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Old 08-19-2008, 11:49 PM   #31
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take a deep breath

count to thirty

and don't just go with a gut reaction


1. Romney won over many conservatives during the GOP primary

2. A couple of things about those Mormons, they are anti- gay marriage and strong pro-life (something the conservatives seem to agree with? maybe? )

now here is the part that you may need to prepare yourself for.


3. with the one term pledge from McCain and Romney as the V P, who would be the likely GOP nominee in 2012 ????? one guess >>>>> Romney

but he is a smelly Mormon

the Democratic Nominee would have a cakewalk

and who would the Democratic nominee be?

not Obama, he is a loser


I wonder who ???



Now, who will win the most if Romney if the nominee ????


(it is kind of like chess, a lot of strategy and planning 5 moves ahead. )

My brain hurts.

Interesting analysis, though.
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I heard Bobby Jindal was a good choice for VP. Is he in the running, or is he too young?
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Old 08-19-2008, 11:53 PM   #33
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I heard Bobby Jindal was a good choice for VP. Is he in the running, or is he too young?
I don't think he'll be picked. He is old enough, but I think he would make McCain's case against Obama's inexperience a little confusing. He's certainly the rising star in the party, though. I expect him to run for president somewhere down the line.
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My brain hurts.

Interesting analysis, though.

Chess does that.

you missed this part

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Will PUMAS like the McCain/ Romney ticket / pledge, could some (just enough) even cast a vote for 2012 in 2008?

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Many may not vote.
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I heard Bobby Jindal was a good choice for VP. Is he in the running, or is he too young?
no chance.

if I was not so tired, I would write it is just stupid.
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no chance.

if I was not so tired, I would write it is just stupid.
If he is a rising star it's probably best to leave him for later just in case Obama actually wins. It would be a waste to put him on a losing ticket.
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good point

i'v heard nothing but good things

i met someone that works for him two weeks back
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As it stands today (Aug. 20, 2008) it's either Romney or a great surprise choice. It WILL NOT be Ridge or Leiberman. The only two "surprise" pro-life choices would be Condalezza Rice or Sarah Palin. We'll have to wait and see.
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If Obama picks Hillary Clinton as his veep then McCain will quite probably pick Romney. However, if Obama picks a white male then if McCain was really smart he'd go with Sarah Palin - loved by the evangelicals, loved by the fiscal conservatives AND she's a woman - do i hear the footsteps of thousands of bitter Hillary supporters running to that ticket? Probably. This would be the worst case scenerio for the democrats...sorry, there is one worse than that...McCain/Rice!!!
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He's not going to pick a woman who is in the midst of being investigated for a political scandal, get real!
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He's not going to pick a woman who is in the midst of being investigated for a political scandal, get real!
O.K. then, Rice perhaps???
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Rice doesn't want it and Rice would bring on more controversy...

There is no viable woman Republican.

I mean isn't that an oxymoron
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I would have more confidence in Obama than I would in Rice.

Now Rice can be called Bush 3 in my book.
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