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I voted for...........

Ms Clinton.  Today was our primary, so I marched through the snow (small amount but slippery) and gave her my vote.  She won't win, but I don't mind.  There's always a vagina in the White House, but its either the Mrs or the partner for the evening.  I wanted one with power. I would have said women by the way.  But there was always a chance that of one our presidents in the past dressed up like one when no one was looking.

I did better then my husband.  Typical of him,  He made himself  a Libertarian  He politely asked if anyone of his persusion  was running.  They told him no.  The voting volunteers looked appaled  at the very idea.  What do you expect of a politcal party only formed in 1971?  That man has some strange ideas.

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daksian
Feb. 12th, 2008 09:59 pm (UTC)
Well, as an outsider to your political process, I hope Clinton does win it and the presidency. I like Obama, and I think if he and Clinton can bury their differences he'd make an excellent VP and future Prez. I also think if both names are on the ticket they'd trounce the Republicans. At least, I hope so!
girlspell
Feb. 12th, 2008 10:28 pm (UTC)
I hope so, but I won't hold my breath. The US likes their presidents, white, male and strong (well strong looking anyway). I think McCain fits the bill. he seems a little smarter then Bush Jr. and he probably wont' run with Dirk Cheney.
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girlspell
Feb. 12th, 2008 10:34 pm (UTC)
There is an invisible line in the sand. The US won't cross it. They feel safe with a middlge aged white male at the helm. McCain fits the bill, don't you think? He's smarter then Bush, so he just might end up winning the whole thing.

I hope she does win, but I'm a born cynic. LOL...they played "Cynical Girl" by Marshall Crenshaw at my wedding.

Hmmm. Ok Hillary..make me a believer.
rhetoretician
Feb. 14th, 2008 03:32 am (UTC)
David missed the boat. Ron Paul was still on the Republican ballot yesterday, and he is as Libertarian as they get! As in, he was the Libertarian candidate for President a few years back. Ah well...
girlspell
Feb. 14th, 2008 11:45 pm (UTC)
Thanks for informaiton. I didn't know. David did not mention Paul. I think David was born Libertarian. He won't tolorate any kind of Federal interfernece whether it's social, financial, etc. That man is more pro individual freedom then the Civil Liberties Union. My mother on the other hand, was a born Socialists. I don't know what I am. I'm sure I'm not a Republican though

I think everyone in the US has some kind of tiny libertarian leaning in them. Its a very American kind of political party. I think the second the founding fathers signed the declaration, they became libertarians.
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