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Old 03-21-2007, 08:32 PM   #31
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You're surprised? I'm not at all.

She's a big government, Military Industrial Complex fan, a war monger.
why do you think so?
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:35 PM   #32
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Interesting.

(100%) 1: Ex-VP Al Gore (D) Information
(98%) 2: Sen. Barack Obama (D) Information
(92%) 3: Gov. Bill Richardson (D) Information
(91%) 4: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D) Information
(87%) 5: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D) Information
(84%) 6: Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (D) Information
(82%) 7: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) Information
(80%) 8: Sen. Christopher Dodd (D) Information
(79%) 9: Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) Withdrew from race.
(78%) 10: Gov. George Pataki (R) Information
(78%) 11: Gov. Mitt Romney (R) Information
(73%) 12: Ex-Sen. John Edwards (D) Information
(72%) 13: Sen. John McCain (R) Information
(71%) 14: Sen. Joseph Biden (D) Information
(67%) 15: Sec. Condoleezza Rice (R) Information
(55%) 16: Rep. Ron Paul (R) Information
(55%) 17: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R) Information
(53%) 18: Ex-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R) Information
(45%) 19: Sen. Sam Brownback (R) Information
(43%) 20: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) Information
(36%) 21: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R) Information
(26%) 22: Rep. Duncan Hunter (R) Information
(0%) 23: Sen. George Allen (R) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 24: Sen. John Kerry (D) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 25: Sen. Russ Feingold (D) Withdrew from race.
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:38 PM   #33
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why do you think so?
Because she is voted for the Iraq War, because she would sell her own soul for power, because she supports the Israel lobby without any reservations, because she loves to suck up to the military-industrial complex.
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(100%) 1: Sec. Condoleezza Rice
(95%) 2: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani
(93%) 3: Sen. John McCain (R)
(88%) 4: Gov. Mitt Romney (R)
(82%) 5: Sen. Sam Brownback (R)
(77%) 6: Gov. George Pataki (R)
(77%) 7: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D)
(74%) 8: Gov. Bill Richardson (D)
(74%) 9: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R)
(72%) 10: Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (D)
(71%) 11: Rep. Duncan Hunter (R)
(71%) 12: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R)
(68%) 13: Ex-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R)
(68%) 14: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R)
(64%) 15: Sen. Christopher Dodd (D)
(63%) 16: Ex-VP Al Gore (D)
(58%) 18: Ex-Sen. John Edwards (D)
(56%) 19: Rep. Ron Paul (R)
(53%) 20: Sen. Barack Obama (D)
(53%) 21: Sen. Joseph Biden (D)
(47%) 22: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D)
Mine is almost exactly the reverse of this.
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:44 PM   #35
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Because she is voted for the Iraq War, because she would sell her own soul for power, because she supports the Israel lobby without any reservations, because she loves to suck up to the military-industrial complex.
you just convinced me.
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(100%) 1: Sen. Barack Obama (D) Information
(91%) 2: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D) Information
(84%) 3: Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (D) Information
(81%) 4: Sen. Christopher Dodd (D) Information
(79%) 5: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D) Information
(78%) 6: Ex-VP Al Gore (D) Information
(72%) 7: Gov. Bill Richardson (D) Information
(66%) 8: Ex-Sen. John Edwards (D) Information
(63%) 9: Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) Withdrew from race.
(60%) 10: Sen. Joseph Biden (D) Information
(59%) 11: Rep. Ron Paul (R) Information
(59%) 12: Gov. Mitt Romney (R) Information
(54%) 13: Gov. George Pataki (R) Information
(52%) 14: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) Information
(49%) 15: Sen. John McCain (R) Information
(42%) 16: Sec. Condoleezza Rice (R) Information
(39%) 17: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R) Information
(38%) 18: Ex-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R) Information
(37%) 19: Sen. Sam Brownback (R) Information
(29%) 20: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) Information
(26%) 21: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R) Information
(21%) 22: Rep. Duncan Hunter (R)
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Obama 100 %
Obama 100 %
Obama 100 %


Obama 100 % what ???


Shady??



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Anti-Clinton Ad Linked to Obama Campaign Tech

'1984' YouTube Apple Ad Comparing Clinton to 'Big Sister' Created by Obama Tech, Campaign Denies Involvement

By JAKE TAPPER
March 21, 2007— - The presidential campaign of Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., was rocked by revelations Wednesday night that one of its contracted employees was the creator of a scathing YouTube video against his opponent Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., despite Obama's insistance that he had nothing to do with it.

Phil de Vellis, until Wednesday an employee of the company that handles Obama's Web site, boasted in a posting on the Huffington Post that he made the ad, though he claimed neither the Obama campaign nor his former employer, Blue State Digital -- which does software development and hosting for Obama's campaign -- was aware that he had.

"The specific point of the ad was that Obama represents a new kind of politics, and that Senator Clinton's 'conversation' is disingenuous," de Vellis wrote of the critical ad that uses an Apple computer TV ad to make Clinton appear like Big Brother. "And the underlying point was that the old political machine no longer holds all the power."

"This ad was not the first citizen ad, and it will not be the last," de Vellis wrote ominously. "The game has changed."

The admission threatened to besmirch Obama's pledge to run a clean campaign that doesn't attack his opponents, not to mention statements Obama made earlier this week about the ad.
Obama told CNN's Larry King Monday night that "in some ways, it's the democratization of the campaign process. But it's not something that we had anything to do with or were aware of, and that frankly, given what it looks like, we don't have the technical capacity to create something like this."
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^ A contracted IT employee for Obama's web site is about twenty degrees of separation away from the candidate.
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(100%) 1: Ex-VP Al Gore (D)
(100%) 2: Sen. Barack Obama (D)
(95%) 3: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D)
(95%) 4: Sen. Christopher Dodd (D)
(93%) 5: Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (D)
(92%) 6: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D)
(90%) 7: Gov. Bill Richardson (D)
(81%) 8: Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) Withdrew from race.
(78%) 9: Ex-Sen. John Edwards (D)
(75%) 10: Gov. Mitt Romney (R)
(68%) 11: Sen. John McCain (R)
(68%) 12: Sen. Joseph Biden (D)
(63%) 13: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R)
(60%) 14: Gov. George Pataki (R)
(60%) 15: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R)
(60%) 16: Rep. Ron Paul (R)
(57%) 17: Sec. Condoleezza Rice (R)
(56%) 18: Ex-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R)
(42%) 19: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R)
(39%) 20: Sen. Sam Brownback (R)
(33%) 21: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R)
(18%) 22: Rep. Duncan Hunter (R)

And Al Gore is the only Democrat I'd be interested in voting for right now. Too bad he isn't running.
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Old 03-22-2007, 07:56 AM   #40
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I'm really surprised people are getting high scores for Dennis. Last time, only a handful of people voted for him.
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Percent Rank Item
(100%) 1: Sen. Barack Obama (D) Information
(87%) 2: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D) Information
(86%) 3: Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (D) Information
(83%) 4: Ex-VP Al Gore (D) Information
(78%) 5: Gov. Bill Richardson (D) Information
(77%) 6: Sen. Christopher Dodd (D) Information
(74%) 7: Ex-Sen. John Edwards (D) Information
(73%) 8: Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) Withdrew from race.
(73%) 9: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D) Information
(61%) 10: Sen. Joseph Biden (D) Information
(45%) 11: Gov. Mitt Romney (R) Information
(42%) 12: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) Information
(41%) 13: Rep. Ron Paul (R) Information
(38%) 14: Gov. George Pataki (R) Information
(38%) 15: Sec. Condoleezza Rice (R) Information
(31%) 16: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) Information
(25%) 17: Sen. John McCain (R) Information
(23%) 18: Ex-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R) Information
(16%) 19: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R) Information
(13%) 20: Rep. Duncan Hunter (R) Information
(11%) 21: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R) Information
(7%) 22: Sen. Sam Brownback (R) Information
(0%) 23: Sen. George Allen (R) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 24: Sen. John Kerry (D) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 25: Sen. Russ Feingold (D) Withdrew from race.

It would be interesting to see the internal mechanism at work here.
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(100%) 1: Gov. George Pataki (R) Information
(98%) 2: Gov. Mitt Romney (R) Information
(92%) 3: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D) Information
(90%) 4: Ex-VP Al Gore (D) Information
(83%) 5: Ex-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R) Information
(80%) 6: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) Information
(78%) 7: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R) Information
(76%) 8: Sen. Barack Obama (D) Information
(76%) 9: Sen. John McCain (R) Information
(74%) 10: Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) Withdrew from race.
(74%) 11: Ex-Sen. John Edwards (D) Information
(74%) 12: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D) Information
(74%) 13: Sec. Condoleezza Rice (R) Information
(72%) 14: Sen. Christopher Dodd (D) Information
(72%) 15: Sen. Joseph Biden (D) Information
(70%) 16: Gov. Bill Richardson (D) Information
(67%) 17: Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (D) Information
(63%) 18: Sen. Sam Brownback (R) Information
(60%) 19: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R) Information
(58%) 20: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) Information
(47%) 21: Rep. Duncan Hunter (R) Information
(40%) 22: Rep. Ron Paul (R) Information
(0%) 23: Sen. George Allen (R) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 24: Sen. John Kerry (D) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 25: Sen. Russ Feingold (D) Withdrew from race



well i would vote for Pataki, wouldn't be my #1 choice though (that would go to rudy G)...

questions were a little too black and white for me. i'm quite gray on a lot of issues...
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my #1 choice though (that would go to rudy G)...


but if you vote for the person that best supports your issues you would vote for Hillary or Gore before Rudy.

Because everyone believes this survey is accurate.
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(100%) 1: Rep. Ron Paul (R) Information
(98%) 2: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D) Information
(93%) 3: Sen. Barack Obama (D) Information
(81%) 4: Gov. Bill Richardson (D) Information
(81%) 5: Sen. Joseph Biden (D) Information
(75%) 6: Ex-Sen. John Edwards (D) Information
(71%) 7: Ex-VP Al Gore (D) Information
(70%) 8: Ex-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R) Information
(70%) 9: Sen. Christopher Dodd (D) Information
(68%) 10: Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) Withdrew from race.
(67%) 11: Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (D) Information
(63%) 12: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R) Information
(62%) 13: Gov. George Pataki (R) Information
(60%) 14: Rep. Duncan Hunter (R) Information
(56%) 15: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) Information
(56%) 16: Gov. Mitt Romney (R) Information
(55%) 17: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D) Information
(51%) 18: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) Information
(50%) 19: Sen. Sam Brownback (R) Information
(43%) 20: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R) Information
(37%) 21: Sen. John McCain (R) Information
(25%) 22: Sec. Condoleezza Rice (R) Information
(0%) 23: Sen. George Allen (R) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 24: Sen. John Kerry (D) Withdrew from race.
(0%) 25: Sen. Russ Feingold (D) Withdrew from race.
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