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TOPIC: Its Super Tuesday!!!!
Created by: Lucky2haveU
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Did you vote? Who was your choice. And why. If not then why? John McCain Because he can win. National security, Jobs.
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so wait, u are telling me that far right republicans would be disengenious about their true beliefs because of some underlying plan to seek control.... hmm why do i think that has happened before

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The hate from the far right of his party could actually help Mccain in a general election. Independents and conservative dems see Mccain as a square dealer who can be trusted. The fact that Rush, Coulter, Ingram, and others can't stand Mccain's Bi-partisan ways gives him serious cred. I'm not so sure that this isn't the Republican's plan all along, I mean it's hard to believe that they would prefer to fall on their swords rather than elect John Mccain. I means he's a fucking War Hero for Christsakes! I just don't believe that when push comes to shove those guys are going to vote Democrat or stand by and let a dem win the White House. They are dreaming if they think Mitt Romney stands a chance. Anyone the far right endorses is doomed in a general election, they just won't admit that. Better elect someone you can live with or get used to saying Madam President or President Barack Hussain Obama. The republican party only has themselves to blame for getting backed in this corner.

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Looks a if the delegates on the Democratic side will be pretty close. MSNBC projects there will be a difference of about 10.

Huckabee did much better than expected. Couple of southern states. A McCain/Huckabee ticket looks more and more likely. Romney had a very disappointing showing.

Interesting race now would be McCain/Huckabee v Clinton/Obama. That would somewhat bring the Republican coalition together against the woman vote for Hillary and the enthusiasm of Obama.

I still think the Republicans have a very steep path, but that is probably their best bet.

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My mom voted for Edwards absentee a couple of weeks ago, before he dropped out.

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Que bueno tort!

You will find other names because the ballots were printed before they dropped out of the race. As a result, people who may not want any of the current candidates will vote for their favorite - whether they're in or out.

I am not sure, but I believe their votes go to the uncommitted category. This is where the two standing candidates will battle for the remaining votes - as represented by delegates. (I don't think I explained this right.)

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Only 16% of the young voters (under 30) voted today in California. Sad.

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I'm in California - I voted for McCain and my wife (an independent) voted for Obama. California has open primaries.

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I quite frankly can't remember on the transportation one.

Jack, you vote your economic self interest and you call me a hypocrite for voting my economic self interest?

If that is not the definition of hypocrite, I don't know what is...

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First, I could never vote for a socialist gun grabber like the democrats. I was very torn by the McCain/Romney decision. McCain I respect for his service record, but cannot stand his willingness to give our country over to the illegals. Romney is a good executive and could make a great president. But, the Democrats do not have a corner on the market for idiots, and many republicans say they cannot vote for a Mormon, but cannot say what it is that they do not understand.(BTW, I am of the same faith as McCain) I had to vote with my heart and vote for Romney. I do not dislike McCain enough to not vote for him in the general election. I do not want the war on terror to be given up on,give up my guns, see a >50% tax bracket, or see USA troops in Darfur. So as his mother said, I will hold my nose and vote McCain

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Barack Obama.

Yes on community college funding, since that is where I get my paycheck.

Yes on the revision in term limits

No on the casino initiatives. We can get a better deal from the tribes...

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