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Old 02-17-2003, 03:23 AM   #16
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Why is it that some Americans think because of what someone else did in another time gives them the right to questiion others opinions. Do you think if France bailed America out you would have to be forever indebted to them and never question them. I just dont get it. Allies are Allies, you should attempt to salvage them at all costs and that goes both ways.
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i am often, if not always flamboyantly against republican views on this board, but i would like to take the time to tell you that you have done your research to come up with the views that you hold. i commend that.
WE had not noticed. Your almost endorsement of my view has made me re-evaluate them. I realize now that they are wrong. GWB in 2004.....

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I also watched Meet the Press and thought the Gen. had many great points. He made me wish he had been handling the Iraq situation. I definitely was impressed. It will be interesting to hear his view on other issues.
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No, he specifically said he wasn't going to do it. I agree with the stuff about shortening the campaign. If you're like me you actually detest presidential politics. I'm not kidding, it's really irksome stuff to me. I only get into it reluctantly, because I have to if I'm going to cast an informed vote. By the time Election Day rolls around I'm so sick of politics I'm ready to scream.
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I also watched Meet the Press and thought the Gen. had many great points. He made me wish he had been handling the Iraq situation. I definitely was impressed. It will be interesting to hear his view on other issues.
I put up a sign to elect him today! Unfortunately it is covered with the 2" of snow that is falling as we speak.

I agree 100% Scarletwine. He would be doing an excellent job with this situation. One thing is clear, he would be working with the allies, instead of bullying the allies.

The administration clearly has a communication problem with not only other nations, but with the American people as well. I am still waiting for someone to show me a clear and present danger with Iraq.

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Dubya's daddy didn't get re-elected after his war. I don't think Dubya will either. Didn't for vote for Dubya Sr. didn't vote for Dubya JR. Won't be voting for Dubya in 2004.
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i am often, if not always flamboyantly against republican views on this board, but i would like to take the time to tell you that you have done your research to come up with the views that you hold. i commend that.

I agree. Gen. Clark strikes me as a very smart man, and I could vote for him. I want to say that I don't *hate* George Bush. I'm not a hater. I just think he's making too many mistakes. I'd sure hate to be president when 9/11 happened. Honestly, I have no idea what I'd do if I were president and such a thing happened to my country. I would not want this man's job.
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It's hard to tell if Bush will get elected for a second term. I know for myself that this whole situation with a possible impending war and also the economic situtation here at home is going to make a difference when it's time to vote. I don't know. I really don't care for Bush myself but who knows what the situation will be when it comes time for elections!!
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I think the jury is out on Gen. Clark, as his views and answers given on the Russert Program wouldn't stand up to in depth questioning.

1. Gen. Clark talks of our 'Going it Alone Strategy', not realizing the 23 nations we have lined up behind us.
2. Gen. Clark places a premium on treating our allies with respect, again not realizing that perhaps our allies should be treating us with respect...
3. Gen. Clark refers to the War in Iraq as 'Elective Surgery'... What was the situation in Kosovo?.. In the grand scheme of things.. a paper cut if we are to follow this logic.
4. Gen. Clark talks about North Korea, and how they deemed pulling the reactor from N. Korea as 'Elective Surgery'.. Don't they have nukes now?.. Aren't many foreigners putting their foot down that USA needs to do something about this (no mention of UN either)?..

If you're looking for a military man, Stick with hoping for Colin Powell.

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Sen. Bob Graham would probably beat GW. I believe he was also Gov. of FL. too, which seems to be a pre-requisite of sorts. But i do not think he will be liberal enough to get the nomination, as he actually endorsed Reagan in '84.

I suspect the good Gen. will probably end up being a veep candidate to add (dare I say) “gravitas” to the Dem ticket.
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just forget about it ppl.
bush will be us in 2004.

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