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  •  Of course he can! Look- (1+ / 0-)
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    The recent special election down in Georgia for that Republican seat was instructive: The guy who was supported by the GOP establishment in Washington and Georgia was DETHRONED, in favor of another unknown conservative with little experience. That should tell you the mood the voters are in: THROW THE BUMS OUT. It happens every so often, and next year is shaping up to be one of those years.

    How do Democrats handle this? By doing what we usually do: nominate the wrong guy. In a change election, we decide to nominate a 15-year...damn near poster child for Washington incumbency: THE WIFE OF A FORMER PRESIDENT! lol... Sometimes i think we really deserve to lose elections to morons like Bush.

    "I get a cravin' like a fiend for nicotine, but I don't need a cigarette, know what I mean?" - Rakim

    by brooklynbadboy on Sat Jul 28, 2007 at 10:12:02 AM PDT

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    •  Will he be stopped in South Carolina? (0+ / 0-)

      I think he's in position to win Iowa and NH, and do well in Nev. if not win there.  If resistance falls by SC, he could be the Repubs man IMHO.

      •  He's going to run them all out of Iowa. (0+ / 0-)

        And probably march to a very slim victory in New Hampshire over Giuliani. I predict Thompson will be perceived as unable to run a national campaign by them, especially if he waits until SC to make a move. McCain, as we all know, is finished.

        If he does both of those things, all he will have to do in South Carolina is unload on Hillary Clinton all day and night. If he can convince the right that he's strong against Hillary, he can still lose South Carolina and then carry the day on Feb. 5th. The key thing for him is beating Giuliani in New Hampshire, so that Giuliani can't make that same message. If he can paint Giuliani as the dishonest scumbag that he really is, he'll win that contest.

        Mitt Romney is running a mistake free campaign so far, handling the flip/flops well, minimizing the mormon issue and issuing enough red meat to the right to keep them happy.

        "I get a cravin' like a fiend for nicotine, but I don't need a cigarette, know what I mean?" - Rakim

        by brooklynbadboy on Sat Jul 28, 2007 at 10:26:25 AM PDT

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