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Re: An experienced American miltary officer, now Canadian, talks candidly by tucsonmike on 12 January 2007 1:21am
 
Will reply to this later. I have had a slight emergency come up.
 
Re: An experienced American miltary officer, now Canadian, talks candidly by canaveralgumby on 12 January 2007 1:39am
 
I just had a political wet dream - a ticket of Edwards/Richardson. Or Richardson/Edwards.
 
Re: An experienced American miltary officer, now Canadian, talks candidly by sighthound on 12 January 2007 3:37am
 
I'm re-evaluating my enthusiasm for Richardson as one of his new position papers calls for a re-haul of New Mexico's laws on animals which looks good on the surface, things one should definitely applaud, but, when you delve into it a bit, his advisers who wrote it are "animal rights" extremists with an insidious agenda. But since most Democrats have no idea that there is a difference between animal welfare and "animal rights", I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt for now and have written him (and a lot of other Dems) to give them background about the fact that people claiming to care for animals may actually have other things in mind.

I'm still hoping that Obama will turn out to be the real thing. It's so refreshing to listen to him. He actually sounds like he is conversing spontaneously, not parroting something speechwriters and handlers have fed him. (Anybody seen "The Candidate" lately? Still the best examination of American elections. Just hoping Barack doesn't end up saying "What do we do now?")
 
Re: An experienced American miltary officer, now Canadian, talks candidly by kazzzz on 12 January 2007 8:16am
 
Little bush teeheeeeeee!!!!
 
Re: An experienced American miltary officer, now Canadian, talks candidly by canaveralgumby on 12 January 2007 9:27pm
 
sh, my brain kept repeating this weird mantra, "Can't back Obama, too young, too inexperienced," until my husband shrugged and said, "So was Kennedy."
 
Re: An experienced American miltary officer, now Canadian, talks candidly by tucsonmike on 13 January 2007 3:31am
 
OK, here I am.
Bill Richardson may still run. My money is on Obama. I am actually excited about next years election.

I don't see Edwards going far. The Economist had a good take on it. He became wealthy as a trial lawyer suing physicians. With our medical bills rising...

North Korea? Eventually, it will just implode with the rest of the world being left to pick up the pieces.

China's going to own all of us anyway LOL!
 
Re: An experienced American miltary officer, now Canadian, talks candidly by sighthound on 13 January 2007 3:45am
 
Isn't it nice to FINALLY have a candidate to get excited about?!! Just hope the excitment holds - I'm waiting for the backlash since I'm totally cynical about the American election process.
 
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