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  1. #37

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tight-Waist View Post
    I understand that. But Bush ISNT married to McCain (even as much as Slayer, Howard Dean, Obasma etc. would have you believe.

    The Clintons WOULD be a co-Presidency.
    Not married, Lieberman is in the way. Let's just say it's a menage-a-trois.

    The repubs are going down in flames.

  2. #38

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tight-Waist View Post
    Slayer, before you start basking in your resentment filled, looney liberal haze, keep in mind that the Democrat elected in Mississippi was a DemocRat in name only.

    He's not only pro-gun, he's prolife. And furthermore, he denied getting any support from Obasma.
    Yes, try to explain it away as a victory for you mind-numbed fascists, but it now makes it 236-199. These are some dark and gloomy days Mr Civil.

    Get ready for 255-180.

  3. #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloggingSully View Post
    You can repeat that over and over again it won't make it true, do you have any evidence to back it up?
    Their LAST administration. Isnt that enough evidence for you?

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    How was their relationship during Bill's administration different than any other President -First Lady relationship?

    Did they discuss issues? probably. Did she give him advise? probably. Was this different than the role of Laura Bush?, or Barbara Bush?, or Nancy Regan? or whoever was the first lady before that? I doubt it.
    There's no such thing as a pretty good aligator wrestler.

  5. #41

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloggingSully View Post
    How was their relationship during Bill's administration different than any other President -First Lady relationship?

    Did they discuss issues? probably. Did she give him advise? probably. Was this different than the role of Laura Bush?, or Barbara Bush?, or Nancy Regan? or whoever was the first lady before that? I doubt it.
    Oh come ON Sully!

    Dont you remember "HillaryCare" that was HER plan. They said themselves it was a "co-Presidency". She wrote policy, attended cabinet meetings, etc, etc, etc. It was nowhere near comparable to the Bushs or the Reagans.

    Not even Elenor Rooseveldt immersed herself to the degree of Hillary. Actually you would have to go back to the Wilson Administration when he was incompacitated has a wife played such a critical role in the policy making of a Presidsent.

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