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Old 03-06-2008, 11:43 PM   #16
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Moderate enough to be in Iraq for the next 100 years.
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Old 03-06-2008, 11:47 PM   #17
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Moderate enough to be in Iraq for the next 100 years.
Hey I'm a dem. So I don't agree with everything, but I'd rather slit my wrists and sit in a hot tub before I vote for Clinton. At least with McCain I'm not wasting a vote.
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Old 03-06-2008, 11:49 PM   #18
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Hey I'm a dem. So I don't agree with everything, but I'd rather slit my wrists and sit in a hot tub before I vote for Clinton. At least with McCain I'm not wasting a vote.
No I agree, domestically McCain is pretty moderate. I just not a big fan of his national security ideas, but I was just throwing that statement out there not attacking ya Rave.
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Old 03-06-2008, 11:51 PM   #19
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No I agree, domestically McCain is pretty moderate. I just not a big fan of his national security ideas, but I was just throwing that statement out there not attacking ya Rave.
I feel you. I think McCain has his best intentions for the US at hand, I just wish someone would talk him out of that 100 years in Iraq thing.

Otherwise I think he's an okay dude.
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i really do not understand all the hatred towards Hilliary Clinton. can you explain yours, rave?
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Old 03-07-2008, 12:09 AM   #21
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and how people are ready to vote for a man that has no idea about the economics of this country, when we are in a recession. this really amazes me
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Old 03-07-2008, 12:10 AM   #22
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I don't know, what exactly is McCain's domestic policy seeing how he wants to continue the war in Iraq? I'm not saying you have to agree with all of his policies but if I am not mistaken the war is his platform and with that his domestic policy goes down the shitter. You can't do both, certainly not effectively.
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Old 03-07-2008, 12:20 AM   #23
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i really do not understand all the hatred towards Hilliary Clinton. can you explain yours, rave?
I feel like she'd say and do anything for a vote. Universal health care? I'm not completely sold on. She seems very, very secretive and will try to place blame on others to distract people away from her mistakes. Just like all this NAFTA BS that is coming up now after she pulled that crap on Obama and Harper admitted that she was reassuring Canada as well? (That might be wrong I didn't read the whole entire article. Anyone with knowledge on it feel free to correct me). And whats with not releasing her tax returns?

It looks like she doesn't even care about the minority vote anymore (More specifically Blacks) as long as she can kiss the ass of the rural Americans, white women and the Hispanics. Old people just seem to vote for her since Clinton is a household name. Now all this stuff with trying to do a re-vote in Michigan and Florida after the rules had already been set (which she decided to go ahead and break anyway). Sounds like the acts of a desperate woman. Desperate times call for desperate measures?

Everyone does some mudslinging during campaigning, that's expected but this is a freaking 3 ring circus. I bet Republicans just laugh and shake their heads at how the democratic party are really living up to the donkey symbol.
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Old 03-07-2008, 12:23 AM   #24
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i really do not understand all the hatred towards Hilliary Clinton. can you explain yours, rave?
1. 24-28 years of the Bushes and Clintons. Who is next? Jeb Bush or Chelsea Clinton?
2. She's talks about experience as if he was co-president with Bill. I wonder if she was always present at those top level meetings.
3. She went negative.
4. She is a first class politician meaning the impression of her is that she will do and say anything (i.e. when she changes her accent based on where she's giving a speech).
5. She'll get the Republicans to vote in masses against her. Not her fault but still, I mean when 40+ percent of people surveyed have a negative opinion of you there is something wrong there whether founded or unfounded.
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