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Politics : Bush v. Gore in 2000 - who wins? -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?


To: melinda abplanalp who wrote (16)11/25/1998 10:55:00 AM
From: Bill  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 36
 
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.



To: melinda abplanalp who wrote (16)11/25/1998 8:21:00 PM
From: fordor  Respond to of 36
 
Hey Melissa,

First of all, any other person in the White House (either Democrat or Republican) would have resigned with honor and dignity. But as we know, President Clinton has none of the above. Again , George W. or anyone else would have spared the USA the money and grief.

As for Gore/Feinstein: I don't think so. Gore is damaged. Feinstein is to angry. Whenever she is giving a PC or speech, she portrays less than a happy image.

IMO the candidates from both sides will be fun-loving, well educated, get-the-job done candidates. Perhaps Bill Bradley?

Just my less than professional opinion.

ARET up again today. GO ARET!!!

Dor