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Posted: 11-Nov-2006, 10:20 AM
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So, when Hillary moves back into her Washington home, will it be Condi Rice or Colin Powell that will be her VP?


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Posted: 11-Nov-2006, 07:46 PM
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 09-Nov-2006, 05:56 PM)
Howard Dean stuck it to Lieberman because he was a DINO (Democrat In Name Only). He's never passed up a chance to play kissy-face with W.

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Posted: 11-Nov-2006, 10:47 PM
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QUOTE (maisky @ 11-Nov-2006, 10:20 AM)
So, when Hillary moves back into her Washington home, will it be Condi Rice or Colin Powell that will be her VP?

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Now there's a choice . . .

I suppose it's no use to say it, but I wish she wouldn't run this time. I don't think she's ready in general, and I sure don't think she'd be at her best trying to do her agenda internally while also trying to clean up after Dubya overseas. I honestly don't see her as the foreign policy wizard we are sorely going to need.
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Posted: 13-Nov-2006, 05:12 AM
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The other strong choice for VP could be Barak Obama.
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Posted: 13-Nov-2006, 09:57 AM
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QUOTE (maisky @ 13-Nov-2006, 05:12 AM)
The other strong choice for VP could be Barak Obama.

Now that would be one charismatic ticket. Just the way both of them can handle themselves articulately without a script would be a mind-blowing change. I wonder if the country is ready for both the color and gender lines to be leapfrogged at once.
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Posted: 13-Nov-2006, 02:10 PM
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QUOTE (stoirmeil @ 13-Nov-2006, 08:57 AM)
Now that would be one charismatic ticket. Just the way both of them can handle themselves articulately without a script would be a mind-blowing change. I wonder if the country is ready for both the color and gender lines to be leapfrogged at once.

I figure that either one would make the conservative elements in the Republicant party blow their fuses. After that, one more step wont be significant. biggrin.gif
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We are not hiding under our beds. All politics is local. conseravatives won big in our state elections and our local elections. I am afraid the Republicans in Congress were doing what the Democrats were doing pre-1994. We all hate corruption. Our government has gotten to large. George Washington was right when he said the United States should stay out of foreign entanglements. This Congress has been a "do nothing" congress. I like Joe Liberman. Why in the world would he be loyal to the Democrats after they turned their backs on him? Loyalty deserves Loyalty. cool.gif
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QUOTE (coastman @ 14-Nov-2006, 02:10 PM)
I like Joe Liberman. Why in the world would he be loyal to the Democrats after they turned their backs on him? Loyalty deserves Loyalty.


If Joe Liberman hadnít kissed GW and turned republican long before the democrats turned on him, I donít think they would have.

I think that if Colin Powell had resigned, instead of showing up at the UN with drawings. He would have been elect able.


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QUOTE (John Clements @ 14-Nov-2006, 03:39 PM)
If Joe Liberman hadnít kissed GW and turned republican long before the democrats turned on him, I donít think they would have.


I think it was the other way around, GW took the initiative with the affectionate gesture. Maybe the Dems ought to spend $40 million dollars investigating the relationship between them. I'd like to see Dubya state emphatically "I did not have sex with that congressman, Mr. Lieberman" in front of media. Maybe they should investigate the presidents email too. Who knows what suggestive comments were made. I heard on NPR congressman Waxman complain that the congressional oversight committee he'll now chair spent an inordinate amount of time investigating President Clinton's use of his christmas card list for political purposes, so tell me my suggestion is ludicrous, go ahead!



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Posted: 16-Nov-2006, 12:47 PM
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Hi Antwn,

Your right, I donít think we should spend 40 million investigating the relation between Lieberman and Bush. Hopefully that will all come out when the entire Bush administration gets indicted.

Iím sorry, you could call me stupid if you like, but Iím not sure that I understand where you are going with the rest of what you have said. But if you making a comparison about presidential ethicsÖ Let me ask, how much money, and many lives, did Clinton lye about sex cost us?

And you know, I think if the government can read our emails, and tap our phones, we should be aloud to do the same. But thatís moot, because I donít think that Bush even knows how to send an email.

By the way, I happened to think that Clintons, World, and North American Trade agreement, was the worst thing that could have happened to America, but it pails, in comparison to the Iraq war, that we were lied into.

As to whether you are being ludicrous or not, youíve got me.

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Posted: 17-Nov-2006, 06:55 PM
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No worries John, actually it was all tongue and cheek (no reference to the Bush peck intended). My remarks can be rather cryptic at times as is my humor.

I was offering something just as ludicrous as many official activities of congress, two of which I mentioned. I'm just frustrated at the entire congressional bunch at the moment, and my frustration is bipartisan. The latest attack began with the relentless barage of scathing political ads on TV. Glad that's over.


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Posted: 17-Nov-2006, 07:27 PM
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Hi Antwn, thanks for the clarification. Some times Iím am closed minded and miss understand things. What kills me is how many people there are who believe in this country, right or wrong, I canít stand it. Maybe it time to wipe the slate clean and start all over again, before the corporations suck us all dry and totally abandon the dream.
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