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   PoliticsBush v. Gore in 2000 - who wins?


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To: Easy who wrote ()11/24/1998 3:31:00 PM
From: CFH
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I may be incorrect, but I thought I had heard that Bush had been a very heavy drinker at one time in his life and career. That may account for his reluctance to jump in for the fight as he as indicated a few times ..."he doesn't want the same scrutiny on his family"...(that is currently happening).

Let me know what you think...

Would Quayle make a good VP....??

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To: Easy who wrote ()11/24/1998 3:34:00 PM
From: Mighty_Mezz
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Ex-president Bush? I would think George Jr., Gov of TX would be more likely.

re veep candidates. In 1992 I predicted that US would elect a female VP in 2000, so I suggest Hillary Clinton for the Dems and Liddy Dole for the Repubs. <GG>

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To: CFH who wrote (5)11/24/1998 3:35:00 PM
From: Bill
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No, the repubs will be looking to nominate a woman VP. Whitman, Dole, and others will be considered.

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To: Bill who wrote (7)11/24/1998 3:44:00 PM
From: CFH
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Good point Bill.

What about the Dems.??? Will it be the minority house leader?

( I am a Canadian but love to watch your politics...as does the rest of the world!!)


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To: CFH who wrote (8)11/24/1998 3:46:00 PM
From: Bill
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Clearly Gore, if he stays out of criminal jeopardy, with any number of people as VP. I would say he goes with Kerry (Mass) or Bill Bradley.

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To: Mighty_Mezz who wrote (6)11/24/1998 3:48:00 PM
From: CFH
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David:

Good call!! Wonder though if Gore would like to have Hillary around while he may play first fiddle instead of his second (which he now plays).

Hilary is a definitely a powerhouse and maybe moreso if she ditches her partner.


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To: CFH who wrote (10)11/24/1998 3:54:00 PM
From: Bill
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Hillary? She's nothing but a droning earth-vexing canker-blossom.

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To: Bill who wrote (11)11/24/1998 3:58:00 PM
From: CFH
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Bill...you sound like you are from New York??? (smile)

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To: Easy who wrote ()11/24/1998 8:38:00 PM
From: Easy
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I like the thought of a woman running at Bush's side. E. Dole or Whitman would be a formidable ticket.

Hillary for the Dems? Not likely. The scandal has forced a lot of people who didn't like her to sympathize with her but if she was a serious candidate that would change. Remember how unpopular she was early in her husbands presidency when she headed up the health care reform committee?

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To: CFH who wrote (5)11/25/1998 1:48:00 AM
From: melinda abplanalp
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Something is up with Bush. He has something to hide.

Feinstein would be good with Gore.


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