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civildisoBDence Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-08-08 08:19 PM
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31. He could be VERY brutal
He might remove them by killing everyone...he was so Old Testament and all.
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  -A simple compromise from King Solomon that Florida and Michigan can't refuse civildisoBDence  Mar-08-08 04:09 PM   #0 
  - Hmmmmm  Dinger   Mar-08-08 04:10 PM   #1 
  - Sounds ok to me, but how is that a compromise for FL?  spoony   Mar-08-08 04:13 PM   #2 
  - Bingo. The whole problem is that the candidates are the ones whose oxen would be gored  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 04:22 PM   #4 
     - I agree, that's the only solution at this point.  spoony   Mar-08-08 04:37 PM   #9 
        - And time is short--very short. n/t  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 04:40 PM   #11 
        - No one likes the simple way  surfin   Mar-08-08 04:46 PM   #16 
  - No caucus. Let everyone participate.  wlucinda   Mar-08-08 04:14 PM   #3 
  - Not a bad idea  Hippo_Tron   Mar-08-08 04:25 PM   #5 
  - No..  RoadRage   Mar-08-08 04:28 PM   #6 
  - Split 50/50 just about the same thing will be the outcome and we save all the money  surfin   Mar-08-08 04:47 PM   #18 
     - If the goal is to split 50/50 - then why do anything at all?  RoadRage   Mar-08-08 05:52 PM   #28 
  - Invalid elections in FL and MI should not have any effect on nomination  stahbrett   Mar-08-08 04:28 PM   #7 
  - I forget the exact numbers, but in order to reach 2025,  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 04:32 PM   #8 
     - The 2,025 number is the magic number to reach without FL and MI  stahbrett   Mar-08-08 04:41 PM   #12 
  - Except that when Obama campaigns in a state, his numbers jump  Vinca   Mar-08-08 04:38 PM   #10 
  - In a perfectly organized world, I'd agree...but remember what Will Rogers said:  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 04:46 PM   #17 
     - A very good point and, judging from this year, never more true. nt  Vinca   Mar-08-08 05:07 PM   #24 
        - Never more true, never more sad. n/t  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 05:27 PM   #27 
  - Florida is no compromise...  stillcool47   Mar-08-08 04:43 PM   #13 
  - Heard the best one but it takes common sense  surfin   Mar-08-08 04:43 PM   #14 
  - Actually, King Solomon would just cut both delegations in two and give both Candidates half  JackORoses   Mar-08-08 04:43 PM   #15 
  - That's what I thought with the thread title  SoonerPride   Mar-08-08 04:48 PM   #19 
     - Solomon's ruse only worked because the real mother had to think her child would die  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 04:49 PM   #20 
     - well Hillary would shriek because her flawed advantage was being taken away  JackORoses   Mar-08-08 05:59 PM   #30 
     - It is so simple but few can see it  surfin   Mar-08-08 04:49 PM   #21 
        - Simple mind, simple solution  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 04:57 PM   #22 
           - Why waste the money to get almost the same results  surfin   Mar-08-08 05:09 PM   #25 
  - They broke the rule, knew their vote would not count  Georgie_92   Mar-08-08 04:58 PM   #23 
  - Deep down, that's my opinion, too, BUT  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 05:10 PM   #26 
  - I'd like to think King Solomon  Arkana   Mar-08-08 05:54 PM   #29 
     - He could be VERY brutal  civildisoBDence   Mar-08-08 08:19 PM   #31 

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