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View Poll Results: And the republican nominee is....
Rudy Giuliani 14 27.45%
Mitt Romney 7 13.73%
Fred Thompson 6 11.76%
John McCain 2 3.92%
Ron Paul 4 7.84%
Mike Huckabee 4 7.84%
kittyking your so sexy you should stick your name up! 14 27.45%
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post #1 of 200 (permalink) Old Oct 30th, 2007, 06:45 AM Thread Starter
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Who will win the Republican Nomination - kittyking leads Giuliani, Romney is in third

Lets face it, its obvious who will win the Democrat nomination.
Hillary's made the rest of her candidates look like paralysed possums (arguably some did before it even started). Shes even managed to stop a Noble Peace Far Left prize winner from even starting his campaign.

Now all the attention is on the Republicans, who will win their nomination?

Will it be the guy who has the best chance at beating Hillary Clinton?
The guy who has a wife with an IQ twice as high as his own?
What about the guy whose pretended to be the President and won awards for it?
Could the early front runner make a massive comeback after a far from perfect campaign?
Will it go to the guy whose first name is so often confused with his last name?
Or does the Huck have a say in all of this?

Who do you THINK will win the nomination

Note: This is different from who you hope will win the nomination

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Go Rudy!

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ROn Paul!!!!
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ROn Paul!!!!
Hes barely republican

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Right now, I'd have to say Rudy.
He may lose the first few primaries though.
Which will embolden the Romney campaign.

But, he will lock it up after the first few
campaign stops in the early spring.

I think it will be Rudy and Romney together
for the GOP ticket. Rudy needs someone to counter
his liberalism on social issues. Romney is that
guy, or Thompson. But, Thompson has failed to
muster up a lot of heat for his campaign. He's
not done yet though.


Unless, they find a personable, experienced, and
great campaigner who is Hispanic as the VP candidate,
it's likely Romney's choice for VP.


Rudy is swaying enough social conservatives by promising
to nominate Scalia type justices to the court.

The bottom line he is selling is this:
there will be 3 Supreme Court seats open during the
next 4 years.

Do you want someone who will nominate another Justice Ginsberg?
Or do you want someone who will nominate another Justice Scalia?

That's his calling card.



Do you want the nominations to be made by someone who
is pro-abortion, anti-2nd amendment, and anti-Scalia,Roberts,
Alito, and Thomas......or someone who is pro-abortion rights,
pro-2nd amendment, and pro-Scalia, Roberts, Alito, & Thomas?
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Right now, I'd have to say Rudy.
He may lose the first few primaries though.
Which will embolden the Romney campaign.

But, he will lock it up after the first few
campaign stops in the early spring.

I think it will be Rudy and Romney together
for the GOP ticket. Rudy needs someone to counter
his liberalism on social issues. Romney is that
guy, or Thompson. But, Thompson has failed to
muster up a lot of heat for his campaign. He's
not done yet though.


Unless, they find a personable, experienced, and
great campaigner who is Hispanic as the VP candidate,
it's likely Romney's choice for VP.


Rudy is swaying enough social conservatives by promising
to nominate Scalia type justices to the court.

The bottom line he is selling is this:
there will be 3 Supreme Court seats open during the
next 4 years.

Do you want someone who will nominate another Justice Ginsberg?
Or do you want someone who will nominate another Justice Scalia?

That's his calling card.



Do you want the nominations to be made by someone who
is pro-abortion, anti-2nd amendment, and anti-Scalia,Roberts,
Alito, and Thomas......or someone who is pro-abortion rights,
pro-2nd amendment, and pro-Scalia, Roberts, Alito, & Thomas?
Smart move by him to win the conservative vote without having to destroy his integrity.

Go Rudy!!

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Republican's like. (1) Dumbasses and (2) Social Conservatives.

I predict Fred Thompson will come from behind, then get his ass beat in the general election.

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Looking at the polls today Fred Thompson could finish 2nd in every single state :rofl:

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Hes barely republican
Really now? Rudy is pro gay marriage, pro choice, pro stem cell research... he's quite possibly they most socially progressive GOP candidate. The only thing he shares with most Republicans is a deep hate and mistrust of blacks and Arabs.
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Really now? Rudy is pro gay marriage, pro choice, pro stem cell research... he's quite possibly they most socially progressive GOP candidate. The only thing he shares with most Republicans is a deep hate and mistrust of blacks and Arabs.
Why do so many people think hes so pro gay marriage when all hes said is that if a few states legistlate it thats fine, if many states legislate it then he will ban it for the nation.

Hes not pro abortion, he just doesn't think that it should be upto the state to decide

He doesnt hate Blacks and Arabs, he just knows that Hillary has their votes sown up anyway

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Why do so many people think hes so pro gay marriage when all hes said is that if a few states legistlate it thats fine, if many states legislate it then he will ban it for the nation.
You trust a man with that type of retarded logic? States legalizing same sex marriage is fine until a lot do it, then it's bad? What the blue hell? And a president can't "ban" same sex marriage anyway- that'd take a constitutional amendment.

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"Mayor Giuliani believes marriage is between one man and one woman. Domestic partnerships are the appropriate way to ensure that people are treated fairly," the Giuliani campaign said in a written response to a question from the Sun. "In this specific case the law states same sex civil unions are the equivalent of marriage and recognizes same sex unions from outside states. This goes too far and Mayor Giuliani does not support it."

The Democratic governor of New Hampshire, John Lynch, has said publicly that he will sign the civil union law.

On a February 2004 edition of Fox News's "The O'Reilly Factor," Mr. Giuliani told Bill O'Reilly, when asked if he supported gay marriage, "I'm in favor of … civil unions."

He also said, "Marriage should be reserved for a man and a woman."

Asked by Mr. O'Reilly in the interview how he would respond to gay Americans who said being denied access to the institution of marriage violated their rights, Mr. Giuliani said: "That's why you have civil partnerships. So now you have a civil partnership, domestic partnership, civil union, whatever you want to call it, and that takes care of the imbalance, the discrimination, which we shouldn't have."
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He's a hypocrite and a liar. It's pretty obvious that'd he'd tell anyone, anything to become president.


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Hes not pro abortion, he just doesn't think that it should be upto the state to decide
Huh?
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Giuliani expressed pro-choice positions during election years when he was running for mayor of New York City, (1989 and 1993), and when he was running for a New York State seat in the United States Senate (2000) and in his 2008 presidential run.

* 1989: Giuliani said, “There must be public funding for abortion for poor women. We cannot deny any woman the right to make her own decision about abortion because she lacks resources."
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As mayor, Rudy Giuliani will uphold a woman's right of choice to have an abortion. Giuliani will fund all city programs which provide abortions to insure that no woman is deprived of her right due to an inability to pay. He will oppose reductions in state funding. He will oppose making abortion illegal. Although Giuliani is personally opposed to abortion, his personal views will not interfere with his responsibilities as mayor.



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He doesnt hate Blacks and Arabs, he just knows that Hillary has their votes sown up anyway
Whatever you call it, he was willing to let cops wantonly murder black and Hispanics (who make up most of NYC) in order to provide "security". Democrats have the Black and Hispanic votes sewn up because they know better than to vote Republican.
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You trust a man with that type of retarded logic? States legalizing same sex marriage is fine until a lot do it, then it's bad? What the blue hell? And a president can't "ban" same sex marriage anyway- that'd take a constitutional amendment.

He's a hypocrite and a liar. It's pretty obvious that'd he'd tell anyone, anything to become president.

Huh?

Whatever you call it, he was willing to let cops wantonly murder black and Hispanics (who make up most of NYC) in order to provide "security". Democrats have the Black and Hispanic votes sewn up because they know better than to vote Republican.

Some states in America have some very strange laws, doesn't mean that all of them have the law. Think about the recent case in Missisipi I think it was when a guy sued another guy for stealing his wife (he won something like $750,000!). Rudy hasn't ruled out a constitutional ammendment for Civil Unions, its hard to explain his case but its the best of both worlds really.

Rudy uses alot of 'I've done this' sort of comments, hes not a liar hes simply saying what hes done in the past and how he can do it in the future.

Murder is illegal in pretty much everywhere in the world apart from North Korea, Iran and Syria. The New York City Policemen dont set out to kill people, their not out on a suicide mission either though - they have the right to protect themselves and its their job to protect the people of New York. Democrats have the Black and Hispanic votes sewn up because theirs less pressure to work harder that way.

Note: There are plenty of hardworking Black and Hispanic people who work hard and will vote Republican however they are a minority.

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The Republicans, like the threadstarter(is the threadstarter a US citizen?),
are going to get in
trouble with the "I can beat Hillary" campaign.
It'll work @ first,
but pretty soon,
the Americans will tire of it
and eventually want
some substance.

I seriously doubt they'll be able to
pull that I'm-a-good-old-boy
crap
after the disaster this
current administration
has been.

With his records on gays and abortion,
I see far worse choices than Rudy.
You gotta love a
presidential candidate
who's had two gay
roommates
and who dresses in drag.

I wonder if his son will
come around, though.

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