• comment on a post So, Not Bayh, Then? over 6 years ago

    Go Clark! Sign the petition at ObamaClark.com and join the Facebook group.

    He combines, executive experience, foreign policy experience, southern, latino and religious appeal an more!

    Also he could say "John McCain says he knows how to win wars? Well I've actually won them." (1.5 million people saved from genocide, 0 casualties)

  • on a comment on Poll & VP over 6 years ago

    I disagree on Lieberman becuase of that recent J Street poll that showed Obama to be twice as popular among jews as lieberman is.

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  • on a comment on Poll & VP over 6 years ago

    Clark was my top choice precisely cause he was making that national security argument against mccain.

    He also brings strong internationalist foreign policy cred to the game, which where i think obamas heading.

    I just feel like the controversy over his comments outweighed their content.

    errgh.

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  • on a comment on Poll & VP over 6 years ago

    Warner was my original pick.

    I'd reorder and say:

    Biden- Pick
    Richardson- Strong Possibility
    Schweitzer- Dark Horse

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  • on a comment on Poll & VP over 6 years ago

    RICHARDSON WOULD BE A GREAT CHOICE!Its a great electoral startegy and the man plainly knows what hes talking bout better than anyone out there.

    Two issues:
    1)Rumors of some serious infidelity.
    2)Guys a horrific campaigner.

    It would also take a lot of balls to run an all minority ticket.

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  • on a comment on Poll & VP over 6 years ago

    Agreed.

    I was very opposed to Clinton in the primary, but I always said that if she won, she'd be the smartest and most able President we've had in the last 50 years.

    Bill would just be too much of a risk of overshadowing obama.

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  • on a comment on Poll & VP over 6 years ago

    I agree he does a great job in that video. I prefer Biden but I think they'd both be fine. My one caveat with Bayh is that I'm not sure he and obama get along well.

    I also really like Schweitzer in that he could make the argument that understands middle eastern culture and economics better than any candidate we've ever had. He also has an extremely firm grip on energy and environmental policy.

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  • comment on a post Obama's Coat Tails Strategy over 6 years ago

    I think this is a pretty effective strategy, kinda like what David Paterson's doing in New York State and it seems like it will be a pretty effective strategy.

    It's also very civil, which goes along with Obama's message.

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  • comment on a post Kristol: Please Pretend I'm Not A Hypocrite over 6 years ago

    It really amazing that a candidate like McCain, who exemplifies this complete hypocrisy gets such a free ride from the media.

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  • I think weve found our phrase for the election:

    John McCain is AFRAID to talk to foreign leaders.

    Just brilliant.

  • comment on a post Faith and Politics for a Sunday Evening over 6 years ago

    powerful sermon man. These are difficult issues to grapple with and i think you've handled it pretty well. I really enjoyed it.

  • comment on a post Serving Obama's Army over 7 years ago

    As a 17 year old who will be able to vote for the first time in 08 I've got to say that among my peers there is overwhelming support for Obama. Neither Clinton nor Edwards has drawn much attention. (Clinton because she seems a little overbearing and Edwards because he reminds us of 2004) While most of these students in the Obama group might just be facebook addicts, the popularity of the group still shows that Obama can bring out a much larger youth vote. Even if they are not going to get out and vollunteer for Obama there's a much better chance that they'll get out and vote for him than for any of the other democratic candidates.

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