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Reply #22: I disagree with your assessment. You cannot use NH as a bell weather [View All]

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still_one Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-12-08 03:03 PM
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22. I disagree with your assessment. You cannot use NH as a bell weather
for the true sentiment. However, I do agree with you that Clinton has no intention of pulling out of Iraq. Her vote on the Kyel/Lieberman amendment said so much.

Some things to keep in mind, months ago we were told Hillary would take Iowa and NH without any problem. She lost Iowa, and NH was not the resonding victory the MSM is trying to paint.

Even on the republican side, the candidates that were suppossed to win didn't. It should be noted that Ron Paul has been getting more donations than the mainstream repukes running

There is a long way to go before the convention, and the biggest factor that the so-called experts haven't factored in is the people

Economic effects from our reckless war our now being felt in high energy and food prices. Deregulation was responsible for housing crisis, and it is now permeating into other areas

As stupid as Americans are, they are starting to experience the effects of the policies of the last 16 years. Yes, that includes Bill Clinton also, who help accelerate the process of deregulation started by reagan and the republicans.

This election might even go to the Convention undecided for both parties. There is a lot of anger in this country at both parties. The republicans for their reckless and immoral wars, and corporate favortism, and the Democrats for not doing their job of oversight, but rubber stamping most everything that came before them

This is going to be a very interesting election, because the politicians are losing control of the situation

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