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Clinton 51% Giuliani 43%

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  1. mikey

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    #12 Jersey

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    Not if she loses Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania...

    This from OpenLeft.com:

    Clinton 261-235 Giuliani

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    States within three points: Florida, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Washington
    New Republican States: Connecticut, New Jersey
    New Democratic States: Arkansas, Iowa, New Mexico, Tennessee, Virginia, plus four congressional districts in North Carolina
    Tied States: Florida, New Hampshire, Washington


    http://www.openleft.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=1667

    Now, the site is obviously made for people with a certain perspective, we are over a year away, and I don't know how they tabulated their projections. So please, salt where needed. My only reason for posting this is that I truly believe match-ups are what will make this a close race. Or won't make it one.
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    #15 Jersey

    I probably like looking at those Red/Blue maps more then anything else, well almost anything. To say, all someone has to do is win one of these four states is crazy man, crazy I tell you. This might be one of the most difficult elections to pinpoint states for a candidate in a long time. Who will be the Republican opponent? The choice of VP's will play a larger role in the next election, thanks to Dart Vader. Then there is the red states that were typically Republican that may not be the locks they once were tying up resources that could have gone more heavily to a swing state. Yea, way too soon to make any predictions.
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    The folks who know Giuliani best are going to vote for Clinton.


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    Surely Giuliani doesn't stand a cat in hell's chance of getting the GOP nomination. I would have thought that guys like Fred Thompson or Mike Huckabee are more appealing to Republican Primary voters.
    As for Clinton, you have to ask how will she stand up to "this candidate can't even control her husband's d**k. Do you really think she can control terrorism?". I think they are both very "targetable" candidates. It's a shame, because we fall for the crap that the other side puts out and get weak, bland candidates as a result.
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    This just shows that the Republicans will sell their soul to the devil to win the election. They have no principle or conviction. They will do and say anything to get elected. They are just a bunch of phonies and hypocrites.

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    Hillary will win the nomination, we all know that then the republicans will come up with a Moron and destroy them.

    Morons always win when up against a democrat :singing:
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    Is that a moron or a mormon? :confused:

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    Is that what they told you? Have you been talking to kalnsman and rednecks again? How brave of you. :p
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    Giuliani can easily get the nod because he is going to mop up the primaries in states that tilt left, and hold a lot of votes. States like NJ, Penn, NY, California, Florida, etc.. AT THIS POINT I must stress, show him in the lead. Should he get those in February, then he'll be the nominee.

    Those two candidates in a heads up would be the nastiest race we've ever seen. You'll deffinately see some mud flung.
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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

    What's truly pathetic is that you don't think Democrats are the same. Sheep always think their pals walk on water. I guess some people will never understand that a political party is only after one thing, and that's getting elected.

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