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3. Good..you have an opportunity and a
wealth of information at your fingertips. The Environment, the war, health, education, ect, ect..and the irony is Obama and his Team are going to be the best on Foreign policy of anyone.
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  -I Had One Of "Those" Conversations With A Hillary Supporter Today... JimGinPA  Jun-16-08 09:56 PM   #0 
  - Good for you!  tabatha   Jun-16-08 09:59 PM   #1 
  - Sounds like a gentle approach. Good idea.  Overseas   Jun-16-08 10:01 PM   #2 
  - Indeed, the 'approach' used during the primaries is what drove them away in the first place...  niceypoo   Jun-17-08 07:56 AM   #31 
  - Good..you have an opportunity and a  zidzi   Jun-16-08 10:01 PM   #3 
  - might not vote this year, unless Hillary is the VP"- I've heard that a thousand times among seniors  papau   Jun-16-08 10:05 PM   #4 
  - If that is the case, and the Repubs win...  ingac70   Jun-16-08 10:13 PM   #5 
  - Really? A THOUSAND times?  Blue-Jay   Jun-16-08 10:22 PM   #7 
  - perhaps he spends a lot of time around some seniors with short-term memory problems. n/t  gkhouston   Jun-17-08 01:10 PM   #55 
     - LOL - true - but long enough to still be allowed to vote  papau   Jun-18-08 10:01 PM   #82 
  - correct; i think seniors could make or break obama. he needs to do some serious work there. nt  VotesForWomen   Jun-16-08 10:23 PM   #8 
  - My mother, in her 80s, is very disappointed Hillary lost  dbaker41   Jun-17-08 12:52 PM   #49 
  - I think "no income tax on those over 65 earning  Patiod   Jun-17-08 01:40 PM   #65 
  - It make a good sound bite, but actually,  shimmergal   Jun-17-08 11:02 PM   #79 
  - People need to realize that Democrats have problems with the senior vote,  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jun-17-08 01:51 PM   #68 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-16-08 10:27 PM   #10 
  - I hope those seniors like the taste of cat food. Because if McCain wins, they'll be eating it.  JVS   Jun-17-08 05:35 AM   #23 
  - oh my!  faithfulcitizen   Jun-17-08 08:51 AM   #38 
  - More than just seniors  CatnHat   Jun-17-08 08:49 AM   #37 
  - Any senior who votes for McCain or stays home in November,  DailyGrind51   Jun-17-08 09:19 AM   #43 
  - Just bet you have.  blonndee   Jun-18-08 10:03 PM   #83 
  - just so you know, not everyone who doesn't like obama is/was a republican. nt  VotesForWomen   Jun-16-08 10:20 PM   #6 
  - I Live In One Of The Reddest Counties In PA...  JimGinPA   Jun-16-08 10:25 PM   #9 
  - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   Jun-16-08 10:33 PM   #12 
  - They might as well be.  FrenchieCat   Jun-16-08 10:27 PM   #11 
  - They're not all "irrational hatred," either.  dbaker41   Jun-17-08 12:59 PM   #51 
     - Stay home = Vote for McSame = Vote for Dumbya = Irrational n/t  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jun-17-08 01:55 PM   #69 
        - Then you need to make sure they understand that.  dbaker41   Jun-17-08 04:06 PM   #72 
           - I don't look my nose down on anyone. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jun-17-08 09:19 PM   #76 
           - "If they don't know that then they deserve what they get ..."  dbaker41   Jun-18-08 10:14 AM   #81 
           - ETA: If they dislike Obama so much that they simply cannot stomach voting for him,  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jun-17-08 09:22 PM   #77 
  - And just so you know, people who hope for the repubs to win aren't democrats, either. nt  ThruTheLookingGlass   Jun-16-08 11:05 PM   #14 
  - They might as well be.  Shakespeare   Jun-17-08 01:22 AM   #22 
  - They're not all "spiteful."  dbaker41   Jun-17-08 12:56 PM   #50 
     - One can have doubts and still be able to pull the lever for one's ultimate best interests.  Shakespeare   Jun-17-08 01:04 PM   #53 
        - It's still early in the GE campaign.  dbaker41   Jun-17-08 01:27 PM   #60 
           - Absolutely.  Shakespeare   Jun-17-08 01:44 PM   #66 
  - Condolences on your tombstone.  blonndee   Jun-18-08 10:03 PM   #84 
     - That's Strange...  JimGinPA   Jun-18-08 10:13 PM   #85 
  - I don't understand "those" warrants either. I don't need to. Logic is on our side.  countmyvote4real   Jun-16-08 11:05 PM   #13 
  - I empathize with that woman.  Beacool   Jun-16-08 11:41 PM   #15 
  - He Has More Elected Experience Than The Person Who's Pictured In Your Avatar Though...  JimGinPA   Jun-16-08 11:53 PM   #16 
  - Oh yeah, he was a state senator.  Beacool   Jun-17-08 12:37 AM   #17 
     - As Opposed To Wife?  JimGinPA   Jun-17-08 12:40 AM   #18 
     - I wouldn't bother, Jim.  monomach   Jun-17-08 12:56 AM   #19 
     - That quote is not mine. n/t  Beacool   Jun-17-08 01:17 AM   #20 
     - She's been in the US senate 4 years more than Obama.  Beacool   Jun-17-08 01:21 AM   #21 
        - He's been in elected office for 4 more years than Hillary  JVS   Jun-17-08 05:49 AM   #25 
           - I disagree.  Beacool   Jun-17-08 08:56 AM   #40 
              - WTF is wrong with you. Even though it's over you spread RW bullshit.  JenniferZ   Jun-17-08 01:33 PM   #63 
                 - Excellent question.  JVS   Jun-17-08 04:09 PM   #73 
     - As opposed to the rigors of being First Lady.  Starbucks Anarchist   Jun-17-08 08:45 AM   #34 
     - Yeah, like "First Lady" is a great presidential resume, huh?  Oregonian   Jun-17-08 12:48 PM   #47 
  - Hubris? How? Or are you just bashing the nominee?  JVS   Jun-17-08 05:43 AM   #24 
  - Abe Lincoln had a nearly identical resume  uberllama42   Jun-17-08 01:13 PM   #57 
  - Neither does sweet Hillary...and First Lady doesn't count. ;)  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jun-17-08 01:59 PM   #70 
  - Her apprehiension was well reasoned and shared by many  styersc   Jun-17-08 06:10 AM   #26 
  - "such an inexperienced and untested candidate"  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jun-17-08 02:18 PM   #71 
  - First, explain to her why not voting is almost as bad as voting for McCain  rox63   Jun-17-08 06:17 AM   #27 
  - Did this tennis instructor say what made her the most distrustful of Obama?  genna   Jun-17-08 06:30 AM   #28 
  - As Al Gore pointed out last night, the same things regarding inexperience were said about JFK that  flpoljunkie   Jun-17-08 06:46 AM   #29 
  - You just can't let it go, can you?  janesez   Jun-17-08 07:33 AM   #30 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-17-08 08:17 AM   #32 
  - Well to balence things out  Tom Rinaldo   Jun-17-08 08:38 AM   #33 
  - self-delete  Crisco   Jun-17-08 08:47 AM   #35 
  - NCLB is a big deal to me, too.  LWolf   Jun-17-08 08:47 AM   #36 
  - The teachers are some of her greatest supporters.  Beacool   Jun-17-08 09:03 AM   #41 
     - Which is interesting  PatGund   Jun-17-08 01:00 PM   #52 
        - Education is not a monolithic block.  LWolf   Jun-17-08 07:59 PM   #75 
  - okay, so she is a repub woman who would have switched for Hillary. But she isn't a democrat.  faithfulcitizen   Jun-17-08 08:55 AM   #39 
  - ...but she just isn't sure if she can trust him.  sudopod   Jun-17-08 09:07 AM   #42 
  - I think it's his epidermal shade.  faithfulcitizen   Jun-17-08 12:28 PM   #45 
  - Hillary didn't have foreign policy experience /responsibility either  DeschutesRiver   Jun-17-08 09:20 AM   #44 
  - I'm waiting to see if people start attacking you for making this up...  zulchzulu   Jun-17-08 12:36 PM   #46 
  - LOL!  faithfulcitizen   Jun-17-08 09:57 PM   #78 
  - I don't recall a significant group of any other candidate's hardcore supporters acting like this.  Oregonian   Jun-17-08 12:50 PM   #48 
  - As a woman, I'm utterly horrified by it.  Shakespeare   Jun-17-08 01:05 PM   #54 
  - I'm a woman and I agree. These idiots are going to not vote or vote FOR the anti-woman candidate  Oregonian   Jun-17-08 01:10 PM   # 
  - two things:  Evergreen Emerald   Jun-17-08 01:18 PM   #58 
     - Just because she was a "valid female contender"  Oregonian   Jun-17-08 01:26 PM   #59 
     - I never said she was entitled to anything  Evergreen Emerald   Jun-17-08 01:30 PM   #62 
     - If anyone truly believes the democratic party is no better than the republican party...  Shakespeare   Jun-17-08 01:28 PM   #61 
  - Since she voted for W in '04...  ingac70   Jun-17-08 01:10 PM   #56 
  - Ask her why it is that both Hillary and McSame got it wrong on the war, while  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jun-17-08 01:34 PM   #64 
  - One of our friends has come around  Patiod   Jun-17-08 01:46 PM   #67 
  - Update - Tuesday...  JimGinPA   Jun-17-08 04:16 PM   #74 
  - Everyone--  shimmergal   Jun-17-08 11:56 PM   #80 
 

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