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Who would be the best

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Salty, Feb 17, 2008.

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  1. Clinton

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  2. Huckebee

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  3. McCain

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  4. Obama

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  1. Salty

    Salty 20,000 Posts Club
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    Who do you think would make the best President? I know I only put four choices up and I did not put "other". We know that 1 of the 4 will be elected, short of some dramatic change of events.
    I am not asking who would make a good one, just who do you think would make the best President?
     
  2. J.Wayne

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    I said Huckabee, even more so out of these choices.
     
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    I chose Obama.
     
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    I voted for Obama in the poll. I thought about choosing Huckabee, but his sponsorship of the FairTax is unrealistic. He's also wrong on the health care issue, IMO.

    McCain satisfies no one. I do wish he had served the last two terms instead of Bush, but he's transformed himself into Bush-lite. His health care proposals are very vague, also.

    Clinton is too inflammatory and would divide the nation.

    I think Obama is the most likely candidate to unify the nation. I also think that an Obama presidency would help relations with our allies and with nations in the middle east. His health policy is also more likely to be implemented than Clinton's. I disagree with his stance on abortion, but in terms of overall effect, I think Obama would be the best of the lot.
     
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    Given the choices I picked Huckabee
     
  7. EdSutton

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    Often, in politics, I get to choose between "the evil of two lessers".

    Here, I get to double my pleasure! :rolleyes:

    Since I can't go for "other", I'll go with the Nevada election option of "None of the Above!"

    Ed
     
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  8. Salty

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    Not allowed:type: You dont live in Nevada:smilewinkgrin:
    So which are the 4 would you choose?

    Salty

    PS, I do fully endorse the "Nevada" plan:thumbs:
     
  9. Dagwood

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    I picked Obama.
     
  10. JamieinNH

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    Of those four... Obama... My Pick? Ron Paul!

    Jamie
     
  11. EdSutton

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    I did a "write-in". :thumbs:

    Ed
     
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