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Discussion in '2000-02 Archive' started by massdak, Dec 22, 2002.

  1. massdak

    massdak Active Member

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    could win in 2004. this has to show the trouble we are in, especially as far as the popularity of such a depraved liberal agenda driven person,how could be even be minutely possible that any clinton could be president again. i would pray that God would start a harsh judgment upon our country if it has made such an irresponsible choice of hillary as our president.
     
  2. LAWC

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    i doubt this poll is scientific.
     
  3. KenH

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    I would pray that God would take us safely through a Hillary Clinton presidency. I think simply having her as president would be tough enough by itself.
     
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    Hillary as prez??

    Heaven help us all!!

    God Bless!

    Adam [​IMG]
     
  5. Jim1999

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    Not wanting to mix in with USA politics, but I saw Mrs. Clinton in Watertown, NY when she was running for office and a lot of people in New York liked her.

    Cheers,

    Jim

    PS. Because a person claims to be a Christian doesn't guarantee they will be a credible representative.
     
  6. TheOliveBranch

    TheOliveBranch New Member

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    Living in the NY metro area, I understand why they like her and why there is credibility to the claim that she would run for president. NY and NJ both are as liberal as they come. They use their bottom end for brains out here. This population cannot think for themselves. They are too stiffnecked and highminded to admit it. What they prefer is someone that will do everything for them because they won't do it for themselves. Since the day I moved here I have seen how this area does not have the freedoms that the rest of the union has. They have been living in such a suppressed state that they wouldn't know freedom if it looked them in the face.
     
  7. bb_baptist

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    She will not run in 2004.

    She will run and win in 2008!
     
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    Unfortunately, it is.

     
  9. Pastor_Bob

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    The Democratic National Committee is currently polling Americans through the Internet to determine the electability of Hillary Clinton
    for the Presidency of the United States in 2004. If you would like to show your support for Hillary and encourage her to run for President of the United States in 2004, please click the link below. [​IMG]

    Click here: http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~kinho/youare.swf
     
  10. massdak

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    my stomach did a full scale turn and my face must of turned green with your discouraging prophetic view of 2008. it is sad to say that you are probably correct about your prediction
     
  11. stubbornkelly

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    Her chances may be better in 08, but then again, a run in 04 may not be a bad idea for her.

    If it's between her and W, she'll likely get my vote. If a good Libertarian candidate comes along, though . . . . *sigh* 10 more years, Kelly, 10 more years.
     
  12. Ernie Brazee

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    If Hillary gets elected the voters are getting what they deserve.

    Even so, Lord Jesus come quickly.

    Tomaine poisoning would be preferable to Hillary!!!
     
  13. massdak

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    i hope you are kidding, why would anyone vote for someone who supports laws that kill baby's before they can be born? why support someone who supports homosexual depraved lifestyles, why support someone who goes against the Christians every step of the way. why support clinton who lies and cheats in the stock market and other ventures, why support a person who makes little of her own husbands infidelity, why support a horrible example for young kids, why support a person who has a suspicious past that could be more serious then Christians would want to know (vince foster ring a bell) why support her improper views of women and mens rolls that are God ordained ?
     
  14. stubbornkelly

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    Have you ever read any of my political posts?

    I'll recap - I'm fiscally conservative and socially liberal, a supporter of less government intervention in all citizen affairs, and tend to vote for Democrats over Republicans because I value social liberty over money.

    Now, some would argue that financial freedom is social freedom, but I disagree, based on our current system. Financial freedom means nothing if you cannot conduct your life as you choose, and in this country, with many of our current theocratic laws, that's not possible.

    So, until a good libertarian comes along who will support both fiscal and social liberty, I will likely continue to vote for Democrats, since their party more accurately reflects my political values.

    But again, that's likely. I always look at candidates, it's just that, historically, the Democratic candidate has been one I can in good conscience support.

    Call me an idiot if you feel that's appropriate(Pastor Bob), but I make no apologies for my political views.

    At least, no more than any of you apologize for yours. [​IMG]
     
  15. Mike McK

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    Bring it on.

    All that poll shows is that the Dem's don't have any viable candidates.

    It'll never happen for a couple of reasons.

    The first is that, America simply will not elect a woman as president at this time or at any time in the next few years.

    Two: What would she run on?

    Three: All the Republicans would have to do is to remind voters of what went on during the eight years of her "co-presidency" (the attempted takeover of 1/5 of the federal budget, and of her overtures to Mrs Arafat, etc).

    She ran and won as a carpetbagger in New York because the region is tilted to the left but, mostly, because the Republicans weren't committed to winning.
     
  16. KenH

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    I received this from Newsmax.com today -

    "BUSH BEATS HILLARY IN NEW YORK
    Hillary Clinton may be the front-runner when it comes to the Democrats' choice for president, but if she runs, she may just lose New York to George Bush.
    A recent Quinnipiac poll found that if Hillary challenged Bush today, she would lose in New York, with Bush outpacing her 48 percent to 45 percent.
    Bush lost to Gore in New York in 2000 in a landslide, and Hillary easily defeated her Republican challenger, Rick Lazio, even winning Republican districts.
    But now, poll numbers show, suburban New Yorkers are moving to Bush in big numbers, though Hillary still keeps a hefty lead in liberal New York City."


    Also, I heard somone on the radio today mention the idea that Hillary could run and choose Bill Clinton as her running mate and then when elected, she could resign and Bill Clinton could be president again. The reasoning goes that the Constitution only places a limit on the number of years that one can be elected to the presidency. It places no limits on how many years one can serve as president. I have read the amendment in the Constitution and that appears to be correct reasoning - unfortunately.

    [ December 23, 2002, 07:53 PM: Message edited by: Ken H ]
     
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    I was in Florida when Bill Clinton was elected 1st time. every one I was introduced to said he would/should lose! Maybe I was not introduced to a truly representative group!

    How representative are you? I have no political axe to grind on this, but just wandered.....

    yours, Jon.
     
  18. Pastor_Bob

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    Surely you realize what I posted was in jest. You should know by my track record here on the BB that I would not resort to calling anyone an idiot.

    I find it hard to believe that anyone who understands biblical principles could support someone who is so blatantly opposed to anything remotely related to Christianity. But, I also realize that men much better than me have given their life so that we might retain the freedom to choose whomever we desire.

    I may not agree but I fully support your right to your opinion.
     
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    Do you actually believe that the Democrats are giving this country more liberty? People that live in sin are slaves to those sins.
     
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    Like the "Webmaster," I feel she won't run in 2004 because it's hard to unseat an incumbent president. I do believe she will run in 2008 and that's okay - she'll lose to Elizabeth Dole, a fine woman.

    In response to another poster, Democrats (especially the Clintons) are acting out Biblical prophecy with their wickedness.
     
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