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WORST PRESIDENT EVER!!!
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I dont remember voting for him?
Maybe he is just the leader of a country - not the free world (and if he had his way the world wouldnt be very free!)
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Most people don't remember voting for him ....
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I did vote for the Queen!!

We had a referendum to decide if we wanted to change from a constitutional monarchy to a republic I voted against the republic, yes I voted to keep Queen Liz (of Australia)
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Sad day for America when he got 'voted' in. Even more so the second time. Surely Baby Bush is proof-positive that it's not what you know it's who you know...
Fairplay Dicknose, I think you're the first Ozzie I've come across that actually voted for the old girl. All the one's I've spoken to over here not only voted the other way, but were extremely scathing about her, too. So, if you don't mind me asking, what were your reasons for voting her in?
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Well since the referendum failed we did have a lot vote against it - although Id say that many of those voted it down because of the method of choosing the president rather than a desire to keep the queen.

Me - I like the idea of having a queen. And I think we get it good in that we dont have to pay to keep her (but conversely dont get tourists coming to see Buk palace)
I also think Liz is a pretty good queen. Id imagine a republic vote would be vastly different if Charles was in charge (hey sounds like a good name for a tv show)
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WORST PRESIDENT EVER!!!
Where;s is DOG..........
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So does anyone know who has bought the next US election? Is the bidding still open?
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pepsi or the golden arches?

i just ride it.
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Both, it's a joint venture. That's capitalism for you!
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George W may not be the best speaker at times but I'd take him over 10 Hillary's or Obama's or any other Dem. for that matter. Just ask yourself who the terrorsts would rather have in power. At least the US has not had another terrorist event since 911. That's not by chance. This should spark some replies!
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It's always good to get another take on things, I mean someone must have voted for him right?
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Thanks for being open Orgowner. I wasn't able to vote because I'm a Canadian but thankfully enough did. I'll tell you something, you guys vote in a bunch of Liberals, it won't be long before you wish you had W back. He doesn't stand down, sticks to his principles and the terrorists hate it. If you know anything about them, it's they thrive on weakness. It's already bad enough that the US is so divided. That energizes them to push ahead with their agenda. Yes it's painful being there but the alternative is unimaginable. In their eyes we are all infidels and must all die. It doesn't matter to them what side of the fence you're on. The sooner the US puts politics aside, works together, the better off you'll be. Unfortunately that won't happen anytime soon. Aside from all that, I love my cbr 1000rr.
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Thanks for being open Orgowner. I wasn't able to vote because I'm a Canadian but thankfully enough did. I'll tell you something, you guys vote in a bunch of Liberals, it won't be long before you wish you had W back. He doesn't stand down, sticks to his principles and the terrorists hate it. If you know anything about them, it's they thrive on weakness. It's already bad enough that the US is so divided. That energizes them to push ahead with their agenda. Yes it's painful being there but the alternative is unimaginable. In their eyes we are all infidels and must all die. It doesn't matter to them what side of the fence you're on. The sooner the US puts politics aside, works together, the better off you'll be. Unfortunately that won't happen anytime soon. Aside from all that, I love my cbr 1000rr.
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