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An actor for President? NO WAY!!! Oh yeah that's right, it's already been done and it worked.

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If Democrats next chairman leads the party to the center, It will be time for a 2nd party. Until liberals learn to play the game like conservatives they will always lose , no matter the outcome. Can someone tell me the last democratic president? Clinton was a neo-jewish compassionate conservative who was shielded by a good stock market and his charisma. Until liberals stand with their beliefs with the same intensity as conservatives and get the sick out of their ass, George P. Bush is your child's future president.

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I think it's already time for a split in the Democratic party.

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We have to fix the educational system. Once people are smarter, they'll stop voting for dunces.

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Thanks for a caddy remark in a serious discussion HECK. How about something a little more constructive.

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How about a black democratic leader? women? Something different. I'm new to politics and I'm tired of old white clones who just follow orders from lobbyist who offer the most money. Politics is about who has he most money and that system has to be changed.

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Conservatives are planning now on how to get Arnold into office for 2008. This countries political system is a joke.

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Great. We won't have had anyone with ANY speaking skills in office for 12 years if AHHnold gets in.

I just won't watch the news.

People said Ahhnold had some good things to say....but all I could hear was that very bad accent. He needs a dialect coach. It worked for his movies, but I really cannot take that man seriously at all. I have no idea what he says.


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Yeah, ha-ha funny to you, but if you ever actually paid attention to the man, you'd find that as a speaker, he makes GeeDubya look like a kid from middle school. I think Schwarzenegger would be an excellent presidential candidate at this point, but not until he's had a second term as governor. If Californian's vote him back in, then he could stand a chance for the oval office, Constitutional Ammendment permitting, of course.

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If they really want him in office and they did it the correct way....constitutional amendment.....
they better get cracking because that will take AT LEAST four years....

and the rest of the nation....the other 49 states better like AHHHnold enough to get it ratified....Fat Chance.

Like I said I cannot understand a word he says...regardless...I need a translator.


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I've read some of the stuff that Ahhnold said... I think I would actually vote for him if he could and did run for President.

Or someone else could run and use his ideas.


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Maybe so, but in a time of crisis and I turn on the TV... I don't want to have a translator to figure out what someone is saying.

Ahhhnold, the puppet. And what a better puppet than an award winning actor ...remember Ronald Reagan?....maybe not Dekka, but I am an old woman and remember that victim of mind control as if it were yesterday.


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I think Arnold would do well in the Senate, or the White House.

He would have to tone it down a little I think, you can get away with some things at the state level, that you can't at the national.

If he called members of congress "economic girly men", he would get in trouble.

I also think his wife would make a fine first lady.


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Nope, Rice in '08. Imagine Rice vs Hillary....

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hehe catfight

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Dekka00 said this in post #71 :
I've read some of the stuff that Ahhnold said... I think I would actually vote for him if he could and did run for President.

Or someone else could run and use his ideas.



DON KING says it best. Only in this country can someone who can be as unqualified as Bush & Arnold can hold the top position of the country. Bush wouldn't last a week in the British system where he hhas to answer questions from parliment.


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