Thursday, January 18, 2007

What's on your ballot?

If you had the choice (which you almost do) of Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards for your 2008 Dem candidate who would you want to see printed on your ballot? My vote: I'm torn.

If you had the choice (which you almost do) of Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, and George Pataki for your 2008 R candidate who would you want to see printed on your ballot? My vote: Rudy.

10 comments:

Avitable said...

Probably Obama, because I think Hillary is a little off and John Edwards lost his chance.

I'd rather have McCain than Giuliani. I think McCain is more likely to be moderate.

Anonymous said...

Giuliani, without a doubt.

Bearette24 said...

i think rudy and hillary (what an odd pair of opponents).

Anonymous said...

I would love to see Hilary up there but I don't think she would win. I don't know enough about Obama yet and I am not sure Ed is the man for the job.

I think I would like McCain on the republican ticket but I don't vote republican so I guess it doesn't matter what I think....haha.

Anonymous said...

I think it's going to end up with Hillary and Obama in the Pres/VP setup. I think Obama is too inexperienced but meets other criteria (extremely popular) and Hilary has been there, done that, and is a strong person in her own right. I think she's got the credentials for sure and has a good shot at this.

If someone were holding a gun to my head, I'd have to go with McCain. And that's only by default. The republicans are going to have to come up with better options or they're going to lose. Which won't break my heart, btw.

AnonymousCoworker said...

I'd go with Edwards and Pataki. The rest are scumbuckets. Except Obama, he just has no experience.

Joanne said...

I have such concern over both Hilary and Obama running. I don't know that this country is willing to vote for either of them and that as a result the Dems will lose. Obama has no experience and too many moderates are anti-Hilary.

Anonymous said...

I truly haven't seen a strong candidate on either side of the aisle. Obama is inexperienced, but how much experience does it take? Hillary is popular in New York, but is the country ready for Clinton the Sequel? Edwards has even less experience than Obama, and he strikes me as the least sincere of the three.

Giuliani was mayor of New York, but what else does he offer? McCain is moderate and has alienated much of the base over the years. I don't know anything about Pataki.

I'll be watching Obama and Pataki.

Anonymous said...

In my heart of hearts I've been waiting for Hillary to become president since she was first lady. I just don't know if the rest of the country is ready for that.

If I had to take a republican, I'd hope for McCain.

I'm just ready for a change.

don't call me MA'AM said...

Obama, dem

McCain, rep-- with Giuliani as VP.

Oh, and this is completely off the subject... but the hockey arena was playing "Faster Kill Pussycat" the other night (yes, at a hockey game... why, I do not know!), and all I could do was laugh and think about your Brittany Murphy post.