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February 01, 2008

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SteveOk

Hillary keeps talking about her "35" years of experience which I don't understand. I guess she is including the time she was First Lady of Arkansas (or aka: Co-Governor of Arkansas) and First Lady of America (aka: Co-President). It's really absurd but the leftie media laps it up without skipping a beat. If Hillary says it's so the leftie media accepts it as gospel.

What is giving the nomination to McCain is Huckabee. Huckabee is taking just enough conservative votes from Romney to give these victories like Florida to McCain. Huckabee said today that it is a two man race in the Republican Party, Huckabee and McCain. McCain could never win the nomination without Huckabee and the support of the main steam media.

Ree

Steveok

Apparently it is part of her resume, check out the top right corner of Hillarious's myspace page.

http://profile.myspace.com/I_will_take_your_guns

M/M

J. Pierpont Finch,

I assure you that if Juan McCain gets the nomination, I have EVERY intention of re-registering as an Independent because there is no way I want anything to do with the Republican party every again.

I was watching Hillary on George Stehanopolous' show and I'm actually starting to like her.
George asked her what she thought of Ann Coulter's endorsement (I'm not certain if she chuckled or gagged) but said she would take the vote, that it was becoming an interesting election and that the parties would unify in the end.

I'm not unifying. This is it for me. And if it is a choice between Juan McCain and Hillary, I'm seriously looking at Hillary because, at this point, I have more respect for her than I do for him. And the Clintons did leave office with a budget surplus, not a deficit.

SteveOk

I'm not voting for McCain/Kennedy but I'm not voting for Hillary either. If that is the choice I stay home on election day and let America decide (as Fox News says). Whatever America decides I will live with and respect the decision, but I'm not voting for McCain/Kennedy, Hillary, or Obama.

Obama showed his true strips when he voted against probably the most qualified Chief Justice in the history of this country--John Roberts. There was absolutely no reason to vote against Roberts yet Obama joined the most radical leftwing members of his Party to vote against Roberts.

M/M, as for supporting Hillary, that's fine if you like socialists. Did you hear her talking about her health care plan? Yes you will be forced to join her health care plan and buy into the system. Everyone must join the system. It's a complete nationalization of the health care industry. If you want to know what that looks like go stand in line at the Post Office to mail a package. She wants a government takeover of everything, and believes that the government can do a better job than the private sector. She believes in wage and price controls big time. She wants to freeze interest rates for 5 years, which would be a complete disaster of Biblical proportions.

M/M

Stevok,

Everytime I hear the prediction that McCain/Kennedy will win the Republican nomination, I think of 2 white guys who have spent THEIR ENTIRE careers giving away everybody else's job but theirs. I would rather vote for Hillary, as bad as she is, than give McCain/Kennedy the satisfaction of giving away more of our jobs, while he earns a promotion and a place in history.

I don't know if I can not vote.

FK

Please . . . you should all stay home. Obviously you will not get the type of conservative nutjob that you had for the last 7 years.

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