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Electric Hermit
13 Oct 04,, 16:17
Kerry and Bush in crucial debate (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/3739376.stm)

US presidential candidates George W Bush and John Kerry are preparing for what may be a crucial third televised debate on Wednesday evening.

What advice would you offer to the candidates as they go into this final TV debate?

Fonnicker
13 Oct 04,, 16:34
Kerry and Bush in crucial debate (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/3739376.stm)

US presidential candidates George W Bush and John Kerry are preparing for what may be a crucial third televised debate on Wednesday evening.

What advice would you offer to the candidates as they go into this final TV debate?


Answer the questions asked of you as if in a court of law. Don't brush up along side the question just long enough to launch into what you want to talk about.

Kerry, you are allowed to say, "I have a plan!" only once. Chose carefully when you want to say it.

Bush, you are allowed to skirt questions regarding your domestic policies and Environmental Record by bringing up Iraq only once. Chose carefully.

Electric Hermit
13 Oct 04,, 17:07
Fonnicker

Good start! Let's see if anyone else enters into the spirit of the thing so well.

Julie
13 Oct 04,, 21:49
I wish both of them would stop telling us why we shouldn't vote for the other guy, and tell us why we should vote for them. :)

I also think that if President Bush had done such an outstanding job this last 4 years, it wouldn't be such a close race for him. :rolleyes:

GrandWizard
17 Oct 04,, 22:28
Kerry and Bush in crucial debate (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/3739376.stm)

US presidential candidates George W Bush and John Kerry are preparing for what may be a crucial third televised debate on Wednesday evening.

What advice would you offer to the candidates as they go into this final TV debate?

Well Hermit...you are nicey, nicey at this forum. Why don't you post the sarcastic nonsense that you do at your forum?
Listen up people. This guy acts like Hitler at his own forum. Every new poster is treated like scum. Don't buy into his "nice guy" thing.....Just sayin'

Electric Hermit
17 Oct 04,, 22:34
Don't Feed The Troll!

Julie
17 Oct 04,, 22:58
Maybe he just wants to make a fresh clean start. :rolleyes:

GrandWizard
17 Oct 04,, 23:35
Maybe I want more than that.....and I always get what I want.....
The first sign of a failed forum Mr. Hermit is the owner starts posting elsewhere instead of attending to business.
The second sign is the abuse of power.....guesting people for no reason. Screwing with their account....you know what I mean....

Julie
17 Oct 04,, 23:45
Maybe I want more than that.....and I always get what I want.....
The first sign of a failed forum Mr. Hermit is the owner starts posting elsewhere instead of attending to business.
The second sign is the abuse of power.....guesting people for no reason. Screwing with their account....you know what I mean....

Oh well, if that is the case, it won't last long since the Moderators here stay pretty much on top of things like that. I wouldn't worry too much about it. :)

GrandWizard
21 Oct 04,, 17:30
Fonnicker

Good start! Let's see if anyone else enters into the spirit of the thing so well.

I have some spirit for you........
:mad: