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   PoliticsBush v. Gore in 2000 - who wins?


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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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To: melinda abplanalp who wrote (14)11/25/1998 9:52:00 AM
From: fordor
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Something to hide? I feel that President Clinton has eliminated this problem for all future candidates for all federal offices. Although George W. Bush has had a wild past like many young people, he does not compare to the total disregard of normal behavior displayed by President Clinton. Whether we like George W. Bush or not, he is going to be accepted in a huge way by the public IMO.

At least we agree on ARET.

GO ARET!

Dor

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To: fordor who wrote (15)11/25/1998 10:38:00 AM
From: melinda abplanalp
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You never know who you will meet on these coffee shop threads :)

My point is that Clinton had something to hide....Starr felt compelled to dig it up.....and now it's gonna get ugly. IF George W. has something to hide (I think he does) he could be in for rough going (payed back is a bit#h). I consider George W. a moderate Republican and I actually agree with some of his points of view ( this is new in my lifetime).

So what do you think about Gore/Feinstein?

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To: melinda abplanalp who wrote (16)11/25/1998 10:55:00 AM
From: Bill
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George W has admitted that he drank too much when he was younger. The fact that his family has been under a microscope for the past 40 years leads me to believe there are no bombshells coming.

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To: Bill who wrote (17)11/25/1998 11:01:00 AM
From: melinda abplanalp
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I saw his dad interviewed recently and I got an uneasy feeling. Just sort of a gut feeling that something is wrong.

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To: Easy who wrote ()11/25/1998 11:27:00 AM
From: mightybruin
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It's still a bit early to see who is going to make it through the primaries. Gore was certainly helped by the news today. Bush, Jr. has yet to face national scrutiny but he will be a formitable opponent regardless. Look for Livingston to jump into the race. If we can avoid a recession, Gore's chances will be helped provided he can get by Gephart, who is probably to liberal, and Evin Bayh, (who, coincidentally, is the Democratic sleeper.)

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