Perfect ticket for '08

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  1. Salty

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    How about Veep Dan Quail and Condi Rice?


    And who I do NOT want to see on the ticket

    Gov Pataki (NY)
    Sen Macain (AZ)
     
  2. StefanM

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    Dan Quayle????

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    Surely you're not serious . . .
     
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    No women please....
     
  4. Magnetic Poles

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    Why not? The boys have done a great job of making a mess of things.
     
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    Mgnetic Poles, why does it not surprise me that you would make a female chuvanistic statement like this?
     
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    Bunyon, what do you think is chauvanistic about stating the obvious?

    Clinton/Biden '08! [​IMG]
     
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    Oh no, Ken's pulling out his Condi signs again. :D
     
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    Sister, surely you are just joshin'
     
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    "Bunyon, what do you think is chauvanistic about stating the obvious?"

    Never mind ;)
     
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    Probably will be Mrs Clinton and Obama
     
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    I'm thinking Mrs Clinton and Richardson of NM.
     
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    It makes no difference who runs with Senator Clinton, she will be elected in '08.

    Maybe it will wake the Republican Party up and it will stop trying to compromise for votes.

    Clinton/Obama will be especailly unbeatable.
     
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    I have been of the opinion the Clinton is so polerizing that she could never get a majority, I hope not. How about Clintion/Clinton.
     
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    Sen Clinton is already moderating her statements.

    Get ready folks.

    Here's one for you.

    Clinton and.....

    Colin Powell
     
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    That would not surprise me.
     
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    I really don't think the Dems need a "perfect ticket" to win. I think the Reps will try to counter with a moderate pro-choice ticket (who will STILL get the evangelical vote). It will not work. Clinton/? will win in a landslide.
     
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    I had forgotten about him. He made quite a splash at the Democratic convention.

    I think you're right about her being too polarizing - but she'd be a great fund-raiser, for both sides.

    How about Obama/Powell?
     
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    Roger---Roger----Roger----son!! You are really helping with Blackbird's moral here.

    Make a deal with you----if "Her Highness" wins-----you make room for me in Ireland!!!

    Here's the Republican's best shot

    Guglinii/Condi

    Second best shot

    J C Watts/Condi

    Lott's chances at the White House were blown at a Birthday Party!!!
     
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    There's always room here ;) .

    Giuliani is exactly the kind of moderate pro-choice candidate that the Republicans will choose. Condi is not real outspoken on domestic issues, she bears watching.

    Clinton/Clinton would be interesting. Constitutional scholars have been debating for years whether a two term president could serve as veep, or as president again if not elected, but elevated.

    I hope I am totally wrong, but think our dreams of a Clinton free White House in 2009 are a pipe dream at best :( .
     

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