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who do you want to win?
Barack Obama
72%
 72%  [ 21 ]
Hillary Clinton
10%
 10%  [ 3 ]
Dennis Kucinich
6%
 6%  [ 2 ]
John Edwards
10%
 10%  [ 3 ]
Bill Richardson
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Total Votes : 29

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Lantz
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seriously, no flaming you conservatives!
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I'm more of a swing voter, I guess. Though I tend to be far more liberal these days ... just not in some very distinct ways. But, for the moment, I want to see Obama in the White House.
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What? No Al Gore? Crying or Very sad Wink That's not flaming, is it?
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Saellys
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Obama ftw. If it's a choice between keeping a man in the Oval Office or having Hilary there, let's just get the best man we can find. Wink
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I don't think Obama can win the election. But he might get lucky, run as Hilary's vice president and become president after she gets shot.
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Pantheon4 wrote:
I don't think Obama can win the election. But he might get lucky, run as Hilary's vice president and become president after she gets shot.


Laughing

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Hillary.

Really.

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I don't like Hilary. Anyone else would be fine. Just not her.
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I say Rudy Giuliani all the way! You said no flaming by conservatives but nothing about flaming by canadians who have no say in who wins. Smile

I don't really want him to win.

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kulvir wrote:
I say Rudy Giuliani all the way! You said no flaming by conservatives but nothing about flaming by canadians who have no say in who wins. Smile

I don't really want him to win.


Guiliani will never get the Republican nomination being pro-abortion (even with his commitments to decrease abortions and appoint strict constructionist judges). And yes, I saw that you don't really want him to win.
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jack_stripes
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who was that guy that made all those witty remarks at the youtube debates? i want him to win.

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dont_panic
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shouldn't this be titled "democrats only"? i know that a majority of democrats are liberal, but it really bothers me that the words are used interchangably (same with republican and conservative). i just feel like it makes it seem that if you're a liberal, you automatically agree with everything that the democrats say.

anyway, i have to start watching the debates, because i have no idea who i like.

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dont_panic wrote:
shouldn't this be titled "democrats only"? i know that a majority of democrats are liberal, but it really bothers me that the words are used interchangably (same with republican and conservative). i just feel like it makes it seem that if you're a liberal, you automatically agree with everything that the democrats say.


Good point.

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dont_panic wrote:
shouldn't this be titled "democrats only"? i know that a majority of democrats are liberal, but it really bothers me that the words are used interchangably (same with republican and conservative). i just feel like it makes it seem that if you're a liberal, you automatically agree with everything that the democrats say.

exactly. candidates from both parties will often become more moderate in order to win when election time comes.
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vivalaspopie wrote:
dont_panic wrote:
shouldn't this be titled "democrats only"? i know that a majority of democrats are liberal, but it really bothers me that the words are used interchangably (same with republican and conservative). i just feel like it makes it seem that if you're a liberal, you automatically agree with everything that the democrats say.

exactly. candidates from both parties will often become more moderate in order to win when election time comes.


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