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Originally posted by donwhite
I believe 90% of Americans want to see their fellow man have a good life. And etc. So it is not really Red v. Blue values. We all have essentially the same values. We just see different ways to get there.
Originally posted by Justin Oldham
I have no doubt that she took notes and paid close attention to things while she was last at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I'm sure she will feel like she's coming back to familiar ground. That experience you laugh about will stand her in good stead during the '08 race.
posted by Justin Oldham
The last two posters make good points. McCain himself will be a polarizing figure. I would hope that the voters would be scared of her. You can bet money that the mainstream media will not call her when the 08 race gets cranked up. Anyone with at least one ear knows how fed up the population is with Republicans. The fact is that anyone who runs as a non-Republican stands to be taken seriously. That includes Hillary. [Edited by Don W]
posted by centurion1211
DW, the difference between your beliefs and mine is that I want to see my fellow Americans earn their good life, not have it handed to them on the backs of other people who are working hard to earn the good life through taxes and other government entitlement giveaway programs. You claim to be a 'socialist' in other posts, but your stated views seem a little farther down the spectrum than that. [Edited by Don W]
Originally posted by dgtempe
I would need to know what her agenda is- i'd need to know her intentions- i'd want to know a lot more than i know about her right now to ever vote her in (supposing the voting is real)