PlannerGirl said:Im looking forward to voting Bush out of office!
Floridays said:Watching him speak is like seeing a puppet dangling from strings. I mean, look at his EYES sometime. They are just...blank.
Chet said:I agree with EG - Bush should shed some deadwood ...
el Guapo said:Gotta give the man credit, Edwards will enhance the ticket.
If the Republicans are smart (and I'm not saying they are) Cheney will resign "for the good of the ticket," Rumsfeld will also fall on his sword and take over as Whitehouse Chief of Staff and W should pick J.C. Watts for his running mate. J.C. would kick ass and out charm Edwards as well as capturing the 10 to 20 person black Republican vote.
jordanb said:Also Edwards will help Kerry by having the ability to attract crush votes from female voters. Something which I'm afraid will be quite impossible for Kerry. ;-)
el Guapo said:J.C.(Watts) would kick ass and out charm Edwards as well as capturing the 10 to 20 person black Republican vote.
pete-rock said:With a little research, I found out that J.C. Watts belongs to an even larger group than BLACKS.
J.C. is a founding member of Conservatives Organized against Liberals and Orchestrating a Republican Election Despite our Skin (COLOREDS).
PlannerGirl said:Being a NC girl I cant tell you how thrilled I was when the news hit this AM on the way to work. Im sure the other drivers thought I was having some sort of attack-jumping around in my car all excited. :-D
Im looking forward to voting Bush out of office!
Chet said:... I agree with EG - Bush should shed some deadwood and liven things up in his camp or the conservatives may let this one slip through.
Cardinal said:There are many conservatives, or at least Republicans, who are very upset over Bush's handling of the economy. Frankly, my attraction to the Republicans was for the most part attributable to their traditional fiscal policies (or at least rhetoric). Clinton actually did a much better job than Bush has on controlling federal spending. Bush is seen by many Republicans as profligate in spending and irresponsible in pushing through his tax cuts. He may find very lukeward support among many in his supposed base.
Dan said:Well, John Edwards' ability to talk to dead people, he should be able to find out.
pete-rock said:True, but for every fiscal conservative who cringes over the Administration's handling of the economy and federal budget, there's at least one social conservative who's more concerned with having a President who projects an international image of strength, is guided by a strong moral compass, and fights abortion and gay marriage vigorously.......
otterpop said:Edwards is a good choice. Hopefully the Democrats can send the President-Select back to Crawford, Texas, after the election.
PlannerGirl said:The One I never said Edwards would carry NC but I think he stands a damn strong chance of it.
Gedunker said:I've heard the talking heads state that Edwards will help in swing states in the midwest (Ohio, Mich, Ill, Mo, and IA), and as we have a lot of members from these states I'm wondering what the impression may be?
Interestingly, Indiana hasn't been carried by a democrat since LBJ... :-|