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Reader Poll for October 25, through November 4, 2004

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Question:
Every four years we ask this question, so here goes . . . The Presidential election is in its final days. Whom do you think will win the 2004 election and Why or Why not?
 
Reader Poll Replies:

I hope the President Bush will win again. Senator Kerry is from my home state, and believe me for 20 years he has done nothing in the Senate, he was hardly there for votes, and is so far to the right that he will only mess up the nation just like he and Ted Kennedy has messed up our liberal give away state. Besides the terrorists want Kerry to win, what does that tell you!!!!  Janice MacFarlane  North Chelmsford, Mass

* I feel it will by president Bush, after all, he has helped the economy, made it possible for me and my family to finally own a house, and fight a terrorist war at the same time.  My hat is off to him and hope he wins.  Rev. J Duncan

In time of war we do not need a changeover -- takes precious time to get cabinet going and all other positions and our president has proven his leadership in crisis, I personally would never vote for anyone who is a traitor to this country--whatever his political party. Ann Gates

* Kerry will win,,,,by default.  4 years ago half the people in the US did not want Bush. They still don't want him as president. The remaining 50 % who did want him can't still be that dumb. Kerry wins by default only because he is the lesser of two evils. Jack1

* I think George Bush will win again. The threat of terrorism is the number one problem on most people's minds and George Bush will fight them better than Kerry will.  Martha Mantel

President Kerry should win hands down, he is for the average American and if everyone gets out and votes and uses common sense this should happen. There are more average Americans than wealthy ones although I have heard some wealthy ones will also vote for Kerry even though they won't get the tax breaks, but remember for the last 4 years they have had plenty. Cheryl Guerra  Taylor, MI

Sen. Kerry : We are trillions of $ in debt. Any one that wins will have their work cut out for them. It's Going to be a rough 4 years to get us out of the mess Bush has put us in. And he never should have been there in the first place.  Carol S St Cloud, Fl

* Interesting how people blame Bush for the problems left over by the Clinton administration, including Ben Laden.  Considering Bush kept the country from going bankrupt after the dot com fiasco, again another left over Clinton problem.  By the way, did everyone forget that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction originally, according to the UN, several years ago in their reports... where did those items go?  Odd how liberal minds can so easily forget so many problems left over by a liberal past president.  Especially easy to focus on other world problems since the previous president had zero family morals.  It is so easy to jump on the band wagon and blame Bush for all the left over problems Clinton created or did fix.  It is time stop blaming people and work together to stop worldwide terrorism before we have nothing worth saving.  We need Bush to win and keep this country going forward, he has my vote.  DA R.

*  I think President Bush will be re-elected by a narrow margin. I think those supporting Kerry are not as much in favor of Kerry, but rather against George Bush. In contrast, I think Bush is actually running against himself. People voting for Bush support him, and believe in him, even if they don't agree with everything that he does. It is very hard to vote against an incumbent president unless you feel very strongly that the opponent will bring a major change. John Kerry has not done a good job, in my opinion, of getting out his message to the voters that his changes (in the way we would handle Iraq, for example) would be significantly different than what the current administration is doing. When all is said and done, people will support what they already know.  Laurie Gates

* Bush - he has proven to keep us save from another 9/11 and will continue to do so in the future.  Clayton Hieb  Las Vegas NV

*  Bush.  Fred Bergman

 Bush, Kerry conceded ten minutes ago.  Daniel Atkins La Crosse /Wi  

 

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