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Polls for the 2008 Presidential race, which hasn't even started yet, have been all over the board.  At this point in the game success in such polls has a lot to do with name recognition which is not a very scientific indicator of which yet-to-be-announced candidates might actually have the right stuff to be the President of the United States.  It has not been possible to compare their positions on Presidential issues or activities on an apples-to-apples basis.  That is until now.  One of the tasks of any President is the issuance of Christmas cards.  Today, for the first time it is possible to vote on three likely Democratic Presidential candidates on the basis of performance in a Presidential activity in a poll that is at least as scientific as any poll today. So I present to you three images, one each from the Christmas greetings of John Edwards, Hillary Clinton and, Barack Obama and ask you to vote for you favorite.

John Edwards and Family:

Barack Obama and Family:

Hillary Clinton and Family:

Originally posted to gregflynn on Sun Dec 24, 2006 at 07:38 PM PST.


Which Democratic Presidential Candidate has the most Presidential Christmas family photo

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