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View Poll Results: Which Democratic Presidential candidate are you voting for?
U.S. Sen. Joseph R. "Joe" Biden, Jr. (D-DE) 6 5.77%
U.S. Sen. Hillary R. Clinton (D-NY) 27 25.96%
U.S. Sen. Christopher J. "Chris" Dodd (D-CT) 0 0%
'VP 04 nominee / ex-U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D-NC) 9 8.65%
ex-U.S. Sen. Maurice "Mike" Gravel (D-AK) 0 0%
'04 candidate / U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH) 22 21.15%
U.S. Sen. Barack H. Obama (D-IL) 33 31.73%
Gov. William B. "Bill" Richardson (D-NM) 2 1.92%
Other - Write In 5 4.81%
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Old 11-16-2007, 06:25 PM   #81
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I'm pretty sure you won't get an answer... I gave up on him actually answering questions a long time ago.
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Did anybody get Hillary's asbestos joke at the beginning?
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Old 11-16-2007, 08:20 PM   #83
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Did anybody get Hillary's asbestos joke at the beginning?
Yes.

And that was the weakest of any debate I've ever witnessed in all my years.

Candy as*ses.

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I kinda like Dodd though-he's ok for a Democrat-almost.

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I kinda like Dodd though-he's ok for a Democrat-almost.

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I feel the same way about Biden. And he's got an alright sense of humor- politician or not.
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Old 11-16-2007, 10:12 PM   #86
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^Evidence that he never answers...
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Old 11-16-2007, 10:23 PM   #87
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Let it go...no one has an obligation to respond to anyone else, and their reasons for not doing so could be anything from they don't have an answer to they've got you on ignore to they're turned off by your tone. Such is life.

Plus it's rude to talk down other posters in the third person.
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Old 11-16-2007, 10:45 PM   #88
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Let it go...no one has an obligation to respond to anyone else, and their reasons for not doing so could be anything from they don't have an answer to they've got you on ignore to they're turned off by your tone. Such is life.

Plus it's rude to talk down other posters in the third person.
I understand and I apologize but don't you find it frustrating when someone misrepresents?

I honestly don't think I'm being any ruder to this individual than he is being to this forum. I think being rude is coming in and spouting off misinformation and not being able to back it up. I also find it very rude when someone claims certain beliefs but most of their posts contradict those beliefs.

Out of respect I'll let it go...

Sorry.
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Hillary's a candy ass now (I think we can type it out if we're going to call her that).
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As of this moment in time, I'm voting for Clinton.

However, it's not going to hurt my feelings if Obama wins.
and either he or Edwards for VP.

I really would like to see Richardson back in foreign policy in some capacity.

I might vote for Kuchinich if I thought he could win.
But that's not going to happen. Which is all our loss.

Biden deserves to be in there also, but not as President (imo)

It's still early yet.
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Edwards and Obama impress me less and less, even though I prefer either to Hillary.

The media is acting like Hillary is a done deal.

Then, there's the people that say Bush won't step down.
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Then, there's the people that say Bush won't step down.
Really?

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Then, there's the people that say Bush won't step down.
Who? Paranoid conspiracy theorists?
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Someone voted for Hilary???
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The media is acting like Hillary is a done deal.

Then, there's the people that say Bush won't step down.
Yeah, the press is acting like Hillary's already won the nomination. And people are saying that Bush won't step down?
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Kucinich and Obama are by far the two best candidates, in my opinion. Hilary is third there.

The thing about Hilary is, no matter how much worse she is than your favorite Democratic candidate, she's ten times better than any republican candidate this year.
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The thing about Hilary is, no matter how much worse she is than your favorite Democratic candidate, she's ten times better than any republican candidate this year.
In light of the latest national Zogby polls, interesting.

What major issues are Mrs. Clinton ten times better on than the slight Republican favorite, Rudy G ? A bigger healthcare plan, maybe taxing a few more rich people? Surely not the war...they are both clear hawks. The abortion issue? Shades of grey at best. Immigration and driver's licenses for illegals? Let's not go there.

Since when is the status quo ten times better than anything?
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Ever since I've read Guiliani's outline of his foreign politics I'm scared of him being President. This man has no clue what is going on outside the US at all.
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Hillary Clinton will provide universal health coverage for every American when she's president.

Barack Obama's health care plan would leave 15 million Americans uninsured.
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Hillary Clinton will provide universal health coverage for every American when she's president.
Has anyone even researched this? I'm pretty sure nowhere in the Constitution does it say that healthcare is one of the powers appointed to the federal government, which means national healthcare is unconstitutional.
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