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Old 11-09-2006, 04:35 PM   #2051 (permalink)
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if condy ran she would unquestionabky get Bush's support just on the basis of her political party alone, not to mention the fact that they are good personal friends.
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Old 11-09-2006, 04:38 PM   #2052 (permalink)
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if condy ran she would unquestionabky get Bush's support just on the basis of her political party alone, not to mention the fact that they are good personal friends.
being in the same poltiical party doesn't mean anything.
ed rendell and casey once both ran for governor. They were of the same political party and yet casey turned the race into a blood bath.

and it's nice to know retards 9bush) is haging out with other retards (condoleeza). betweent he two of them they stll don't have a fully functional brain
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Old 11-09-2006, 04:42 PM   #2053 (permalink)
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being in the same poltiical party doesn't mean anything.
ed rendell and casey once both ran for governor. They were of the same political party and yet casey turned the race into a blood bath.

and it's nice to know retards 9bush) is haging out with other retards (condoleeza). betweent he two of them they stll don't have a fully functional brain
yes, we would have been so much better off if kerry had won the presidency. and by better off i mean totally f**ked. name one thing that condoleeza rice has messed up?
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yes, we would have been so much better off if kerry had won the presidency. and by better off i mean totally f**ked. name one thing that condoleeza rice has messed up?
I just don't like the idea that she took the job colin powell resigned from because he had the sense to know something was amiss.

I just don't like the fact that she's good friends with bush. She doesn't have to screw up anything.
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I just don't like the idea that she took the job colin powell resigned from because he had the sense to know something was amiss.

I just don't like the fact that she's good friends with bush. She doesn't have to screw up anything.
Well, somebody had to fill the position. We cant have a vacant Secretary of State. And how does Condoleeza Rice being good friends with Bush (her boss) hurt anything? If anything its a good thing.
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2008 will see (IMO) the Republican running John McCain w/Santorum or possibly Gulianni as VP, and Democrats running Joseph Lieberman w/Obama, Casey, or possibly Clinton as VP.
McCain is going to run? Fo Serious? I'd take him over any of those democrats and I'm a hardcore liberal.
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McCain is going to run? Fo Serious? I'd take him over any of those democrats and I'm a hardcore liberal.
this is just my prediction. it may be hilarious b/c Lieberman (democrat) has tons of republican support and McCain (republican) has tons of democratic support.
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Liberman won't get the democrat nomination because not only does he have republican support but democrat dissaproval. He might run independent which would be very interesting.
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republicans basically have no other major players than McCain/Gulianni. Democrats have an open field with Clinton, Lieberman, Obama, Casey, Kerry, Edwards, Gore, and of course the fringe groups swith Sharpton, Jackson, etc. (not to imply that African Americans are a fringe group).
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:23 PM   #2060 (permalink)
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I don't know why we're racking our brains trying to figure out who the next president might be.
we all know it won't be a republican so the list of candidates just narrows.
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