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View Poll Results: Hillary's future post 2008 general election ? Your 5 year prediction
She will stay married to Bill, remain her her dysfucntional relationship, and continued being a Senator. 12 44.44%
When she sees being married to Bill didn't help her attain her presidentail goal, she will kick Bill to the curb. 2 7.41%
She will not only divorce Bill, but write a tell all book. 4 14.81%
She will still be angry for losing and blame it on Bill and the vast right wing conspiracy for all her percieved misery. 9 33.33%
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:21 PM   #31
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She's gonna be your next President - you can take that to the bank!

More specifically, Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan.
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:31 PM   #32
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More specifically, Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan.
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:33 PM   #33
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Don't mind diamond.

You'd be depressed too if your choices were a man in drag, a senile fool who thinks Zarqawi is still alive and a Mormon flip flopper.
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:38 PM   #34
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oh martina you just can't stay away from my thought provoking, mensa minded crowd attracting, stimulating topics and threads.

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funny thing is

Giuliani may very well get the GOP nomination.
(with the early primaries in key states)

A pro-choice, gay-friendly GOP candidate????

I have quite a few, deep pocket GOP friends
and Giulinai is picking up steam!
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I don't think Hillary is unpopular. She's controversial as heck, a divisive force, which is why I don't want her for the Democratic nominee. I'm supporting John Edwards for the nomination.
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funny thing is

Giuliani may very well get the GOP nomination.
(with the early primaries in key states)

A pro-choice, gay-friendly GOP candidate????

I have quite a few, deep pocket GOP friends
and Giulinai is picking up steam!
and Romney will be his running mate and take him to Bible camp.
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:56 PM   #38
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Guiliani will need some social-conservative gravitas
to balance his ticket and shore up the GOP base.

You may recall that W needed some foreign-policy gravitas to shore up his ticket.



VP won't be Romney. Not a chance.

Could be McCain, but not likely.

It will be a true-blue social-conservative,
that may not even be in the picture, now.
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Old 03-29-2007, 03:01 PM   #39
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Re: Re: Re: What will be the outcome after she loses?

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that said please don't take this post personally as I value your posts little Irvine, your views are occassionally rich.


it turns me on when you talk like that.
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Old 03-29-2007, 03:27 PM   #41
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I think it's too easy to call Hillary a bitch. If she were a man, people would just call her assertive. I'm actually hoping she becomes president. Go Hillary!


this was precisely my ironical point, as in, "it's so freaking bitchy for a woman to want to be president!"

when, of course, if any of her "mannerisms" were exhibited by a man, they'd be evidence of strength and character.

but i'm not a supporter of her candidacy.

the Republicans have been destroyed by Bush. the party as we know it is over and conservatism as we know it is dead.

but if there is anyone who can "get the band back together" for one last time, anyone who can truly inspire hatred in the hearts of the sexist and insecure and, yes, homophobic, it's that bitch Hillary Rodham Clinton (and how bitchy to want 3 names!)
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it's that bitch Hillary Rodham Clinton (and how bitchy to want 3 names!)
She clearly does not know her place.
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u guys are soooo lost.
mark my words.
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The problem I have with Hillary is that she seemingly has no plan nor vision. She just says what she's supposed to say. Leaders lead, she follows. And I don't blame her, it's just the way the machine the Clinton's built works. Play it safe, talk your way out of it, etc. Bill had more Charisma than Hillary, I don't think she's got the personality to pull it off like he did.
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I have every confidence in the American people's good judgement.

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