To: SpookBrat; Elkiejg; floriduh voter; Frances_Marion; gatorman; livius; Amore; seekthetruth; ...
posted on 10/20/2002 8:13:19 AM PDT
Terry McAuliffe, huh?.....
To: summer; All
Summer, you can bet your buttons that McSnide and co. are salivating over the prospect of a state income tax.
My knees are knocking because of this election. I hope everyone will do their best to help get out the Republican vote. We all know what dems mean when the say they are going to get out the vote. Dead voters, prison voters, unlawful absentee voters,paid voters and of course vote as often as you can.
posted on 10/20/2002 7:38:32 PM PDT
DNC = losers
McBribe = loser
Jeb = winner
posted on 10/21/2002 8:08:52 PM PDT
I watched the debate tonight, and I'm scared. McBride offered no specifics when Russert questioned him, in depth, on his tax proposals. He had the wildest "deer in the headlights look", but listen, he has the same kind of "new kid on the block" attraction that Ventura had when no one thought he had a chance to win in Minnesota. I think disgruntled, undecided people might be attracted to him.
McBride attacked Bush and attacked well. Rambling, but some of his points will stick in people's mind. Like, citing all the current problems and asking why Bush didn't fix them. McBride did that several times, plus... remember, it's always easy to go after the incumbant. Talking heads say this is the year incumbant governors will be thrown out of office because of the economic slowdow that has affected many state governments.
And McBride was absolutely charming when Tim asked about the PResident coming down to support Gov. Bush. McBride was said if he had a brother running for office, he would support him too, and McBride was very respectful of President Bush. McBride's military record is an important plus.
McBride is obviously unqualified, uninformed, and naive. He has no solutions, and he seems to know it's a fluke that he's even in the race, in over his head. He did remind me of Perot's running mate..the "why am I here" guy. But all that said,
If republicans in Florida stay home, I fear Bush could lose this thing.
posted on 10/22/2002 8:05:33 PM PDT
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