Two scary words for the 2008 election:

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Thomas Veil, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. Thomas Veil macrumors 68020

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    LOL :p

    Not a bad idea....hmmmm..... :D
     
  4. jadam macrumors 6502a

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    Btw, the most likely GOP candidate for 2008 would be John McCain.
     
  5. Thomas Veil thread starter macrumors 68020

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    I doubt that a lot. McCain is considered a pariah in his own party.
     
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    Oh please God, not Jeb.

    Look at what he's done for Florida...
     
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    He was not born in the US.
     
  8. Thomas Veil thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Flashback to 2000:

    "Oh please, God, not Dubya.

    Look at what he's done for Texas..."
     
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    I know, but he has 4 years to try and change the US laws stopping him from running doesn't he ;)
     
  10. Thomas Veil thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Yeah, but he wants to see our constitution amended to allow him to run....

    Just what we need. Another actor in the White House.
     
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    The thing that Arnie's too dumb to realize is that changing the constitution to allow foreigners to run allows for a damn al quaeda terrorist to run for president
     
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    Not a chance. The Religious Right (anti-gay, anti-abortion) wing of the Republican party won this election and the election in 2000. They will never support a Republican candidate who is not openly and unabashedly socially conservative.

    John Cain, Rudy G, Ahnold, etc. have exactly no chance of getting the nomination. Look instead to Jeb Bush, Bill Frist, Tom DeLay or the Governor of Colorado.
     
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    Mark my words. Look for Rudolph Giuliani in 2008.

    PS- Tom DeLay as president. At that point it wouldn't even be a question anymore. I would, not if but would get as far away from the US as humanly possible. That man is evil incarnate. He makes Bush look like a boy scout.
     
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    In 08 I will vote Democrat regardless, however, if Guliani or McCain gets elected president, I can at least live with that and wouldn't be upset. If another radical religous republican wins in 08, then if there's a place worse than hell, then the country's going there.
     
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    John Edwards, Hilary Clinton, Howard Dean or even Danny Glover would be all good in my book.
     
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    Guess who I'm voting for in 2008? No Republicans or Democrats for me!

    POWER TO THE PEOPLE!!!!!!
     
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    If I vote (which is a big if---voting being a giant waste o' time and all), I will proudly vote for whomever most I believe represents the ideals of the people.

    Had I voted in this election I think I would have written in in favor of Alyssa Milano. She represents my ideals and would have been an excellent choice.
     
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    The next Democratic candidate will be a Southern moderate. They don't have any choice. They've got to move closer to the so-called "center".
     
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    Zell Miller in '08? :cool:
     
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    You're kidding, right?

    Um, you know that someone can be an Al-Qaeda terrorist regardless of where they're from?
     
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    Jeb has said that he will not run for the office.
     
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    Rudolph Giuliani vs Hilary Clinton '08

    The Democratic party has been destroyed by this election. I do not think that using a southern candidate will help....the Republican Party has the southern states almost locked down right now. But a female candidate with the respect of Hilary Clinton may be able to bring the Democratic party an overwhelming majority of women voters in all states, including the south. And I believe that women are a majority of all voters.?. The Democratic Party needs to shake things up and give their nomination to a woman. This country should have already had a choice for either a woman or a minority as a candidate in one of their parties. 2008 is the time to give America that choice.
     
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    true, but I think its fair to say that more than 90% of anti-America terrorists are not American themselves
     

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