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General Election: Can Democracts Regroup?
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Posted 5/21/08
I'm not the first to come up with the idea- but if Obama took Hilary as his running mate the duo would be unstoppable. As it stands, it is not even a matter of republican versus democrats, but many Hilary supporters (including myself, me thinks) would refuse to vote for Obama and give their votes to McCain. Depending on who is chosen for vice president could swing the election due to the split party.
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Posted 5/21/08

drizza wrote:


chocofluffywhip wrote:

I'm not the first to come up with the idea- but if Obama took Hilary as his running mate the duo would be unstoppable. As it stands, it is not even a matter of republican versus democrats, but many Hilary supporters (including myself, me thinks) would refuse to vote for Obama and give their votes to McCain. Depending on who is chosen for vice president could swing the election due to the split party.


It be very retarded to vote for Mccain when Obama framework is close to clinton while mccains is completly opposite. Just doesnt make any sense usualy people go for the person who has generally the same idea as the person who you wanted to vote for if they lose.


I don't think the case is so much for ideas but experiance. "Float may hope but empty promises sink." In my humble opinion, if Hilary was not elected into office my choices would be between a counrty efficiantly run into the ground or a country trying to go the right way but failing due to lack of know how. Either way you think about it, the pary is still split.
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Posted 5/21/08

chocofluffywhip wrote:

I'm not the first to come up with the idea- but if Obama took Hilary as his running mate the duo would be unstoppable. As it stands, it is not even a matter of republican versus democrats, but many Hilary supporters (including myself, me thinks) would refuse to vote for Obama and give their votes to McCain. Depending on who is chosen for vice president could swing the election due to the split party.


It be very retarded to vote for Mccain when Obama framework is close to clinton while mccains is completly opposite. Just doesnt make any sense usualy people go for the person who has generally the same idea as the person who you wanted to vote for if they lose.
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Posted 5/22/08

chocofluffywhip wrote:


drizza wrote:


chocofluffywhip wrote:

I'm not the first to come up with the idea- but if Obama took Hilary as his running mate the duo would be unstoppable. As it stands, it is not even a matter of republican versus democrats, but many Hilary supporters (including myself, me thinks) would refuse to vote for Obama and give their votes to McCain. Depending on who is chosen for vice president could swing the election due to the split party.


It be very retarded to vote for Mccain when Obama framework is close to clinton while mccains is completly opposite. Just doesnt make any sense usualy people go for the person who has generally the same idea as the person who you wanted to vote for if they lose.


I don't think the case is so much for ideas but experiance. "Float may hope but empty promises sink." In my humble opinion, if Hilary was not elected into office my choices would be between a counrty efficiantly run into the ground or a country trying to go the right way but failing due to lack of know how. Either way you think about it, the pary is still split.


Well I wouldnt speak for all the clinton supporters I know some are fed up with president bush and wont drop down to that level to vote mccain who we cant find any difference from bush into office. But if your satisfied with the status quo and the problems with our nation and wont even try change then ok if obama doesnt win lets stay the same and put Mccain into office.
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Posted 5/22/08

chocofluffywhip wrote:


drizza wrote:


chocofluffywhip wrote:

I'm not the first to come up with the idea- but if Obama took Hilary as his running mate the duo would be unstoppable. As it stands, it is not even a matter of republican versus democrats, but many Hilary supporters (including myself, me thinks) would refuse to vote for Obama and give their votes to McCain. Depending on who is chosen for vice president could swing the election due to the split party.


It be very retarded to vote for Mccain when Obama framework is close to clinton while mccains is completly opposite. Just doesnt make any sense usualy people go for the person who has generally the same idea as the person who you wanted to vote for if they lose.


I don't think the case is so much for ideas but experiance. "Float may hope but empty promises sink." In my humble opinion, if Hilary was not elected into office my choices would be between a counrty efficiantly run into the ground or a country trying to go the right way but failing due to lack of know how. Either way you think about it, the pary is still split.


Dont you mean Hope may Float ?

Back on topic,whoever wins this contest should be president and the loser should be running mate since they are pretty much similar in stance.Thats what Hillary would have done anyway.
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Posted 5/22/08

drizza wrote:


chocofluffywhip wrote:


drizza wrote:


chocofluffywhip wrote:

I'm not the first to come up with the idea- but if Obama took Hilary as his running mate the duo would be unstoppable. As it stands, it is not even a matter of republican versus democrats, but many Hilary supporters (including myself, me thinks) would refuse to vote for Obama and give their votes to McCain. Depending on who is chosen for vice president could swing the election due to the split party.


It be very retarded to vote for Mccain when Obama framework is close to clinton while mccains is completly opposite. Just doesnt make any sense usualy people go for the person who has generally the same idea as the person who you wanted to vote for if they lose.


I don't think the case is so much for ideas but experiance. "Float may hope but empty promises sink." In my humble opinion, if Hilary was not elected into office my choices would be between a counrty efficiantly run into the ground or a country trying to go the right way but failing due to lack of know how. Either way you think about it, the pary is still split.


Well I wouldnt speak for all the clinton supporters I know some are fed up with president bush and wont drop down to that level to vote mccain who we cant find any difference from bush into office. But if your satisfied with the status quo and the problems with our nation and wont even try change then ok if obama doesnt win lets stay the same and put Mccain into office.


I wasn't speaking for all Clinton supporters, merely enough to cause a split in the party, which is the only argument I'm pushing for. Not that you were implying, but please don't assume I'm pro McCain in any fashion.
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