British Conservatives would vote for Giuliani

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  1. Ps104_33

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    Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is the overwhelming favourite of grassroots British Conservatives to be the next American President. More than three times as many UK Conservative Party members opted for him than chose Senator John McCain.
    These are the full results:
    • Joe Biden: 0.3%
    • Sam Brownback: 0.7%
    • Hillary Clinton: 10.1%
    • John Edwards: 2.2%
    • Newt Gingrich: 4.6%
    • Rudy Giuliani: 43.9%
    • Al Gore: 5.9%
    • John McCain: 14.4%
    • Barack Obama: 10.1%
    • Bill Richardson: 0.6%
    • Mitt Romney: 2.3%
    • Fred Thompson: 4.9%
    In spite of what all the Democrats are saying, Islam's desire to kill every American makes this issue of the utmost importance. Therefore my choice so far is also Rudy Giulliani. We need a man in the white house, not a female or an emasculated male like John Edwards. As a matter of fact if John Edwards is elected I will use every resource I have to pack up and move to Australia.




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    Is the purpose of this thread to point out that British conservatives are not very conservative after all?
     
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    I'm glad their opinion does really matter in our election! Giuliani is anything but a conservative, and anyone who supports him is not a conservative either!
     
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    I'm a British Conservative and I wouldn't vote for him. Don't paint us all with the same brush on the basis of one poll.

    To be fair, Giuliani is perhaps the best known of the GOP candidates in the UK because of 9/11 and how he handled that crisis in the city of New York. Most of us here think McCain is too old, and have not heard of most of the others.

    The only other candidate who has got some good press here is Fred Thompson because of his tv work.

    And as for the Muhammad thing - not true. The official list of boys names has it well down the list. Again, don't trust one poll.
     
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    Seems like pretty good research, to me. Got anything to challenge it ?


    (heh heh, another thread, perhaps ?)
     
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    Does it realy matter what our British friends think about this? Nothing against our British friends, but do they get to vote for our president too?
     
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    It matters because they are our closest ally. The extremely negative image of President Bush has affected matters of diplomacy greatly, with many nations, especially France.

    Going into a negotiation with a president Europe is fond of, like Clinton, or at least respect, like Reagan, can help greatly.

    That said, I pray to the Lord that we are not forced to choose between Ms. Clinton and Mr. Giuliani next election. Lord God, please give us a Godly president who fears you and follows your will and will lead this nation with humility and wisdom.
     
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    Amen!!!!!!


    (I had to add the extra !'s to make the program accept the answer.)
     
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    Don't worry. Favourites rarely win the nomination. Clinton wasn't favourite in 1992, and as far as I can remember, Bush jnr wasn't in 2000. I have a sneaking suspicion that one of the so-called lesser candidates from both sides will leap through the middle and win the nomination.

    And on the names thing - it doesn't particularly bother me what people call their kids. Just because they are called Mohammed doesn't mean they will become Muslims any more than calling a child Jacob will mean they become a Christian.
     
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    I didnt know you were from England.
     

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