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  1. KenH

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    tired of this lengthy 2004 presidential campaign, take heart as it is over in just 10 more days.

    Then, on November 3, the 2008 presidential campai [​IMG]
     
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    It will only be 4 more years before President Clinton takes her throne.

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  3. KenH

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    Hillary Clinton will never, ever be elected president of these United States of America, Joseph.

    I hope that Jesse Ventura runs in 2008 so we can have some excitement next time around since the major party nominees won't be able to easily ignore an independent candidacy by "The Body". [​IMG]

    Maybe he could get John "Bradshaw" Layfield to be his running mate. [​IMG]
     
  4. Joseph_Botwinick

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    Ken,

    I said the same thing about Bill about 12 years ago. I think She has a good shot at it.

    You better start praying I am wrong.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
  5. KenH

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    I don't pray for or against candidates. I pray for God's will to be done.

    I do pray for all the leaders in the world.
     
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    That is funny that you say this, Ken.

    I am in Virginia, and the Commonwealth was long ago written off as a red state, so we have almost no advertisements, other than the ones I see on FoxNews. HOWEVER, I was recently in Ohio, and those poor people are being assaulted by political ads!! I was only there from Sunday to Friday, and I was so sick and tired of it that I even stopped listening to Al Franken in the afternoons!!! :eek: :eek:

    As for "Arnold in 2008," he cannot run for President.......
     
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    Not yet...but their workin on it. He has friends in high places. Bohemian grove for one.

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  9. Pete

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    :D
     
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    FOX NEWS

    Globalists tend to stick together. Their future looks very bright, America on the otherhand, well...
     
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    Where is the article about the training against terrorists and using a Christian Home school as an example of a "terrorist organization"? Who will be defined as Christian? Arnold admired Hitler... Ok, maybe it will be him against Hillary in 2008. Bill is a Bonesman too! Of course so is Kerry. :eek:
     
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    That would be typical...Arnold against Hillary. And many Christians would be making twisted arguments in a deceived attempt to make Arnold out to be a conseravtive Christian.
     
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    While there are some Republican's in Washington who are trying to change the US Constitution to allow foreign born citizens to run, I don't think they will accomplish this before 2008.

    My prediction is Hillary vs. Rudy in 2008. If Bush is re-elected in November and Cheney can not complete the term, then Bush can nominate a new Vice President. If this were to happen, I wouldn't be surprised to see Bush nominate Rudy Giuliani as his new VP.

    The 25th Amendment to the Constitution states, "Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress."
     
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    Rudy...yeah. While Clinton was fooling around with Monica, Rudy was living in adultery with another woman. It'll be sickening once again to see Christians apply the double standard in idolatry to the GOP.
     
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    So bitter.
     
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    Actually I'm not, I'm rather happy about life. But it's not about me, anyway.

    What do you think of Guiliani?
     
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    Isn't Guilani pro abortion?
     
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    I don't think the US is ready for a female president. If they were, it is more likely that they would elect a republican female as their first, rather than a democrat female. For some reason, society tends to view women with a more conservative view as less of a threat as a man with a conservative view, or a woman with a liberal view. Not sure why.

    Mind you, these are very broad generalizations, and it all comes down to the person who is actually running. I don't think that Mrs Clinton will have significant enough support for the presidency. A VP, maybe.

    If the Republicans were proactive, they would consider Elizabeth Dole as the next VP running mate.
     

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