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    Hey, I'm still not over the Vince Foster story.............. :? :!:
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    Default Re: Rudy offers Hillary advice on her campaign

    Yeah. Or about 50 other legends, myths and documented occurences.

    As much fun as the Dems have had with what have been contrived and trumped-up "scandals", can you even imagine what we'd be in for if that ... woman was elected?~
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    Too scary to even contemplate! :shock:
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    Get used to the concept, as distasteful as it is. If the Repubs don't get their act together. If they don't send up a nominee who can unite their party and speak clearly and with authority to the American People, we can just hang it up.

    How many folks (even on this, a mostly non-political forum) have stated, If (fill in the blank) is nominated, I'll vote for (some obscure, 3rd, 4th, or 5th Party) so-and-so, or just stay home.

    Well, guess what, Sparky? Every vote for Goofy McDogbreath or any other, non-major party person, is a vote for the Democrat's nominee.

    I speak from harsh experience. In 1992, I had never been very impressed by George H.W. Bush and (even back then) did not trust the loud-mouth from Arkansas. So I was part of the 19% of the electorate who voted for Ross Perot. ...and the rest is history.
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    BRAVO! Very well spoken!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunrnr
    Get used to the concept, as distasteful as it is. If the Repubs don't get their act together. If they don't send up a nominee who can unite their party and speak clearly and with authority to the American People, we can just hang it up.

    How many folks (even on this, a mostly non-political forum) have stated, If (fill in the blank) is nominated, I'll vote for (some obscure, 3rd, 4th, or 5th Party) so-and-so, or just stay home.

    Well, guess what, Sparky? Every vote for Goofy McDogbreath or any other, non-major party person, is a vote for the Democrat's nominee.

    I speak from harsh experience. In 1992, I had never been very impressed by George H.W. Bush and (even back then) did not trust the loud-mouth from Arkansas. So I was part of the 19% of the electorate who voted for Ross Perot. ...and the rest is history.
    I agree, very well spoken. I have always taken my vote seriously and understood that while in theory it is very nice to say that you won't be pressured into voting for the lesser of two evils, you have nobody but yourself to blame if the greater of two evils wins an election.

    While it sucks that the best person doesn't always stand a chance, I believe it is your duty as a citizen to prevent bad people from taking office.

    For those of you who still do not understand what I am saying... consider this.

    Let's say that Adolf Hitler and Jimmy Carter were running for POTUS under the two major tickets. You don't like either of them, and you really like John Smith, a third-party candidate. Smith stands for the constitution, he supports gun rights, he is right on just about every issue there is. However, Smith is currently polling at 0.2%.

    It is your duty, as an American citizen, to ensure that Hitler does not come to power. While Carter is bad, Hitler is far worse and has the ability to truly destroy the American way of life, whereas Carter is just a poor choice. You should do what is best for the country as a whole, and sometimes that means not being able to cast a vote for the person you like best.

    When Hitler comes to power and starts taking away everyone's rights, imprisoning people that disagree with him, and indiscriminately killing his opponents, how comfortable are you going to be with yourself by repeating the phrase, I voted for my guy?

    Hillary is going to get the nod from the Dems. Hillary has the means, if the Dems retain control of Congress, to seriously change the course of American life and freedoms. While I don't believe she'll be sending anyone to the gas chambers, your way of life will be significantly changed through nationalizing our health care system, which will mean a tremendous increase in taxes and a very real possibility of a gun grab. Clinton has a long history of Marxist ideology. You should also remember that when Exxon-Mobil announced those record profits last year, Hillary demonstrated her Marxist viewpoint by stating that if she were POTUS, she would take those profits and spend them as she saw fit.

    Folks, this should sound a whole lot like another Marxist, Hugo Chavez.

    If you're not seeing the parallels between Clinton and Chavez, you're not paying close enough attention.

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    Lets hope History doesn't repeat itself.


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    gunrnr,spanielsells,
    Absolutely correct and well put.
    My major concern is the Electoral Collage. They elect the president not us.The Electoral College members for each state are selected in a process defined by that state's legislature. At this time, nearly every state awards the selection of their electoral members to the party of the candidate that receives the highest number of votes in the general election.But they are not obligated to vote for the party candidate.If for example Fred Thompson wins the state of PA popular vote, the Republican party gets to choose the Electoral Representatives.If one or two of those electors are moderate in their views and decide to vote for hiltllrey, for whatever reason, they can.
    In a close election this can make a great difference.
    The other wrench in the cog are the couple states that split their selection
    between the two highest vote getter's in the popular election.Again this can be pivotal in a close election.
    After all Gore won the popular vote in 2000 but Bush was awarded the majority of the electoral votes.The same thing could happen again if the majority of the Electoral Collage is fairly moderate and or liberal.
    Dave

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