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    Qikdraw

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      I have felt that way about all the canidates lately. Which is the least evil?

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      • #4
        just can't make up our minds

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        • #5
          Originally posted by nimrod:
          I have felt that way about all the canidates lately. Which is the least evil?
          When choosing between two evils, I like to go with the evil I haven't tried before.

          But I can't decide if Hillary is the 'new evil' we've never tried before because she is a woman.

          Or is she an evil we HAVE tried before because she is a Clinton?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Naturist Mark:
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            Originally posted by nimrod:
            I have felt that way about all the canidates lately. Which is the least evil?
            When choosing between two evils, I like to go with the evil I haven't tried before.

            But I can't decide if Hillary is the 'new evil' we've never tried before because she is a woman.

            Or is she an evil we HAVE tried before because she is a Clinton?


            Interesting question. Maybe an old evil with a new twist.

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            • #7
              The title to this question really says it all now doesn't it. Between the two evils, I just don't know. I say we wait and see who else will be running and see what the two evils are then. LOL I enjoyed this one very much. I am emailing the link to friends now. Have a great day all.

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              • #8
                I've had to hold my nose and vote plenty of times but I must confess voting for Hillery will take more than that. I may just need a few swigs outta the bottle jus' like them ol' redneck boys.

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                • #9
                  For all the "Bush" hating, Clinton lovers in this forum, try thinking outside The cigar box.

                  I know I'm going to get a whole lot of crap on this one. Watch with an open mind and closed mouth. This is not a person I would vote for.


                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq8aopATYyw


                  Here's part 2


                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMfUajhL24I

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                  • #10
                    Cigar box? Jeez try and let go of the past ok? The worst thing you Clinton haters found on the Clintons was that Bill got a BJ. After millions of taxpayer dollars, you found out he got a blow job. Wow.

                    As for the video... I didn't watch all of it, but I got the gist of it I think. Some capmaign contributer donated money so he could get to Bill. Yeah? So? We have Republican campaign contributers who get no bid contracts in Iraq and are either shooting up the civilian populace or ripping off the American taxpayer for billions of dollars, but its more important to go after the Clintons for piddly stuff. Wow.

                    I know I'm impressed.

                    Qikdraw

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                    • #11
                      (I knew this was going to happen)

                      Didn't watch the whole thing, pity. Hillary is on trial for fundraiser contributions she says she knew nothing about, yet it is on tape. She found a "patsy" in Peter Paul.

                      Let's see, if she lies under oath and her husband lied under oath on National TV, and leopards can't change their spots.......

                      The way I see it Bill Clinton used the "Oval Office" as an Oral Office, lied about it, sent us to war in Bosnia to take the heat off of his little affair.

                      Who knows how many of her friends and associates have taken the heat for her White Water ? I still wonder about all those people she knew who have died under mysterious circumstances.

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                      • #12
                        Let's not just talk about just one of the canidates

                        As for myself I will never vote for a Democrate. They always propose big plans that will take more money, and I don't want to pay more tax dollars for their "Great" plans. And I do not buy in to the Dem's are for the poor and the Repub's are for the rich. The Dem's flag around just as many big spenders during election time as the Repub's.

                        Now on the Repub. side I think Rudy and McCane are too well liked by the media. This makes me wonder how much "bad stuff" they already have on those two. I believe I saw Alan Keys was running again, he would be a great first black President. Romney has alot of business sense. And Washington could use someone that knows business. As a Christian Huckabee likes really good, he also runs marathons, that impresses me alittle.

                        As for cars I like Fords.

                        And current affairs, I hope they find the people that started the California Fires burnt somewhere.

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                        • #13
                          As it turns out Republicans vote for more spending (and not just on the military like they want people to believe) and vote for more taxes as well. In both areas it's 50 something percent Republican to 40 something percent Democratic, ultimately only about a 7 or 8 percent difference. The whole thing about "tax and spend" liberals has been a myth for decades though.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by hw View Post
                            (I knew this was going to happen)

                            Didn't watch the whole thing, pity. Hillary is on trial for fundraiser contributions she says she knew nothing about, yet it is on tape. She found a "patsy" in Peter Paul.
                            Hrmmm so this is a big issue yet you don't mention Romney's contributer... Alan Fabian was charged with mail fraud, money laundering, bankruptcy fraud, perjury and obstruction of justice. It doesn't seem like you are being 'fair and balanced'.

                            Let's see, if she lies under oath and her husband lied under oath on National TV, and leopards can't change their spots.......
                            Have you gone after Bush for lying? Or any member of the Republican party for doing the same thing?

                            [The way I see it Bill Clinton used the "Oval Office" as an Oral Office, lied about it, sent us to war in Bosnia to take the heat off of his little affair.
                            One: Get over the blow job.
                            Two: How many American troops lost their lives in Bosnia? How many troops lost their lives in Iraq after this administration has constantly lied about Iraq from day one? Do the math, and figure out where your outrage should go.

                            Who knows how many of her friends and associates have taken the heat for her White Water ? I still wonder about all those people she knew who have died under mysterious circumstances.
                            There is more proof that this administration had something to do with 9/11 than what your are suggesting. So yeah...

                            Try thinking outside the fanyasy box the Republicans live in ok?

                            Am I making appologies for Hillary if she did do something illegal in campaign contributions? No. I think the whole system stinks and I think lobbyists should be illegal, and I think corporations should not have the ear of the government. Do I want Hillary to become president? No. Because she is to beholden to corporations. Personally I'd rather have Edwards.

                            As for the republicans running I don't like any one of them because with the exception of Ron Paul, they are parroting the current administration. Paul should be considered a front runner considering he is coming at the top of most polls, but the media doesn't like him, so he is just ridiculed in the media. But I would not want him either, while he may get us out of Iraq, he will deregulate a lot of industry that has to have regulation. California found out what happened when the energy companies were deregulated. It cost CA taxpayers 9 billion.

                            Qikdraw

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Qikdraw View Post
                              Hrmmm so this is a big issue yet you don't mention Romney's contributer... Alan Fabian was charged with mail fraud, money laundering, bankruptcy fraud, perjury and obstruction of justice. It doesn't seem like you are being 'fair and balanced'.



                              Have you gone after Bush for lying? Or any member of the Republican party for doing the same thing?



                              One: Get over the blow job.
                              Two: How many American troops lost their lives in Bosnia? How many troops lost their lives in Iraq after this administration has constantly lied about Iraq from day one? Do the math, and figure out where your outrage should go.



                              There is more proof that this administration had something to do with 9/11 than what your are suggesting. So yeah...

                              Try thinking outside the fanyasy box the Republicans live in ok?

                              Am I making appologies for Hillary if she did do something illegal in campaign contributions? No. I think the whole system stinks and I think lobbyists should be illegal, and I think corporations should not have the ear of the government. Do I want Hillary to become president? No. Because she is to beholden to corporations. Personally I'd rather have Edwards.

                              As for the republicans running I don't like any one of them because with the exception of Ron Paul, they are parroting the current administration. Paul should be considered a front runner considering he is coming at the top of most polls, but the media doesn't like him, so he is just ridiculed in the media. But I would not want him either, while he may get us out of Iraq, he will deregulate a lot of industry that has to have regulation. California found out what happened when the energy companies were deregulated. It cost CA taxpayers 9 billion.

                              Qikdraw
                              Well said Qikdraw.

                              If the electorate has any semblance of a wit about them come November 2008, it will be John Edwards winning the presidency.

                              Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich would be a good president; too, bad we scientists haven't figured out how to combine the two and leave out the chaff that each has separately and keep the kernel when we make the new whole.

                              So, that leaves Edwards.

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