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jcrew2001 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jun-20-07 07:04 PM
Response to Reply #27
28. But will anti-Hillary Dems stick with her or go with Bloomberg?
There's a strong anti-Hillary movement in the Democratic party and they might look for an alternative.
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  -Bloomberg vs. Hillary vs. Rudy ???? jcrew2001  Jun-19-07 07:24 PM   #0 
  - Run, Al, run  SharonRB   Jun-19-07 07:25 PM   #1 
  - I'm hoping for a Rudy GOP nomination  LBJDemocrat   Jun-19-07 07:27 PM   #2 
  - Replace Rudy with Romney and you got it right.  CK_John   Jun-19-07 07:28 PM   #3 
  - I'd vote for bloomberg over Hillary. He is more liberal than her  illinoisprogressive   Jun-19-07 07:36 PM   #4 
  - So would I. And Hillary is even to the right of Rudy.  CTD   Jun-19-07 07:39 PM   #6 
     - on what issue or issues is Hillary to the right of Rudy?  orangepeel68   Jun-19-07 08:05 PM   #8 
        - Gay rights to name one.  CTD   Jun-19-07 08:18 PM   #11 
           - Personally, I don't see it.  orangepeel68   Jun-19-07 08:43 PM   #15 
           - Hillary even refused to comment on Gen Pace's comments about the immorality of gays  CTD   Jun-19-07 09:03 PM   #16 
              - And what did Rudy say?  orangepeel68   Jun-19-07 10:23 PM   #17 
              - As did Obama (despite being asked three separate times by reporters that day) nt  draft_mario_cuomo   Jun-20-07 02:31 AM   #19 
              - She did not refuse comment.  rinsd   Jun-20-07 11:23 AM   #20 
           - Rudy no longer cares about gay rights as a Presidential candidate  rinsd   Jun-20-07 11:30 AM   #21 
  - With THOSE 3, I'd agree, But neither Rudy nor Hillary will get their party's nominations.  CTD   Jun-19-07 07:39 PM   #5 
  - Good grief - what is Bloomberg's name recognition west  DURHAM D   Jun-19-07 08:00 PM   #7 
  - a billion dollars of his own money will buy a lot of name recognition  orangepeel68   Jun-19-07 08:12 PM   #9 
     - Disenchanted Male republicans would vote for Bloomberg  jcrew2001   Jun-19-07 08:24 PM   #12 
  - That's the message I got today.  Catchawave   Jun-19-07 08:12 PM   #10 
  - So what is the message?  jcrew2001   Jun-19-07 08:26 PM   #13 
  - Yes, you just answered your own question  Catchawave   Jun-19-07 08:40 PM   #14 
  - Agree. Rudolf Giuliani is bruised by Bloomberg's competence whether  Old Crusoe   Jun-20-07 02:21 AM   #18 
  - Well Hillary is currently winning the battle of NY handily over both of them  rinsd   Jun-20-07 11:32 AM   #22 
  - New york should go democratic  jcrew2001   Jun-20-07 12:13 PM   #23 
     - Polling for the 3 - way is limited at this time but I have some thoughts  rinsd   Jun-20-07 01:45 PM   #25 
        - But the Male swing voter doesn't want to vote GOP this time  jcrew2001   Jun-20-07 06:06 PM   #26 
           - You are assuming too much  rinsd   Jun-20-07 06:10 PM   #27 
              - But will anti-Hillary Dems stick with her or go with Bloomberg?  jcrew2001   Jun-20-07 07:04 PM   #28 
                 - That's my point.  rinsd   Jun-20-07 07:22 PM   #29 
                    - Hillary needs the 33% of registered Democrats with her  jcrew2001   Jun-20-07 07:35 PM   #30 
                       - I have to disagree  rinsd   Jun-20-07 07:44 PM   #31 
                          - You're right - Hillary never had the male swing voter and never will  jcrew2001   Jun-20-07 09:00 PM   #32 
                             - In a 3 way race 50% isn't required to win though its always nice to have a majority.  rinsd   Jun-21-07 10:36 AM   #35 
                                - Bill won in 1992 with 43% of the vote  jcrew2001   Jun-21-07 01:49 PM   #36 
  - = President Giuliani. nt  onehandle   Jun-20-07 01:00 PM   #24 
  - New York City!?!?  rucky   Jun-20-07 09:20 PM   #33 
  - In the latest Quin poll  BenDavid   Jun-20-07 11:35 PM   #34 
 

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