Ok Kerry wins in my heart (joke). I feel cheated though, went to bed at 3 after watching being told by that supposed old polling guru, Bob whatever from Mori that Kerry would win, then I wake up after having a dream that Kerry was giving his victory speech only to hear the bad news. Thought the BBC coverage was crap, seemed boring with no pace and just a whole lot of rambling.
There’s nothing to stop Bush now from behaving like a mad man and getting the most right-wing policies on earth from being ratified by his mad supporters in congress. Will be seeing the political lynching of gays, minorities and anyone who isn’t Republican. ahhhhhhhhhhh
I had a very nasty feeling that George Bush will win again. Although I’m 100% behind the idea “anyone is better than Bush”, I’m also disappointed with John Kerry’s latest performances. If this campaign would carry on any longer, I’m afraid I would be already amongst “undecided”. I think he had an opportunity to attack Bush much stronger and should also stand more firm behind his thoughts.
Today is a sad, sad day,…. America just re-elected “a rottweiler” and this time he’s off the leash!
I agree with Newsboy2, he will bite gays, minorities and anyone who is not Republican! _______ Tanya
I am extremely disappointed. Can’t stand the idea of that man being back in the White House, and seeing his arrogant smirk for 4 more years.
The news channels are now being quite critical of John Kerry and the way he and his team faught the campaign. Up to yesterday they were saying that he was very decisive, with clear policies.
For me, the one good thing about this election was the Sky News coverage. I thought Julie Etchingham and Jeremy Thompson were just great. Julie is such a bright, intelligent and articulate woman, streets ahead of Kay Burley. I thought the others were terrific also especially Andrew Wilson.
Can anyone answer this question for me:
Who, in their right mind, could possibly vote for George Bush?