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Discussion in 'Politics' started by KenH, Jan 19, 2008.
If the main event is Hillary Clinton vs. John McCain, how would you vote?
McCain. I support him in the primaries, also.
Ron Paul is my choice, write in if needed.
I respect Sen. McCain, but his desire to continue the Iraq war means he would not get my vote.
There is no significant difference
I'd vote for McCain. But I'd want to see carefully who he selected as VEEP nominee. McCain is getting up in years relatively speaking, so his VP selection would be very important.
He has enjoyed co-sponsoring bills with Russ Feingold and Ted Kennedy, maybe he will pick one of them to be his VP. :laugh:
Seriously, I think if he wins the nomination, he will select Romney to be his VP.
As full as his coffers are, I predict Dr. Paul will make a 3rd party bid. If he does, he will receive my vote.
Isn't that the truth..
And if it wasn't for thompson stealing conservative votes, Huckabee would have won SC...
I am hoping Thompson drops out...
How is he STEALING votes? People are free to vote for their choice.
You're close... I wish they would both drop out. Then Ron Paul and have more votes, since they are stealing so many from him now.
Personally, if I could bring back Richard Nixon, I would vote for him over any of the present choices.
I agree with PS 104. When backed up to a wall, I would vote for McCain over Clinton. Lets just hope McCain picks a conservative VP, such as Thompson.
I do not trust Huckabee. I do not see him spending any less than the President. And he doesn't have a clear cut position on illegal immigration.
Agree~a choice between a stale biscuit and a piece of burnt toast...two creatures cut from the same cloth...
In this scenario I would vote for Hillary Clinton.
Ooops did it again.
The real question is...if it came down to Hillary vs McCain (and it looks like it might) who are the 70% of the people who want us out of Iraq and put the dems in control of congress going to vote for?
John McCain? :laugh:
There's only one conservative candidate who could beat Hillary and her phoney "anti war" stance.