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RE: Presidential Election 2008
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I think it's safe to say it'll be better to have a women as our president because A) War is not the first solution
There'll be a war on a monthly basis, at that time of the month :P
01-17-2008 11:26 AM
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RE: Presidential Election 2008
yes, but only on men.
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RE: Presidential Election 2008
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Actually I think Hillary would be the best democractic nominee for president, especially when it comes to the economy. I personally think she would do wonders to bring our economy back up and get us out of this recession.
To expect that any politician would "do wonders" once he/she is elected is pretty naive IMO.

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I however, do find it contradicting because Obama made a public statement stating he will not vote to go to war, and publicly stated he will not fund the war. Then going on and voting to fund it, then not to fund it, and then to fund it?
From what I have read, Obama was against the war from the beginning, nothing contradictory.

Comparison of Clinton / Obama position on the Iraq war:
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/fact-checker/2008/...obama_on_iraq.html

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RE: Presidential Election 2008
He has my vote.... him or the black guy.

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RE: Presidential Election 2008
There exists a Dutch site called StemwijzerUSA ('VoteGuideUSA') where you are shown 25 phrases to which you can click 'Agreed', 'Disagreed' or 'Don't know'. Based on those choices the site will show you which candidate matches you best. It also shows what the various candidates would answer to a phrase.

Based on that test I would vote for John Edwards, although Hillary Clinton would be a good second.
01-17-2008 08:09 PM
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There exists a Dutch site called StemwijzerUSA ('VoteGuideUSA') where you are shown 25 phrases to which you can click 'Agreed', 'Disagreed' or 'Don't know'. Based on those choices the site will show you which candidate matches you best. It also shows what the various candidates would answer to a phrase.

Based on that test I would vote for John Edwards, although Hillary Clinton would be a good second.

Just took the quiz myself, and I agree mostly with Hillary and Thompson :p.

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RE: Presidential Election 2008
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Based on that test I would vote for John Edwards, although Hillary Clinton would be a good second.
Same, Obama is very close to Hillary too, but Clinton seems to agree on subjects i find more important.

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http://www.eenvandaag.nl/stemwijzerusa/en/ even in english :).

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Hillary is speaking at my school tonight. I'm gonna try my hardest to get in. :D:D:D
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ask her some tough question :P

i did the test, and i got barack obamah and Hillary with the same score

This post was edited on 01-18-2008 at 12:00 AM by Voldemort.
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