Hooray!!!! JE gits south Carolina. Proof positive

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    JE is a superb candidate for the Democratic nomination and I think he can easily douse the fire of the burning bush. His common sense is undeniable and his charisma is overwhelming. How else could such a lefty achieve Senator status in such a conservative state as North Carolina? John Edwards is THE MAN!!!!!!!!

    All metaphors and innuendo aside, the DLC, Democratic Leadership Council, is kickin' ass and taking names, don't you agree?

    It appears the next president of the United States wil indeed be a "true" compassionate conservative!!!!!!!! I know that I'm happy about that!!!!!!
     
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    No I don't. I mean is anyone actually surprised that he won his home state. That is a must win for him. If he can't get his home state then he has a real problem. I don't think this is unecpected at all and I don't think it makes hin the MAN.

    In the end JE will not get the nod due to pure lack of experience. He hasn't exactley paid his dues yet.
     
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    That's all fine and dandy, too bad it won't be until at least 2008 before you see that happen.
     
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    All back sniping aside, the Democratic field has 4 candidates fully capable and enourmously willing to put an end to the alienator and faux conservative in the Whitehouse. From my position on the barstool of political analogy, I think I am correct. 2004 will see the shrub and his family changing their address to their pig farm in Crawfordsville, Texas. Do the Crawfords even know who they are?
     
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    I don't doubt their willingness. Shoot, Al Sharpton seems sincere in his goals too, but I wouldn't want him to be the next president. I don't think any of these candidates has exactly what America is looking for. For that fact, Bush may not be that person either. I think the voters are going to choose the guy that is currently defending our country against terrorism. The latest polls show Bush having an enormous lead in the security department over the democratic contenders.

    These guys are going to rip each other apart until the DNC. Once we have a nominee and Bush starts campaigning I think you're going to see him take a commanding lead.

    Like I said, start setting your sights on 2008, it's not gonna happen this year.
     
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    I wonder if the Democrats dont get the white house this time will there even BE a democratic party???seems to me they have put all the barrels on one wagon[this election] just my HO...08 at the earliest if then...after the pretenders get through ripping themselves for the dem nom I feel pretty sure that G.W. will stand tall through the campaign and have 4 more years...Its nice to not have a pansy-ass in the white house
     
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    jimnyc, you got YOUR view and I have mine. The populace that I acquaint myself with almost unanamously agree that GWB has designs on something quite other than any "war on terrorism" and is in fact intensifying the reasons for terror attacts against us. In addition, many of my acquaintances (lefty and righty alike) agree that all these references/alerts only tend to stir up unjustifiable fear and go further to create a loathing for anything not quite as "American" as they might be used to seeing.

    Certainly a few of my more conservative friends continue to wave the flag and profess support for our troops. Heck, I'm a very much lefty and I do the same. But they, the righty's, express constant destain for many of the GWB policies and doubt his sincerity as it pertains to American objectives and his business perview. Be that as it is, GWB is very vulnerable in 2004 as his Papa, whom even I voted for, was in 1992. Go figure?
     
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    Psycho... How is G.W. intensifying terrorist attacks against this nation??? By doing his best to make sure we dont have another 9/11 ??? These unjustifiable alerts as you put them are to let the general populace have an Idea of the possability of terrorist activity...sometimes a little fear is a good thing...very small price to pay if it saves my life and or the ones I care for..reguardless of how one feels about our CIC we must show support for our folks on the line here and aboard for they are fighting for our freedom and way of life.. as to G.W.'s policys and objectives I have no doubt that America is first and foremost the top priority...with all the man has had on his plate my hats off to him and 4 mores years of his leadership is what this country needs....A real American with a backbone....and he has backed up what he said he was going to do.....ask saddam....He tried to play poker with a man from Texas....and lost...
     
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    Sorry Jon, you obiously don't read well. I've addressed and answered most of what you ask and assert previously in this thread. Since 9/11 we are all, Democrats and Republicans alike, more on our toes concerning the dangers around us. Ask any PD or sheriff's department!!!! Other than the media, misleading remarks and un/der-funded programs as set forth by the shrub are either insignificant or war profiteering at best. Even the Department of Homeland Security was a reincarnation of ideology of the Clinton Administration and totally rejected by the now most vocal proponents of it. My grandchildren know about it and if God will give me continued breath my great-grandchildren will also know.
     
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    insignifacant and war profiterring???? Clintons Idealogy??? what is insignifacant???? war profiterring needs explained.... If Clinton had been doing HIS elected job the nation would not be where its at now....3000 fine folks would still be with us.... and saddam would still NOT be the leader of Iraq.
     

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