Which republican would you vote for in 2008?

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Which republican would you vote for in 2008?

  1. Rudy Giuliani

    29.6%
  2. Newt Gingrich

    51.9%
  3. Tom Tancredo

    7.4%
  4. John McCain

    11.1%
  1. -Cp
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    Which republican would you vote for in 2008?
     
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    Im not sure any of th em in particularly stand out for me. i mean i definately dont like McCain but the others arent really very appealing to me either. of course i dont know who does.. but still.
     
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    The winners in 08 will be the ticket of Rudy/Jeb Bush
     
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    I doubt Jeb will be on the ticket.
     
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    Putting another Bush on the ticket would equal wide spread destruction of whichever candidate he was on with... The country has had enough of the Bushs for a while...
     
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    Putting Jeb on the ticket would be the kiss of death. No one is going to tolerate a dynasty, particularly when the current Bush seems to be starting to be viewed as poison by his fellow repubs.

    The one to watch is Rudy... note, he's the only one that gets a cross-over vote. That could carry a lot of blue states (urban area).
     
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    You mean the pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, pro-gun control, Rudy Giuliani?
     
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    I would vote for Guilliani, but not if Newt were running too. I could vote for Tancredo, but he won't be on the ballot. I would not vote for McCain, I'd write in someone.
     
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    How about "America's Mayor, Rudy Giuliani". He wouldn't get past the religious right in the primaries, but I say he does an indie run.
     
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    Let's see, have one guy as president for four years, then a second guy who the first guy practically adopts for 8 years, then the first guy's son ss president for another 8 years, and finally a showdown between the first guy's second son as VP and the second guy's wife for President.

    Yeah, that's so not an oligarchy. Vote Jeb for VP or Hillary for President in 2008.
     

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