Who will be Hillary Clinton's running mate? A man who knows White House better than o

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    This dude needs to get off the :bong420:Or the L.S.D...... :laugh:



    Peter Stanovich
    Aug. 21, 2006

    According to Time.com, If you ask anyone around Hillary Clinton the question that everyone is asking, the answer comes back in a shot: The freshman Senator from New York is far too busy concentrating on her re-election in November to be giving even a passing thought to 2008. Thank you very much.

    While her opposition is fixed conservative 30% far right, her supporting base is stronger than ever. She is running and running with full vigor for the next Presidential election in 2008. And guess who will be running mate - yes her husband former US President Bill Clinton.

    That is a combination that cannot be defeated. Hillary and Bill Clinton not only brings the country together, brings democratic party base to full vigor with a hope to restore glory back to America.

    Bush supporters call it a disaster. And the Red States are ready to fight to the last vote they have but it will really be interesting!
    http://www.indiadaily.com/editorial/12937.asp
     
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    :laugh: God theses two never go away do they? I hope this guy is on crack:chillpill
     
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    Bill cannot be the vice president. According to the term limits law, once a person has served two full terms as president, that person may never again serve as either the president or any office in line to be president. This means that Bill cannot be the vice president or speaker of the house.
     

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