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Bush v. Gore in 2000 - who wins?
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With Newt out of the way and the idealogues in the House shoved to the back of the bus - Bush might be able to pull it off. Of course, the critics haven't turned the media magnifying glass on either of these guys. Does anyone know of any dirt on either candidate that could become an issue in their campaigns?

How about V.P. candidates, any suggestions for either Bush or Gore?
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36Maybe this will be ONE time the electoral college will save us! Michael Moore (dSkywatcher-11/5/2000
35As of this moment, it looks like a Gore electoral college victory, despite losinGary105-11/5/2000
34 A DRCNet Exclusive by Adam J. Smith A DRCNet Exclusive By Adam J. Smith The long-gone-1/21/2000
33 Boy is this a delayed response. Because he isn't telling the truth about himelinda abplanalp-10/3/1999
32 to: melinda abplanalp from: truedog Mel, Please elaborate. What makes you so struedog-10/3/1999
31 Algore, besides receiving Chinese contributions from his $5000/each Moonie/Budjmhollen-10/2/1999
30 Who would you suggest for 2000?????? Dorfordor-12/19/1998
29 Bush/Gore...we ALL losehellfish-12/17/1998
28 Looks like it. Bill-12/4/1998
27 Bill Bradley??? Do you think his press conference today was his way of trying Easy-12/4/1998
26 I completely agree. JLA jlallen-11/30/1998
25 No question Forbes has the right intellect and ideas. But he is one of the leasBill-11/30/1998
24 I can't envision anyone else who is electable. Personally, I like Steve Forjlallen-11/29/1998
23 True. It's a long road. But I can't envision anybody else at this time.Bill-11/29/1998
22 I think that's a good call but GWBush, Jr. is still relatively unknown. Ajlallen-11/28/1998
21 Why are you being so kind to Hillary.......<vbg>........ ?Who, me?-11/26/1998
20 Hey Melissa, First of all, any other person in the White House (either Democrfordor-11/25/1998
19 It's still a bit early to see who is going to make it through the primariesmightybruin-11/25/1998
18 I saw his dad interviewed recently and I got an uneasy feeling. Just sort of a melinda abplanalp-11/25/1998
17 George W has admitted that he drank too much when he was younger. The fact thatBill-11/25/1998
16 You never know who you will meet on these coffee shop threads :) My point is tmelinda abplanalp-11/25/1998
15 Something to hide? I feel that President Clinton has eliminated this problem ffordor-11/25/1998
14 Something is up with Bush. He has something to hide. Feinstein would be good wmelinda abplanalp-11/25/1998
13 I like the thought of a woman running at Bush's side. E. Dole or Whitman wEasy-11/24/1998
12 sound like you are from New York??? (smile) CFH-11/24/1998
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