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The Democratic Party can't win in '08, they don't have the candidate.

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posted on May, 9 2007 @ 02:10 PM
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Originally posted by ape
i'm confused why people are supporting kucinich?? he is attempting to opress freedom of speech by silencing conservative talk radio with the so called 'fairness doctrine'. so the news media is allowed to be hardcore liberal, the print media is allowed to be hardcore liberal but conservative talk radio can't go about doing what they do best and thats talking about the issues the majority wants to hear with facts. this is a fact.


Actually, the fairness doctrine would shut down any "liberal media", such as the press and tv, as well as the "conservative talk radio".




posted on May, 9 2007 @ 02:40 PM
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Originally posted by Low Orbit
Well, Obama just moved left of Hillary calling for all troops in Iraq to come home by March of '08 and a socialized healthcare system, good luck! Obama can speak, there is no question about that, too bad he has a losing strategy for the US.


Since the Republicans don't have a winning one, hows that bad?


Hilary is a woman of the polls and her stands on political issues change faster than the wind changes direction.


Beyond Iraq, can you show a good example of this?


A shallow party who offers nothing but an even more socialized goverment and a guaranteed losing strategy in Iraq does not offer the average american much.


Well, except for a socialised goverment and american troops not dying in Iraq sure.


Especially since they are doing nothing to prevent illegal immigration which is hurting a majority of blue collar workers nation wide.


Well, the majority of replublicans aren't actually touching illegal immagration with 10 foot pole either.
It's annoying, but neither party want's to offend the hispanic vote IMO.


Furthermore, since the Democratic party never chose to enter the debate on the War in Iraq and never chose to offer another viable strategy on Iraq their credibility is non existant on the issue. Americans know if they elect a democratic candidate in '08 we lose the war in Iraq. That is a BIG problem for the Dems to confront!


Not really, the war is unpopular, and withdrawing is popular, so us "withdrawing" is not a problem at all for Dems.
Might be for Republicans though...



[edit on 9-5-2007 by I_AM_that_I_AM]



posted on May, 9 2007 @ 02:47 PM
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Originally posted by RRconservative
It does look like the Democrats are going to run on the "Defeat in Iraq" issue. Hillary will lead the way and will be defeated by whoever the Republican nominee will be.


Actually, they will probably have already gotten a withdrawal from Iraq initiated by the time the elections heat up. I doubt this will some who defeat them.



Americans may not like the way the War in Iraq is going. But they certainly don't want a US defeat, like the Democrats want.


The American people do seem to be in favor of withdrawing form Iraq, which isn't a defeat. Contarry to right wing propoganda.



posted on May, 9 2007 @ 09:20 PM
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Originally posted by Johnmike
Enough of the "well, he's not too bad..."

Take a look at Ron Paul if you have any sense of economics or constitutionality.


I'm sorry. Inquiring Republicans want to know. How does Ron Paul look in drag?



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 10:21 PM
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I am curiosu about hwo the OP[ and other posters in this thread] feel about Obama's win in retrospect?



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 10:30 PM
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Looks like the OP has been banned or deleted their account.




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