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Old 07-07-2003, 09:03 AM   #46
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And I think Dean better get his temper under control before it becomes a liability. I don't know much about him, but I'd like to find out more.

I'm waiting for some Democratic candidate to knock my socks off something tells me I'll be waiting quite a while
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MrsSpringsteen, you have to vote for someone, you know. Unless you vote for no one.

Dreadsox, I haven't been living in Massachusetts for that long, but our esteemed Senator Kerry strikes me as a self-important two-faced windbag. And I think Gephardt completely disgraced himself with his "when I'm president, we'll issue executive orders to overturn any wrong decision the Supreme Court makes" comment.
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I'd vote for Dean. And I don't buy the "he's too liberal" argument. We don't need Bush Lite. (not the beer, nor the president. )
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I'd vote for Dean. And I don't buy the "he's too liberal" argument. We don't need Bush Lite. (not the beer, nor the president. )
He is not centrist enough for me to NOT vote for Bush. I think there are many like me.
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Dreadsox, I haven't been living in Massachusetts for that long, but our esteemed Senator Kerry strikes me as a self-important two-faced windbag.
Kerry, just does nothing for me right now. I think he will be one of the top three. He is much less liberal than Kennedy but there is something about his personality that I am not drawn to.

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Dreadsox,

I implicitly raised a question that I will now make explicit: which Democratic candidate do you prefer? Kerry? Gephardt? Lieberman? Kucinich? Edwards? someone else?
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I implicitly raised a question that I will now make explicit: which Democratic candidate do you prefer? Kerry? Gephardt? Lieberman? Kucinich? Edwards? someone else?

I think that everyone can tell that Al SHarpton is my man!!!!!!!

Seriously, I am probably more in line with Lieberman and Kerry than anyone else in that field right now. I am hoping General Wesley Clark announces which party he belongs to and that he is running for President.

I am still at that waiting to see what happens though, it really too early to tell. I just know that there are things about the administration that bother me, and I am leaning towards change.

Have I somewhat answered your question?
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I think that everyone can tell that Al SHarpton is my man!!!!!!!
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I think that everyone can tell that Al SHarpton is my man!!!!!!!

Ah, so you're one of the cranks who's promoting Al Sharpton so that the Democrats can get whupped by Bush. Nice.
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Ah, so you're one of the cranks who's promoting Al Sharpton so that the Democrats can get whupped by Bush. Nice.
You do know I am kidding right?

Karl Rove wants Dean for that very reason though!
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You do know I am kidding right?

Karl Rove wants Dean for that very reason though!
My sarcasm detector is in working order, thanks.

I don't know why Rove thinks that Dean would be the easiest candidate to defeat. Presumably because of his opposition to the war before the fact?

Now that Dean appears convinced that we need to carry out the mission in Iraq and the greater war on terror that we've started, I think it's better to have him in charge than Kerry. Kerry's attempts at backtracking over his earlier support for the war in Iraq are kind of pathetic--he never ceases to tell us how his service in Vietnam makes him the most qualified candidate to be commander in chief, but then he goes back and tells us how Bush sold him, the rest of Congress and the American people a barrel of lies in order to garner support for the war in Iraq.
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My sarcasm detector is in working order, thanks.

I don't know why Rove thinks that Dean would be the easiest candidate to defeat. Presumably because of his opposition to the war before the fact?
I still think he is too left of center to pull the center to their side.
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Popmartijn,

I think you and everyone that is not a US citizen should vote in the poll. This Poll is designed to look at how people here at FYM view Bush. FYM is an international place, and I hope everyone will vote and voice their opinion on the topic.
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