Will Kerry Run in 2008?

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  1. Annie
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    Hillary cannot win, but Kerry cannot run:

    http://www.tnr.com/blog/theplank?pid=13168

     
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    It's time for Kerry to move on IMO... :bye1:
     
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    I'll assume you are of the DNC persuasion, if not Kerry are you for Hillary? If not, whom?
     
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    I'm a centrist. Have never voted Dem in my life at any level. I like McCain, Powell, Obama..Hillary is too polarizing IMO, so will either just win or get soundly beaten. I think she is a bad choice period. Just like George is...
     
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    What about Obama's political positions do you like?






    *note edited due to poor grammar
     
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    Being from Illinois, this question has my attention. Last I saw, he was questioning why 'amendents' were going to eviserate the immigration act, since the focus was on 'borders' rather than amnesty:

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/...immigration,1,2690742.story?coll=chi-news-hed


     
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    Will he run?

    I don't know, but I hope not. He is a politcian's politician. Whatever convictions he had as a young man returning from VietNam were stripped away in D.C..

    Hillary isn't so bad... but she suffers from the same problem. Like the bit about outlawing flag burning. She is fishing in the wrong pond and I have a hard time believing she personaly supports something like that.

    There is also talk of Gore running again. Hes changed a lot since 2000, for the better (finding his backbone for starters) , but I don't know if he could pull it off... assuming that he does make run for it in the first place.

    So who would I vote for?

    Well as of today, provided he wins the nomination, Joe Biden.
     
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    He was a cad back in the 70's moreso now. Never mind, move along.
     
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    Who was?

    Kerry? Gore? Biden?
     
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    Biden, though you are correct in that it certainly could pertain to the other two.
     

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