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Originally posted by Bob88
RANT is making a lot of sense, imho. I see my region, great lakes, thinking the same way. Here, Gebhardt would have done well against Bush. The region also supported the Iraq war more than any other area and there are some highly contested states like MI and Ohio. With Kerry, I think the red states expand (or blue, in your pic, Rant). I also think Dean would/will have the same problem. On the other hands, these states were close in the last election and the job losses could tip the scales, if those that have lost their since Bush won't vote for him. Who knows really what will happen. I still don't think the Dems have a solid candidate.
[Edited on 27-1-2004 by Bob88]
Originally posted by Ra
KERRY / DEAN or DEAN / KERRY
This makes sense if you look at who has recieved the most votes in these primaries!
Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
Astrocreep, we are not out of touch with Ted, he is out of touch with most all of the nation. Ted and his small following is out of touch.
The only thing he is in touch with is Booze, young broads and burgers.
Originally posted by RANT
Anyone watching the end of the SC debate closely?
The candidates kind of circled around Kerry shaking hands, except Dean and Edwards.
Edwards crossed the stage alone and shook Dean's hand, and for a moment the camera caught a close up... Edwards was mouthing "Call me. Call me."
That may be nothing, or could be HUGE.