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Who would u vote for?
Poll ended at Sat Jul 29, 2006 11:20 pm
Hilary Clinton 28%  28%  [ 5 ]
Condoleeza Rice 72%  72%  [ 13 ]
Total votes : 18
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me hilary.


Edit by SR: Sorry, "u" in place of "you" just annoys me to no end, and I can't take the political opinions of someone who uses "u" instead of "you".


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... Why just two?


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Between the two of them? I'd vote Rice. I don't trust Hilary.

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I'm-a go with Dids on this one.
I don't trust Hillary.

I fear anyone who feels that the problems of today's youth can be attributed to violence and bad words in video games.

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StrongRad wrote:
I'm the exact opposite of Dids on this one.

I don't trust Hillary.

I fear anyone who feels that the problems of today's youth can be attributed to violence and bad words in video games.


Err...

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Between the two of them? I'd vote Rice. I don't trust Hilary.


Did they change the meaning of opposite?

Anyways, I'd go with Rice. Hilary's a Socialist. And even worse, a Democrat.


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Anyways, I'd go with Rice. Hilary's a Socialist. And even worse, a Democrat.


I'd go with Hillary. Rice is worse than being a Democrat--she's a Republican.

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StrongRad wrote:
I'm the exact opposite of Dids on this one.

I don't trust Hillary.
How is that the opposite of Didy? You said the same thing he did.

I'd vote Hillary. I think Condi is a Bush brown-noser.

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Er, ummm... my bad. I misread it.
I'm editing my original post. Keep your's the same, though, just to preserve the hillarity of that.

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Rice.

I don't really like Hillary.


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I'da vote RIce. I'm not terribly fond of Hilary. She just sets me off.

Although, what sets me off more is the people who say the the '08 election is going to come down to those two, regardless of what the two "candidates" say about actually running or not. That's just too much for me. Toastpaint on myself.

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Honestly, I don't think the Republicans are going to pick Rice UNLESS the Democrats pick Hilary.

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Edit by SR: Sorry, "u" in place of "you" just annoys me to no end, and I can't take the political opinions of someone who uses "u" instead of "you".

Remember TELL WHAT U THINK!?, you had no opinion then.

i say Condeleeza

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Rice? I like noodles.

I'd vote for Barack Obama. One term an he's already one of the most positively talked about politicians in the US.

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I'd vote for Alan Keyes.

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Well, as long as we're talking about people other than Hillary and Rice, I'd vote for someone who was at least socially liberal enough to support gay marriage...and then I'd evaluate the other attributes of their platform.

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I'd go independant.
One's a nut-bag who wants to blow up Iran.
The other hates violent video games.

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Santa Zeno wrote:
StrongRad wrote:
I'm the exact opposite of Dids on this one.

I don't trust Hillary.

I fear anyone who feels that the problems of today's youth can be attributed to violence and bad words in video games.


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Between the two of them? I'd vote Rice. I don't trust Hilary.


Did they change the meaning of opposite?

Anyways, I'd go with Rice. Hilary's a Socialist. And even worse, a Democrat.


A socialist AND a Democrat? Dear, god no! Anything but that!

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fossilise_apostle wrote:
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StrongRad wrote:
I'm the exact opposite of Dids on this one.

I don't trust Hillary.

I fear anyone who feels that the problems of today's youth can be attributed to violence and bad words in video games.


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Between the two of them? I'd vote Rice. I don't trust Hilary.


Did they change the meaning of opposite?

Anyways, I'd go with Rice. Hilary's a Socialist. And even worse, a Democrat.


A socialist AND a Democrat? Dear, god no! Anything but that!

A spammer AND a flamer? Dear, God no! Anything but that!
I would go Condi, she really seems like the most competent candidate out there (Except for John Mccain), not just against Clinton

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I wouldn't vote for either of them.

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Not a big fan of Hillary, so I'll have to go for Condi.

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I don't like Hilary very much. In fact, I'm a little scared of the following she has aquirred that is wanting her to run. So, I'll definately go for Rice.


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Neither, but Rice if I had to choose.


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I don't really like either of them but I definitely wouldn't vote Republican. So if I weren't, you know, 13 and all, I'd vote Hilary.

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Santa Zeno wrote:
Anyways, I'd go with Rice. Hilary's a Socialist. And even worse, a Democrat.

Take it easy.

I can't really chose. I really (really) don't want to vote Republican, but Hilary's not the best candidate either.

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i thought it said hillary duff for a second XD
Hillary FTW!

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Thank you Clan rHrN. And is she going to use the Chaos Emeralds to pull it off? Or maybe Jinzo.

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I'm seriously looking at Joe Lieberman.
2 reasons
1: Michael Moore hates him
2: He sounds like someone I can agree with. Anyone hear him on Glen Beck the other day?

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1: Michael Moore hates him


So you're prescribing to the "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" philosophy? I know you have your second reason, too, but if this first reason is at all equal in bearing as your second reason...I dunno, it just sounds like a childish and spiteful way to choose someone for president. "I don't like Person A at all--he's a big stupid foofie-head, so whoever he doesn't like, I'll vote for, because that'll show that foofie-head!"

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1: Michael Moore hates him


So you're prescribing to the "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" philosophy? I know you have your second reason, too, but if this first reason is at all equal in bearing as your second reason...I dunno, it just sounds like a childish and spiteful way to choose someone for president. "I don't like Person A at all--he's a big stupid foofie-head, so whoever he doesn't like, I'll vote for, because that'll show that foofie-head!"


Well, it's not so much that Michael Moore hates him as it is the reason he hates him.
Lieberman is a big supporter of bipartisan actions. He puts aside the whole notion that politics is a game that can be "won" or "lost".
I like that.

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