Sorry to bring a political point to this but I can't help it! I'm not speacking for any side or trying to pass off one canidate. All I have to say is that you would be making a big mistake to not vote! There must be something you care about that would aline you with one of the canidates. Theres 8 canidates on my ballot so I'm not saying you have to go republican or democrats, but you should vote! If nothing else, just pick one issue thats really important to you and vote on that!
Originally posted by sabledale@Oct 11 2004, 01:51 AM
Originally posted by jason8225@Oct 11 2004, 12:47 AM
OK, keep this thread clean guys and gals... no political comments here, PLEASE!
Anyways, I'd say that guy's gonna need a paint job. LOL Jeremy will probably cry when he sees this. :lol:
renaming the topic title, too...
In the US, it's not compulsory. Some people will refrain from voting as a sort of protest, for instance, if they feel that John Kerry is a piss poor candidate for the democrats or if they feel that George W. Bush is just as much a piss poor candidate for the Republicans. Others will just not vote because they're lazy. They're the worst kind...at least the people that won't vote because they can't bring themselves to find the lesser of two evils are making a choice.Originally posted by wozza@Oct 11 2004, 04:50 AM
I have to say it looks pretty....interesting.
Wait I don't get something, It's not compulsory to vote for you guys? We just had an election and I had to vote, if I didn't I'd be looking at getting a hefty fine.
I was thinking that too. I hate it when people leave their rims to get black with dust. But otherwise, this thing is just disturbing. It's what freshman do when they have too much time and don't care about what mommy and daddy gave them. Hopefully that person's parent's will whoop their asses for ruining that car.Originally posted by n2_space@Oct 11 2004, 08:00 AM
They should have at least cleaned the rims :lol2: