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Old 06-24-2007, 09:33 PM   #436
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and McCain is now the GOP's best polling candidate?
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and McCain is now the GOP's best polling candidate?
I don't think that he is. I just think that as against Hillary, he matches up better - perhaps he's pulling in more moderates/independents that Romney and Thompson, and that's eating into her lead.
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and that is what GOP primary voters should consider

who can beat Hillary?

I know many GOP voters that do not like a lot about Rudy
but plan to go for him in our Feb 5 2008 CA primary as the best chance to stop Hillary

they would easily go over to McCain
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Gee it's great that he's so warm and cuddly and gentlemanly and all that-but I really don't think that's how most women make their decision. I think those things about John Edwards but that has no bearing on my vote.

Republican Thompson endorsed by ex-girlfriends

By Steve Holland Mon Jun 25, 6:46 PM ET

Things must be going well for prospective presidential candidate Fred Thompson because even his ex-wife and former girlfriends are endorsing him.

One-by-one they've said the Tennessee Republican is their man -- at least for president, according to London's Sunday Times newspaper.

The former senator and Hollywood actor is to hold the first fund-raising event for his potential campaign on Tuesday in Nashville, ahead of stops in early primary states of South Carolina and New Hampshire this week.

An announcement on a Thompson candidacy is expected some time in July. "He's making up his mind as to when's the best time," said spokesman Mark Corallo.

Thompson, 64, dated for a long time after his 26-year marriage to his first wife, Sarah Knestrick, ended in 1984. In 2002 he married Jeri Kehn, who is 24 years younger than he.

Many of his old girlfriends still adore him and hope he wins.

"I think he has a great chance of capturing the women's vote. He's majestic. He's a soft, safe place to be and that could be Fred's ticket. Women love a soft place to lay and a strong pair of hands to hold us," ex-girlfriend country music singer Lorrie Morgan told the Sunday Times.

Another old flame, Republican fund-raiser Georgette Mosbacher, said he would defeat Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton because of his appeal to "traditional women who will like the Southern gentleman in him," according to The Times.

There's an old country music song with the line, "All my ex's live in Texas, and that's why I hang my hat in Tennessee," but it obviously does not apply to Thompson.

He remains on excellent terms with his first wife and Thompson has said she intends to campaign for him, the Times reported.
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I wonder if we will have Hillary pictures like this one.

Before this is all over.
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Well if his hickey ex girlfriends like him I'm gonna vote for him...

seriously, what a piece of fluff
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It's not just fluff though, it's insulting to women-well I think it is.
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Much as I don't want to see a Feminazi lesbian type in the White House, I'd probably vote for Hilary ahead of any of that bunch.

They all look like extras from a re-make of some third rate 1960's Dracula movie.
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Much as I don't want to see a Feminazi lesbian type in the White House
Classy.
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By: New Hampshire Union Leader
Jun 27, 2007


Boston – A New Hampshire presidential poll by WHDH-TV and Suffolk University shows that local Democrats prefer Al Gore to any of the current contenders.

Hillary Clinton has a solid lead over the rest of the current Democratic field. The poll, released this afternoon, shows 37 percent of likely Democratic voters backing Clinton or leaning towards her. Barack Obama was at 19 percent, with both John Edwards and Bill Richardson at 9 percent.

Al Gore, however, could enter the race as the leader. When his name is added, Clinton loses more than a quarter of her support, while Gore is backed by 32 percent.

Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani lead the GOP field. The former Massachusetts governor is supported by 26 percent of likely GOP voters, with Giuliani slipping to 22 percent. John McCain and Fred Thompson are both at 13 percent, a major move backwards for McCain. Romney's support, which relies heavily on younger voters, is up 7 percent from a comparable poll in March, when he trailed Giuliani (37 percent) and McCain (27 percent).

The poll, which has a 4.4 percent margin of error, surveyed 500 likely voters from June 20 to 24.
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Much as I don't want to see a Feminazi lesbian type in the White House
Once again you bring nothing but classy, educated, and informed opinions to FYM.
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PBS is showing a democratic debate tonight hosted by Howard University. I'm hoping we can finally get the candidates to talk about stuff like Darfur and The Gulf. I'll be there with the ONE campaign. Catch me on tv!...again.

http://www.pbs.org/kcet/tavissmiley/...ums_2007-06-28


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Much as I don't want to see a Feminazi lesbian type in the White House, I'd probably vote for Hilary ahead of any of that bunch.


no, seriously, WTF?
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Much as I don't want to see a Feminazi lesbian type in the White House, I'd probably vote for Hilary ahead of any of that bunch.

They all look like extras from a re-make of some third rate 1960's Dracula movie.
Wow. Just, wow.
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Much as I don't want to see a Feminazi lesbian type in the White House, I'd probably vote for Hilary ahead of any of that bunch.

They all look like extras from a re-make of some third rate 1960's Dracula movie.
This is wrong on so many levels.

What exactly is a "feminazi" other than a word Rush made up to scare gullible conservatives?

And what proof do we have that Hillary Clinton is a lesbian?

And even if Hillary WERE a lesbian why would that be a problem? Why is "lesbian" being used as a pejorative?

And what kind of criteria is this for choosing the presdient of the United States. Many people said Lincoln was horribly ugly and looked like an ape. Didn't stop him from being one of our country's greatest president. On the other hand, they say Warren G. Harding was quite good looking.

Statements like this should be challenged and taken apart at every opportunity.
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