Carter running for Senate?

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    I think it'd be cool if Clinton's brother ran for office.

    What was his name again? George?

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    I agree with you, Avatar4321, that we've already had one Carter in Washington and that was ONE TOO MANY! (Same opinion goes for the Clintons as well.)
     
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    LOL. George Clinton is a crackhead. You don't really think a cocaine abuser named George could ever get elected, do you?
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    I'd love to have Jimmy Carter in the senate. He was a lousy president, but he's been a fantastic ex-president. Not to mention the fact that he would almost certainly win that seat handily for the Democrats.

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    Let him run

    He'll probably lose if the GOP candidate has the nads to call the old man on his disasterous presidency, the peices of which we are still picking up.

    If the GOP candidate tries to "build a bridge" or congradulate him on his "fine service to the nation but I just disagree" or any of that claptrap, Carter will win. However, the whole country will see what a Castro-loving loon he and the Dems are, and he will be the most high-profile Dem out there. Almost as good as having a DUmmie in the Senate.
     
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    He's been such a fantastic ex-president, it makes you wish there was a way for him to skip right past the presidency and go straight to the "ex" part.
     
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    I see he's in NV, that's good, after his dad there's no way he'd EVER be elected here in Ga.
     
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    Already had this discussion. He may well win 'worst president' historically. No question that he wins 'worst ex-president ever.'
     
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    Nah. He sucked, but I'd save the "worst president" label for Woodrow Wilson or FDR.
     

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