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To: Ronin

Can you say "Hello Hillary"?

I don't think so. Hitlery's plans are for 2008. It would take time for the 'rats to recover if or when Hanoi John publicly messes his pants. sKerry's implosion at this time would cause a great aura of doubt concerning the 'rat party that they could back a mad man.

I think that this worthless witch and her pandering husband have absolutely no interest in contesting this election at this time. They have ceded it to Bush, and it is in their best interests that sKerry lose.

Hitlery will be the hero in '08 to give leadership like the rising Phoenix to rescue the disillusioned that pinned their hopes to a moron. You can't have one without the other. If you get the shrew, you get the screw.

They are political partners, self-serving and arrogant. They could care less about the U.S., or the 'rat party. It is whatever benefits them. They will forego this twisted mess to lay a foundation to reclaim power.

Just my opinion.

blessings, bobo


16 posted on 08/26/2004 10:23:35 PM PDT by bobo1
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To: bobo1

But...Hillary won't fare well in the primaries. Running around, giving stump speeches, answering direct questions isn't her best game face. Presumably someone else in the party will challenge her for the nomination...Al Sharpton? Edwards? Howie Dean? I can't think that they'd just give her the nod right off the bat. So, really, she might be better off replacing Kerry on this ticket. Sure, she's starting late, but republican voters have concentrated on how awful Kerry is. The party would have to think up some new ads, etc.. Hill would ride in on her white horse, and if Kerry engineered his exit well, the MSM would annoint her Queen of the Universe immediately.


21 posted on 08/27/2004 3:55:53 PM PDT by hershey
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