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posted on Nov, 10 2006 @ 06:35 AM
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I'm not too sure about which Republicans will run for President, I had heard George Allen would run, but losing his Senate seat might put him out of the loop.

I've heard of several Democrats who've publicly or privately expressed interest to run, or is presumed to make a run. Now is your chance to take an informal vote.

Please select a candidate listed below, or write-in someone not listed from any party. Your thought on why you think the person would best be suited are welcomed.

1) Hilary Clinton
2) Al Gore
3) John Kerry
4) John Edwards
5) Barak Obama




posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 06:46 PM
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Let's pick on the early Democratic hopefuls

1. Hillary Clinton - might easily be the most hated woman in America, although Pelosi is sure to make a run at it. NO CHANCE.

2. ALGORE - former LOSER, too much of an enviro-whacko to be elected.

3. John Kerry - another former LOSER, "I voted for it, before I voted against it", and his comments about the troops being dumb kill it for him. The Democrats don't want nothing to do with this guy.

4. John Edwards - Is he still alive? Is he still psychic?
johnedward.net...



5. Barak Obama - votes the same as Hillary 98% of the time. Muslim background will eventually catch up with him.

Since you couldn't think of any Republican contenders, I'll throw some out there.

How about...

Newt Gingrich - My favorite.
Tom Tancredo - tough on immigration.
Jeb Bush - he is surely going to be someone's VP pick. Florida would be a lock!
John McCain - I don't like this guy at all, he would be the worst choice for Republicans
Rudy Guilliani - Great guy, but not conservative enough.
Condi Rice - My 2nd choice, especially if it is her vs Hillary.



posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 06:52 PM
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I like Edwards for the Dems but Hillary will likely get the nod.

For the Reps I'm still not sure but you got to like Tancredo on immigration. I don't think Rice can handle being president but maybe VP? I think others will surface yet before 2008.

Then there is Jeb, not a bad choice but will the US vote for another Bush so soon?



posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 06:56 PM
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You heard it here first kiddies..........


From the great state of New Mexico.....The next president of the United States.....



Bill Richardson.



in 08 you gonna see some real "thumpin"



posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 07:09 PM
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Personally, I'd like to see either Gore or Obama from the
Democratic party.

I'd like to see Michael Smith run as the Republican candidate.



posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 07:18 PM
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Hillary too polarizing, even with her newfound "centrism"

Al Gore won't be able to run due to his contractural commitments with "Saturday Night Live" as a new castmember in 07.

John Kerry who will saddle up to this two legged oxymoron? out before it starts

John Edwards who? right, but who will carry around his applecrates?

Barak Obama unseasoned, no Executive experience.



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