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    Incredibly, Palin has managed to not screw this debate up yet.

    So far, I have heard Biden refer to himself on at least one occasion.
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    I can't stand either major partys' candidates. I'm going to write in Patrick J. Bucanan for President and Dr. Ron Paul for VP.

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    Yeah, She is doing great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    So far, I have heard Biden refer to himself on at least one occasion.
    Ok, what I meant is that he referred to himself in the third person.

    Palin sounded incredibly canned, but at least she kept it together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Packingpadre View Post
    I can't stand either major partys' candidates. I'm going to write in Patrick J. Bucanan for President and Dr. Ron Paul for VP.

    I would like to see that but unfortunately it will not happen. so like it or not it comes down to the lesser of two evils and I am convinced that Obama , Biden are the more evil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Packingpadre View Post
    I can't stand either major partys' candidates. I'm going to write in Patrick J. Bucanan for President and Dr. Ron Paul for VP.
    That's actually a good combination. Thanks for giving me an idea, although I'd switch it around; Paul for president and Buchanan for VP.

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    The Democratic ticket wouldn't be so awful if it were Biden/Obama. If Biden got elected president I would still disagree with him politically, but at least he wouldn't be a totally inexperienced doofus. He would just be a socialist liberal. Obama reminds me a lot of GWB - he looks like he just got out of the 5th grade, and will probably have Biden (Cheney) around as his brain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    The Democratic ticket wouldn't be so awful if it were Biden/Obama. If Biden got elected president I would still disagree with him politically, but at least he wouldn't be a totally inexperienced doofus. He would just be a socialist liberal. Obama reminds me a lot of GWB - he looks like he just got out of the 5th grade, and will probably have Biden (Cheney) around as his brain.
    So better a experienced doofus than an inexperienced one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    That's actually a good combination. Thanks for giving me an idea, although I'd switch it around; Paul for president and Buchanan for VP.
    I'd have no problem with that. Maine is so strongly in the Obama column that I'm not going to help him by doing a write in, at least not now. There's some talk McCain is sending some staff to Maine after deciding to surrender in Michigan and we're one of two states that apportions electoral votes by congressional district. So if Mac carries the 2nd District, where I live and where most of the folks, myself included, support the 2nd Amendment, he'd get one electoral vote out of four for the state, two of which are at-large and two of which are divided by congressional district.

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