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LWolf Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-12-07 10:03 AM
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9. In the spirit of fairness,
I am happy to hold Obama and HRC equally accountable for their words, and to criticize them equally harshly for being unable take a clear stance on anything without prevarication.

I'll be happy to do so myself. I'll take a clear stance: neither of them get my vote.

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  -Why won't Obama answer the question? cuke  Nov-12-07 01:38 AM   #0 
  - No frontrunner should EVER answer that question.  aquart   Nov-12-07 01:50 AM   #1 
  - I understand that, and I do agree with your main point  cuke   Nov-12-07 01:56 AM   #3 
  - And she was also asked because they knew she wouldn't answer.  aquart   Nov-13-07 12:59 PM   #16 
  - Well, anybody but Kucinich.  NCevilDUer   Nov-12-07 02:02 AM   #4 
  - Kucinich is not a 'frontrunner'  Freddie Stubbs   Nov-12-07 08:58 AM   #8 
     - So the frontrunners should all share the message that the US has the right  NCevilDUer   Nov-12-07 10:16 AM   #10 
        - So, the biggest obstacle of Kucinich becoming the frontrunner is Bush not dropping a nuke on Iran?  Freddie Stubbs   Nov-13-07 05:32 AM   #15 
        - Front runner status at this stage means nothing  inthebrain   Nov-13-07 01:06 PM   #18 
           - Kerry was not stuck in single digits in November 2003  Freddie Stubbs   Nov-13-07 01:17 PM   #21 
        - Okay, you're missing something REALLY vital.  aquart   Nov-13-07 01:06 PM   #19 
  - I second that. Clinton and Obama should not answer this question at all-nt  sampsonblk   Nov-13-07 01:02 PM   #17 
  - I think Obama and Hillary are finished  inthebrain   Nov-12-07 01:54 AM   #2 
  - Maybe, with more experience, he'll be able to answer hard questions.  MethuenProgressive   Nov-12-07 06:43 AM   #5 
  - Apples to apples.  jefferson_dem   Nov-12-07 06:57 AM   #6 
  - And she got heat for that on DU  cuke   Nov-12-07 12:16 PM   #11 
     - Then...we agree~!  jefferson_dem   Nov-12-07 02:44 PM   #12 
  - the term "double standard" comes to mind  Skip Intro   Nov-12-07 08:55 AM   #7 
  - In the spirit of fairness,  LWolf   Nov-12-07 10:03 AM   #9 
  - Could it be because he doesn't know the answer...  CyberPieHole   Nov-13-07 01:25 AM   #13 
  - I wouldn't expect any candidate to answer that question. nt  Basileus Basileon   Nov-13-07 01:29 AM   #14 
  - He's right not to answer that question  MonkeyFunk   Nov-13-07 01:08 PM   #20 

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