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Old 08-15-2008, 12:30 PM   #21
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So I can't start that thread about Hillary really being Bigfoot? .

This may be the funniest thing I have seen you type

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I'll be signing CDs in the lobby

She's been everything else in FYM so why not that?
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I usually shy away from FYM because I already spread enough knowledge around other parts of the forum.

But allow me to let you FYMrs in on a little secret...

McCain doesn't have a chance in hell of winning this election!!!

HAHAHAHAHAHA

It's funny because it's true.
Oh how wrong you are. It's opinions like yours that might actually win it for McCain...oh the old doddering fool doesn't have a chance kind of thinking. I'd watch that shit if I were you. Be careful now.
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It's opinions like yours that might actually win it for McCain...

You say this with no irony.
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If McCain picks a liberal republican or Lieberman it's going to be loud and nasty with Republicans. Many may not vote.
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I think Romney would win the election for him

> Romney plus a pledge of just serving one term.
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I think Romney would win the election for him

> Romney plus a pledge of just serving one term.
I agree with both.
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why are we always the smartest guys in here
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I think Romney would win the election for him

> Romney plus a pledge of just serving one term.
Wrong choice. The reason. He's Mormon. Very few evangelicals are going to vote for a mormon...that's almost like voting for the anti-christ or "the one" Obama. Palin's the only one that could hold it all together for McCain and thank God he doesn't seem smart enough lately. All this talk of Lieberman, Ridge, Romney, Pawlenty - it's hilarious. Any one of those clowns would probably lose it for him.
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take a deep breath

count to thirty

and don't just go with a gut reaction


1. Romney won over many conservatives during the GOP primary

2. A couple of things about those Mormons, they are anti- gay marriage and strong pro-life (something the conservatives seem to agree with? maybe? )

now here is the part that you may need to prepare yourself for.


3. with the one term pledge from McCain and Romney as the V P, who would be the likely GOP nominee in 2012 ????? one guess >>>>> Romney

but he is a smelly Mormon

the Democratic Nominee would have a cakewalk

and who would the Democratic nominee be?

not Obama, he is a loser


I wonder who ???



Now, who will win the most if Romney if the nominee ????


Will PUMAS like the McCain/ Romney ticket / pledge, could some (just enough) even cast a vote for 2012 in 2008?


(it is kind of like chess, a lot of strategy and planning 5 moves ahead. )
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take a deep breath

count to thirty

and don't just go with a gut reaction


1. Romney won over many conservatives during the GOP primary

2. A couple of things about those Mormons, they are anti- gay marriage and strong pro-life (something the conservatives seem to agree with? maybe? )

now here is the part that you may need to prepare yourself for.


3. with the one term pledge from McCain and Romney as the V P, who would be the likely GOP nominee in 2012 ????? one guess >>>>> Romney

but he is a smelly Mormon

the Democratic Nominee would have a cakewalk

and who would the Democratic nominee be?

not Obama, he is a loser


I wonder who ???



Now, who will win the most if Romney if the nominee ????


(it is kind of like chess, a lot of strategy and planning 5 moves ahead. )

My brain hurts.

Interesting analysis, though.
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I heard Bobby Jindal was a good choice for VP. Is he in the running, or is he too young?
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I heard Bobby Jindal was a good choice for VP. Is he in the running, or is he too young?
I don't think he'll be picked. He is old enough, but I think he would make McCain's case against Obama's inexperience a little confusing. He's certainly the rising star in the party, though. I expect him to run for president somewhere down the line.
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My brain hurts.

Interesting analysis, though.

Chess does that.

you missed this part

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Will PUMAS like the McCain/ Romney ticket / pledge, could some (just enough) even cast a vote for 2012 in 2008?

(late edit for H V )
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Many may not vote.
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I heard Bobby Jindal was a good choice for VP. Is he in the running, or is he too young?
no chance.

if I was not so tired, I would write it is just stupid.
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no chance.

if I was not so tired, I would write it is just stupid.
If he is a rising star it's probably best to leave him for later just in case Obama actually wins. It would be a waste to put him on a losing ticket.
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good point

i'v heard nothing but good things

i met someone that works for him two weeks back
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As it stands today (Aug. 20, 2008) it's either Romney or a great surprise choice. It WILL NOT be Ridge or Leiberman. The only two "surprise" pro-life choices would be Condalezza Rice or Sarah Palin. We'll have to wait and see.
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If Obama picks Hillary Clinton as his veep then McCain will quite probably pick Romney. However, if Obama picks a white male then if McCain was really smart he'd go with Sarah Palin - loved by the evangelicals, loved by the fiscal conservatives AND she's a woman - do i hear the footsteps of thousands of bitter Hillary supporters running to that ticket? Probably. This would be the worst case scenerio for the democrats...sorry, there is one worse than that...McCain/Rice!!!
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