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Mcain's Running Mate

Who would make the best running mate for John McCain?
Mitt Romney 33%
Condoleezza Rice 18%
Mike Huckabee 16%
Joe Lieberman 10%
Rudy Giuliani 8%
Other 6%
Charlie Crist 4%
Tom Ridge 2%
Lindsey Graham 1%
Tim Pawlenty 1%
Haley Barbour 1%
John Thune 0%
James DeMint 0%

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I'm good with any of the top 4.

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I just dont understand why Joe Lieberman

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I just dont understand why Joe Lieberman
Lieberman is a moderate democrat, and is not nearly as offensive as some of his more liberal buddies. Also, having lieberman on the ticket would appeal to the democrats both at voting time and when in office.

I'd take romney or lieberman.
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Lieberman is a moderate democrate, and is not nearly as offensive as some of his more liberal buddies. Also, having lieberman on the ticket would appeal to the democrats both at voting time and when in office.

I'd take romney or lieberman.
Why would you put a dem on the republican ticket? Mcain is close enough by himself he needs a good conservitave with economic skills.

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There's already a Dem on the Rep ticket. Lieberman has been pretty much ostracized by the left of his party, and I actually like him.

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Mitt Romney 33%
Condoleezza Rice 18%
Mike Huckabee 16%
Joe Lieberman 10%


Any of the above. Moreso for the voting block they would attract, than anything else. In order, Lieberman, Mitt, Condi, and Huckabee.

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Why would you put a dem on the republican ticket? Mcain is close enough by himself he needs a good conservitave with economic skills.
Again, Lieberman is a moderate. His views on many things are more palatable than some so called "republicans". Look at the man and not the party.
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The man dose not have a party, but that might be a good thing. I would like Mitt or Mike.

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Lieberman woudl be a great addition, and pull from many voting blocks that usually do not consider voting Republican.

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If Mit makes it, they'd make a PERFECT pair!

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If Mit makes it, they'd make a PERFECT pair!

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I would really like to see Condoleezza Rice.. Not on the list but Duncan Hunter would be awesome.

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I would really like to see Condoleezza Rice.. Not on the list but Duncan Hunter would be awesome.
Talk about two fucked up candidates! Condi is part of the reason for the improper CIA information released about Iraq. The bitch had ONE JOB to do at that time and she failed to get Colin Powell the face time with Bush WITHOUT Cheney around. Fuck her in her front gap!
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There has been some talk of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal being on the ticket. In his first 90 days in office he has already shoved through the most sweeping political reform legislation in Louisiana history. He has also made a lot of head way in freeing up funding for infrastructure and levee repair. Shit that Governor Blanco couldn't do in the three years she had after Katrina.

The Wall Street Journal had some pretty high praise for him and I've heard his name toss around several times for VP.

However I personally hope it doesn't happen. Louisiana is so fucked up that they need him to stay Governor for a few years (hell a few decades)

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I hope it's Mit. Because I'm a Democrat. And Mit believes what I believe. Eventually.
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huckabee or romney

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it was not a problem to bring money to his house at 10pm.so why is it a problem to call and bitch.it wasnt a problem when we were all sitting around smoking pot together.yes i said it we all were smoking pot together.what now stupid.
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I'm your VP, Mr. President.

Now, Oslama Bama and Billary as president, that's some funny shite, I don't care what you say!
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