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weezy2736 Donating Member (314 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Mar-14-08 05:56 AM
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19. I think a smart politician would focus on the primaries first.
I think a smart politician would also use every resource to their advantage, whether that be independents or republicans. If it's law that independents and republicans can vote in these primaries, then why shouldn't they if they feel strongly about a candidate? Do their votes not count because they aren't democrats/isn't that disenfranchisement? What are you arguing?

If you're suggesting that Obama will win the nomination and then turn his back on his key supporters, then you're quite possibly the craziest person I have ever met. If you're trying to say that he's just out to screw Hillary, then you're nuts.
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