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I Met a Giuliani Supporter Today

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by KenH, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. KenH

    KenH Active Member

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    I noticed that someone in another accouting group at the office had a countdown to the Iowa Cauci that she was marking off so I had a conversation with her. She said she is a Giuliani supporter and a conservative Republican. I asked her how she arrived at supporting Giuliani. She said that she preferred having a liberal Republican in the White House instead of Hillary Clinton.

    At least she is willing to admit that she is supporting a liberal and isn't trying to sugarcoat it.

    By the way, her husband is in the Air Force and he is supporting Ron Paul. :)
     
  2. Bro. Curtis

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    Sounds like he's the brains of the family.
     
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    Giuliani and Romney should be participating in the Democratic debates.
     
  4. tinytim

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    Why don't we have the republicans and democrats debate each other before primaries? That would be interesting. We could see how they handle someone from the enemy camp.
     
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    Interesting idea, but until the field is narrowed, it would be too unfocused. Kind of like the debates we already have. :laugh:
     
  6. Bob Alkire

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    That is the part of politics that must have passed me by back in the 60's or 70's or sometime. If I don't support someone, I sure am not going to vote for them, I still believe God is in control(and I'm not Calvinistic). I didn't vote for or against President Bush or his father or Bob Dole as far as that goes. As a professor told me in seminary the more like Sodom and Gomorrah we get the worst kind of people we will elect saying this one is better than that one and before long we don't know the differences. Oh, by the way he wasn't talking about the people of the world he was talking about the folks within the church. For the near 50 years ago, that he said that, I haven't seen anything to change his view, just prove his point.
     
  7. Petra-O IX

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    Naw!!! That would cause too much confusion as the Republicans sound like the Democrats and the Democrats would sound like the Democrats. But it would give a great boost to third party candidates, so I'm all for it.:thumbs:
     
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