New Poll: Who Would You Vote For in 2004?

Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by KenH, Nov 13, 2003.

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New Presidential Poll: Who Would You Vote For in 2004?

  1. Ralph Nader - Green Party

    11.8%
  2. Howard Dean - Democrat Party

    2.9%
  3. Michael Badnarik - Libertarian Party

    44.1%
  4. George W. Bush - Republican Party

    17.6%
  5. Judge Roy Moore - Constitution Party

    20.6%
  6. Other

    2.9%
  7. I Do Not Plan To Vote

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. KenH

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    Let's update our hypothetical polling in this forum on the 2004 U.S. presidential race. [​IMG]
     
  2. NaasPreacher (C4K)

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    If Moore were president would he continue to violate court orders?
     
  3. I Am Blessed 24

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    I voted 'other' simply because it is too premature for me to state who I will vote for a year from now. :confused:
     
  4. Pennsylvania Jim

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    But I know who you will vote for in the end. ;)
     
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    Hopefully.
     
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    Don't want to derail your thread Jim, but do we really want an executive who chooses which court orders to obey and which to disobey?

    We an start a new thread on this if you wish.

    Roger
     
  7. Pennsylvania Jim

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    Roger, it's not my thread but I'm proud to be confused for KenH. :D

    Anyway, I have some thoughts on this but no time to get them into a post right now...maybe in the next few days I'll open one up if you don't first. Thanks for the reply.
     
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    Whoops. sorry to both of you guys (he said sheepishly) [​IMG]
     
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    Sounds like Andrew Jackson and Thomas Jefferson.

    Judicial supremacy has been widely accepted only since the 1950s, really.
     
  10. CalvinG

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    I picked "other." I think I will abstain this time or write the name of a great American statesman as a write-in. Never mind if he doesn't have a chance of winning. I just can't stomach voting for Bush a second time.
     
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    There are several individuals who would make good presidents. Judge Roy More, Allan Keyes, Kay Cole James, all these would be 1000% beter than any of those running now(including President Bush).We need a true Christian leader. [​IMG]
     
  12. KenH

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    bump
     
  13. KenH

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  15. KenH

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    A rather cheap stunt, Joseph, but this is not a theology forum and I am not the president of these United States who made a public comment equating my Lord Jesus Christ, the only way to salvation for anyone, with the Muslim idea of God.

    If theology is something that one wants to talk about, just go here - www.baptistboard.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=001905#000011
     
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    Um, Ken.

    It would appear that questioning a person's theology in the politics forum is not that uncommon. You might want to see if your false indignation is warranted before you continue with your self righteous rant:

    http://www.baptistboard.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=18;t=000830;p=3

    "In his September 1993 speech to the Christian Coalition, Buchanan declared: "Our culture is superior. Our culture is superior because our religion is Christianity and that is the truth that makes men free." (ADL Report, 1994)

    Pretty much what I thought. Defend the Christian faith, claim that it is superior to Judaism, and one is called anti-Semitic."

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    Originally posted by Joseph_Botwinick:
    In his September 1993 speech to the Christian Coalition, Buchanan declared: "Our culture is superior. Our culture is superior because our religion is Christianity and that is the truth that makes men free." (ADL Report, 1994)
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    And just what is anti-Semitic about this statement? Do you as a Christian not believe that Christianity advances a culture and that men are set free by the gospel? "

    http://www.baptistboard.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=18;t=000958

    Joseph Botwinick
     
  17. KenH

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    I see. So you, Joseph, disagree with my statement that the gospel of Jesus Christ sets me free and that He is the only way to Heaven. And further it sounds like you are saying that the gospel of Jesus Christ as found in the pages of the New Testament is anti-Semitic.

    Take that to the theology forum and see how many people here agree with you that the gospel is anti-Semitic and see how many agree with you that the gospel doesn't set men free.
     
  18. KenH

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    You know, Joseph, the man you state you are going to vote for in 2004 as president of these United States equates Jesus Christ with the Muslim idea of God and, since you have absolutely on defense for this belief, you attack me instead of dealing with the issue of President Bush's statement. I'm not running for president. Therefore, my theological beliefs are outside the purview of this forum. President Bush's beliefs, when stated as the president, are.

    It is clear to me now that that means you have capitulated on the issue.
     

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