home state. He hasn't did anything for anyone since he's been in office.

    Remember he and his wife as billionaires. I just don't get it. Hopefully someone beats him for senator in 2008!

    In 2004 he was just an anti bush vote, he would of got crushed is any body but Bush ran against him.

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  • 1 decade ago

    At this point in our country's international political situation, I think that almost anyone could have done a better job than our current President. Bush is a bumbling idiot, it's painfully obvious at any press conference.

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