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Discussion in 'Politics' started by James_Newman, May 10, 2007.
It will be interesting to see if this is political suicide.
It's sad but predictable!
We need someone who'll say it like it should be and not worry about who doesn't like to hear it that way.
He just officially polled himself out of my vote!
Maybe Rudy should run as Hillary's vice president? This way we can keep both of them out!
I hope this ends his campaign!
If he really goes through with this, he is tossing out all those right wing conservatives that he had fooled with his earlier wishy washy stance. Probably believes he'll pick up a big bunch of Democrats that can't stand Hillary.
He might just pick them up.
What better way for liberals to win than to hijack the moderate party as well?
Might work for him.
I think that a large segment, probably a majority, of conservative evangelical Christians will still vote for Giuliani if he wins the GOP presidential nomination.
I think you're probably right.
If Hillary wins the Democratic nomination, I'll vote for Giuliani.
Following the "lesser of two evils" theory?
I sure don't want to be put in the position of Hillary v. Rudy.
That is what happens when even Christians fail to think outside of the voting paradigm given to them by the conservative/liberal/moderate mainstream media.
I would vote for the Libertarian Party presidential candidate in that scenario unless someone like Senator Chuck Hagel ran as a minor party or independent candidate.
Aughhhhh! How do you measure out pure evil v. pure evil. Surely we have learned by now that this is a no win situation scenario.
Are you advocating a third choice?
I think when I stated, "I would vote for the Libertarian Party presidential candidate in that scenario unless someone like Senator Chuck Hagel ran as a minor party or independent candidate" that I was indeed advocating a third choice if Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani make the November 2008 ballot.
If Rudy wins the GOP nomination, the GOP is dead to me.
Indeed, you were.