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    Hillary in 2008?

    C'mon, we need another political thread don't we?

    Who will be the Dem (ahem*LIBERAL*ahem) candidate?
    Will the "Democratic" party go further left and embrace the screatching Hillary / Michael Morons of the world?
    What adjustments will they make in the next election?
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    Re: Hillary in 2008?

    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    C'mon, we need another political thread don't we?

    Who will be the Dem (ahem*LIBERAL*ahem) candidate?
    Will the "Democratic" party go further left and embrace the screatching Hillary / Michael Morons of the world?
    What adjustments will they make in the next election?
    A just as important question - who will the Republicans (ahem*CONSERVATIVES*ahem) pick. I would be shocked if they chose Cheney! Maybe McCain?? If so, he'd be hard to beat since he's pretty far left for a Republican.

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    The repubs might choose Giuliani -- lack of intellect doesn't seem matter to them, and they have no shame over leveraging 9/11 for partisan political purposes.

    Heh heh heh.
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    Re: Hillary in 2008?

    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky

    Will the "Democratic" party go further left and embrace the screatching Hillary / Michael Morons of the world?
    Oh god, I hope so.


    What adjustments will they make in the next election?
    This country has been undergoing a shift to the right since the 1980's. They either need to wake up and smell the coffee or wither up and die.
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    The repubs might choose Giuliani
    Doubt it. He doesn't have the everyman quality that other potential candidates have.
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    Originally posted by marist89
    Doubt it. He doesn't have the everyman quality that other potential candidates have.
    How so?
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    The repubs might choose Giuliani -- lack of intellect doesn't seem matter to them, and they have no shame over leveraging 9/11 for partisan political purposes.

    Heh heh heh.
    I do hope you are kidding, let me throw a name at you, Micheal Moron!
    Talk about your failed propoganda, hell I may even rent it now for a good laugh. Even Bruce and all of Hollywood could not inflate that lame excuse for a candidate.

    Lack of intellect, please. If I have to listen to another winy liberal, boo hooing and self-justifying about how much more "intellegent" they are than the rest of the populous I'll puke!

    Stop looking for a crutch, you lost, look at yourself first and your candidate second for the answers.
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    Re: Re: Hillary in 2008?

    Originally posted by jodie
    Maybe McCain??
    That'd be tricky -- remember the 2000 SC primary, where he was accused of being mentally unstable due to his treatment as a PoW, that he'd fathered a child by a black prostitute, and that he was a weak-minded coward who collaborated with the Vietcong (that last one courtesy of Ted Samply, who was also part of "Vietnam Veterans Against Kerry"?

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    Originally posted by slimdave
    How so?
    Rudy is a New Yorker, 110%. He eats, sleeps, talks, and exudes New York everywhere he goes. I think when it comes to the top spot, the conservative base in the heartland would not approve.
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