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Romney to me is not a good candidate he's just a rich guy buying his way into the presidency.
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That doesn't explain why Clinton would be good.... All the candidates have money; they need it to run...


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That doesn't explain why Clinton would be good.... All the candidates have money; they need it to run...


Unfortunately; a good candidate shouldn't have to drop out because they can't afford it.
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Unfortunately; a good candidate shouldn't have to drop out because they can't afford it.


Which seems to be the outcome of Huckabee. He doesn't have the money that the other candidates do.


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I believe the first Democratic candidate, Tom Vilsack, had to drop out for that reason. If you caught that episode of Colbert Report, Stephen tried to get him to sell his soul for corporate backing; it was hilarious Very Happy
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might one ask how one proves that they've sold their soul for anything? I mean if you can't prove that you actually sold it, therefore no longer having it, doesn't that mean theoretically a person could have infinite "cash" by just reselling their soul? Razz


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Salaris Vorn wrote:
might one ask how one proves that they've sold their soul for anything? I mean if you can't prove that you actually sold it, therefore no longer having it, doesn't that mean theoretically a person could have infinite "cash" by just reselling their soul? Razz


Hmmmmm, hadn't thought about that. But something bad would happen if 2 or more people found out they both owned your soul Razz
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Just think of it like owning stock. Now two or more people are "share holders" of your soul.


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Just in my opinion if I was a Republican I would go for McCain, he is much more experienced than Romney.
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Super Tuesday is tomorrow.... I can hardly take the suspense. It's tight between Obama and Clinton.


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Yea at least I alredy voted don't have to worry about it tomorrow.
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I wish I could vote. Crying or Very sad


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You will someday, I didn't really want to vote till I became a junior in high school, I really didn't care beforehand.
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So, who still has to vote?


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You will someday, I didn't really want to vote till I became a junior in high school, I really didn't care beforehand.


This is actually the first election I've wanted to vote.

Is California one of the states that has to vote today or tomorrow?


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