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Originally posted by astrocreep
I still have always repected your opinion because you are able convey it so well. I'll agree that Chelsey is a very upstanding, well rounded child. In fact, I'd even say she's the most adult, dignified member of her family. For her to turn out that way given the example she's had speaks volumes for her character. I might vote for her one day, who knows? I think that it speaks volumes for her and Hillary that they were both able to remain dignified in the wake of their family strife being led into public eye as it was. I'm not denying Hillary is a strong woman and I hope she is serving the people of New York well. God knows they are one of the largest tax bases in the US and they deserve their share of the federal cookie.
Still, you can hardly deny her socialist leaning. While some may agree with it, and thats okay, I would think those of us who disagree with it might still have the right to exercise our vote another direction. Maybe some day that'll change and we'll have our leaders getting 110% of the vote as well, but for now, people's free will still means a little anyway. The US is not yet ready to accept that total government control is the way to go. I agree whole heartedly that we need better and tighter corperate regulation and thats what separates me from the republicans by a mile but I don't think the govt. should actually own and operate all business. There is a difference between owning and regulating and enforcing laws. Thats where I split from you libs. Why the hell must we either have it to one extreme or another? Why are so many working toward each extreme when moderation and a mix of both seems to work so well? Does neither party realize the dissaster that would stem from a total social state or a total facist state? In my opinion, neither cares because its all about where their personal interests play in. If you own a business, you want no rules to keep you from profiting but if you have no will to earn your way, you want the government to put you up and do whatever it takes to whomever it takes to feed and clothe you. Neither system works.
Originally posted by Bout Time
Oh well, regardless of a marital infidelity, those Clintons have shown character above & beyond that anything from the Right could bring to table& will continue to do so despite the Hannitys & Coulters of the world saying other wise.
Originally posted by MountainStar
*If*.............the elections were between Hillary & Bush
I would vote for Hillary. Even *if* she did have pms (which she doesn't)
she wouldn't be any worse than Bush!
But since this is NOT the case........I would NOT vote for Hillary Clinton. I
don't like her.
But anyone is *BETTER* than Bush!
Originally posted by mrdependable
According to the quiz I am left-liberal seeking economic-equality.......well I have to say I don't believe in economic equality but fully believe in equality of opportunity.
I would vote for Hillary Clinton for President of the United States as I believe she would be a fantastic leader and this country is in a place right now that would benefit greatly from a woman's natural ability to analyze, strategize and empathize as opposed to a males first instinct to simply react quickly. Bush and Kerry are both duds.