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Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by FreeTedWilliams, May 30, 2006.

  1. FreeTedWilliams

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    #75 Jersey

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    She no longer has my vote in the primary, but I'd certainly support her over any of the likely Republicans. It's worth remembering that a lot of people thought that Nixon and Reagan would never be presidents. Sadly, it's all in the marketing.
     
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    The thing that would make me a little nervous about Ms. Rodham winning the (D) nomination is that (R)s are so unpopular now, she just might win. I don't think she would, though, and she is probably the (R)'s best chance to maintain the White House.
     
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    Say what you want, Ms. Rodham has very high negatives and one of the most most staunch "I would never vote for him/her" blocks of any potential candidate.
     
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    Slanted Garbage depends on the Eye Of The Beholder (I have been a victim of that left wing sh!t) :singing:
     
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    Please gimme a break David Brock and George Soros are both confirmed lying POS. One all he cares for his gay rights and the other is a a foreigner who wants to be the shadow president when his money gets someone elected.
     
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    Agreed. But don't hold your breath waiting for it to happen. Romney's got a better shot at the White House than her. I'll even go out on a limb and say Romney's got a better shot at the DEMOCRATIC nomination than her.
     
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    If the (D)s get a decent candidate I would consider voting that way in 2008. Let's see what each party comes up with.
     
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    That's fine, whatever. McCain is irrelevant. He has no chance of getting the (R) nomination, that's been proven in the past.
     
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    Well that certainly isn't true. If you think the (D)s have the White House in the bag already you are seriously jumping the gun.
     
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    Gore could do it, but I'm not sure he wants it anymore.

    I'd really like to see Joe Biden run. Maybe a Biden/Bill Richardson ticket. I'd get behind that.
     
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    Frist vs. Clinton

    Then we will have no reason not to vote third party- and there will be a new Perot emerging in time- this time running on the defense of liberty.

    OK...I can dream right?
     
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    Our next President will be Newt Gingrich

    He is "outside the loop" of all the Rpublican mistakes. He will absolutely crush anyone in a debate. He is anti-illegall immigration, and has no ties to the Bush Administration.

    Rudy Guliani would also beat anyone the DNC could put up,as well as George Pataki, who has constantly shown that he can win the majority of the vote in New York, Pataki vs Hillary in New York would be a landslide victory for Pataki.

    McCain can not win a single Republican primary, neither can Romney. Bill Frist is about as exciting as wathing paint dry and has killed himself with this Immigration Bill.

    Gore is a lunatic, Hillary is unelectable, Kerry can't win, now remember this time you may have to face someone who might have full command of the English language, for all your Bush is this and that, he has beaten them twice.

    My guess is Gingrich/Pataki vs. Hillary/McCain (yes, his only choice left is to run as a Democrat, and Hillary's only chance is to add him to the ticket)

    You heard it here first!!!!!
     
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    OK! (Can I get my hands on some of what you're on?)
     
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    Actually I could see gingrich running for president and quite possibly winning...
     
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    It is called reality, and everyone has access to it, except maybe just you.
     
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    I'm all woman and I'm telling you right now that I don't want that ***** in office. She's just as evil as the right wing empire but masks it with her caniving charm. Yes, I too would take her over anyone like the current administration, but I certainly hope the Dem party comes up with a better choice by then!
     
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    As moderate as they come, my vote will again be for Wesley Clark if he runs.
     
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    I'm not sure Hillary's handling things right, but let's face it: a woman starts with a lot of disadvantages when seeking the presidency. Even in the liberal state of Massachusetts, women candidates are judged more for their personality than their ideas. Shannon O'Brien got slammed for her smirk when she ran against Romney for governor, but hardly anyone talked about his smarmy personality. For Hillary to have a chance, she has to hit just the right note, or the male-dominated media will subtely, subconsciously, perhaps, trash her. So, I sympathize with her, but I don't think she has to cow-tow to the right as much as she does.
     
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    3 different polls I heard reported in the last 3 weeks have McCain 7-10 pts in front of her for the Presidency, head-to-head.
     

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