Laura Bush for 2008 ???

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  1. LadyEagle

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    If it were to be a Bush Dynasty, I would prefer it to be Jeb in 08.
     
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    Hillary v Laura. :eek:
     
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    No to Laura.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    Jeb yes, Laura no.
     
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    She'd be better than Hillary, but, well, who wouldn't be?
     
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    Laura doesn't want it. It will be George Allen (Senator-VA) in '08.
     
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    I'd vote for Hillary.
     
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    No to any Bush or Clinton in 2008. My preference in this order:

    Secretary of State Rice
    Governor Pawlenty(Minnesota)
    Senator Brownback(Kansas)
    Congressman Tancredo(Colorado)
     
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    I think Tancredo would be at the top of my list, although I would admit that I don't know the other two males that well.

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    I would have ranked Tancredo higher but there is very little chance of a Congressman making the jump to president. I also would have ranked Brownback higher but governors have a better chance than senators for the last forty years of presidential elections. Of course, if Hillary Clinton is the Democrat nominee then a GOP senator would have as good of a chance as a governor since a senator would be the next president in spite of a senator not winning the presidency since 1960.
     
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    I would not want another Bush either.

    How about this for an interesting 2008 election:

    Democrats - Sen. Joseph Biden (DE) for Pres.
    Sen. Barak Obama (IL) for VP

    Republicans - Sen. John McCain (AZ) for Pres.
    Sen. Elizabeth Dole (NC) for VP
     
  14. KenH

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    I would vote for neither Biden or McCain.
     
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    I would flee to Canada. [​IMG]
     
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    Upon further reflection, Joseph, I agree with you that Tancredo should be at the top of the list. This illegal alien problem has to be solved and since I doubt it will be after the 2006 election I think it will be necessary to press this issue in the GOP debates for the 2008 presidential election. I doubt that Tancredo can actually win the nomination. But, then again, we just need to remember that ant - there goes another rubber tree plant! :D

    www.tancredostore.com
     
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    Democrats are more likely to be Clinton and Obama.
     
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    Tancredo for president. He would certainly get my vote.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    Mine too, Joseph.

    I'm curious as to whether our CP friends would get on board with us on that.

    Tancredo in '08! [​IMG]
     
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    I know that at least some CPers like Congressman Tancredo. [​IMG]
     

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