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Old 24th Mar 2011, 1:06   #541
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Default Re: US Presidential Election 2008

I'm not writing any political obituaries for Obama yet. I recall Clinton being in similarly dire straits (he played sax, but Mark decided he didn't fit with the rest of the band) and managing not too badly. And that was BEFORE Monica came on the scene, and Bill came on the dress.
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Old 18th Apr 2011, 19:25   #542
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LOL.....well there was that !

Thing is....the Republicans don't have any decent candidates...none. A pretty boy (Romney) a preacher (Huckabee), a spazz (Palin) and now a billionaire (Trump)
Sounds like a roundup for a new television sit-com.
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