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Topic: Election 2004
Username: TWA
Posted 2001-02-28 03:35:04 and read 1134 times.

Okay, I got the following candidates from my dawg SuperFly:

Al Gore

Hillary Clinton

Gray Davis (Gov. of California)

Paul Wellstone (Sen. Minnesota)

I havent done much research on the last 2. Can anyone verify that they are GOP's?

Thanks,
TWA

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-02-28 03:59:48 and read 1076 times.

If you got these candidates from Superfly, rest assured, they are far from GOP's. Lucky for those of us concerned with America's Future, Superfly is not picking the candidates for 2004.  Big grin

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Trvlr
Posted 2001-02-28 04:03:14 and read 1072 times.

Gray Davis is a Democrat I am pretty sure. I don't know about Wellstone.

I think there will be a runoff for the Dem nomination between Davis and Clinton...Clinton will probably win and it will be a close race between her (with VP candidate Gore) and Dubya (if he was a good prez) or some other GOP candidate (if he wasnt).

Aaron G.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Derek H
Posted 2001-02-28 04:04:31 and read 1071 times.

I hope Hillary runs, she would win by a land slide for two reasons:
She would be the first woman, everybody wants a woman president, since it would be the first.
Every likes Hillary for the most part, right?

So she should run.

Al Gore woudln't win, everybody got mad after this whole recount thing and he would quit the race, he woudln't have a chance.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-02-28 04:09:23 and read 1067 times.

G W. is the GOP President and he will be up for re-election in 2004. Therefore the GOP will not find another candidate to run against him.
Republicans tend to be more loyal to there leaders more than more progressive parties.

Paul Wellstone is my favorite but he would be percieved as too liberal by the right-wing media and the corporate pigs who control the media.

Hillary Clinton I like because conservatives would have a fit if or when she wins.  Smokin cool

Al Gore embarassed himself too much in this last election.

Gray Davis, our closet republican but registered Democratic gov. has a very broad appeal, no enemies and can win in large states and attract moderate GOP voters.

I'll just be happy to see Bush (part II) gone.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Tbar220
Posted 2001-02-28 04:11:19 and read 1066 times.

A gawsh, I'm a democrat, and the thought of Hilary running for office scares me, she's annoying as hell, and in my opinion wouldn't stand much of a chance. Oh well, just my opinion. She's better than Buchannan I suppose, and bush :-P.

 Smile Tzvika

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: We're Nuts
Posted 2001-02-28 04:12:32 and read 1062 times.

Bush embarrassed himself too much to run....

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-02-28 04:13:15 and read 1061 times.

Hillary Clinton probably will not for in 2004.
The reason is because the rule is that you must win re-election in 2006 in the Senate to be considered a political force.

I predict Al Gore or Gray Davis to win in 2004.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-02-28 05:42:34 and read 1056 times.

Derek, not everyone likes Hillary, and there is no chance in HELL she would win in a land slide. Of Superfly's choices, I would have to support Gray Davis, but this guy can't figure out how to get enough electricity to Northern California, so I really don't want to see him in charge of the U.S., closet Rep. or not.

Speaking of embarassment, everytime you make one of your one sided comments against Bush, your the one who embarasses himself We're Nuts.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-02-28 05:49:34 and read 1050 times.

I think Gray Davis will get us out of this power crunch some way or another.
It's not really in his power considering a lot of the energy is controlled by Texas oil men(friends of G.W.).

Gay is our only chance of having an electable President so far...

Gosh I wish Mondale or Dukakis ahd won. >- Sad

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: EIPremier
Posted 2001-02-28 12:13:22 and read 1044 times.

Does anyone fancy the chances of Christine Todd Whitman (recently confirmed as EPA head)? I'd be surprised if she wins the Republican Party Nomination, given her views on abortion and the environment. However, if she was nominated, I think she'd be a boon for the Republican party, swaying a lot of people with conservative economic ideas who vote for the Demos purely due to matters of social policy. I think Ms. Whitman could really sway a lot of female votes. Of course, if Buchanan or another ultra-conservative gains any steam, things might not look so rosy for her. We could have the same "spoiler effect" that was demonstrated with Nader in 2000, which obviously backfired for those who are strong Democrats. On the whole, Nader and Gore received considerably more votes than Bush and Buchanan.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Hole_courtney
Posted 2001-02-28 14:24:17 and read 1033 times.

I don't know if anybody has mentioned this, but I heard some reports that John Kurrie is going to get the democratic nomination in 2004.

anybody have any info on this?

Topic: RE:Election 2004
Username: AS737900
Posted 2001-02-28 15:03:30 and read 1030 times.

Just slightly off topic, but what happened to all those actors and other crazy left-wing people who said they would leave the country if Bush won? Have they left? Anybody know?

If Hillary were to run and win in 2004 (highly unlikely) I think I'd leave the country!  Smile

Also, how is it that Texas oilmen are at fault regarding the current power problems in California? Aren't all the environmentalists at fault here? Afterall, they are the ones who have all been lobbying against the building of electric-generating facilities in California, causing more dependence on electricity from Washington and Oregon.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Mls515
Posted 2001-02-28 15:26:30 and read 1027 times.

Hey I left the country in January.....but I voted for George W. Bush! My reasons for leaving weren't political, I'll be back in May anyway.

mls515

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: We're Nuts
Posted 2001-02-28 16:53:56 and read 1023 times.

Just stating the facts, KROC.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-02-28 17:04:54 and read 1022 times.

Okay WN, thats like saying everytime N312RC posts, he is just stating he facts as well. Gore embarrassed himself just as much as Bush did, if not more so, yet you FAIL to mention this. Hmmmm.

Brissie, you sould like a combination of a little girl and an old lady. All you do is bitch. If you don't like fucking boring American Politics, don't read the freaking thread. Surely someone of your intelligence can figure that one out.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Aa737
Posted 2001-02-28 18:19:11 and read 1018 times.

Gray Davis is a democrat, I am not sure if any one said that before, I just read a few of the replys. With the whole power crisis we are having I am not tooo impressed, but hopefully he will fix it up, soon.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: An-225
Posted 2001-02-28 18:48:25 and read 1014 times.

I wish Jello Biafra would run again...

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: EIPremier
Posted 2001-02-28 19:24:00 and read 1011 times.

Honestly, I don't see how the power crisis is the fault of Gray Davis. He was Lieutenant Governor at the time Deregulation was implemented in 1996. I believe California was the first state to implement a program after the FERC decision. Anyway, I don't think Mr. Davis had much of anything to do with the decision to deregulate California, although to be honest, I'm not sure. There's only so much he can do to get us out of it.

So, far I haven't decided how good a job he's doing. But, it certainly isn't as easy as some of you make it out to be.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Cfalk
Posted 2001-02-28 19:40:02 and read 1009 times.

It's a pity Arnold Schwarzenegger can't run for Prez (you have to be born in the U.S.). THAT would be a fun presidency!  Smile/happy/getting dizzy I've heard him speak on political issues, and he's actually pretty sharp.

Charles

Topic: Cfalk
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-02-28 19:44:32 and read 1010 times.

No I disagree.
I heard him speak too and he should stick to acting.

I'd rather have Canadian Priminister Jean Chietchien(sp), Bono or Sinead O'Connor(sp).
I hate both of there music but I like there politics.  Smile

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Cfalk
Posted 2001-02-28 19:57:28 and read 1004 times.

"I heard him speak too and he should stick to acting. "

Ah, but you're a Democrat. At least Ahhhnold knows what to do with a cigar  Wink/being sarcastic

Charles

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-02-28 20:00:09 and read 1004 times.

And so does Bill Clinton! Big grin

I used to hate cigars  Big grin

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: N312RC
Posted 2001-02-28 20:53:51 and read 1001 times.

All of those names send shivers down my spine. Mr. Bush outlined a pretty good plan last night. Lets see if he can put it into action. It looks like some of you people have the so-called Daschlegephardt disease. The dems sounded so phony last night.

Anyways, Bush is becomimg more natural in his speaking.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-02-28 20:59:52 and read 1001 times.

Hooked on phonics is really helping little Bush in his speaking skills. Big grin

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: EIPremier
Posted 2001-02-28 21:45:16 and read 991 times.

I was reading somewhere that Arnold Schwarzenegger may actually make a run for California Gov on the Republican ticket in 2002. I can't remember his wife's name, but I think she has some relation to the Kennedys, which I find rather interesting.

When interviewed about running, Arnold said, "Oh yeah, I think about it many times." He claims he wants to be a "compassionate conservative"

He needs to brush up on his Spanish too...  Big grin

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: We're Nuts
Posted 2001-03-01 00:55:40 and read 979 times.

KROC, others already mentioned it. Are you only reading my posts!? Well I'm flattered, but you probably should read them all.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: N766AS
Posted 2001-03-01 01:28:30 and read 983 times.

>It's not really in his power considering a lot of the energy is controlled by Texas oil men(friends of G.W.).

Not true. If you knew anything about the crisis at all, you would know that.

>I can't remember his wife's name

Maria Shriver of Dateline NBC fame. She is part of the Kennedy family.

>If Hillary were to run and win in 2004 (highly unlikely) I think I'd leave the country!

I would too... if there was any place to go. I believe the USA is the last place where someone who likes a small, unintrusive government can live.

Topic: N766AS
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-03-01 02:09:56 and read 976 times.

What does Maria Shriver have to do with anything?
She is only a reporter/messenger!
She has no control over what she can report!
No legislative power!

Up until ten years ago, you could have gone to South Africa during Aparthied. I am sure you'd loved it back then!

I would too... if there was any place to go. I believe the USA is the last place where someone who likes a small, unintrusive government can live.

Maybe you are a dying breed un-able to adapt to a constanly changing world.

Have you read much about Darwin's theory?

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-03-01 02:43:32 and read 966 times.

WN: What are you talking about. I read everyones posts.....well I do skim some like Bobo's.

Superfly, don't hate on Bush, he has come a long way since ordering his H.O.P.!  Big grin

Topic: Kroc
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-03-01 02:54:36 and read 963 times.

You'r right!

Only in America can a coke addict and alcohalic become President with there daddy's name recognition!

Topic: RE: Superfly
Username: G Dubya
Posted 2001-03-01 02:59:09 and read 961 times.

Only in America can a coke addict and alcohalic become President with there daddy's name recognition!

ouch! tahts hurts...



Goerge W.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-03-01 03:03:08 and read 958 times.

Superfly, I feel a possible explosion type post coming from me, due to all your anti Bush remarks......  Big grin

Topic: Kroc
Username: Superfly
Posted 2001-03-01 03:04:58 and read 954 times.

I better run for cover!  Laugh out loud

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-03-01 03:08:27 and read 954 times.

I'm not sure who I'd attack first, lol. Decisions decisions.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: We're Nuts
Posted 2001-03-01 03:22:57 and read 947 times.

KROC, I don't need to say Gore embarrassed himself if everyone ahead of me already did. I was only evening the score.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: 747-451
Posted 2001-03-01 03:23:31 and read 948 times.

Hillary is too soiled to run and we will see how effective she will be in NY.

Al Gore doesn't have the "character" or even "charisma".

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Cba
Posted 2001-03-01 03:26:42 and read 945 times.

Gore would make a good president, but he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. People think he is a sore loser, but he is just fighting for the votes to be counted properly (let's not start this again).

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-03-01 03:27:38 and read 945 times.

Bill Clinton has proved that no matter how checkered your past, or hell, present, that you can still be a player in politics.

WN: Gore embarrassed himself, not Bush. He may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he just played Gore's game, and Bush won.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: We're Nuts
Posted 2001-03-01 03:35:30 and read 944 times.

Gore's game wasn't crying to every Republican in the nation to help him stop this fair counting of the votes.

Bush and the Republicans looked like jackasses.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Cba
Posted 2001-03-01 03:39:09 and read 943 times.

Only in America could a rich, incompetent person who mispronounces words frequently (I counted two in the last minute of his State of the Union address) become president.

I don't despise conservatives, I agree with some republican/conservative policies, I just cannot stand Bush. The man is a complete moron. This election proves that the republicans will stop at nothing to get their man in office.

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-03-01 03:41:49 and read 942 times.

Yeah I know, Gore's game was to cry on national T.V. to anyone who would listen. NEXT!

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: Cba
Posted 2001-03-01 03:43:25 and read 942 times.

And Bush's game was to rig the election. Is it a coincidence that Katherine Harris was offered an ambassadorship during Bush's campaign?

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-03-01 03:44:57 and read 940 times.

Cba. Spare me. Bush did not rig the election. That is an absurd statement.

Topic: RE: We're Nuts
Username: CstarU
Posted 2001-03-01 03:46:35 and read 942 times.

...bringing this to your attention, just in case you missed it. Big grin

http://www.airliners.net/discussions/non_aviation/read.main/44043/

rgrds,

Topic: RE: We're Nuts
Username: We're Nuts
Posted 2001-03-01 03:57:33 and read 939 times.

HaHaHa! Oh man, I'm so proud!!  Big thumbs up

Topic: RE: We're Nuts
Username: Cba
Posted 2001-03-01 04:41:54 and read 935 times.

How can N312RC complain about taxes when he doesn't pay them?

Topic: RE: Election 2004
Username: KROC
Posted 2001-03-01 04:56:00 and read 934 times.

Maybe his dad taxes his allowance?


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