United States presidential election, 2004 Summary

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638 words, approx. 3 pages
Call off the election? Unless you have been living in a cave for the last several months, I am sure that you know that 2004 is an election year. Most of you have been watching the conventions, or at ... Read more
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The upcoming election between President George Bush and Senator John Kerry is very close. Both candidates have many supporters and everyone is waiting for November, where we will find out who the pres... Read more
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George Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, did and continues to do a poor job managing the country. His efforts to stop terrorism and invade Iraq had underlying purposes, and he rushed into... Read more
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With the election quickly approaching, President Bush and Senator John Kerry passionately debate the issues of the world. These issues include major ones such as abortion, civil liberties, energy/env... Read more
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In recent years statistics have shown that personal qualities has become much more important than the issues themselves. Therefore, in order for President Bush to win the up and coming election he mus... Read more
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November 3rd 2004. The whole world was waiting hopeful, exited, and frightened at the same time. What would be the verdict? Would it be yet another four years with conservative Bush as a president? Or... Read more
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THESIS STATEMENT: The purpose of this research paper is to inform the reader my peers about Kerry's and Bush's plans, how there ideas are similar or not, and how they view the presidency election. ... Read more
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The Political Taboo When I was younger I didn't realize the repercussions of politics. I came to just accept my parent's ideas on the subject. I have now begun to question the political atmosphere be... Read more