Do you have a political sign in your ...

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Do you have a political sign in your ...
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Mon, 10-11-2004 - 7:32pm

Do you have a political sign in your yard??



  • Yes for Bush
  • Yes for Kerry
  • Yes for another candidate (specify below)
  • No


You will be able to change your vote.


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Registered: 03-25-2003
Tue, 10-12-2004 - 7:11am
I want one, but it would be equal sign war for dh and I (he wants bush, I want kerry).

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Tue, 10-12-2004 - 12:32pm
How do you live together right now LOL? Lisa
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Registered: 05-08-2004
Tue, 10-12-2004 - 2:57pm

It's not that hard, sucking him into a political discussion is next to impossible.

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Registered: 04-09-2003
Wed, 10-13-2004 - 11:34am
I was going to ask you the same thing, "How do you live together?" My husband and I are often on opposite ends of the spectrum. Not sure who he is even voting for; not sure I want to know. lol

"I see your point but I don’t agree." has become the signal that things are getting a little rough and we drop it. =0P

G


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Registered: 11-20-2003
Wed, 10-13-2004 - 11:09pm
I live in a divided household too - DH is registered as an Independent, but to my knowledge has never voted for anyone but a Republican in his life.

How do we live together --- he is not particularly intense about politics like I am, and I choose to rant and rave to my like-minded friends. (Oh, and I live in the belief and hope that over the years, he will see the light and I will have been a source of his redemption --- ha,ha)

The one proud thing I can say is that DH has pretty much decided that he will not vote for Bush this year --- he can't bring himself to vote for Kerry, but says he would rather not cast a vote for president at all than give his support to Bush. He voted for Bush in 2000, but feels he has deceived the country, has squandered our foreign policy strength, and is mismanaging the economy. He'll still vote, but only on statewide and local issues.

W

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Registered: 03-25-2003
Wed, 10-13-2004 - 11:21pm
I would like to, but my hubby won't let me! We are a split household. My daughter, however, was able to get a Kerry/Edwards sign from the time we volunteered, and she wants to hang it in her window. TEE HEE! I told dh that he can't keep her from doing that.

Leigh Anne

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Wed, 10-13-2004 - 11:25pm
Gosh I'm glad dh and I are of like mind, politically!!!! Tonight my five year old said she wants to vote for Kerry! Dh was terribly pleased.........now, as soon as they let five year olds vote, we'll be in business... :-) She's always straightening our Kerry yard sign, it gets knocked askew by our cats.....
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Registered: 03-25-2003
Wed, 10-13-2004 - 11:30pm
Smart cats..;-)
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Registered: 03-25-2003
Wed, 10-13-2004 - 11:33pm
Well, at least they didn't pee on it!!!!
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Wed, 10-13-2004 - 11:45pm
So True! That would be the ultimate feline protest..;-)