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Holy bleeep

Edwards leads Clinton and Obama in Iowa. What. The. $@^#&#.

14 Responses to “Holy bleeep”

  1. Pokerwolf Says:

    It’s a poll. Polls mean as much as reading tea leaves. Hillary and Obama have been the front runners, so they’ve had more dirt pulled up about them than anyone else.

  2. Casca Says:

    It’s your party, you can cry if you want.

  3. kj Says:

    they’ve had more dirt pulled up on them more than anyone else

    I agree. I have a feeling now that John Edwards might be the best chance for the Democrats to win the general election. I can already picture both Hillary (not tough enough) and Obama (not black enough) crying when the republicans start their evil and dirty game. For Edwards, Elizabeth’s cancer should be for now his main concern against the GOP. I want to see how far can the republican can take their evil game.

  4. Pokerwolf Says:

    I want to see how far can the republican can take their evil game.

    Change that to “I want to see how far can each political party take their evil game”, and I’ll agree. Both parties are dirty, nasty, and will try to cheat any way possible.

  5. kj Says:

    “I want to see how far can each political party take their evil game”

    …and I am going to rereraise you by changing that again to “I want to see how far can the republican take their evil game.” Dirty tricks have always been the main weapon for the republicans. They STOLE an election once, remember? Question is: can they be dirtier? I bet they can… we will see.

  6. Dawn Summers Says:

    hahhaa, keep talking like that kj and i never have to fear that karol will steal you away.

  7. Karol Says:

    Yes, how shocking that the southern white guys are pulling ahead. Who could have seen this coming?

  8. Karol Says:

    KJ, what dirty tricks specifically are you referring to? Is it making sure that people thought Obama was Muslim? Oh, right, that was Hillary’s dirty trick and she’s got a (D) after her name. I hope I speak for the Republican party when I say that if you want your cancer-ridden wife campaigning for you, we will have no issue responding to her.

  9. kj Says:

    if you want your cancer-ridden wife campaigning for you, we will have no issue responding to her.

    What’s wrong with having your own wife campaigning for you again? I really don’t think she is campaigning for him because she has cancer. Is it the Democrats’ fault if the republican candidates nowadays decide not to promote family values compare the way they used do business to the last decades? Maybe it is because the republicans have no family values… and fighting wars are much more important. Of course, it is hard to promote family values when more than one candidate in your side have been divorced and remarried.

    Republicans have no family values. They have a lot of families (like Giuliani) but they have no values whatsoever.

    Is it making sure that people thought Obama was Muslim? Oh, right, that was Hillary’s dirty trick.

    Obama is muslim? Is that breaking news? The guy’s name is OBAMA, his middle’s name is HUSSEIN. I don’t see any dirt here on Hillary’s part. We all know this already since he was running for the Senate. By the way, Christian and Jewish are allowed to run. What’s wrong with a Muslim (if he really is one) running?

    Hi Karol, how are you doing?

  10. Casca Says:

    Yep, I guess that IS the way you roll. What’s this thing you have for rockheads DS?

  11. Dawn Summers Says:

    Casca, I am not happy about this Edwards surge.

  12. Karol Says:

    What’s wrong, KJ, is that Obama is not a Muslim. Hillary’s campaign tried to pull this uberslick promotion of that misconception and got caught.

    And did you just tell me I have no values? Perhaps finetune your “argument” a little (all the blah blah about wars doesn’t actually have anything to do with your point. Wait, what was your point again?) and try again.

    Hi KJ. I’m going to ignore that it seems you just said I have no values.

  13. kj Says:

    And did you just tell me I have no values?

    If you go back to my post, you will see me you using *they – as for the *republican candidates and not *you -as in Karol and all other Clareified readers who are not named Romney, McCain, Thompson or Giuliani.

    all the blah blah about wars doesn’t actually have anything to do with your point.

    Oh sorry, did I blah blah blah about WARS? (-This shows me that you did not spend too much time reading my comment. I mentioned wars just once and briefly). I was only saying that WARS are much more important to the *republican candidates (not *you) than family values which is the basic unit of our society…. If that is too much blah blah blah for *you, I won’t say anything else.

    Wait, what was your point again.

    You are welcome to go back and read my comment.

    Hi KJ. I’m going to ignore that it seems you just said I have no values.

    I have plenty respect and love for *you Karol. So, I will ignore the fact that you mistakenly thought that I said that you have no values.

  14. pearatty Says:

    I heart kj.

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