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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    And personality goes a long way in elections. Which is why George Dumbass Bush got elected twice because, minus all of the shady things he did, he does have personality.
    Yeah. The personality of a monkey intently following its handler's signals for a treat at the end of the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    Hey is that Mike from Desperate Housewives behind Edwards while he's speaking?
    Yes, that's James Denton.

    Good stategery placing him directly behind Edwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nycgirly101 View Post
    thanks for understanding I also didn't want to offend anyone by mentioning the radical Muslim school. A candidates religion doesn't concern me, it was more out of general curiosity.

    side note- I hope Elizabeth Edwards is doing ok, she did look good.


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    Its funny / sad to look at the expressions on the people BEHIND the canidate speaking.

    I swore I saw Bill Clinton crying behind Hilary after Iowa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    I think people tend to place too much weight on how much pull Al Gore really has to win an election. Not saying that he wouldn't be a strong candidate, but he's not this unbeatable force. I mean, he couldn't even carry his own home state of Tennessee in 2000. Now that's bad when your own state won't vote for you.
    That's true, however, I think people are far more disgusted with the shape of the nation than they were in 2000 or 2004. I might be overly optimistic, but I think Gore could soundly trounce the entire field right now.
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    John Edwards is way too....slick. I just have a hard time trusting this guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calimoonchild View Post
    No, not a stupid question at all! I'm glad you said something, its always good to sort out the spin, you know?

    God I really have to quit refreshing, I'm going mental, this is a nail biter. I love / hate being a political junkie.

    Oh and I AM SO SICK of hearing Edwards talk about being a millworker's son. GAWD. No. you're a multi-millionaire trial lawyer.
    for real, that's his gimmick though- it's all about the middle class. I think he must have said "middle class" about 89 times during the debates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    John Edwards is way too....slick. I just have a hard time trusting this guy.
    Me too. I cant decide who I like less: him, Hilary, or Romney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    Yeah. The personality of a monkey intently following its handler's signals for a treat at the end of the trick.
    True. But he also has that 'aw-shucks, good-ole-boy' attitude that appealed to a lot of voters, who got suckered into voting for him. And next to the stiffness of Al Gore and John Kerry, it made Bush 'appear' more likeable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    That's true, however, I think people are far more disgusted with the shape of the nation than they were in 2000 or 2004. I might be overly optimistic, but I think Gore could soundly trounce the entire field right now.
    I've got to disagree. I don't think there's any candidate that could soundly trounce the field the way Bill Clinton did during his campaigns. True, people are frustrated, which is what makes the field wide-open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calimoonchild View Post
    Me too. I cant decide who I like less: him, Hilary, or Romney.
    Ahhh, thats a toss-up for me! All typical politicians who speak out of both sides of their mouths (in my opinion). Hard to say!
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    Edwards seems like he's on a loop of sound-bites and catch phrases. If you asked him how freaky he is, I swear he'd answer "I'm just a millworker's son. I'm from South Carolina. I'm just a millworker's son. I'm from South Carolina."
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    Hillary is the projected winner!!!
    If you can't be a good example -- then you'll just have to be a horrible warning

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    CNN is doing a county by county Clinton/Obama breakdown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    If you asked him how freaky he is, I swear he'd answer "I'm just a millworker's son. I'm from South Carolina. I'm just a millworker's son. I'm from South Carolina.
    For real!

    Boo on the AP. I'm waiting for CNN. The college towns haven't even reported yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    Edwards seems like he's on a loop of sound-bites and catch phrases. If you asked him how freaky he is, I swear he'd answer "I'm just a millworker's son. I'm from South Carolina. I'm just a millworker's son. I'm from South Carolina.
    Haha!

    On CNN they are still waiting until Hanover and Durham are counted until they project a winner.
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