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Calling All US Ex-Pats

In four months time the USA votes in the Presidential elections. Bush is fighting for a second term in office whereas Kerry is trying to oust him.

It, despite all the screw-ups Bush has made, looks like it could be a close election - regardless of any *extra* help Bush might be able to rustle up from 'family-members in key states' again.

If you are a US citizen living abroad YOU are allowed to vote. Hopefully you will have seen what's been happening in the world and also the general feeling that's been generated worldwide about your country and due in no small part because of your current Presidents actions.

Sign up to vote today.

Make your voice count in the November elections. Even if you *hate* politics just consider what four more years of Bush will do to not only America but the entire planet.

You may not like Kerry either but Kerry/Edwards and the Democrats will still be infinetly better than another four years of the Bush camp.

Please vote. For the sake of every other living soul on this planet please help remove Bush from power.

The power to do so lies in your hands. Make your voice heard.

Please.

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gypseymission
Jul. 9th, 2004 07:10 pm (UTC)
thats so strange angus because at more or less the same time I was typing something very similar to this, although obviously you wrote it in your style and I wrote it in mine ;-)

It really is time for the world to make a call to every American to do the right thing.
angusabranson
Jul. 10th, 2004 12:34 am (UTC)
I've actually spotted similar posts across a few of my friends LJ's in the last 24 hours. Seems to be a trend. Whatever could the man have done to generate such hatred? :-p
gypseymission
Jul. 10th, 2004 02:29 am (UTC)
What indeed.

I notice that the man's approval rating is down to the lowest in his presidency, which can't be bad. You might remember how the british electorate turned against the last conservative government. The voting was brutal, with an "Anybody except them" turn.

My hope is that will be echoed in the US.

The reaosn I posted was because I have seen a lot of what I consider to be republican whining and a lack of responsibillity being taken. Michael More's film may also be adding to this.
kostika
Jul. 11th, 2004 08:08 am (UTC)
Have just foudn that I am able to vote. I had actually found the wrong info and thought I couldn't. Will be sending in to get my absentee form. I didn't vote for bush the first time. Gonna do my damndest to keep him from getting back in.
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