Race for the White House: Considerers abound!

United States
December 8, 2006 2:04pm CST
Okay, we have, on this topic, people who may run for Canidacy. For the Republicans, we have: -Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas (The fighting Brownback!) -Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska (The fighting Hagel!) -Representative Duncan Hunter of California (The fighting Hunter!) -Senator John McCain of Arizona (The fighting 'Cain!) -Representative Tom Tancredo of Colorado (The fighting Tan!) For the Democrats, we have: -Senator Joe Biden of Delaware (The fighting Biden!) -Senator Hillary Clinton of New York (The fighting Clinton!) -Senator Chris Dodd of Connecticut (The fighting Dodd!) -Senator John Fairy- I mean, Kerry of Massachusetts (Yeah... After the crack of soldiers in the military, he's gonna fizzle out) -Senator Barack Obama of Illinois (The fighting Obama!) Now, with that said, out of those choices ONLY, who should be president? I'm voting for Hunter of California (President Hunter! lawl) because I live there and Obama of Illinois. Who do you think will be president? Ready? Set... DEBATE!
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@yarntales (639)
• United States
8 Dec 06
I don't think Hillary Clinton will run. A Maris poll released says that 47% of American's will not even consider voting for a woman. Until that changes, she doesn't have a chance.
@srhelmer (6934)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
8 Dec 06
I think politicians put too much emphasis on polls because they are rarely accurate. Sure, 47% may say they wouldn't vote for a woman. But, how many of those narrow-minded people actually show up at the polls on election day?
@dynaweb (168)
• United States
24 Jan 07
Hillary is in to win she says. She is a fierce contender.
@dynaweb (168)
• United States
24 Jan 07
I like "The Fighting Tan"! (nice nicks btw)
@srhelmer (6934)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
8 Dec 06
Unfortunately, of the group, I think McCain and Clinton will wind up being the two we will be choosing from in the end. Of those two, my vote would be for McCain.