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  •  Between "mispeaking" and Rudy's abortion heresy (11+ / 0-)

    and multiple-choice Mitt's ever changing positions on everything... I say Godspeed to a Gingrich-Tancredo ticket for the GOP.

    Your Playstation isn't Parris Island, HALO isn't military service, and SUV magnets aren't medals.

    by LeftHandedMan on Fri Apr 06, 2007 at 06:38:00 PM PDT

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    •  Ack! (7+ / 0-)

      You owe me a glass of cheap red wine, to replace the one that just made a projectile trip through my sinus passages.

    •  I hope so (4+ / 0-)

      I think Democrats can beat any of the candidates in the race at the Moment. AS they are all disintegrating and fading fast.

      Maybe that is why Freddy is waiting to announce as he watches the others all fall apart.

      Next to the word, "Unselfish" and the word, " Courageous" in the Dictionary are two Words: Elizabeth Edwards.

      by wishingwell on Fri Apr 06, 2007 at 07:03:55 PM PDT

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      •  I sure hope they can... (4+ / 0-)

        but on Salon's War Room, Tim Grieve had this:

        The good news for Democrats: In a recent Diageo/Hotline poll, a generic Democratic presidential candidate beats a generic Republican presidential candidate in 2008 by 18 percentage points.

        The bad news for Democrats: Generic candidates don't run for office.

        In the most recent Time poll, respondents say they'd vote for Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama over Mitt Romney, but that they'd pick John McCain or Rudy Giuliani over either Clinton or Obama. (The poll didn't include John Edwards in any head-to-head general election matchups.)

        That kind of worries me a little. Most people still like Giuliani. The far right may not trust him but I think they'll probably come around (or he'll decide he wants to overturn Roe v. Wade). Certainly, if we get attacked again it'll remind everyone again of how they feel so heroically about him. I've felt since soon after 9/11 that his candidacy was virtually inevitable and I think it still is.

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