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Old 05-06-2007, 08:59 AM   #1
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Bush supporters swith to....DRUM ROLL PLEASE

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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle1752381.ece
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Old 05-06-2007, 09:35 AM   #2
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That's very interesting.
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...as the White House candidate with the best chance of uniting a divided nation.
This is why I like Obama and Edwards over Hillary. She is simply too polarizing...hell she divides her own party. We cannot handle any more polarization as a nation after what will be 8 years of disaster.
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:27 PM   #3
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Your'e absolutely right...Hillary will NOT get the nomination...Obama will!!!
I believe it will be Obama/Edwards 08
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Neo-con!
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Old 05-09-2007, 12:13 PM   #5
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Personally I'd like to see Giuliani win it all. With all that he did for NYC on 9/11, I think he'd be a great president, as long as he didn't let the party pressure him too much.
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Giuliani is a made-over Republican, but they don't seem impressed. These people are interesting. We don't need two gay marriage supporters. With Giulani backing off, we don't need him in the race. I never though I'd be typing this.
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Giuliani is a made-over Republican, but they don't seem impressed. These people are interesting. We don't need two gay marriage supporters. With Giulani backing off, we don't need him in the race. I never though I'd be typing this on Interference.
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Personally I'd like to see Giuliani win it all. With all that he did for NYC on 9/11, I think he'd be a great president, as long as he didn't let the party pressure him too much.
He did alot for New York on 9/11. He did alot for NYC then, maybe he will get a chance to do it all for America now. I don't want him, he's too made over. I want Obama. Gosh, don't we all?
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rudy did alot for new york, period.
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Obama's the man.
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Old 05-11-2007, 03:51 AM   #11
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Obama Obama Obama Obama Obama
And I'm not even a Yank...

It's not gonna happen but an Obama/Kerry ticket would excite me somewhat.

Hillary Clinton epitomises one of the more disgusting traits of American politics - Nepotism.
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Hillary Clinton epitomises one of the more disgusting traits of American politics - Nepotism.


and it's something America has been free of -- barring John Adams and John Q. Adams -- until recently.

i think people should take pause and realize that someone with the surname "Bush" or "Clinton" has been in the White House since 1980, and if HRC were elected to two terms, that would be 36 years of a Bush/Clinton related White House.

that's not democracy; that's aristocracy.
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that's not democracy; that's aristocracy.
Exactly.
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Hillary Clinton epitomises one of the more disgusting traits of American politics - Nepotism.
And she's a war-monger.
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i think people should take pause and realize that someone with the surname "Bush" or "Clinton" has been in the White House since 1980, and if HRC were elected to two terms, that would be 36 years of a Bush/Clinton related White House.

that's not democracy; that's aristocracy.
is it really fair to compare

GHW Bush's 12 years and W's 8 years for a total of 20 years against 8 years of Clinton

as a reason not to consider Hillary



edit to add


this will probably be the main talking point if HRC gets the nomination
(you may recall the 2000 election -
W ran against Clinton - not Gore
they played hard on Clinton fatigue, "I will restore honor and dignity to the White House")

there is rightfully plenty of Bush fatigue.

and the right will try and blend it in with your theme:

"Time for a change - no more Bush / Clintons !!! 1980- 2008
28 years is enough.
Vote for Change!!
Vote GOP!!!
Vote John McCain/ Tommy Thompson (YOU"RE FIRED)
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