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LWolf Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun May-25-08 05:54 PM
Response to Reply #42
48. Gore is the obvious, strongest, choice.
While he seemingly doesn't want it, he hasn't endorsed anyone in this race yet, either.

Edwards is a possibility; he earned some delegates before dropping out.

Biden or Richardson might also, even though they didn't get strong support, be compromise choices that could unify the party.

Shit: I'd be thrilled with your avatar, although I doubt the rest of the party or nation would agree, lol.

While I would, quite naturally, prefer a true left/liberal, after the public debacle this primary has been, it's better to go with a moderate liberal. One of the best thing about any of the above compromise candidates I've suggested is that we will not have already done the republican election machine's smear job FOR them before we even have a nominee. They'll have less time to gear up, and less time to influence voters.

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