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Wesley Clark

is a decent man. I wonder why Americans ignore people like him. Is it really inconceivable to elect a decent human being as your president for a change?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wesley_Clark
Permalink Dan Denman 
July 29th, 2007 1:44am
When I look at the democratic party candidates I cringe. Hilary Clinton? Obama? these are the only viable alternatives to Bushistan?
Permalink Dan Denman 
July 29th, 2007 1:46am
Ah we know only a white man can do the job, preferably non-Jew, non-Catholic, non-Muslim.
Permalink Send private email sharkfish 
July 29th, 2007 1:48am
Kucinich?
Permalink Send private email Colm 
July 29th, 2007 1:49am
>Ah we know only a white man can do the job, preferably
>non-Jew, non-Catholic, non-Muslim.

No prizes for guessing who you're voting for then, I guess.
Permalink Send private email Colm 
July 29th, 2007 1:50am
>Kucinich?

Too far left, even for the Democrats. Which is unfortunate, because he does have some good ideas.
Permalink Full name 
July 29th, 2007 1:52am
Wesley Clark is Jewish.

Obama is NOT a good choice. He is a professional actor.

If I was an American citizen, I'd vote for Kucinich. Hands down he's better all of them combined.
Permalink Dan Denman 
July 29th, 2007 1:54am
and he is a lawyer. Too many fucking lawyers in politics.
Permalink Dan Denman 
July 29th, 2007 1:55am
Clark converted to Catholicism, you know, from Baptism.
Permalink Aaron 
July 29th, 2007 1:56am
You right. His grandfather was Jewish.

I have great admiration for him.
Permalink Dan Denman 
July 29th, 2007 2:03am
I don't  know who I'm voting for, Colm.  It is really too early to say who is a better candidate.
Permalink Send private email sharkfish 
July 29th, 2007 2:15am
"Kucinich"

I find it interesting that on many bills, Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul are the only two voting against it.
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 29th, 2007 5:15am
Biden and Kucinich seem like respectable choices.  Biden is probably the strongest guy up there on foreign policy, most capable, and that's basically what the president is supposed to be about.

Biden is probably the clear choice.
Permalink Send private email LinuxOrBust 
July 29th, 2007 6:29am
Second best, realistic choice, seems to be Hillary, and then maybe Edwards. 

At least with Biden, I feel pretty sure he will do things and stay in touch with many different sources for advice.  With the others, sometimes I wonder if they aren't just wonderful campaigners; don't know if they would fade or not once elected.
Permalink Send private email LinuxOrBust 
July 29th, 2007 6:35am
"I find it interesting that on many bills, Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul are the only two voting against it."

Interesting.  What bills?
Permalink popular demand 
July 29th, 2007 1:22pm
Wasn't kennedy a rampant catholic breeder?
Permalink Bluebeard 
July 29th, 2007 2:53pm
I don't remember. Last week I was reading some article on how Paul votes no on lots of strange things and it gave some examples and Kucinich was his compatriot in dissension.

Example: "Kucinich and Paul Vote Against House Resolution to Sanction Ahmadinejad"

Hm, looking that up led to some other people who have noticed he same thing ...

"Kucinich-Paul in '08?"
http://news.aol.com/elections-blog/2007/07/24/kucinich-paul-in-08/2

"The Ohio Democrat and the Texas Republican have a significant bond: They're antiwar activists detested by their party establishment who, on a bipartisan or third-party ticket, could command significant grass-roots support."
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 30th, 2007 4:19am
I would actually vote for that ticket. It would really be something.
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 30th, 2007 4:19am
That Iran vote:

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2007/roll513.xml
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 30th, 2007 4:21am
They are practically married already!

http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Ron_Paul_teams_up_with_Dem_0724.html

"Ron Paul has co-sponsored a bill with another presidential contender, Democrat Dennis Kucinich, that would repeal President Bush's authority to use force in Iraq within the next sixth months."
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 30th, 2007 4:23am

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