Re: [newtech-1] McCain picks Sarah Palin as VP (IdiotXY + IdiotXX)

From: Johnie
Sent on: Tuesday, September 9, 2008 6:06 PM
Ummm..  Wasn't that what happend in 2004?  Kerry was more electable?   
It time we stepped away from lowest common denominator.

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On Sep 9, 2008, at 5:14 PM, Paul Guidry <[address removed]> wrote:

> Hillary should of been the nominee because she would have had a  
> beter shot at winning the general election (polls have shown this).  
> obviously, that factor was forgotten by the extream left who took  
> over the party and chose the least likely candidate to win over  
> republicans. In a presidential election, there is no prise for  
> second. Dems, just be glad edwards did not make the ticket again.  
> Cheating on yout wife, who has cancer, can rub voters the wrong way.
>
> ---- Michael Stearne <[address removed]> wrote:
>> I love when people say that Hillary should have been the nominee. If
>> she should have been the nominee more people would have voted for her
>> and she would have campaigned more in smaller states like Obama. His
>> 50 state strategy worked out better than Clinton's big state  
>> strategy.
>>
>> On 9/9/08, Paul Guidry <[address removed]> wrote:
>>> G,
>>>     Don't be so glum. All is not lost unless dem supporters decide  
>>> not to
>>> vote.  A lot can happen in over 50 days. Palin may even be sent to  
>>> jail.
>>> Actually, Hillary should have been the pres nominee and Obama the  
>>> vp, but
>>> the extreme left hijacked the party and choose a candidate harder  
>>> for the
>>> evangelicals to swallow. Face it, B. Clinton is still the most  
>>> popular
>>> living president. To tie this into Tech, his biggest  
>>> accomplishment was
>>> helping competing scientist and IT pros work together in the Human  
>>> genome
>>> Project . IT was actually completed and mapped ahead of schedule  
>>> without Big
>>> corporations owning the information.   I think most senior It pros  
>>> will
>>> agree that the 90s (during B Clintons) reign was the golden age  
>>> for computer
>>> technology in the US.
>>>
>>>   As far as Palin goes, "open source" to her just means opening up  
>>> the
>>> Alaskan environmental resources to any OIL company with the  
>>> biggest pockets.
>>> I read this morning that Alaskan polar bears were coming out of  
>>> the water
>>> green.  I would love someone to ask her how many "internets" (a  
>>> bushisim)
>>> she has been on.
>>>
>>> ---- G <[address removed]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> This election is Lost. The Conservative Right will galvanize  
>>>> their base in
>>>> the middle and southern part of America and put Mccain in the  
>>>> White House;
>>>> Just like they did in 2004.
>>>> Obama should have chosen Clinton as his VP.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> From: [address removed]: [address removed]: Re:  
>>>> [newtech-1]
>>>> McCain picks Sarah Palin as VP (IdiotXY + IdiotXX)Date: Tue, 9  
>>>> Sep 2008
>>>> 10:01:40 -0400
>>>> Come on she uses Chrome as her Browser and she is all for Open  
>>>> Source
>>>> technology to use in Drilling...
>>>> On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 9:10 AM, Damion Hankejh <[address removed]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> more madness: Palin Media Avoidance Watch: Day 9 -- McCain Camp  
>>>> Says She
>>>> Won't Do Interviews Until It Knows She'll Be Treated with  
>>>> "Deference"
>>>> those reporters can be such big meanies!!
>>>>
>>>> Oh Carbiou Barbie, already hiding behind the Rove Media Shield 
>>>>  ��� and
>>>> Republican lemmings actually buying into it rather than saying,  
>>>> "Hell yeah
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>>>> out here
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