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Hillary or Barack?
Hillary Clinton 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
Barack Obama 63%  63%  [ 42 ]
Neither 33%  33%  [ 22 ]
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^That. The Republicans don't have a chance, and Hillary? Forget about 'er.

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^That. The Republicans don't have a chance, and Hillary? Forget about 'er.
It's not nearly that close to being over. Hillary (and the Republicans, especially if Hillary wins) are still in it.

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 Post subject: Re: Obama or Clinton?
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I wouldn't count on Hillary winning. Sure Obama got a little snappy with the media, but I doubt a majority of very many states are going to see Hillary as the better candidate.

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I'm not counting on it, but I still think she might. A majority of states probably won't see her as the better candidate, but there are still the super delegates :D

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Uh-oh.

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ed 'lim' smilde wrote:
Why would he pick a left-wing guy as his running mate, though?


To get the left-wing vote?

There are a unch of other guys that have been subject of it too though. Romney is one. Some Perry guy too.

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ed 'lim' smilde wrote:
Why would he pick a left-wing guy as his running mate, though?


To get the left-wing vote?
What good would the left-wing vote do for him if it means having to have a left-wing vice president if he wins? He doesn't need the left wing vote; they're going to go for Clinton or Obama anyways. He probably would be well off with a guy like Perry (assuming thats Texas Gov. Rick Perry), another Republican moderate, to help win the independent vote, because the right wing is going to vote for them over the Democrats anyways.

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That would make more sense, but I don't understand the mind of a wild John McCain...

So Obama won last night.

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Obama got seven delegates. Hilary got five.

Yay...

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Hoo-Ray! :mrgreen:

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Lying about getting shot at in Bosnia won't help your campaign.


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IantheGecko wrote:


This made me lol so much when I first saw it.

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Good thing she didn't lie.
She misspoke.
Don't you pay attention to the news?
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 Post subject: Re: Obama or Clinton?
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Let's see...

Clinton is, to borrow Hitchens' description of Elie Wiesel, a "contemptible windbag and poseur."

Obama is quite simply a failed attempt at what America desires.

Have we no acceptable Democratic candidates, or have they decided to follow the same regressive route as other liberal candidates have in the past?

I feel dismay for my own party. At current, the only realistic candidate I would support would be Obama, but this is only because he is slightly better than Clinton.


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Magna Carta wrote:
Let's see...

Clinton is, to borrow Hitchens' description of Elie Wiesel, a "contemptible windbag and poseur."

Obama is quite simply a failed attempt at what America desires.

Have we no acceptable Democratic candidates, or have they decided to follow the same regressive route as other liberal candidates have in the past?

I feel dismay for my own party. At current, the only realistic candidate I would support would be Obama, but this is only because he is slightly better than Clinton.
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Neither. And seriously, if it's going to be McCain and Hilary, I'm totally writing in Colbert.

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HipHoppityFrogOfValue wrote:
Magna Carta wrote:
Let's see...

Clinton is, to borrow Hitchens' description of Elie Wiesel, a "contemptible windbag and poseur."

Obama is quite simply a failed attempt at what America desires.

Have we no acceptable Democratic candidates, or have they decided to follow the same regressive route as other liberal candidates have in the past?

I feel dismay for my own party. At current, the only realistic candidate I would support would be Obama, but this is only because he is slightly better than Clinton.
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Not even close.


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 Post subject: Re: Obama or Clinton?
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I thought you were one of thems, though.

Or at least that's what your one Faecbook quiz thing said.

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HipHoppityFrogOfValue wrote:
I thought you were one of thems, though.

I am a libertarian indeed, but unfortunately there is no good libertarian candidate. I hardly think that Paul is a good candidate, given the fact that I'm not a republican nor a social conservative (the social party he holds).


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Hey, Mike Gravel's trying to pursue the Libertarian nomination now.

He's an a'ight dood.

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We briefly talked about this today in school. Here's some highlights!

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i don't want obama or hillary to win because it would ruin the tradition of white men


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'BAMA'S GONNA GIT SHOT

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The Noid wrote:
We briefly talked about this today in school. Here's some highlights!

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i don't want obama or hillary to win because it would ruin the tradition of white men


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'BAMA'S GONNA GIT SHOT

That sounds almost as stupid as some of the people who're supporting him ("VOTE FOR HIM BECAUSE HE'S BLACK, SO IT'S COOL THAT WE COULD HAVE A BLACK PRESIDENT!")

He's not alone with the dumb supporters, though.
It seems EVERY candidate has those, and they're getting louder and louder.

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i don't want obama or hillary to win because it would ruin the tradition of white men


'BAMA'S GONNA GIT SHOT


No way.

No way.

There's no way speech like that is tolerated today. Where do you live, Arkansas?

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What is Obama doing? He seems to be constantly found in controversy.

McCain should be thanking him for the bump draft.

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Well the first person wasn't really that serious and the second person is an idiot that wears a Cowboys jersey to school every day (either tat or a Nascar t-shirt)

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Who are you talking about.

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AbuGrape45 wrote:
And it's funny that you should say I wear a Cowboys jersey to school everyday. Being a Texans fan, I hate the Cowboys.

You go to The Noid's school? Wow. This is going to be awkward when The Noid gets back and finds out...

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wut

I thought he was talking about me, because when I used the term "bump draft," he said "NASCAR."

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lahimatoa wrote:
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i don't want obama or hillary to win because it would ruin the tradition of white men


'BAMA'S GONNA GIT SHOT


No way.

No way.

There's no way speech like that is tolerated today. Where do you live, Arkansas?


Actually, racial prejudice is still around - it's just that it's not incorporated into law anymore. Give it about ten, twenty more years, when generations who are still racist have passed.

My great-grandfather was racist, I believe. He passed away very recently.

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By that time, there still would be racism. I'm not sure in what form, but it'll still be there.

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