View Poll Results: More Electable: Clinton or Obama

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Thread: More Electable: Clinton or Obama

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    More Electable: Clinton or Obama

    Who is it?

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    They both suck. Vote Republican

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    If I had the choice, Obama, definitely.

    A Clinton presidency, of the Hillary variety, would be BAD.

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    [QUOTE=JetsFanatic]They both suck. Vote Republican[/QUOTE]

    Agreed. But between the two of them, definitely Obama.

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    Neither.

    One is a woman, the other is a black guy with a muslim-sounding name. Americans are still too racist and sexist to vote one of these two in.

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    [QUOTE=49ersJetsfan]Neither.

    One is a woman, the other is a black guy with a muslim-sounding name. Americans are still too racist and sexist to vote one of these two in.[/QUOTE]


    BINGO! We have a winner.

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    [QUOTE=49ersJetsfan]Neither.

    One is a woman, the other is a black guy with a muslim-sounding name. Americans are still too racist and sexist to vote one of these two in.[/QUOTE]

    No. One is a witch and the other is a hyped up empty suit. Americans are too smart to vote one of these two in.

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    Hillary never has hope of winning and Obama none at the moment.

    As a conservative, I was elated to see the young blood that won most of the seats in the house is moderate to slightly conservative. It will make our country much better to have a party, aka the Dems, that is not hijacked by the George Souros (sp?) types:)

    Dems like Chuck Schumer used to say that main stream Americans didn't think a certain way............. but as the DEms campaigned against the God respecting, family oriented Americans, the Dems kept losing. Outwardly, they shifted to the middle................ now let's hope that the old blood loses and hte new blood rises:)

    And Hillary is old, 60s radical blood.

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    [QUOTE=dmaynard]No. One is a witch and the other is a hyped up empty suit. Americans are too smart to vote one of these two in.[/QUOTE]


    Don't give Americans too much credit. They voted Bush in twice after all.

    If Obama or Hillary becomes the Democratic nominee, the Republicans will have another 4 years in the White House.

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    I do not understand the hype about Obama. His DNC speech was boring, the guy has no charisma.
    Last edited by cr726; 11-09-2006 at 09:13 AM.

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    Joe Biden needs to run for the Democrats. He's their best shot.

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    [QUOTE=cr726]I do not understand the hype about Obama. His DNC speech was boring, the guy has no charisma.[/QUOTE]

    As far as I can tell, the only thing about him is he does not have the boatload of baggage that Hillary, Kerry, Dean, Kennedy, Gore, etc. all have. Kind of like finding someone in the mafia who has not done any jail time.

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    [QUOTE=JetsFanatic]They both suck. Vote Republican[/QUOTE]
    like the Republicans have done a great job...We have a President that is still at a first grade reading level....Demo anytime anyplace at least people had jobs and older people was getting taking care of. All our money now is going to Cat In The Hat books for George Dush

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    [QUOTE=manmrmoore]like the Republicans have done a great job...We have a President that is still at a first grade reading level....Demo anytime anyplace at least people had jobs and older people was getting taking care of. All our money now is going to Cat In The Hat books for George Dush[/QUOTE]

    News flash. Bush will not be running for president in 2008.

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    [QUOTE=sourceworx]Joe Biden needs to run for the Democrats. He's their best shot.[/QUOTE]


    Biden made an ass out of himself when he teamed up with Kennedy in trying to discredit the Alito and Roberts nominations. That may not mean much, but that's all I remember from watching it on TV.

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    obama has male parts hence he is more electable

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    [QUOTE=dmaynard]News flash. Bush will not be running for president in 2008.[/QUOTE]
    TRUE :yes:

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    [QUOTE=dmaynard]No. One is a witch and the other is a hyped up empty suit. Americans are too smart to vote one of these two in.[/QUOTE]


    Good Answer. Of course, liberal Dumbocrats are the ultimate sexists & racists, because that is the theme they fall back on when they don't get their way.

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    I don't know enough about Obama, but he's definitely more electable than Hillary.

    She's smart, capable and well suited for the job but nobody trusts her and so many people hate her.

    Regardless of who the Democrats nominate, I hope McCain gets nominated by the Republicans in 08. He's strong on national defense and vigorously advocates campaign finance reform. Not to mention, he isn't chained down to his own party. He calls it like it is.

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    [QUOTE=CarlSpackler]I don't know enough about Obama, but he's definitely more electable than Hillary.

    She's smart, capable and well suited for the job but nobody trusts her and so many people hate her.

    Regardless of who the Democrats nominate, I hope McCain gets nominated by the Republicans in 08. He's strong on national defense and vigorously advocates campaign finance reform. Not to mention, he isn't chained down to his own party. He calls it like it is.[/QUOTE]

    Hillary: smart, for sure. Capable and well suited? What in the world makes you think that? She's all of the following:

    a socialist
    a liar at or above the level of her husband (so that no one she would need to work with would trust her)
    probably the only person in the country now that less people would like tyo hang out with than GWB.

    Honestly, if she was not Bill Cllinton's wife, she is not even on the Democratic radar. Americans will not elect the wife of a president because she is his wife - particularly a president as controversial as Clinton.

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