Discussion in 'Politics' started by DeadCanDance, Nov 30, 2007.
Mr. Nebraska Conservative, Chuck Hagel:
He's a sharp guy. Would be interesting to have him in the race.
Liberals don't like Mr Bush. But he is everything they could ever have dreamed of. For nearly eight years, conservatives have awakened each morning, and turned on the radio or picked up the newspaper with dread. "What will we have to defend now?"
Liberals! I know that Fair Play is one of your values. After the enormous favor we have done you, couldn't you do us one in return? Like, for example, making Al Sharpton and Cynthia McKinney your Presidential nominee team?
hey.. your side voted for him.
don't blame us if you can't tell a reliable candidate from a horse's ass. It's a MANDATE, remember?
If the right is embarrassed by the face they put on national politics, they should choose more carefully next time around and at least pick someone with two brain cells to rub together. But for some reason, the right seems to really resent anything that smacks of intellectualism. They want a president they can have a beer with. I think part of the reason is that the right responds more viscerally to cues having to do with hate and fear.... easy things to sell, but it doesn't get you quality.
I don't want to have a beer with my president. I want him to be the smartest guy in any room he walks into (and not because he chose substandard graduates from bob jones u to surround himself with.
Fat chance re Sharpton. lol...
He was, and still is my choice for president. I only wish he would start a grass roots third party run. (Maybe with Bloomberg)
Could'a chose McCain in 2000. A lot of people could see what a dunce Dubya was even in 2000.
By 2004, it should have been clear that Bush was a Dunce for those wingnuts who are dissastisfied now. Could'a encourgaged a primary challenge to Bush in the 2004 primaries.
Bush is the republicans guy now. They elected him twice, choosing him and passing over other choices and options.
A third party candidate can't win under the current system. He'd only be a spoiler. But, yes, a Bloomberg/Hegel combo would be hard to resist.
What? No posters to go with the propaganda?
Hey, in the other forum for conspiracy theories I made a prediction that Hagel could possibly be a choice for a running mate for Ron Paul.
He's really the only other republican who currently has the balls to challenge the GOP status-quo.
Congrats to him, I say.
Now, let's hear how his statement about joining the Dem ticket and my statement about him being a RP running mate is another indication that RP is a democrat in disguise.
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