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Old 07-06-2004, 09:05 PM   #16
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Hey guys, thanks for the "opinions".
Let's all agree we want what is best for this Nation even if we disagree with how to get there...which we clearly do.

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Old 07-06-2004, 10:31 PM   #17
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clark wouldn't really bring in the military, many military guys don't like him much (shameless self promoter, among other things)...
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Old 07-06-2004, 10:49 PM   #18
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Let's all agree we want what is best for this Nation even if we disagree with how to get there...which we clearly do.
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Old 07-07-2004, 12:46 AM   #19
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Suppose though that Kerry wins and then again in 2008. It will be interesting to see what happens in 2012. I would imagine that Edwards being just 59 at that time would run for president. But it seems like the Dems want their next candidate to be Hillary.
thats a freaking scary ass thought of Hilary running for the presidency. No matter what happens in the rest of her or my life, I'll always remember the video of her laughing in the background while there was a ceremony at groundzero.


edwards helps kerry reach the southern states and younger voters. I honestly thought the democrats would choose him to represent the party, but his very limited political expirience and lengthy past of being an injury lawyer might hurt him. I think clark lost his chance with what was shown in F9-11.
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Old 07-07-2004, 03:27 AM   #20
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yeah, i'd have to agree that hillary is the worst possible choice to ever run for president... just so self-serving and cold.

unfortunately, money has determined who can run, not talent... i dont think bush or kerry are anywhere near ideal candidates, but they can get the cash.
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Old 07-07-2004, 07:43 PM   #21
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Definitely anybody but Bush, hell I'd vote for Bugs freakin Bunny over Bush

This just in, GWB is Bugs freakin Bunny! LOL, I was so excited yesterday when I was was checking the internet on a customers computer I was fixing, and I had fixed the problem. Then as the slow as a snail dial up she was using loaded MSN.com, and I saw it was Edwards, I didnt give a crap about anything that went on the rest of the day. I had to get off of that POS computer and get on our high speed line so I could read all the news sites. Kinda Reminded me of the day Gibbs came back.

PS, thank god this web site isnt over ran with Republican assholes.
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Old 07-07-2004, 09:35 PM   #22
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PS, thank god this web site isnt over ran with Republican assholes.
that's a pretty narrow minded and ignorant opinion.
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Hey skinsfanthru&thru yer banging yer head against the wall in this forum. Most are Dems and some are hostile and bitter.

Hold the high ground bro and let's go BUSH!
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I still honestly don't know who I'll vote for. I need to learn more about each tickets gameplan for the next few years so I can make an educated vote towards trying to help our country become a better place for us all. I just don't like it when someone makes an ignorant comment degrading a collective of people based on their opinion of just of few people in that group.
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I still honestly don't know who I'll vote for. I need to learn more about each tickets gameplan for the next few years so I can make an educated vote towards trying to help our country become a better place for us all. I just don't like it when someone makes an ignorant comment degrading a collective of people based on their opinion of just of few people in that group.
Well put! Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green Party, whatever...there are no assholes running this site. There are none posting here either. Those who have have learned quickly that they're not welcome here.
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well, i'm a republican (i guess), and i can be an asshole (though an informed one)
i might be writing in this year though...
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Old 07-08-2004, 10:44 PM   #28
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Hillary doesn't have a shot. McCain will be running on the republican ticket next chance he gets (unless Kerry is doing absolutely great after a first term, assuming he wins this election.) Maybe it's me, but I love a leader with military experience. They understand the pain, tragedy, and seriousness of war, and to avoid it at all costs.
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yeah, clinton is pretty much reviled among senior military leaders, and bush loves overdeployment too seeing as how we're soo close to D.C. and the pentagon (and my dad's 30 years in the army/his friends), military opinion is important to me. And it seems true that military experience leads to less willingness to throw troops everywhere (ie bush senior).
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Hillary doesn't have a shot. McCain will be running on the republican ticket next chance he gets (unless Kerry is doing absolutely great after a first term, assuming he wins this election.) Maybe it's me, but I love a leader with military experience. They understand the pain, tragedy, and seriousness of war, and to avoid it at all costs.
same here, but in every poll that they actually show in the media has shown that if she were to run right now that she'd be the pick of some 60% polled.

how old is mccain? plus the one thing I am a little wary about with Mccain, and I'm not trying to be insensitive or anything, is his extended time as a POW. I've heard and seen from multiple military people that you honestly never know what little thing may cause a flashback or emotional/psychological breakdown and that could be a very bad thing to have happen to our president.
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