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Old 03-10-2008, 02:57 PM   #16
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in March?

I think so.
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in March?

I think so.


so far as you know.
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Old 03-10-2008, 03:06 PM   #18
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it is all out there on the intranets


we could look it up together

I'll buy the coffee
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will we each be on our own laptops,

or are you willing to share?
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Old 03-10-2008, 03:47 PM   #20
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No way Obama will take the VP position

It would be largely ceremonial

Since Bill would be Hillary's no. 2

As Hillary was during Bill's presidency

With Gore down the hall

All by himself.
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I just think it's manifestly unfair that Mr Cheney can't serve again.
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I just think it's manifestly unfair that Mr Cheney can't serve again.
He's better suited for the Death Star anyway.
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I would be thrilled if McCain picked Condoleeza Rice. I think despite the unpopularity of President Bush, she would be very appealing to independents and minorities and create a very strong ticket.

My second choice used to be Bobby Jindal, but I've reconsidered. I like the guy, but should something happen to McCain, I can't picture Jindal being Commander-in-Chief.
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Old 03-10-2008, 04:11 PM   #24
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No he's Palpatine himself!
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Condi has intellectual heft, but close to zero political talents and, more importantly, ambition.

i don't think she has any desire at all to run for public office. seems she'd be much happier back in Palo Alto, writing books, teaching, and playing the piano.
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Condi has intellectual heft,
perhaps
in academia.

but in the state department
she is a tool.
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perhaps
in academia.

but in the state department
she is a tool.


perhaps if she wore more sensible shoes ...
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Condi has intellectual heft, but close to zero political talents and, more importantly, ambition.
Which I think is why she has become more effective in her role. I don't get much of a sense of ego from her, but she is remarkably astute and (it seems) unique in the current administration in her desire to improve diplomatic relationships between the US and the world. I wish she'd had more of a voice in the first five years of Bush's presidency.
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