I'd like to see as President:
California Gov. Pete
Wilson--moderate republican. As Curly of the "Three
Stooges" would say; "poy-fict"!
Gen. and former Sec. of State Colin
Powell--what a class guy. Probably too smart to take the job.
Giulianni--talk about a guy who can get a job done---and do
it without apology. He has my vote for Prez. in '08. If we as a nation
cannot manage to get him into the White House, then there's reeeeeally
something wrong with us. If he isn't elected, it'll be W's fault.
McCain Factor--let's see....he's more conservative than Al Gore
and more liberal than George W. Bush. Hmmm. Do we want a President that
most people will likely be happy with? What fun would that be? Plus, why
elect a war hero when there are so many candidates floating around with
perpetually clean fingernails.
I would never want to see as President:
Note: As of this writing, (10/15/05), I am
beginning to think that George W. Bush may go down as one of the worst, if
not the worst President in the last 100 years. His incompetence,
not to mention his arrogance, is alarming. I just hope he doesn't do so
much damage in the next 3 years that he makes it impossible for Rudy
Giulianni to get elected in 2008.
Howard Dean-- The Democrats
a strong figure who's unafraid to be blunt and is fierce in battle. Unfortunately,
the only one they've come up with is a far-left loon.
Clinton--I voted for her husband in '96,
but would never vote for her. The last person we need in the White House
is someone as polarizing as Mrs. Clinton.
Palin--It saddens me that this moron is given any serious
consideration for a position in our government. The people that think she
is a reasonable, or even viable candidate, are some of the nuttiest and
misinformed among us. This is not an issue of political ideology, but
rather sheer intelligence--or lack thereof.
Edwards--This guy is as trustworthy as a snake oil salesman. Granted,
politicians have to be able to convincingly say things they don't
neccessarily believe, but I don't think we'll ever know what Edwards
really thinks about anything.
Romney--I didn't think much of him...until Palin came on the scene. In
comparison, he seems like the second coming. Considering the financial
challenges we have, Romney may be just what we need, if not as President,
then certainly as an advisor.
Buchanan or Robertson---take your pick.
don't know what the hell to make of former Vice
President Al Gore. I'm trying to not dismiss him immediately as
a contender in my mind, but he's just so damn corny. I don't know if I'll
be able to stand listening to speeches peppered with stupid jokes. The
only way I think I'll vote for him is if he hires some writers away from
the old "Dennis Miller Show".
so sick of wimpy, hypocritical Democrats and arrogant, hypocritical
with no political credibility, who are fun to watch:
tensions, he'd be out of business. Something to think about.
Coulter--She's fun to watch in the same way that we were entertained
by the film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest". If she was a
little less extreme, she'd be dangerous.
Perot--Nitwit who wasted our time. He made two of my
Celebrity who gets into politics--Cashing in politically on the likeability
they developed while playing roles and saying
someone else's words, is a pretty crappy way to thank the public for
making them stars in the first place.
who are just funny to watch:
Carville--Obviously extremely biased,
but always interesting.
One of the many quite capable of slicing and dicing Republican apologists
like Sean Hannity. That of course would never be allowed on the Faux News
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