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Old 01-09-2008, 11:39 AM   #21
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are there, what, 3 of us democrats on this forum?
I'm a fiscal conservative, social lib. What does this make me?
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A man in like company
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lower taxes, less government, less waste, less handouts....guess im a republican.
I don't think there has been a republican in a long time who has followed ANY of that. I like Kucinich but he doesn't have a chance. I don't like Hillary at all and I'm not sure about Obama. I think if either of them gets the nomination I'll be looking towards a third party candidate. I'm personally embarressed to be a registered democrat nowadays. Both red and blue can go **** themselves as far as I'm concerned. There's a marginal difference between them.
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I don't think there has been a republican in a long time who has followed ANY of that. I like Kucinich but he doesn't have a chance. I don't like Hillary at all and I'm not sure about Obama. I think if either of them gets the nomination I'll be looking towards a third party candidate. I'm personally embarressed to be a registered democrat nowadays. Both red and blue can go **** themselves as far as I'm concerned. There's a marginal difference between them.
I agree with everything you say.

With on addition. WHERE THE **** ARE STATES RIGHTS?
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I really should start following politics, I think I am old enough.

My father doesnt like Obama, says he is too cocky and arrogant.
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I'm a fiscal conservative, social lib. What does this make me?
libertarian?
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Old 01-09-2008, 12:12 PM   #27
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realistically i'd vote for any candidate from either party who:

a) doesn't make policy based on religion
b) doesn't throw my tax dollars away (corn subsidies can blow my dick)
c) doesn't have a pride-driven foreign policy
d) doesn't outright LIE to me
e) doesn't take away my personal liberties whether i use them or not
f) isn't a hypocrite (pro-death penalty + anti-abortion = wtf)
g) regulates business when it matters because I dont trust people in it for the money to do the right thing. have you heard of enron?
h) doesn't sound like a ******* tool when publicly speaking and makes me proud to call him/her president
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libertarian?
What do you have agianst libertarians there bub?















Yeah dude so long as things get better i really don't care who does them.
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Old 01-09-2008, 12:42 PM   #29
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huckabee reminds me of nixon a little bit, appearance and speech wise

anyone else see hillary's sobfest the other night when someone asked her who did here hair? Even though "she deserves to win" (her words) she seems a little emotionally unstable
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huckabee reminds me of nixon a little bit, appearance and speech wise

anyone else see hillary's sobfest the other night when someone asked her who did here hair? Even though "she deserves to win" (her words) she seems a little emotionally unstable
Shes a woman... emotionally unstable towards crying.. Im ok with that

Men . ... emotionally unstable towards war.. Im not ok with that
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Shes a woman... emotionally unstable towards crying.. Im ok with that

Men . ... emotionally unstable towards war.. Im not ok with that
maybe hillary will avoid the "how big is your dick" middle east issues
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considering I'm also pro-choice, pro-gun, and pro-death penalty...maybe.
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lower taxes, less government, less waste, less handouts....guess im a republican.


I've had enough of the evangelicals influencing government policy so I wouldn't touch a ballot with Huckabee or Romney on it with a ten foot pole. I'd love to see McCain get the nomination, but the fact that he won't is the reason why I'm not a Republican and haven't been one for 20 years.

As a Dem, I'd love to see Kucinich, but, yeah.

Hilary's message of let's go back to the good ol' days scares me. Not because I wouldn't love to go back, but we can't. We have to move forward and clean up this huge mess Bush left us. I'll wait to see how her campaign adapts before the California primary. I don't think Obama has enough experience, but so what. It's all about who the president has as advisors. I'd vote for either Hilary or Obama in the general election over the best the Rebublicans have to offer.
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I don't think Obama has enough experience
i think everyone can agree this is a cop out.

look at how much experience the bush family had. he still hasn't got a clue.
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i think everyone can agree this is a cop out.

look at how much experience the bush family had. he still hasn't got a clue.
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I don't think Obama has enough experience
i think everyone can agree this is a cop out.

look at how much experience the bush family had. he still hasn't got a clue.

Which is why I said so what and why I'd vote for Obama if he wins the primaries. It's not so much that Bush's family had experience, Bush had experience for 4 years before we elected him again.
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I'm a McCain man. His experience and integrity places him a lot higher in my books than all the other candidates.

Huckabee doesn't scare me, but Romney does.

Sure seems to be a lot of people on here who dislike Bush. LoL

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Which is why I said so what and why I'd vote for Obama if he wins the primaries. It's not so much that Bush's family had experience, Bush had experience for 4 years before we elected him again.
I assume you're using the term "elected" very loosely there. My fear is that a Democrat will win and act kind of like the democratic congress is acting....dissapointing, and then people will say, "see the Democrats didn't make things better" and then we get another Bushesque nutjob in the whitehouse.
And on a side note, I think all talk of free health care is total BS and all the candidates know it. They're just blowing smoke up our asses, because they have to say it in this election. It'll never happen in this country.
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I assume you're using the term "elected" very loosely there.
Yeah the last two Presidential elections were rigged. It's all one big conspiracy, it's all because he's part of the Skull and Bones man.

If you want to see rigged elections, go South of the Border or to Russia.

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