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Machiavelli
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try to answer this quiz honestly regardless of party affiliation and your party's views; try to be civil about it:


http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Vote2008/page?id=3623346

What quiz said about me:

1. Joe Biden
2. Hillary Clinton
3. Chris Dodd

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i think Joe biden is the best candidate for restoring our diplomatic integrity.

i don't agree with him on everything, but i don't don't agree with anybody else on everything... even my wife [Big Grin]

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you didn't take the quiz Glass... don't make me spray you with Nare so you lose all your hair lol ... This is a exercise to show what it says about our personalities that may surprise you..

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i did take the test, but i'm not telling who i got.

hint: he is trying to impeach Cheney and Bush, and i think he's right to do it.

is it the "best" thing for the country? probably not, but sometimes (ok usually) doing the right thing is not easy.

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oh come on... don't be ashamed to tell us the 3 candidates based on your quiz answers... is it because one of them is Hillary? lol chicken...

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nope, honest to god, i have been immersed in politics all my life. the house i grew up in? i could see RFK stadium, the capital and the washington monument. and it was a way of life in my family.
i KNOW why i don't like the Clintons, esp. since we already had 8 years of them.

i even took it twice and picked a couple slightly different answers that i would be OK with and Hillary ain't in either one at all.. Ron Paul came up second in both, but not first in either one..
i KNOW what Hillary stands for. it's not very different from Bush. it's just just the Clinton's are more competent. i mean that literally. the Clintons ran a meritocracy (which is better). the bush's run the "old boys" network, but they are still working on the same exact goals...

i get Biden at another similar site. Hillary is way down the list here for me too, but they ask different questions:

http://www.wqad.com/Global/link.asp?L=259460

[ November 07, 2007, 02:17: Message edited by: glassman ]

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here's what you get when you vote for Hillary:

Chelsea Clinton in new hedge fund gig
Former first daughter ditching her consulting job at McKinsey & Co. for lucrative spot at Avenue Capital Group.
November 3 2006: 5:13 PM EST

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton has joined Avenue Capital Group, a hedge fund manager whose founder has contributed to many Democratic Party campaigns, a person familiar with the matter said on Friday.

People familiar with the matter reported that Clinton, 26, is quitting her job at the consulting firm McKinsey & Co. and will take a position at the New York-based hedge fund Avenue Capital Group.


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It does not appear that Senator McCain will be in the race unless something changes.

I saw the interview with his wife last week, rather interesting. The 95 year old mother on the campaign trail with them and she looked to be in great health. I did not realize that the wife had lots of money (budweiser dist.) she said she could finance the campaign but her husband does not want it that way.

I also read that he comes from a military family background and appears his son might be going off to Iraq, very unusal for these politicians kids.

Unfortunately i think his views on the war are to much like our present administration.

As a person seems to be very good, but has just been around the politics to long now.

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T.R. again.
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i got

1 Ron Paul.. (damn right)
2 Mike Gravel
3 Dennis Kucinich

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