Discussion in 'Politics' started by 007, Nov 12, 2005.
It is my hope that the Senator from New York will realize that its not in her, or anyone elses[read that the DNC] best interest for her to attempt the White House. on the other hand it would make it much easier for the GOP.
I think this needs to be taken a little more seriously by the right than it has so far. WHO the GOP puts in the hot seat is every bit a factor as who the DNC pushes.
The moderate vote is nonpartisan and is going to swing whichever way the most appealing candidate is. Of the names I've heard tossed about by conservatives, I don't see that appeal.
Me either Gunny. Good point.
And I'm not commited to voting Republican either. If another Ross Pero or Steve Forbes runs on the Reform ticket, that's who I'll vote for. I'm sick of the frickin' status quo by BOTH the repub's and the dem's. I swear one isn't much better than the other when it comes to "spending".
That's just about what it took for Clinton to gain the Presidency through the back door. Not sure I'm ready for a repeat performance; especially, if it Hillary. The woman is scary.
lol "Hitlery" I never heard that one before.
Not to be mistaken for defending, but out of curiousity, why the Hitler reference? Just a play on the letter H, or something more?
I think it is also a play on the fact that they are constantly calling some republican a 'nazi'. Therefore a play on the name, the letter H, and the regular political diatribe all at the same time....
Oh, and can't forget that there were 13 ways one could go to prison by seeing a different doctor, or seeing a different patient, than your assigned one in her 'health plan' thus giving every free thinking person the creeps.
The woman is a sociopathic narcissist. She believes in ruling by absolute power. In example, like Hitler. She's more dangerous than most people will ever know.
Don't get me wrong Gunny, I would NEVER vote democrap. However, I do like to vote my conscience, and sometimes unfortunately, that means voting Republican simply to keep the democrap out, even though I would have liked to vote for someone else.
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