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Old 03-11-2003, 05:48 PM   #16
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HAHA I am watching him too....Nice um....RUG
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Old 03-11-2003, 05:50 PM   #17
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If you click here for info. The sight shows that they are still compiling most of his views on the various issues. So there is not a comparison available. Bush even beat him on mine too lol 14% versus 11%.

Check back again
All I know is his book on rebuilding the Republic, puts me to sleep. I took it out yesterday while in the hospital, and I fell asleep in the waiting room. My wife came out of day surgery and was like...gee honey, I can tell you were worried about me...

I told her to blame Gary Hart
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Old 03-11-2003, 05:51 PM   #18
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something doesn't seem quite right here


1. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (100%)
2. Bush, George W. - US President (98%)
3. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (92%)
4. Bayh, Sentator Evan, IN - Democrat (88%)
5. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (88%)


are they calling me a closet democrat?
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HAHA I am watching him too....Nice um....RUG
you took the words right out of my mouth.
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He will not be president!!! ANd I am a follically challenged person.
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I think it shows how very close the major candidates are from the two Major parties.
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power to the follically challenged!!!
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Old 03-11-2003, 05:57 PM   #23
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1. Nader, Ralph - Green Party (100%) Click here for info
2. Socialist Candidate (88%) Click here for info
3. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (82%) Click here for info
4. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (81%) Click here for info
5. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (79%) Click here for info
6. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (73%) Click here for info
7. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (73%) Click here for info
8. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (71%) Click here for info
9. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (67%) Click here for info
10. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (64%) Click here for info


20. Bush, George W. - US President (48%) Click here for info
25. Buchanan, Patrick J. Reform/Republican (35%) Click here for info
26. McCain, Sentator John, AZ- Republican (27%) Click here for info
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1. Nader, Ralph - Green Party (100%)
3. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (90%)
7. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (75%)
21. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (46%)
24. Bush, George W. - US President (23%)
28. Buchanan, Patrick J. Reform/Republican (10%)

I like Kucinichs positions.

edited for spelling Kucinich, sorry Mister K.
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1. Nader, Ralph - Green Party (100%) Click here for info
2. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (88%) Click here for info
3. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (82%) Click here for info
4. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (81%) Click here for info
5. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (79%) Click here for info
6. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (77%) Click here for info
7. Socialist Candidate (76%) Click here for info
8. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
9. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (74%) Click here for info
10. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (70%) Click here for info
11. Daschle, Senate Minority Leader Tom, SD - Democrat (69%) Click here for info
12. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (67%) Click here for info
13. Biden, Senator Joe, DE - Democrat (67%) Click here for info
14. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (66%) Click here for info
15. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (60%) Click here for info
16. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (59%) Click here for info
17. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (55%) Click here for info
18. Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (53%) Click here for info
19. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (53%) Click here for info
20. Dodd, Senator Chris, CT - Democrat (53%) Click here for info
21. Bayh, Sentator Evan, IN - Democrat (46%) Click here for info
22. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (38%) Click here for info
23. Browne, Harry - Libertarian (27%) Click here for info
24. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (17%) Click here for info
25. McCain, Sentator John, AZ- Republican (16%) Click here for info
26. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (14%) Click here for info
27. Bush, George W. - US President (11%) Click here for info
28. Buchanan, Patrick J. Reform/Republican (9%) Click here for info
29. Hart, Former Sentator Gary, CO - Democrat (6%) Click here for info
30. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (5%) Click here for info
31. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (0%) Click here for info
32. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (0%) Click here for info
33. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (0%) Click here for info


I love Nader!
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The question I have is will all of you Nader lovers....umm.....vote for him or a candidate that can win vs Bush?
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The question I have is will all of you Nader lovers....umm.....vote for him or a candidate that can win vs Bush?
I'm Canadian, so I don't get a say in it.

But in the last election, I would have voted for Nader over Gore. Nader's right - the Dems just take marching orders from different corporations than the Republicans do. I find Nader to be a man who devoted his entire life to a cause that was greater than he was, and I have a lot of respect for that.
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I'm Canadian, so I don't get a say in it.

But in the last election, I would have voted for Nader over Gore. Nader's right - the Dems just take marching orders from different corporations than the Republicans do. I find Nader to be a man who devoted his entire life to a cause that was greater than he was, and I have a lot of respect for that.
I am no knocking Nader. ANd I am shocked that so many prominent Democrats and Republicans wound up close together on my list. As I said, maybe this is further evidence that the two parties are actually more similar than we would like to admit.
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