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Old 07-09-2003, 07:52 PM   #106
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Hillary Clinton is to far to the left to win a presidential election.
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Old 07-09-2003, 08:06 PM   #107
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I didn't say she'd win...I simpy said she'd trump many a candidate.

On a side note, it's funny how different the American perspective is to, say, the Canadian one. What you would consider left wing (ie, Hillary Clinton), we in Canada would consider center. To many of us, Democrats and Republicans are both right wing parties, but in the US, one is considered "liberal" and the other "conservative". I find that really interesting. It seems very boxed in from my perspective.
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Old 07-09-2003, 08:23 PM   #108
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To many of us, Democrats and Republicans are both right wing parties, but in the US, one is considered "liberal" and the other "conservative". I find that really interesting. It seems very boxed in from my perspective.
I was going to say the same thing, except in a less articulate way. To me, Hillary is too conservative and I probably would not vote for her. Maybe I would if she ran against Bush and there was no decent 3rd party candidate, but I would not be happy about it because I actually despise all the Clintons except for Chelsea.
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Old 07-09-2003, 08:30 PM   #109
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I have posted here twice...but have yet to vote in the poll.

And as for the 800 views. Think of all of us "repeat offenders." I know I probably account for at least 10+ views. I wish there was a way to count "Unique" views.
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zonelistener,

Whats keeping you from voting?
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Old 07-09-2003, 11:11 PM   #111
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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.
Dreadsox:

As I mentioned to you last night, the May/June issue of OXFORD AMERICAN (The Southern Magazine of Good Writing) featured an in-depth articleon your boy Wesley Clark. It is posted on there website in PDF format, so I am unable to post any of the text here, but the link is below:

http://oxfordamericanmag.com/oa_extras/murrell.pdf

I would say that the three candidates you have mentioned above share something in common: military background and/or strong defense policy. I haven't read the Wesley Clark article yet so I don't know enough about him, but I would say that Senator Joseph Lieberman is my favorite among the Democratic field.

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I do not have information on other candidates.

I would not purposely NOT vote for Bush.

Put him up against, say, Silvio Berlusconi - I would vote for Bush.

So, with that being said...I can't vote in the poll.
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I wish there was a way to count "Unique" views.
I would say that the photograph of you humping the little animal statue or whatever at a party is a "unique view."

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I would say that the photograph of you humping the little animal statue or whatever at a party is a "unique view."

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It's still a unique view.

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Old 07-10-2003, 02:49 AM   #116
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since bush jr. became president... I finally found motivation to vote the next time round...
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Old 07-10-2003, 09:51 AM   #117
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since bush jr. became president... I finally found motivation to vote the next time round...
8 years of Slick Willie didn't do that for ya?
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Old 07-10-2003, 11:16 AM   #118
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8 years of Slick Willie didn't do that for ya?
yeah, those 8 years of peace and prosperity really sucked.
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since bush jr. became president... I finally found motivation to vote the next time round...
I feel the same way. I've been quite disinterested in the national political scene for some time because, in my view, none of our recent presidents (or members of Congress) have been inspiring or visionary. Everyone's a centrist. However, when the next presidential election takes place, I will be running full speed to the polls with the hope of contributing to the booting of President Bush out of office. In my view, President Bush does dishonor to the office of the president.
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Old 07-10-2003, 03:24 PM   #120
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I think Bush would find California a friendlier place than FYM.
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