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    Just in case u didn't know, ppl r gonna vote for their candidates 2morrow.

    But seriously, How is the advertising in Texas right now? Are all the tv ads political?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaa730 View Post
    Just in case u didn't know, ppl r gonna vote for their candidates 2morrow.

    But seriously, How is the advertising in Texas right now? Are all the tv adds political?

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    Well, a democrate doesn't stand a chance here, but whatever... There's a few ads, but nothing overwhelming at all. The usual, I'd say.

    I think I'm going to vote for Hillary in the primary just to help nudge Obama out. I think they're both full of hot air, but I'd rather see her get the Democratic nomination. Obviously voting McCain in November though.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    Well, a democrate doesn't stand a chance here, but whatever... There's a few ads, but nothing overwhelming at all. The usual, I'd say.

    I think I'm going to vote for Hillary in the primary just to help nudge Obama out. I think they're both full of hot air, but I'd rather see her get the Democratic nomination. Obviously voting McCain in November though.
    Hopefully Obama will close the deal. I would be quite surprised to see him win Texas, but he is up by 1% in texas. Hopefully he'll close the deal in Ohio as well. It's a dead heat in DEM territory. I could care less for republicans or the conservatives, but John McCain, will close both Texas and Ohio(IMO). Also he has a good interesting story, that I watched on MSNBC and enjoyed. (Too old to run this country though).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    Well, a democrate doesn't stand a chance here, but whatever... There's a few ads, but nothing overwhelming at all. The usual, I'd say.

    I think I'm going to vote for Hillary in the primary just to help nudge Obama out. I think they're both full of hot air, but I'd rather see her get the Democratic nomination. Obviously voting McCain in November though.
    Toe that party line as always, even if voting for a fool.

    At least this time I can see McCain as a good candidate though.

    I'm leaning toward voting for him too. He has some qualities I like about a politician. He'll go against his own party even if it sides with liberal ideas if he thinks it's right. He's a maverick and I like mavericks.

    That's funny you might vote for Obama. The Republican party is scared as shit of him. If Clinton wins, McCain wins imo.

    One person that I always thought would have won by a landslide years ago was General Colin Powell. He would've had the Republican vote and the crossover vote by huge numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busyman™ View Post

    That's funny you might vote for Obama. The Republican party is scared as shit of him. If Clinton wins, McCain wins imo.
    Read that again. I said I will probably vote for Hillary in the primary to nudge out Obama. That being for the exact reason you touched on, to help McCain.

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    One person that I always thought would have won by a landslide years ago was General Colin Powell. He would've had the Republican vote and the crossover vote by huge numbers.
    I certainly would have voted for him. He made a strong impression in 2000 but made it known very early on that if the race becomes personal and attacks begin involving his family, he would drop out. Someone in the media broke some bs story about his wife and he called it quits.



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    They're tied 50-50 right now.... Billary won Ohio tho' (as well as VT and RI. ).



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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    Read that again. I said I will probably vote for Hillary in the primary to nudge out Obama. That being for the exact reason you touched on, to help McCain.

    Shit man, I meant to say Hillary.

    Quote Originally Posted by Busyman
    One person that I always thought would have won by a landslide years ago was General Colin Powell. He would've had the Republican vote and the crossover vote by huge numbers.
    I certainly would have voted for him. He made a strong impression in 2000 but made it known very early on that if the race becomes personal and attacks begin involving his family, he would drop out. Someone in the media broke some bs story about his wife and he called it quits.
    Damn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    They're tied 50-50 right now.... Billary won Ohio tho' (as well as VT and RI. ).
    From what I understand, if Hillary doesn't win TX, she's out.

    It's at 58% reporting and it's Hillary 51%/Obama 48%.

    Too early to call, that's for sure.

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    Not sure where she'll stand if she doesn't, now that she's won Ohio.

    Funny though how last week Bill C. said that it was crucial that Hillary win Ohio and Texas if she wanted to have an chance of winning the nomination, and ever since it seems they've had him stuffed in small towns keeping him quiet. He's off the main cities for a bit, that's for sure.

    On a side note, I forgot how badass this Aquemini album was....



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