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Originally posted by GeorgiaGirl
reply to post by Indigo5
I disagree. I predict that when the time comes, MANY Republicans, just like me, who aren't in any of the groups you'd consider to be "bat-crap crazy", will hold their noses and vote Republican, no matter who the nominee is.
We could predict the outcome all day long, but we won't know until November.
I'm also an optimist. I can't imagine people who consider themselves to be Republican suddenly voting Obama.
We'll just have to wait and see.
Originally posted by seagull
A token? She's never been a token anything in her life.
black guy put in a movie in order to please the black community and give of the impression of racial acceptance
A minority that was deliberately put on a show or movie for the sake of being culturally diverse.
She's also intimidating, and Romney would be a bit overshadowed by a woman who is actually far more qualified to be President than he is...
WASHINGTON -- An emotional Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice reveled Wednesday in Barack Obama's election, calling it an "extraordinary step forward" for the nation.
A child of the segregated deep South who became the highest-ranking African-American woman ever in American government and was once considered a potential Republican presidential nominee, Rice called the Democratic president-elect "inspirational" and said his victory was proof of America's promise.
"This was an exercise in American democracy of which Americans across the political spectrum are justifiably proud," she said.
"As an African-American, I'm especially proud," said Rice, her eyes glistening with emotion, "because this is a country that's been through a long journey, in terms of overcoming wounds and making race" less of a factor in life. "That work is not done, but yesterday was obviously an extraordinary step forward."
Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by Indigo5
Romney should pick Mickey Mouse because he's a Mickey Mouse candidate.
Though I hear Snagglepuss and Morty the Moose can be had for a slightly more reasonable price.
Originally posted by DJW001
Romney needs a "true" social conservative at his side to appease the base. Judging by the congratulatory speech the other day, I'd say he's already picked Rick Santorum. Unfortunately, this might push the swing voters away. Romney's campaign poster should feature a pop art picture of him with the word "SETTLE."
Originally posted by macaronicaesar
Doesn't matter who he picks. His chances of winning are close to zero.