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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    And Sarah Palin never said "I can see Russia from my house." But it's funnier that way.

    Quayle was absolutely useless, which is why he almost got replaced in '92....

    Why do I even bother? The conservatives here will defend to the death anybody who writes an "R" after their name.

    Well, actually that was Tina Fey playing Palin that said that....Look it up....As for why you bother? Hell I don't know, does that mean you are done with actual debate, and headed back to DailyKOS, or DU? Nice knowin' ya.....


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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    If Palin ever became the US Ambassador to Russia...do you think she would try to work from home?
    As usual liberals are never genuine, even in their attacks....


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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by StillBallin75 View Post
    Yes, but for whatever reason he went along with it.
    Being a gentleman....

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Well, actually that was Tina Fey playing Palin that said that....Look it up...
    I know it was Tina Fey. Which is why I said that Palin never said that. Do you read?

    I like the joke about working from home. What's funny is that Moscow (where the embassy is), is about the same distance from Vladivostok as it is from Nova Scotia.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    Dream Scenario: Palin-Bachmann run as an independent ticket.
    LOL!

    this reminds of the month or so shrill chrissy matthews devoted to HIS dream, the kerry-mccain ballot of 04

    chrissy is astonishingly immature

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    the very real problem the Republicans have is that the type of candidate who most appeals to their activist base is also the least appealing to the Independents who are needed to win the election.
    that's what they said about dear ronnie

    THE TIMES called for reagan

    the times TODAY are SCREAMING

    you can't hear?

    in other words, we'll see

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by Cole View Post
    You are being a bit misleading, eh?
    now, how can a LINK be misleading?

    it is what it is, exactly as huffpo reported

    bachmann was a prodigious, record setting fundraiser in the last quarter of last year

    the rest of what you say is true, at least, according to huffpo (and politico and fox and a buncha other sources i chose not to paste, they all said the same thing)

    keep up the good work, friend

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    on his first day in office mitch daniels in indiana ended collective bargaining

    Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels Is Tough On Budgets : NPR

    in november of 08, on the very day barry won the hoosier state, daniels was reelected by almost twenty percent

    Daniels re-elected as Indiana governor - UPI.com

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    There is not one. If you look at Michigan, Wisconsin and Ohio's governors, all have suffered significant losses in popularity among Independents because of their anti-union activities. That may make them more popular to the right wing leaning base, but it works against them for November.

    A lot will depend on if Palin runs. Then it depends on if Romney can score a few early wins and if there will be a STOP MITT effort uniting the more conservative tea party wing against him.

    I think the strongest ticket they can assemble to win in November is Romney & Christie.
    Who was the front running in 2008?

    Obama wasn't the democrat front runner when he went in, but he won a lot of states early on. I thought Rudy was going to do a lot better. I kind of thought he was the front runner, but IDK... Huckabee won a bunch of the southern states, and the far right candidate will win those states again. It just depends on the states... maybe Mitt and another will cut it close.

    I never thought we would end up with Obama and McCain though... that was surprising.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Obama was not as unknown as all that really. Hell, he had already been a speaker at a DNC convention. He had name recognition for democrats already. Even with that, it took a painfully bad campaign by Clinton for him to get the nomination.
    That one speech was a doosey. And it was the linchpin that provided his launch to stardom.

    Overall, think Hillary was the much better qualified candidate. McCain was lame. Was the result of Romney/Huckabey splitting the more vialble options. Either would have been better.

    Obama probably deserved to win as the better of two poor choices. Romney would have been OK. Hillary would not have been a bad alternative. What we ended up with is simply an excellent campaign by the Obama handlers in conjunction with a media that was determined to get the fella elected.

    Just an opinion...

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