ANYONE but Hilary.Thank god...
One of my favorite recent Joe Biden quotes:"Rudy Giuliani... I mean, think about it! Rudy Giuliani. There's only three things he mentions in a sentence -- a noun, a verb, and 9/11. There's nothing else!"Just the thought of him in the debate makes me giggle.
The other great Biden quote is "Obama is not ready to be president." I guess now he is?"Anyone but Hillary"?...18 million voters can't possibly be right. Gentlemen, Mr. Obama is in for a little surprise in November.
Obama shoulda picked Neil Kinnock.
I like the pick. Patricia, obviously anyone who was running against Obama would bring up his lack of experience. But the primary is a whole different ballgame than the general election. It'll be funny if McCain picks Romney after all the attacking of McCain that Romney did in the primary.I agree with Mario's sentiments about Hillary. She's the most annoying politician EVER.
Most annoying ever? Seriously? EVER ever? No. Not even close. She's not even in the top 5 most annoying Presidential candidates this year.
Well, it's subjective. I guess everyone is annoyed in different ways. The part about her that annoyed me was her insistence on staying in the race and acting like she was winning when it was pretty clear that she lost way back in February. I know, it's good that all the states had a say, but really the math didn't add up for her after the February primaries.
I'd like to see McCain pick Chuck Hagel.
Well, if it's not Romney, Giuliani or Thompson, I'll have to MSPaint a card for McCain's VP pick.
You are right! And CNN too... I think i will collect politician cards too beside basketball cards.
Well, yes, the general election is different from the primaries--where Hillary proved she could win key states. Obama did not. We hope everyone will be pleased with the election of Grampy McSame as our next president. Hey! At least we have his Topps card.
I don't want to have a long debate, but I have to disagree with you, Patricia. Hillary did not prove that she could win "key states". I assume that by key states, you're talking about Ohio and Pennsylvania, since Hillary was touting her wins in those states the most. She only proved that she could win the Democratic primary in those states. She wasn't on the ballot against a Republican. Since independents favored Obama in the primaries by a pretty decent margin, I'm inclined to think that Obama will do better in the general election than Hillary would have. Most people who voted in the primary (Democrats) would have supported either candidate.
"Democrats never agree on anything, that's why they're Democrats. If they agreed with each other, they would be Republicans." - Will Rogers Let's just wait till Hillary makes her speech on Tuesday to continue this discussion, mmmmkay?
I'm done. I just wanna talk about baseball cards :)
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