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    Have you VOTED?

    I sent out my absentee ballet a couple days ago.

    I voted for Kerry.



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    isn't the vote on november 2nd?

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    I wish I could vote online...gonna hate going to town hall or where ever with all those waspy old bastards and housewives... *shudders*

    Bush/Cheney by the way.
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    I did

    I voted . Florida has early votting. its so much easyer than voting on election day.I just have a fealing that it wont matter after we have another voting fiasco like 2000. Oh well!

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    unlike you guys, i can't vote..cuase i'm not eighteen...also i don't trust neither of the candidates. bush will win...i doubt kerry will...
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    Voted for Kerry via absentee. Wanted to leave a paper trail

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    I'll be making my drop in the bucket on the 2nd. I totally hope that someone tries to challenge my voter status so I can take all this pent up election anxiety out on them with a pipe.

    I hope all you Floridians, Ohioens, and Pennsylvanians are getting out the vote!
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    don't forget missourians. For the last 100 years, the country has gone the way that Missouri goes. It's because Missouri is split in a really close proportion to the whole country.

    I voted absentee from Missouri.

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    Yep, early vote. Much more convenient since I didn’t have to work that day so there was no rush.
    As to who I voted for...I'm sure some of you could guess. Helium knows

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    Heh.. indeed I know...... because I can rrreeeaaad your mmiiinnnd! *wooo-eeee-ooooooh*

    Anyways, for anyone who may experience at your polling place, a challenge, a roadblock in your ability to vote, call 1-866-OUR-VOTE immediately for legal advice. Also, you may call 1-866-MYVOTE1 for more general information. I Think election watchdog groups are advocating the first number due to it's higher capacity.

    Happy voting!
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    I didn't vote. I live in the UK....why can't I vote for a US president eh!!! (seeing as he's supposedly the leader of the 'free world'....we should all get to vote!)
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    Just got back from voting(my first time too!), I picked Kerry

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    Thumbs up

    Voted this mornin....


    Straight Rep. Ticket...


    Glad its over with so we can get back to artwork disscusions...No hard feelin's to all you Dems...

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    I dunno why... but i have a strange feeling that kerry will win.... something about the redskins..... but I haven't decided if that's a good thing or not (I've been doing too much research on both sides to have made a decision yet).

    I suppose I should make my decision before 7pm though, right?

    It should be noted that, currently, I'm leaning towards Jetpack.

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    oh, I'm impressed with how civil everyone is in this thread... we've got people on both sides it seems and everyone's very happy to just BE voting... no real flames yet, like I've seen in other threads/forums/mboards. For a bunch a' moody artists I'm pretty impressed! Way to go ca.org!

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    some ppl here really make me VERY sad

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    i just went straight down the democratic column
    KERRY FOR PREZ!

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    haha blankslatejoe: didn´t see your posts before i replied.

    but i honestly would totally ban everyone endorsing W, if i was in charge.
    no discussion, nothing! just plain ban.

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    hell yes I voted; ny's a blue sweep but you've still got to make sure you're counted, democracy and all that.

    (if a certain bad lucky baseball team from Massachusetts can do it, maybe a certain senator from Mass can do it too . . . )
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    Quote Originally Posted by grey
    (if a certain bad lucky baseball team from Massachusetts can do it, maybe a certain senator from Mass can do it too . . . )
    now that's just mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan.v.D.
    haha blankslatejoe: didn´t see your posts before i replied.

    but i honestly would totally ban everyone endorsing W, if i was in charge.
    no discussion, nothing! just plain ban.
    Way to totally miss the point of a democracy there Dan, yeesh!

    Voted absentee for Kerry a couple of weeks ago....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exo
    now that's just mean.
    mean? I thought I was being optimistic
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    I support kerry too but let's leave the redsox out of this.

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    I done did it! Go do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by My Fault
    Way to totally miss the point of a democracy there Dan, yeesh!

    Voted absentee for Kerry a couple of weeks ago....

    having highly intelligent,wise and mature persons in the positions of todays politicians would totally own demoracy anyday.

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    Voted for the K man, but Georgia’s red as hell (in that non-commie way) so it won't matter.

    Voted Libertarian in the locals though. I think a 3rd party contender is important in American politics.

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    Woah... careful fellas...

    Did some research out of curiousity...I've been eating this stuff up lately;

    It seems most government officials fall between 120-150 in IQ, I found out that it's EXTREMELY rare to find people ABOVE 150 in ANY government. Maybe they're smart enough to stay uninvolved?

    Bush's iq is estimated to be between 115 and 125, Clinton's was estimated to be somewhere between 130-150. IGNORE the lovenstein hoax from 2000.

    Here's what suprised me;
    Kerry, on the other hand, is believed to have an IQ LESS than bush's. It seems they haven't taken directly comparable tests, but in evaluations based off of SAT scores and the like, Kerry seems to be regarded by most analysts as being slightly LESS intelligent than Bush. Weird, huh? Perhaps Bush's lack of articulateness (is that a word) is what has mislead people like me.

    Either way, remember that the average american is supposed to be 100 even.

    Also, since it's accepted that Clinton was fairly intelligent, regardless of the hoaxes, you might want to think twice about using Intelligence as a factor in voting.... since Clinton's Foreign Policy (a key voting issue this time around) was --generally-- considered to be one of the weaker in recent history.

    Also, if it's true that Kerry has a lower IQ than Bush, the intelligence of either candidate therefore does not fall into the 'elite' levels (140+ or so) and the differences may be slight, I personally would not use intelligence as a basis for your vote.

    I'm not trying to sway anyone one way or the other, especially seeing as how I haven't made up my mind myself... but I do think it's important to be careful of blanket statements. Goodluck voting everyone!

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    The average IQ is 100, that's the point. If people become smarter then the test is made harder so the average is 100 again.

    I believe having a high IQ and beeing stupid can go hand in hand. Wisdom is different from inteligence.

    Oh yeah, I didn't vote, beeing a foreigner and all ;p.
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