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Old 09-23-2007, 07:25 PM
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Originally, when Hillary Clinton presented her Health Care Reform she was all gun-ho for it; and the fact is that is was a fairly decent reform at the time.

Then...........the Health Care people got a hold of her, gave her a 6 figure salary (I thinking 2nd only to George W. Bush) and she became silent.


I don't know, something sounds a little fishy there. If anyone would care to enlighten me, I'd be more than happy to listen.

Wow! I didn't know about that...does sound fishy.

I'll have to do more research. Hard to find unbiased research about politics these days though. The spin doctors can make anything look middle of the road. I have no idea what's the truth and what's not.

It all just makes me wanna throw my hands up and say forget it.
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Old 09-24-2007, 02:01 AM
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You want to be over here in the UK where it is now impossible to tell which political party is left or right winged given that they all try to appear that they sit in what the media calls 'the centre ground'. Because we have had a change of Prime Minister there are now romours that there is to be a 'snap election' this autumn (oh joy!!!)
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You want to be over here in the UK where it is now impossible to tell which political party is left or right winged given that they all try to appear that they sit in what the media calls 'the centre ground'. Because we have had a change of Prime Minister there are now romours that there is to be a 'snap election' this autumn (oh joy!!!)
You had a change in PM? OK, now I KNOW I've been working too hard and completely ignoring the news! LOL
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Old 09-25-2007, 02:14 AM
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You had a change in PM? OK, now I KNOW I've been working too hard and completely ignoring the news! LOL
Yes we have Gordon Brown, I think he has been over to see Bush. He is reasonably unassuming, not charismatic like blair, but then again I think people are liking that!
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Excellent observation, My Own Woman. I really don't know whom to support for next Presidential election. None of the candidates strike me as being too genuine.



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Yes we have Gordon Brown, I think he has been over to see Bush. He is reasonably unassuming, not charismatic like blair, but then again I think people are liking that!
I sure liked Tony Blair. I remember a site that had "Tony Blair for President" gear!

Okay, he was handsome.

Geeze, do I have to admit everything?
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Old 09-30-2007, 01:35 PM
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Yeah I'd have to agree with you Kim.
I have a thing for a guy with an English/UK accent though.
Hey Julie, Start sending some my way!

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