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    Wou.d you rather have Hillary then. She does have a pretty significant legislative record in the Senate. Or is it only wanting a "Republican" who can get something done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgallan View Post
    Wou.d you rather have Hillary then. She does have a pretty significant legislative record in the Senate. Or is it only wanting a "Republican" who can get something done?
    Hilliary with a significant legislative record? I am taking that as sarcasism because unless you are talking about getting some bridges named then she hasn't done anything. She hasn't got any bills of note passed, however she did add her name to some as a sponser. She has't done anything.

    But I will give you credit that she has at least been there more than McCain.

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    Uh... you either don't know much about the Senate or you are such a partisan that a Clinton could save a child from a speeding car and you'd dis them for it.

    I am guessing the latter.

    PS - I am probably voting McCain..... the partisanship just cracks me up is all.
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    It's nice to have a favorite son in the race, isn't it? (I don't mean that sarcastically--I had high hopes for Tom Vilsack but alas it was not to be).

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    Yeah - I've always liked McCain. I'm not nearly as fond of Kyl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgallan View Post
    Uh... you either don't know much about the Senate or you are such a partisan that a Clinton could save a child from a speeding car and you'd dis them for it.

    I am guessing the latter.

    PS - I am probably voting McCain..... the partisanship just cracks me up is all.
    I know a lot about the Senate and how it works. A lot of senators will help sponser a bill which really means they had nothing to do with it but put their name on it after it was written. If you actually look at her record in the Senate she has done nothing of note. There are a lot of democrates in the Senate that have done a lot during their carreer (whether or not you agree with them is a different story) but Clinton is not one of them. I was not a fan at all of the Clintons but that doesn't mean that they didn't do anything good either in their presidency or in their charity.

    I do have to say that Bill was a lot more qualified to lead this country than Hilliary ever will be.

    I am a republican (even though i don't agree with a lot of the "new" republican party) but i never vote party lines. I look at the records of all the canadites find the one that is closest to my beliefs and vote for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgallan View Post
    Yeah - I've always liked McCain. I'm not nearly as fond of Kyl.
    I used to be a fan of McCain but his stance on immigration kind of steered me away from him. The Arizona congressman that i really liked was JD Hayworth.

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    Hayworth was a blowhard - I knew he'd overreach and get voted out at some point. Now Rep. Flake on the otherhand - even though I don't agree with him - sticks to his guns no matter what the political fall-out. He doesn't just give the term "conservative" lip service, he actually is a conservative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgallan View Post
    Hayworth was a blowhard - I knew he'd overreach and get voted out at some point. Now Rep. Flake on the otherhand - even though I don't agree with him - sticks to his guns no matter what the political fall-out. He doesn't just give the term "conservative" lip service, he actually is a conservative.
    What do you mean Hayworth stuck to his guns and got voted out by a man promising one thing and then doing another. Just my opinion though.

    Not as familiar with Flake. I need to do some research on him before i can comment. But any politician that actually does what they way they will is worth researching.

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