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who will run with Barack Posted on 03-11-2008
NECKBONE

Okay, yes im a Clinton supporter, however, im also a realist. and its clear to see that Obama is gonna win the nomination. so who should he run with? I think the most clear choices are Bill Richardson, Wesley Clark, or John Edwards.
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TSUblueTiger replied on 03-11-2008 03:24PM [Reply]
I think Obama and Edwards would make a great team. If not Edwards, I would probably say Wesley Clark. I think he can be value added with respect to **** matters.
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replied on 03-11-2008 03:25PM [Reply]
Dayum, you just left your homegurl Hilary, hangin'...that's just cold. But on a less jovial note, I believe that Obama should run with John Edwards, hands down. With John Edwards, he'd have a serious stance against McCain.
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NECKBONE replied on 03-11-2008 05:28PM [Reply]
I'm not leavin her hangin, like i said im a realist and i voted for her in the maryland primary, but she's not gonna win the nomination. And i cant go for anymore republican rule. And i think General Wesley Clark would be the best choice with his **** experience.
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SuperFly replied on 03-11-2008 07:50PM [Reply]
I'm willing to gamble that he'll go for John Edwards. There's no way in hell he'd go for Hillary, even though she'd probably be tuggin' on his pant leg like a crack fiend just to get a taste of some kind of Presidential power. No one else really makes any damn sense for him to run with.
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smc112 replied on 03-11-2008 08:39PM [Reply]
SuperFly wrote:
I'm willing to gamble that he'll go for John Edwards. There's no way in hell he'd go for Hillary, even though she'd probably be tuggin' on his pant leg like a crack fiend just to get a taste of some kind of Presidential power. No one else really makes any damn sense for him to run with.
No, she will try to be the "mini" president not vice-president. She will try to run the show. So most definitely he shouldn't pick her as his running mate.
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smc112 replied on 03-11-2008 08:39PM [Reply]
I think that he should pick John Edwards. That will be a good ticket.
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SuperFly replied on 03-11-2008 08:46PM [Reply]
I need to go to barber school so I can get some of that $400 he's shellin out per haircut.
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smc112 replied on 03-11-2008 08:51PM [Reply]
i*heart*pie wrote:
With John Edwards, he'd have a serious stance against McCain.
He already has a serious stance against McCain. The staunch republicans hate McCain. You will see a lot of them supporting Obama. It is interesting that President Bush waited to the last minute to endorse McCain, as if he didn't have any choice. When McCain ran out of money, the President could have easily fundraised money for McCain but he didn't. Seriously, I don't think Bush is in favor of McCain. It makes me think that McCain might be alright, if the Republicans don't like him. They feel that he is a liberal in disguise.
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SuperFly replied on 03-11-2008 11:33PM [Reply]
Staunch Republicans wouldn't necessarily vote for Obama. Staunch Republicans think that McCain is too liberal, however when posed with Barack Obama or Hilary Clinton as the alternative, they'll gladly take what they can get on their own side of the aisle.
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