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Old 03-10-2008, 12:10 AM   #46
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we're doing what democrats do best.

destroying from the inside out.
That's what you get when you have a party that doesn't stand for anything.
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http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,327605,00.html

Ann is recognized by conservatives to be on the fringe; quote her all you want-it's bad info.

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She wasn't the only one bruno... You can't possibly be that out of the loop, can you?
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Old 03-10-2008, 12:28 AM   #49
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she's the most devisive one thereby earning her only an arm's length type relationship w the GOP.

What Rosie is to the Left, Ann is to the Right.

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That's what you get when you have a party that doesn't stand for anything.
change

and

hope

make one candidate
very attractive
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republicans quickly fall in line uniting on their most important core principles.

it's not about us; it's about something much larger than us.
dems it's about each whiny person and their pet issue.


it's true. Republicans fall into lockstep far more easily than do Democrats.

and nothing unites you like fear and hatred.
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That's what you get when you have a party that doesn't stand for anything.
melon, on the money, once again
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I really wish that people in America were smarter...they would have voted her out by now. I can't believe there are people who actually think she'd make a good President...after all this nonsense. It seems you people will never learn.
Never learn what?

Because we don't all want a Leftist government we are losing out on something, tell me what it is?

Canadians have all the answers to America's woes.

Thank you Canada.

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and nothing unites you like fear and hatred.


yeah, Hillary's "3am Phone" commercial had nothing to do with playing on people's fear.
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yeah, Hillary's "3am Phone" commercial had nothing to do with playing on people's fear.


fear does work. that's what we learned in 2004. why do you think she's using it?
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Holy crap, if Ann Coulter would really support/vote for/campaign for Hillary...I'd have to consider voting for McCain.

Or not.

Since the Hillary/Obama debate has resurfaced in this thread can I ask you guys something? Looking at their platforms I don't see a ton of difference between Obama and HRC. Some details yes but not a lot of fundamental differences. So how is Obama running on "CHANGE"? I'm pretty ambivalent about this race, and I'll support whoever wins, but it seems odd to me that one candidate is running on "experience" when she actually doesn't have all that much of it, and the other is running on "change" when in reality he's another moderate/centrist just like the Clintons.
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I'm pretty ambivalent about this race, and I'll support whoever wins, but it seems odd to me that one candidate is running on "experience" when she actually doesn't have all that much of it, and the other is running on "change" when in reality he's another moderate/centrist just like the Clintons.
That's what Marxist philosophy would refer to as "false choice," where all of your choices, essentially, are really just the same.

Ironically, of course, communism is probably nothing but false choices. Still, the critique is quite apt.
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Since the Hillary/Obama debate has resurfaced in this thread can I ask you guys something? Looking at their platforms I don't see a ton of difference between Obama and HRC. Some details yes but not a lot of fundamental differences. So how is Obama running on "CHANGE"? I'm pretty ambivalent about this race, and I'll support whoever wins, but it seems odd to me that one candidate is running on "experience" when she actually doesn't have all that much of it, and the other is running on "change" when in reality he's another moderate/centrist just like the Clintons.
You're absolutely right. It's essentially a personality contest.
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i think when it comes to the platform, there isn't much difference between Hillary and Obama.

but when it comes to everything else, Obama does represent a real turning of the page and, hopefully, a way out of the bitter partisanship that has characterized the Baby Boom's rise to power. what actually gets don't won't be all that different from Hillary, but how it gets done, and how politics itself will function in our lives, might very well change with Obama.

he's not so easy to hate.

Hillary is very, very easy to hate.
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