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Interesting theory on the upcoming political landscape
« on: August 28, 2003, 09:51:21 PM »
Here's an interesting theory about the democratic party's election strategy.  The theory is that Howard Dean is being thrown to the wolves.  Think about this.

It's no big secret that the democratic party wants Hillary Clinton to be the first woman president.  Now, if Bush loses the next election, that means a democrat will be in office, and hillary won't be able to run for at least 8 more years.  That means she won't be able to run for president until 2012, since she's a democrat and would'nt be able to run against an incumbent democrat.  

If Bush WINS the next election, he won't be able to win the 2008 election, since he can only serve 2 terms.  In 2008, there will be a fresh republican and a fresh democratic candidate, so Hillary could run in 2008.

If Howard Dean wins the presidency, Hillary's presidential hopes are gone.  Therefore, the theory is that the democratic party doesn't even WANT to win this election, because it would rule out Hillary being president.  
 

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Re:Interesting theory on the upcoming political landscape
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2003, 09:56:05 PM »
P.S., this would also show why President Clinton is supporting John Edwards (who doesn't have a snowballs chance in hell of winning), and why Clinton has been making positive comments about Bush's war in Iraq, etc. lately.  Clinton's also apologized for not doing anything about the massacre in Chechnya, which killed an estimated 25,000 people, etc.  

Clinton is trying to make Bush look good, and is endorsing a democratic candidate with no hope of winning.  
 

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Re:Interesting theory on the upcoming political landscape
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2003, 02:10:37 AM »
Wait, let me hold my breath... are you saying that politicians are selfish liars?  :o :o :o WHAT A SHOCK!  ::)

LOL, but of course you're only informing us because it pertains to Democrats.