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They have been talking Edwards up for Attorney General for a couple of days now.

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I don't know, after bills melt down in just 3 days, there was a 30 point turn around for obama and now with "killer" teddy behind him there may be a contest...funny thing is neither can win so let them have at it!

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Dick Morris is a short guy and doesn't work for her anymore.

I will definitely be around on super duper mega ultra Tuesday. It will be interesting on both sides.

Who gets the bulk of Edwards support? That may be the deciding factor on the Dems side.

Does McCain have enough money to stay competitive with Romney? And can he get enough conservative support? Mitt can just write himself a check if he needs funds, John has to get it the old fashioned way.

Rush came out today and said, "Well there is another election in 2012." If Rush is sounding like that, could be tough...

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I'm wondering when and who Edwards will throw his support for. I suspect it will be Hillary. I think he knew he didn't have a chance and will want to posture for VP.

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Super Tuesday will be a hoot. Will you guys be in this forum all night? If so, I'll set my alarm to check in from time to time.

I'm curious how it will turn out for the democrats. Will it be Mr Wet Behind the Ears Obama, or the Superbitch? I'm thinking in these trying times, that hillary may get the nod, because she has bigger balls. She certainly has a bigger Dick, I'm guessing him at 6'2" or there abouts?

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sappy you have no clue what you are talking about...this is 2008 and we have 2 socialists running for American President...now that is relevant!

Destin FL
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Actually Destin, you have to give her credit. They were prohibited from campaigning in Florida as punishment for moving up the election.

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PerfectMatch: I could not access to the web page you wanted me to check out. Is it something written by Scalia? I'd rather read something about the Constitution written by Thurgood Marshall.

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DestinFla:

The Preamble of the Constitution is subject to reinterpretation, and it has been redefined through interpretation. I'm glad you agree with my point.

There is no way of knowing definitively what 55 fouders--those who drafted the Constiution--meant exactly by "general welfare."

We do know that Madison--a key figure in the draft of the Constitution--and others understood that the Constitution was open to definition and reinterpretation (see Madison's Federalist Paper #37) .

Under "promoting the general welfare," We the people of the USA could sanction a right to food, shelter and health for all American citizens....or the Supreme Court could judge such rights as constitutional.

The Constitution is not a document fixed in stone. It's open to redefinition and debate about what the American people want to mean by "general welfare" and other terms in the Constitution.

We also have much documentary proof supporting the interests of Franklin, Jefferson, Thomas Paine and others in proposing legislation and forms of taxation to help care for the poor, the weak, the elderly.

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Funny as shit, just got my first hitlary print ad mailed to my house, very slick...1 day AFTER the Primary vote...good planning, keep doing that and we will see just how organized you are.

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