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To: hershey

Think of it, it would mean certain death to Obama if he were elected Pres by the Dems and she were his VP.


20 posted on 07/22/2007 5:46:10 AM PDT by NordP (HUNTER: "The real question for Mexico--Why are your people crossing burning deserts to get away?")
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To: NordP
Obama if he were elected Pres by the Dems and she were his VP.

I can see it now.. angry white man kills first black president. Investigation into assasination cancelled by Herself, with no mention in papers or msm.

27 posted on 07/22/2007 5:58:32 AM PDT by ran20
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To: NordP

Personally, I think Hillary’s huge ego would prevent her from accepting the V.P. position. She has been planning this for so long that it would be a devastating blow. Don’t forget, she’s a socio-path. More then likely, Obama would be in trouble just before he got the nomination. His plane would probably crash on the way to accepting the nomination. I really don’t think there is anyway Obama could take the nomination from Hillary, too many of the big players have been planning this for too long.

By the way, did you notice how Ophra recently endorsed Obama? It is very unusual for her to get into politics. Even though I think Ophra going a bit off the deep end playing the Diva, I believe in her heart of hearts she is a decent woman deep down. Personally, I believe the reason why she got behind Obama is not because he is black, no, I think it is because she senses that there is something terribly wrong with Hillary, but she can’t come out and say it because too much of her success depends on Hollywood’s liberals.


256 posted on 07/23/2007 7:06:07 PM PDT by rodeo-mamma
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