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TOPIC: Who do you like for president in 2008
Created by: joeodd2
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I personally would vote for Either Mccain, Leiberman, Powell, Guillani, or Rice. Any combination of those 5 would be awesome. That young democratic senator from Illionois, Obama something stricks me as a good VP pick for the dems. I haven't really seen any good moderates aside from Joe Leiberman on their side though. Maybe Joseph Biden, I think he's a democrat right? It would be nice to have a strong independent ticket to consider too.

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Destinez: ".....Romney over McCain. Seems like Romney's a leader and less of a politician."

Romney a leader and not a politician. Romney is a slavish follower of polls, the perfect example of a flip-flopping politician who changes his vote, his values, his principles to adapt to whatever strategy he thinks will give him a victory.

As Governor of Massachusetts, he's for gun control and against abortion. He begins to run for the GOP nomination, and he joins the NRA and has a conversion experience or epiphany and decides he's now against abortion.

He has no strong, deep, beautiful vision of America that he can articulate, and that is leadership: It's the leadership that Obama and JFK gave us, and it's even the leadership that Reagan gave us. At least he had a vision of America that keyed into American tradition and gave us hope and encourage for the future.

Romney is a follower of polls and a marketer and salesman. He may know how to run a business or turn one around, but in terms of a vision of America's role in the world, he's a lightweight compared to McCain.

McCain has the courage of a leader: He will tell people in Detroit the truth. Jobs lost in Detroit are not coming back any time soon. There are significant shifts in the economy that make it unlikely to see a Detroit or car industry in that area look like it did in the 1950s and early 1960s.

Romney talks about a government bail out of the automotive industry, and no one even charges him with a violation of Conservative principles or with advocating something that is Commie or Socialistic: private industry depending on government support or being sustained by corporate welfare.

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dj,

who say u...romney or mccain?

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Good question dzzy....my 1st post in the politics section...no bashing here, but do you realize how hard is not to bash or mention....those you mention? Oh, never mind.

I'm a pro-choice rightie. It's a tough decision. Romney over McCain. Seems like Romney's a leader and less of a politician. Since McCain seems like a flag and goes with the wind on any given day, so to speak, my gut tells me McCain will piss off enough of his constituents, getting any cooperation from them would make life difficult for him and of course, us.

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I'll take either Romney(conservative Democrat) or McCain (moderate Democrat) neither are what I want but better than the socialists on the other side.

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I cannot vote for Macain.....he looks evil......like Igor from Frankenstein

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I would be interested to hear your major differences between the two.

I am not saying they are the same, either, but are often conflated.

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I'm invoking my right to employ a write-in candidate.... It's Larry the Cable Guy, all the way,,,hell, at least He'll Git R Done Not sure if he's up for the cut in pay though

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ironically, or maybe not so, my gut feels that i think either mccain or romney would be ok...

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It must be tough for conservatives this time around. Both major candidates, actually include Huckabee too, are not true conservatives in the Reagan-Bush mold.

As a fairly far left person, I'm used to getting fucked in the ass without a reach around by politicians. Now you guys will know how us leftys feel...;-)

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soooo whom do u righty's...fje, destin, dj, perfect.... like for president. try not to bash hilary or obama. mention bill or talk about ted kennedy.

romney or mccain and why?

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