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The Gathering Storm Against Giuliani (Known Pro-Life Activists vow to oppose him in the GENERAL)
CBN ^ | 3-28-07 | David Brody

Posted on 03/28/2007 8:14:18 AM PDT by TitansAFC

Here's a heads up for the Giuliani campaign. It's coming. It's coming very soon. Beware. Run for your lives! As I write this, there is plotting going among grassroots religious conservatives in New Hampshire, Iowa, South Carolina and many other states. They want to take down Rudy and they plan to do everything in their power to do it. I received this email from an influential Republican activist who, lets just say, has an extensive mailing list among the conservative grassroots network. Here's what he told me:

"If Rudy Giuliani is put up for President by the Stupid Party, I will work 40 hours a week as a volunteer to destroy his candidacy for President; that is how important the prolife position -- and other social issues-- is to many people of faith. Sure, the Evil Party might get control of the White House again, and the Stupid Party might therefore go the way of the Whig Party in the early 1800's, but so be it. The Republican Party must NEVER nominate a pro-abortion candidate. That would be far worse than the Republican Party putting up a pro-slavery candidate in the mid-1800's. That is how strong many of us feel David. Many of us will also be putting in 40 hours a week during the primary/caucus season to defeat Giuliani at all costs."

Tough words. Don't think for a second that these activists aren't serious. They are. They know Rudy is getting some traction from social conservatives and they are not going to take for granted that Giuliani will fade once his views are known. As these activists galvanize, they could star in a movie.


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---"Don't think for a second that these activists aren't serious. They are."---

I sure am. I'd much rather lose than have Rudy win. I know that I am not alone.

1 posted on 03/28/2007 8:14:20 AM PDT by TitansAFC
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To: narses; Spiff; flashbunny; Alberta's Child; EternalVigilance

ping.


2 posted on 03/28/2007 8:14:51 AM PDT by TitansAFC ("My 80% enemy is not my 20% friend" -- Common Sense)
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To: TitansAFC

Had to happen, as I've said all along.

The alternative is for America to be stuck with two evil parties, and no conservative party.


3 posted on 03/28/2007 8:17:05 AM PDT by EternalVigilance (Have your eco-sins forgiven: .Buy Carbon Indulgences!)
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To: TitansAFC

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1746434/posts
Last Chance for Right to Life Act HR 552 (Congressional Action Alert)

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1781684/posts
Duncan Hunter proposes Right to Life Bill


4 posted on 03/28/2007 8:17:19 AM PDT by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: TitansAFC

A few months ago, I thought I could vote for Rudy, but not McVain. Now I think the opposite is true. I don't see McVain driven to abuse power. I do see that tendency very strongly in Rudy. Rudy also seems to believe he is above the law. Combine the two, and IMO he would be a very dangerous man to have in the Oval Office.


5 posted on 03/28/2007 8:17:23 AM PDT by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: TitansAFC
Harvesting Fetal Body Parts
6 posted on 03/28/2007 8:17:56 AM PDT by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: Coleus; MHGinTN

Prolife


7 posted on 03/28/2007 8:18:53 AM PDT by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: dirtboy

"Rudy also seems to believe he is above the law."
Replace "Rudy" with "Bush", "Cheney", "Rove", etc., and your quote could have come from the progressive democrat book of talking points.


8 posted on 03/28/2007 8:19:49 AM PDT by Buck W. (If you push something hard enough, it will fall over.)
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To: TitansAFC

Another election when the big thinkers are working to defeat republicans.


9 posted on 03/28/2007 8:22:32 AM PDT by tkathy
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To: dirtboy

A few months ago, I thought I could vote for Rudy, but not McVain. Now I think the opposite is true. I don't see McVain driven to abuse power. I do see that tendency very strongly in Rudy. Rudy also seems to believe he is above the law.


I agree. I thought I'd never vote for McCain, but now I see there are worse alternatives. Giuliani is scary in the same way Hillary is although he's not as shrill.


10 posted on 03/28/2007 8:22:55 AM PDT by freedomfiter2 (Duncan Hunter '08 Pro family, pro life, pro second Amendment, not a control freak.)
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To: TitansAFC
Thanks for the ping, Titans . . .

And if anyone here thinks the statements you see there at the top of this thread are harsh, just remember that gun rights advocates are even MORE zealous over their major issue than the pro-life folks are.

11 posted on 03/28/2007 8:23:12 AM PDT by Alberta's Child (Can money pay for all the days I lived awake but half asleep?)
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To: TitansAFC

Not that I'm a huge Rudy fan or anything, but you'd rather have "Evil" (as admitted to by this email) run the country than "Stupid"?

Sorry... but this just proves how "Stupid" this composer of this email is.

We see what ceding control of the Congress has done for us. I thought the Republican Congress was inept and out of control (spending wise), but the Democrats promise to show us a whole new level of insanity as we've seen in the last few months since they were "throned".

Maybe some day we will have 60% conservatives in Congress and Reagan reincarnated as President.

But until then, you can bet that Planned Parenthood is going to get more and more dough from Ms. Pelosi and Ms. Clinton (or Mr. Obama). And your taxes will go up. And you will have more pork and a bigger welfare state. Perhaps the Fairness Doctrine will rear its ugly head again. Cut and Run from every part of the globe. Our troops will get the shaft (more like dagger in their backs). Terrorist acts against those of us who are Born, as well as those who are Unborn. Allowing all of that is just plain Evil IMHO.


12 posted on 03/28/2007 8:23:54 AM PDT by rom (Dateline lied, trucks died!)
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To: tkathy

---"Another election when the big thinkers are working to defeat republicans.'---

Dude, seriously - if it's Rudy, I'm with them.

There is no victory with Rudy running the GOPp - none. Zip, zero, nada.


13 posted on 03/28/2007 8:24:18 AM PDT by TitansAFC ("My 80% enemy is not my 20% friend" -- Common Sense)
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To: freedomfiter2

I never thought that McCain could look better. But I must agree with you.


14 posted on 03/28/2007 8:25:01 AM PDT by dforest (Liberals love crisis, create crisis and then dwell on them.)
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To: Buck W.
Replace "Rudy" with "Bush", "Cheney", "Rove", etc., and your quote could have come from the progressive democrat book of talking points.

Except for the fact that Rudy HAS acted above the law quite often.

He defied a court order to end NYC's sanctuary city policy.

He carted off his official records away from public access, in defiance of the law.

And he released a police shooting victim's juvenile records without a court order.

He shows the same contempt for open records laws as the Clintons. And also shows the same propensity to make illegal use of what should be confidential records to attack opponents.

15 posted on 03/28/2007 8:25:24 AM PDT by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: tkathy

I believe you are confusing the Log Cabin Republicans with Conservatives.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Log_Cabin_Republicans
Log Cabin Republicans campaigned AGAINST Bush in 2004.

Log Cabin (Republicans) need to account for where they got the money to fund the $1M ad campaign against President Bush in 2004 in key battleground states. This is a Federally-regulated organization (IRS and FEC rules apply!), but they have never documented where this money came from.


17 posted on 03/28/2007 8:25:51 AM PDT by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: tkathy
"Another election when the big thinkers are working to defeat republicans."


Yep. Republicans love to eat their own, especially if it leads to the election of you know who.

All in the name of teaching the Republicans a lesson.

I hope these "All or Nothings" are happy when SHE takes the oath in January 2009 and thugs like Chavez, the nut job in Iran, Bin Laden, etc. send their congratulatory messages.
18 posted on 03/28/2007 8:26:44 AM PDT by The South Texan (The Drive By Media is America's worst enemy and American people don't know it.)
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To: Alberta's Child
And if anyone here thinks the statements you see there at the top of this thread are harsh, just remember that gun rights advocates are even MORE zealous over their major issue than the pro-life folks are.

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Yes. There are a number of very good reasons to oppose Giuliani.

19 posted on 03/28/2007 8:29:02 AM PDT by trisham (Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
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To: TitansAFC; massadvj
The liberal Rudybot fans will be here soon to remind us that they don't need us anymore. As someone told me yesterday, the republican party doesn't need social conservatives anymore to win elections, and according to them, no amount of grassroots effort is going to change that.

Here's a quote from FReeper massadvj:

"Inside the party they know that a social conservative cannot win this year. The stars have realigned, and that is that."

Yeah, let's see how the liberal RINO's do without our support!
20 posted on 03/28/2007 8:31:54 AM PDT by dmw (Aren't you glad you use common sense, don't you wish everybody did?)
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To: The South Texan

Using the term "All or Nothings" to describe people who are opposed to a candidate who is a credible conservative on no more than 20-25% of the issues is one of the most idiotic things I've ever seen here on this site.


21 posted on 03/28/2007 8:33:22 AM PDT by Alberta's Child (Can money pay for all the days I lived awake but half asleep?)
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To: TitansAFC

....but there's "victory" in having Hillary running things for 8 years? Making Supreme nominations for 8 years? Go ahead oppose the GOP candidate and see how things are in 2016.

I will push for and support whatever Republican candidate I will in the primaries......but I'll never attempt to help Hillary into the big House by opposing the GOP nominee in the general, whoever it will be.

Even if it's Rudy.
Even if it's McCain.
Even if it's Romney.

....or any of the other "maybe"/"might be"/"thinkin' about it" candidates.


22 posted on 03/28/2007 8:36:36 AM PDT by ElectricStrawberry (27th Infantry Regiment....cut in half during the Clinton years......WOLFHOUNDS!!!!)
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To: TitansAFC

....but there's "victory" in having Hillary running things for 8 years? Making Supreme nominations for 8 years? Go ahead oppose the GOP candidate and see how things are in 2016.

I will push for and support whatever Republican candidate I will in the primaries......but I'll never attempt to help Hillary into the big House by opposing the GOP nominee in the general, whoever it will be.

Even if it's Rudy.
Even if it's McCain.
Even if it's Romney.

....or any of the other "maybe"/"might be"/"thinkin' about it" candidates.


23 posted on 03/28/2007 8:36:52 AM PDT by ElectricStrawberry (27th Infantry Regiment....cut in half during the Clinton years......WOLFHOUNDS!!!!)
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To: dmw
Not voting for Rudy or Romney in any election.

I could vote for McCain though. Only partly because crazy people are fun.

24 posted on 03/28/2007 8:37:31 AM PDT by JohnnyZ ("I respect and will protect a woman's right to choose" -- Mitt Romney, April 2002)
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To: Alberta's Child
And if anyone here thinks the statements you see there at the top of this thread are harsh, just remember that gun rights advocates are even MORE zealous over their major issue than the pro-life folks are.
 
Rudy's big problem is not that he is too liberal on a few issues but that he is unapologetically liberal on the 3 issues that are most likely to have hardcore single issue voters, life, guns, and gay rights. He is a charismatic and attractive candidate who may pull a lot of moderates and Democrats in the NE and Rust Belt  but it may not be enough to make up for what he loses in key states like Arkansas, Missouri or New Mexico.

 

25 posted on 03/28/2007 8:37:56 AM PDT by azcap
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To: ElectricStrawberry

---"...but there's "victory" in having Hillary running things for 8 years? Making Supreme nominations for 8 years? Go ahead oppose the GOP candidate and see how things are in 2016..."---

What country do you live in where Presidents serve eight year terms?

Rudy's Supreme Court nominees, by the way, would be no better for Social Conservatives. anyone suggesting otherwise is full of crap.


26 posted on 03/28/2007 8:40:10 AM PDT by TitansAFC ("My 80% enemy is not my 20% friend" -- Common Sense)
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To: ElectricStrawberry

---"...but there's "victory" in having Hillary running things for 8 years? Making Supreme nominations for 8 years? Go ahead oppose the GOP candidate and see how things are in 2016..."---

What country do you live in where Presidents serve eight year terms?

Rudy's Supreme Court nominees, by the way, would be no better for Social Conservatives. anyone suggesting otherwise is full of crap.


27 posted on 03/28/2007 8:40:13 AM PDT by TitansAFC ("My 80% enemy is not my 20% friend" -- Common Sense)
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To: rom
Not that I'm a huge Rudy fan or anything, but you'd rather have "Evil" (as admitted to by this email) run the country than "Stupid"?

The reason Democrats/progressives are classified "Evil" is they are activists, who want to do things - even if not actually laid down as "things to be done" in the Consitution.

And as his critics and supporters have pointed out, Hizzoner is exactly that kind of go-getter who gets things done, by whatever means necessary.

28 posted on 03/28/2007 8:41:19 AM PDT by Oztrich Boy (Being a political pundit is so easy anyone can do it, And does)
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To: TitansAFC

Pro-lifers should check-out his web site where Turdiano reaffirms his worship of abortion: "Rudy Giuliani .....believes that (abortion) is a decision between a woman, her doctor, her family, and her God".

This liberal dumbo reiterates his obeisance to abortion-on-demand. Rudeo is still on his knees, puckered up to his abortion-on-demand cronies.


29 posted on 03/28/2007 8:43:02 AM PDT by Liz (Hunter: For some candidates, a conservative constituency is an inconvenience. For me, it is my hope.)
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To: TitansAFC
The Forbes endorsement ends the discussion. Rudy is in.
30 posted on 03/28/2007 9:17:02 AM PDT by Phlap (REDNECK@LIBARTS.EDU)
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To: TitansAFC

"I sure am. I'd much rather lose than have Rudy win. I know that I am not alone."

Rudy would destroy the GOP more than any democrat ever could.


31 posted on 03/28/2007 9:26:39 AM PDT by flashbunny (<--- Free Anti-Rino graphics! See Rudy the Rino get exposed as a liberal with his own words!)
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To: Alberta's Child

Your logic is one of the most idiotic things I have seen on this site.


32 posted on 03/28/2007 9:26:41 AM PDT by Parley Baer
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To: TitansAFC

I don't think these people have the juice to stop Rudy.


33 posted on 03/28/2007 9:28:10 AM PDT by Jim Noble (But that's why they play the games)
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To: Parley Baer

What "logic" are you talking about?


34 posted on 03/28/2007 9:28:47 AM PDT by Alberta's Child (Can money pay for all the days I lived awake but half asleep?)
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To: TitansAFC
If Rudy Giuliani is put up for President by the Stupid Party, I will work 40 hours a week as a volunteer to destroy his candidacy for President; that is how important the prolife position -- and other social issues-- is to many people of faith.

As will I. Millions will go from enthusiastic Republican voters to working against its nominee if Giuliani wins the nomination.

35 posted on 03/28/2007 9:28:59 AM PDT by Ol' Sparky
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To: rom; EternalVigilance

I'll quote Eternal in response to you: "The alternative is for America to be stuck with two evil parties, and no conservative party."


36 posted on 03/28/2007 9:31:01 AM PDT by Ingtar (...right wing conservatives are growing tired of crawling on bloody stumps looking for scraps - JRob)
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To: TitansAFC

What country do YOU live in where "victory" includes helping the opposing candidate win......and if you think a Hillary Presidency won't be for 8 years.....you really ARE in another country.

Yeah yeah...everyone other than you is full of crap.....


37 posted on 03/28/2007 9:34:58 AM PDT by ElectricStrawberry (27th Infantry Regiment....cut in half during the Clinton years......WOLFHOUNDS!!!!)
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To: TitansAFC

wow wee..gathering storm huh?


38 posted on 03/28/2007 9:36:10 AM PDT by bkepley
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To: rom

What? Just because someone puts an 'R' after their name it does not make them immune to doing evil. It might just change how much you are willing to accept. Rudy is far enough to the left on issues which count (guns, abortion, no gay 'marriage') that he might as well run as a Democrat.


39 posted on 03/28/2007 9:42:02 AM PDT by Smokin' Joe (How often God must weep at humans' folly.)
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To: dmw
Inside the party they know that a social conservative cannot win this year. The stars have realigned, and that is that

I did not say I liked it. I said it was so. Given the front-loading of the primaries, and all the structural changes that favor a moneyed candidate versus a grass-roots candidate, do you dent that this is so?

You may or may not decide the leave the party because you feel the party has passed conservatives by. That is up to you. I can't say that I would blame you if you bolt. I have considered myself several times in the past. But I just believe that with western civilization in the crosshairs of Islam, I cannot take actions that are going to help Hitlery and the defeatists.

Please don't kill mey. I am just the mesenger.

40 posted on 03/28/2007 9:49:11 AM PDT by massadvj
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To: TitansAFC
It pains me to see so many vows of undying resistance to Operation Rudy, even if he's the nominee—partly because I'm emotionally pulled both ways.

But the reality we all must face, whichever way it cuts (for Rudy or against him), is that for most Americans, and in reality, the only issue that really matters is 9/11. How we deal with that will determine the survival of America and the West. Today, we are in Sparta's shoes. The only question worth asking is, "Who will do a better job of killing our enemies?"

41 posted on 03/28/2007 9:53:35 AM PDT by SamuraiScot
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To: Buck W.; dirtboy
Dirtboy said:"Rudy also seems to believe he is above the law."

Buck W said: Replace "Rudy" with "Bush", "Cheney", "Rove", etc., and your quote could have come from the progressive democrat book of talking points.

The point of the matter is this: Rudy has already proven he thinks he is above the law when he refused to comply with federal immigration laws. He also took, illegally, records from his time as Mayor of NYC and hid them, thereby denying the public the right to review them, this is illegal. Both of these incidents says Rudy thinks he is above the law. They are not manufactured incidents, they are real and factual. His record tells the story and if you are for Rudy you are not a conservative, republican maybe, but not conservative.

42 posted on 03/28/2007 9:53:49 AM PDT by calex59
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To: TitansAFC
"I'd much rather lose than have Rudy win. I know that I am not alone." No you are not alone but thank God there won't be enough of you to kill America off once and for all by putting the beast in the White house. It was people JUST like this that gave us the surrender date yesterday. You who followed this stupid "I'll stay home or vote democrat" path last November had better PRAY that W and the GOP can kill this bill.
You want worse? You think "Oh things CAN'T get worse!" Just stay home or contribute to a Democrat or vote Democrat.
On a scale of 1 to 100 if Rudy gives us 5 that will be 50 times what any Democrat will give us. Those who played the part of conservative useful idiots in November will have blood on their hands just as much as the Democrats will, if plastic face and dirty harry surrender.
Pro life? You're not more Pro life than I am, but in any situation like this, my Church says vote for the lesser of two evils. That's what I'll be doing.
43 posted on 03/28/2007 9:55:18 AM PDT by jmaroneps37 (google the "Verses of the Sword" to understand our Islamist enemies.)
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To: jmaroneps37

Voting for the lesser of two evils is wrong. Does the bible ask you to recognize an entity less evil than the devil but more so than God? No, it doesn't. Compromise is the reason the republican party is no longer the party of conservatives(conservative as defined by today's terms). Compromise IS surrender. You people who want to vote for Rudy are the ones surrendering, not those of us who want a real conservative to be nominated. Too bad you are too blind to see that fact.


44 posted on 03/28/2007 9:58:58 AM PDT by calex59
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To: calex59

"...if you are for Rudy you are not a conservative."
False proposition. Intellectual elitism is creeping in.
I am a Giuliani supporter. However, if Hunter, Romney, Thompson (either one), or Gingrich win the nomination, I would heartily support the winner.


45 posted on 03/28/2007 10:00:33 AM PDT by Buck W. (If you push something hard enough, it will fall over.)
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To: TitansAFC

Nominating Giuliani would redefine the Republican party right out of existence. It might still be called the Republican party, but it would be eviscerated and crawling with liberals.


46 posted on 03/28/2007 10:01:36 AM PDT by Graymatter (Support FREDeralism in 2008!)
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To: Ingtar

I will quote myself to you in response: "The time to weed RINOs out of the party is during the primaries, and NOT the general election".

Otherwise what you say makes no sense at all. I will work for the conservative cause during the primaries, but then will hold my nose and vote for the (R) in the general election.


47 posted on 03/28/2007 10:08:16 AM PDT by rom (Dateline lied, trucks died!)
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To: JohnnyZ
"Not voting for Rudy or Romney in any election. I could vote for McCain though. Only partly because crazy people are fun."

McCain would definitely give us crazy, I'll grant you that. ;^) If he gets the nomination, and I seriously doubt that he will, I will probably hold my nose and vote for him. Hopefully Fred Thompson gets in and we won't have to worry about any of the three you mentioned.
48 posted on 03/28/2007 10:08:25 AM PDT by dmw (Aren't you glad you use common sense, don't you wish everybody did?)
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To: Smokin' Joe

That's fine, and I have no quarrel with that. But he is to the right of Hillary on enough that if he makes it through the primaries (a big IF as far as I'm concerned) I will hold my nose and vote for him.

The time to get rid of Rudy is during the primaries, and not in the general election. I think that's where my stance differs from the scorched earth conservatives.

That's where I stand.


49 posted on 03/28/2007 10:12:04 AM PDT by rom (Dateline lied, trucks died!)
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To: TitansAFC
I'd much rather lose than have Rudy win. I know that I am not alone.

That's why its called the stupid party.

50 posted on 03/28/2007 10:44:26 AM PDT by Rudder
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