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(the titles for anyone who remembers the opening sequence to cheers)
phew that was close for a while but it looks like the republicans will squeeze home, despite some wailing from the pinko democrats in ohio.. the world can sleep easy once again

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Bush wins in America, Thurrock win in Hornchurch and the Gooners do not win in Europe it will rain at the week-end and Bliar will continue to tell porkies, all present and correct

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Sleep easy? You must be joking.

It just shows how gullible the yanks are.

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Kerry had a plan.........no one Knew what that plan was.......Did Kerry ever know what that plan was?..........Thats why he lost(and thats not certain yet) he never kept to one plan for more than a few weeks.

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I can't help but think of the Alien vs Predator tag-line (crap movie btw)

Whoever wins...we lose

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Must say I'm pleased at the result.

Kerry had absolutely zilch charisma ! .... and as for his policies ! What policies ?? Errrrrmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ????????

At least all the militant mat-munchers in the world know exactly where they stand for the next four years !

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well they didn't call Kerry 'The Flip-flopper' for nothing? I anxiously await the invasions of Iran and Korea

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I think you'll have a long wait for North Korea.

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while Bush has friends with interests in arms and building companies like Haliburton, anything's possible

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A friend of mine described the US election usingthe tagline for the Alien v Predator movie:

Whoever wins, we lose.

Funny, although I disagreed with him.

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Kerry had absolutely zilch charisma

Sorry but this has nothing to do with politics. One of democracys major flaws is that it becomes a popularity contenst, not who is the best politician...must say however i do agree with some of the comments on Kerry. I didn't really know his policys at all..though i'd have loved to have seen that w*nker Bush lose..though i'm sure he could have paid his way too victory...chads anybody?

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Kerry had absolutely zilch charisma

Sorry but this has nothing to do with politics. One of democracys major flaws is that it becomes a popularity contenst, not who is the best politician


I've always said Democracy gets the government it deserves. If the majority vote for someone because they've got nice hair, then that's who will run their country. It's no one's fault except for the voters.

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Exactly Badger......i looked for a box saying none of the above.........I believe this box would have won with a 99% majority!

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Agree and that is why the socialist party does such a disservice to this country in its use of Bliar as vote winner with the non-thinking voters, we used to vote on policy

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Yes, when we had a socialist party we used to vote for it on policy.

Now, since Thatcher, everyone votes on greed.

To be fair, though, you can't accuse the Tories of putting appealing, pleasant or good-looking personalities up, can you????? Unlike the very nice and gorgeous Bliar, Prsecott,Brown.........

Fat ginger sweaty, anyone????

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bloody voters today are as easily swayed as will young in a fudge factory.. anyone who votes for blair deserves all they get, fking bunch of incompetent unprincipled pricks.. im voting tory.. cut those taxes and any poncing bleeding heart who dosent like standing on their own two feet can fk off to france or something

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After 8-9 years of this cheating lying sleeze ridden labour party how can you mention St Maggie in the same breath
You may not like Tory values but they are values not opportunistic "we got another 100 targets" bullshit from the worst Prime Minister in history supported by dwarf brain Prescott and the weekly "I got a new tax" Brown
Run up the Union Jack, polish the pound in your pocket and lets get back to being great Britt!s

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I rather thought the Tory "values" were simply oppurtunistic tax cuts to buy their way into power. Sadly it usually works.

I'm hoping that the Spoiled Votes will get in this time.

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Depends whether or not you feel better able to plan how your money is spent rather than have great men such as Byers and Prescott do it for you
At least when socialism finally departs we can thank Prescott for a bus lane on the M4
Can there ever have a bigger waster of public money than the Bliar,Brown Prescott consortium

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Bigger waster of public money then Blair et al how about the privatised rail companies, water companies etc? Yeah that really worked Maggie - we all got shafted. They give the govt money to run the franchises to provide competition to reduce prices yet the prices go up and then the govt subsidises the companies. DOH!

I think the whole American "election" is laughable. For "democratic" crusaders to then run an "election" that has a choice of two near identical candidates is terrifying. There were no policies, there were personalities. One had no personality (so he lost) and the other has the personality of the village idiot after twelve pints of lager. And to top it all they still have no idea what votes to count.

The world is doomed.




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