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  • Debate #3 : Bush has cum on the corner of his lip

    :D

  • #2
    I came on this board to make fun of that.

    He's gonna be ripped on for days over this.

    HAHAHAHAHA

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    • #3
      haha what a little dirty whore that Texan Bush is!
      Be Humble or Get Humbled

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      • #4
        He better take that flu shot...Dude can't control his saliva :D

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        • #5
          Hahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhhhaha hahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahahah

          'Nevermind'.....Haha Bush you fuck head.

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          • #6
            Im sorry, but clearly kerry won this debate.

            I can't believe how strong kerry was.He connected with america beautifully.

            1st debate=john kerry

            2nd debate=john kerry(or u could call it a tie)

            3rd debate=john kerry by a mile

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            • #7
              emcee are you serious? this was bush's best showing and i watched most of it

              and lol @ you pre-teens giggling over saliva
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              • #8
                Kerry won this debate. It wasnt as big a margin as the first, but he still was a clear winner I think. It took Bush a while to actually answer questions... he rambled off topic more than Kerry does.
                Originally posted by ethan20
                There's a correlation between cervixal cancer in women and un-circumsized penises. Not to mention it almost cuts your bacteria count on the penis in half.
                Originally posted by reservoirGod
                Ethan sure does know alot about dicks

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                • #9
                  Yo kerry won again, he killed it, all ya fags could front, but i aint republican or democratic so im gon vote for the best *****, and this time it was kerry for sure.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BriMcFly88
                    emcee are you serious? this was bush's best showing and i watched most of it

                    and lol @ you pre-teens giggling over saliva
                    Preteen?
                    Dude i can guarntee your not that much older than me.

                    I didn't say bush did a horrible job, it's all about who had the better performance, who dug deep into the issues, Who looked directly into the camera and connected hearts with the american people.

                    Kerry did, Bush did not. It was to obvious. Clear victor on this debate. U will see on nov. 2. That's a promise.

                    "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today"

                    You couldn't make headlines with raised eyebrows

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                    • #11
                      (CNN) -- Claim: Kerry said Bush has never met with the Congressional Black Caucus.

                      CNN Fact Check: Bush met with the Congressional Black Caucus at the White House on two occasions. The first was on January 31, 2001, shortly after his inauguration. The second was on February 25, 2004, about unrest in Haiti.

                      Bush declined the caucus's invitation to address its annual gala in September 2004. Bush has never met with the NAACP as president, and according to a spokesman for the group, he is the first sitting president since Herbert Hoover to not address an NAACP convention.

                      Claim: Bush said he never said he wasn't worried about Osama bin Laden.

                      CNN Fact Check: Bush said at a March 13, 2002, press conference that he was "truly not that concerned about" Osama bin Laden. His comment was part of a response to this question from CNN's Kelly Wallace: "Don't you believe that the threat that bin Laden posed won't truly be eliminated until he is found either dead or alive?"

                      Bush's response: "Well, as I say, we haven't heard much from him. ... And, again, I don't know where he is. I -- I'll repeat what I said. I truly am not that concerned about him. I know he is on the run. I was concerned about him, when he had taken over a country. I was concerned about the fact that he was basically running Afghanistan and calling the shots for the Taliban. But once we set out the policy and started executing the plan, he became -- we shoved him out more and more on the margins."

                      Claim: Bush said 75 percent of known al Qaeda leaders have been brought to justice.

                      CNN Fact Check: Bush incorrectly suggests that on his watch 75 percent of al Qaeda's leadership has been brought to justice. CIA officials have estimated that 75 percent of the two dozen or so known al Qaeda leaders as of September 11, 2001, have been either killed or captured.

                      The estimate does not take into account post-September 11 activity, or new al Qaeda leaders who have taken the place of those killed or captured. The nonpartisan International Institute for Strategic Studies estimates that al Qaeda has about 18,000 potential operatives, but there is no official data on the size of al Qaeda's total membership, in part because it is difficult to track the number of new recruits since the Iraq war.

                      Claim: Kerry said 5 million Americans have lost their health insurance.

                      CNN Fact Check: According to an August 2004 report by the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of uninsured Americans increased by 5.2 million from 2000 through 2003. The Kerry campaign interprets this to mean that 5.2 million Americans who previously had health insurance lost their coverage while Bush was president.

                      This is not correct. The bureau does not track how many people "lost" health insurance; it tracks the number of uninsured. According to a bureau spokesman, Kerry's claim does not take into account that the U.S. population grew by about 9 million from 2000 through 2003, and that a sizable portion of the 5.2 million may be new workers or immigrants who moved to the United States since Bush took office and never previously had health insurance.

                      Claim: Kerry said 1.6 million jobs were lost under Bush.

                      CNN Fact Check: Kerry was actually referring to the number of private sector jobs lost on Bush's watch. When the increase in public sector jobs is factored in, the overall job loss since January 2001 is 821,000, according to numbers released last week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The bureau also announced that the number of net jobs lost will likely fall to about 585,000 when the agency issues a correction next February.

                      Claim: Bush said Kerry has proposed $2.2 trillion in new spending.

                      CNN Fact Check: Bush's number is based on an analysis by the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank. However, Bush cites an outdated institute report that did not include a detailed Kerry campaign budget plan released August 3, 2004.

                      After factoring in these August proposals, the institute revised its estimate to $1.8 trillion in spending, which the Kerry campaign says is still off base. According to the revised institute analysis, Kerry's largest expenditure is his health care plan -- about $922 billion. But separate independent analyses, one by the nonpartisan Concord Coalition and the other by Emory University professor Ken Thorpe, have each priced Kerry's health care plan at $653 billion.

                      The Concord Coalition analysis finds that Kerry's and Bush's overall spending proposals each cost roughly $1.3 trillion. Thorpe, the Emory professor, is a former Clinton administration official, but the Bush campaign has cited his numbers to support various campaign claims, suggesting they approve of his methodology.

                      Claim: Bush and Kerry each said he will cut the deficit in half.

                      CNN Fact Check: Both promises are extremely optimistic. The current federal deficit is $415 billion and the 10-year shortfall is projected to be $2.3 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

                      The Concord Coalition, a nonpartisan deficit watchdog, analyzed the Kerry and Bush fiscal plans in a report released last week. The report concluded that although both campaigns have promised to cut the deficit in half by 2009, "neither candidate has produced a credible set of numbers to back up his deficit reduction rhetoric."

                      Despite the major differences in each candidate's spending and tax proposals, the Concord Coalition estimated that each candidates would increase the federal deficit by about $1.3 trillion over the next 10 years.

                      From the report: "Both candidates are touting expensive initiatives that would make deficit reduction more difficult in the short term and fiscal sustainability unlikely in the long term. The policy options in their plans are very different, but the bottom lines are not. Regarding the deficit, they appear to be taking alternative routes to a similar destination."

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                      • #12
                        Not that polls are perfect indicators but...

                        USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup post-debate poll-results

                        Regardless of which candidate you happen to support, who do you think did the better job in the debate – John Kerry (or) George W. Bush

                        Debate 1:
                        Kerry 52
                        Bush 39

                        Debate 2:
                        Kerry 47
                        Bush 45

                        Debate 3:
                        Kerry 53
                        Bush 37



                        All results are based on telephone interviews with 511 Registered Voters, aged 18+, who watched the presidential debate October 13, 2004. Respondents were first interviewed October 11-12, 2004, when they indicated there was some chance they would watch tonight's debate and were willing to be called back. For results based on the total sample of debate watchers, one can say with 95% confidence that the margin of sampling error is ±5 percentage points.

                        In addition to sampling error, question wording and practical difficulties in conducting surveys can introduce error or bias into the findings of public opinion polls.

                        Polls conducted entirely in one day, such as this one, are subject to additional error or bias not found in polls conducted over several days.



                        http://www.usatoday.com/news/polls/t...10-14-poll.htm
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                        • #13
                          he dont know where osama is ? well wtf bush is osamas friend usa aint never gonna find him they both destroyed the towers
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                          • #14
                            kerry only makes empty promises to be elected....vote for bush, fucking werd to Kain's post
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                            • #15
                              what amazes me is that people think we are better off with President Bush in power...how the fuck do you people think that? Bush has fucked this country over both at home and in the world. He's just a stubborn man who doesn't listen the the advice of others, except his inner circle. There was a Kerry Ad that had Bush stuttering when he was asked a question about the mistakes he's made while in office...he couldn't think of one. He honestly thinks that America is doing well and that we're going in the right direction.
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