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If not Bush or Kerry, then who?

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posted on May, 21 2004 @ 08:16 AM
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I've seen a lot of people post in these threads about how they like neither Bush NOR Kerry. If you had your choice of anyone, who would be YOUR president?

As a conservative voter (usually) I would like to see a ticket of Rudolph Giuliani and Colin Powell.




posted on May, 21 2004 @ 08:50 AM
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Sell
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Party

Gulliani was my mayor. Most people hated him. His rebirth at 9/11 is woe to wash away he years of horrible service.

Powell could have been on a presidential ticket coming out of the military. He's proven himself to be a mud sucking bottom dweller of a company man - he knows better but won't stand up and make the change. If he had any balls or honor left he would have resigned the second , third or fourth time they circumvented his office & kept him out of the loop. They needed a token military man & they got one.

This bullshiite on Kerry: do your own research on the guy, he is by far a worthy and competent choice for president that will only appear more so once a VP is chosen for the ticket. That's why you've seen the high RPM spin coming out against him now.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 09:42 AM
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OH THAT'S SUCH AN EASY QUESTION:

BOUT TIME AND THE COLONEL



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 09:56 AM
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Well my first pick would be Dennis Kucinich. www.kucinich.us... Next, maybe Colin Powell but he's done some things that make me suspicious. Of course he seems more of a good guy then Bush, Kerry or Rumsfeld.

[Edited on 21-5-2004 by mrmulder]



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 11:09 AM
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I know it's 90% hype, but isn't the Kerry/McCain ticket compelling?

But McCain says even if Kerry makes this unprecedented move to actually unify the country and reach out the olive branch to end the bickering...

McCain's like Nope, not gunna do it. Imma Republican first. No deals.

Very telling.

And I don't see how a third party fixes anything. America's done broke in two, now let's splinter it to hell!

Who wants "majority rule" by 34% of the vote? Or 21% What are we...ENGLAND? There's your open door to socialism. Make it so any well organized group can win. Or Schwarzenegger.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 11:25 AM
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Originally posted by RANT
And I don't see how a third party fixes anything. America's done broke in two, now let's splinter it to hell!

Who wants "majority rule" by 34% of the vote? Or 21% What are we...ENGLAND? There's your open door to socialism. Make it so any well organized group can win. Or Schwarzenegger.


COME OOOOON...that's funny. Where's the love?


Amend your ways citizens of Green, Reform, Libertarian and whatever the hell Nader is! Get in the game people. The "Irrelevant Party" movement is (frankly) irrelevant.


[Edited on 21-5-2004 by RANT]



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 11:28 AM
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J. Mccain
H. Clinton
Qualye
Gore
Powel
Americas Mayor (Guiliani)? sorry for the name butcher.
Michael Savage
Oliver North
Pat Buccanon
Ross Perot
Jessy Ventura

Id vote for any of the above over the rich elitest war monger (Bush) and the flip flopping "which way did he go George" (Kerry). I can think of several highly qualified Senators that would make decent presidents as well. Really sad how we ended up with the lost puppy Kerry as our onloy hope to remove the war monger.

Sadyly Ill have to chose the flip flopping lier say what it takes candidate over the bloody one.

I belive in americans shedding there blood to protect our nation not to free other nations or hidden agenda. Sorry but there are men who will never be fathers, husbands etc.. today for no good reason. We did not need to invade Iraq to protect our freedom period. We were not under attack by Iraq. Yes he was evil yes he was bad etc.. but Saddam did not pose a significant clear and present danger to our United States.
On the other hand North Korea does threaten our country and our soldeirs yet we are not invading that country and why not? blah Ill stop now. I hate seeing our brothers dieng for nothing.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 01:02 PM
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I would like to see a John McCain/Rudi Guiliani ticket. Both men, although republican, are liberal on many social issues and are not whores to the religous right.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 01:55 PM
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McCain hates Bush, Bill Frist, Dennis Hasert & can't be in the same room as Tom DeLay. He walked out on the Fascist who was "outraged about the outrage over the abuse photos".
They've been pissing Johnny Mac off for 5 years already......."Don't ju no he crazy, Essey"?



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 02:39 PM
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Sorry but John McCain lost my vote before he even considered running for president. He's one of the "Keating Five" from the Savings & Loan scandal, so to me his hands are as dirty as the Bush Family's.

Someone also suggested Ollie North who to me is just another pawn of the Reagan-Bush-Bush II military agenda.

I would vote for someone similar to McCain though (without the checkered past). An ideal candidate would be a Republican who campaigned against Bush under the "this man does not represent us" banner. He'd probably get a lot of support.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 02:43 PM
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Take a page out of Brewster's Millions, NON OF THE ABOVE. This is the weakest batch of candidates I have ever seen. I feel for our bretheren below the border.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 03:24 PM
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Giuliani for President, eh, Bleys?

Interesting concept... I'd really like to see him go for it.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 03:49 PM
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Originally posted by Bout Time
McCain hates Bush, Bill Frist, Dennis Hasert & can't be in the same room as Tom DeLay. He walked out on the Fascist who was "outraged about the outrage over the abuse photos".
They've been pissing Johnny Mac off for 5 years already......."Don't ju no he crazy, Essey"?


Seems more conservatives are agreeing.

Drudge reporting on Washington Post: Another Plea for Kerry/McCain

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius keeps hope alive for a Kerry-McCain "national unity ticket" that would heal the country's bitter partisan divide under President Bush:

The Arizona Republican is a cranky, impulsive, headstrong man. But there is something of greatness about him. When he speaks in a Senate hearing, you listen in a different way -- knowing that this isn't the usual peacock politician but something else: a man whose will couldn't be broken even by North Vietnamese torturers.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 04:02 PM
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A bipartisan presidential/VP ticket is really what this country needs right now... If Kerry took McCain as his running mate, he'd win over a lot of conservative voters, and do away with some of this partisan bull# that's been rending our nation in two.

Of course, the conservative in me says that Kerry taking a Republican as VP could be considered the ultimate flip-flop, but hey... if the shoe fits, try to win its votes, right?



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 04:15 PM
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It wouldn't be my first choice either Xeno, but I can see the benefits.

And I don't just mean for Kerry. It would go far toward healing. And pretty much hand McCain the Presidency afterwards.

Alot of Bush backlash IMO started after the painfully close vote in 2000. Bush had an opportunity to heal the bruised feelings by selecting a bi-partisan cabinent and unifying the country (like he promised).

Instead, he pretty much went on vaction and let Cheney hand select the George H.W. Bush dream team, while saying "the people have spoken" like it was some mandate.

It was more like going back in time.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 05:08 PM
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Yeah, that was a hell of a thing to do... even as a conservative, I'll admit that saying he was gonna "unify the country" and then letting Cheney slap together an overwhelmingly Republican cabinet was pretty crapsome of Bush.

Of course, that's the thing... I don't like Cheney at all, never have. A lot of the problems the Bush administration is facing are Cheney's doing, and Dubya is taking all the flak. If this partisanship, Halliburton's profits from the war, and Dick Head of State's love for dirty money weren't involved, things would be going a lot more smoothly.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 05:46 PM
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What about Joe Leiberman. A social Democrat, With a Republicans heart towards National Security. Just a though.....



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 05:54 PM
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Colin Powell for sure, if I would want anyone in office right now, it would be him. This is a man who has a great understanding of not only global polotics, but grew up in facing adversity and struggle. He knows the true side of America better than any other person who at this point would ever have a chance to take the oval office.IMO. Its to bad that he got stuck between a rock and a hard place with the current administration. It might hurt him if he ever does run for president, and I REALLY hope he does.
I think he would make a most awesome president and would most likely sweep the polls.
My 2 cents





posted on May, 21 2004 @ 06:07 PM
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Originally posted by CSRules
What about Joe Leiberman. A social Democrat, With a Republicans heart towards National Security. Just a though.....


Sure, why not. And here's a picture of President Lieberman's first radio address with the White House pet ALF.


Listen to him sometime. I swear to god the dude is ALF's dad.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 06:07 PM
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Originally posted by Homer Jay
I've seen a lot of people post in these threads about how they like neither Bush NOR Kerry. If you had your choice of anyone, who would be YOUR president?

As a conservative voter (usually) I would like to see a ticket of Rudolph Giuliani and Colin Powell.

No one. I wouldnt vote for anyone.



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