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bigck3000

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All of this hype about kids voting this year is fantastic now that it doesnt count, and you can sound really intelligent in your freshman govt class regurgitating shit you heard on cnn when you were looking for porn last tuesday night when I spilled grape juice all over myself.....anyways, it sounds good, saying that there will be a revival of youth interest in this election but i'd say 85% percent of kids i talked to, have an opinion (usually anti-bush, with no support) but dont plan to vote.
 

swizeguy

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well i have a opinion (anit-bush) but i cant vote... only 17... so until thenill just have to be happy with screaming out stupid bush.
 

Icarus

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I don't think it's right to hate Bush for no reason.

It's right to hate Bush, but it aggravates me when I see kids say "We need to get Bush out. No, I don't need to explain myself. It goes without explaining."

Anyways, I think that kids are getting in to politics progressively younger. But then there are those people I know that I could just NOT talk politics with, no matter what.

Le shrug.
 

ReiMeishin

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Bush has destroyed all the work that former United States president Bill Clinton put into balancing the budget. I fear that if Bush stays in office for another four years, the national debt will become so high that the US economy will buckle under the strain. And if the US goes down, we all go down.

That is why I hate bush. But then again, I'm 28 and I don't get to vote in the US.
 

tzedek

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NoSubstance said:
I don't think it's right to hate Bush for no reason.

It's right to hate Bush, but it aggravates me when I see kids say "We need to get Bush out. No, I don't need to explain myself. It goes without explaining."

Anyways, I think that kids are getting in to politics progressively younger. But then there are those people I know that I could just NOT talk politics with, no matter what.

Le shrug.


its not right to hate anyone without a reason. Luckily, governor bush gives us plenty of reasons to hate him.