Why George W. Bush??

Dudly D. Doright a45acp4me at JUNO.COM
Sat Jul 3 02:27:01 MDT 1999


Thank you John.  You answered for me.  "DITTO"

DD

On Sat, 3 Jul 1999 00:13:46 -0400 "John A. Quayle" <blueoval at SGI.NET>
writes:
>At 07:32 PM 7/2/99 -0400, you wrote:
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>>At 12:44 AM 7/2/99 -0400, you wrote:
>>>Because Polls don't mean squat.
>>>
>>>Bush will be the reason I will vote third party.
>>>
>>
>>Why don't you kick him out in the primary instead?
>
>        Allegedly (and this comes from a rather reliable source) that
>G.W. is
>fulfilling a "deal" that his pop brokered in 1992. The essences of it
>was
>"take a dive in this election and get your progeny to succeed Clinton
>in
>2000." FWIW....
>
>> It takes a lot less time to reform an exsiting party then to start a
>new
>one. > You may be willing to give the Whitehouse to the left for
>another
>couple of
>>decades while working to start a new party but I am not. Once again
>we
>>are avoiding reality. Bush (assuming he wins the nomination) is
>>unarguably to the right of Gore or Bradley.
>
>        Depends on what you ask him and when........
>
>> Agreed he is to the left of Forbes, Buchanan, Keyes, et. al. but
>what >
>legislation do you think Gore will veto from the Republicans in
>congress
>and > what legislation do you think Bush will veto? Should the Dems
>regain
>the > majority the same question is repeated.
>
>        Let's simply look to what Clinton was able to get from the
>so-called
>"majority party"........folks, it's not a death sentence to a
>Democrat
>President to get a legislature full of right-wingers. The DNC is
>poised to
>cleverly spin to get whatever they want while we sit on our hands,
>afraid
>to object.
>
>>On the other hand let's assume a third pary candidate does get
>elected
>>by some miracle. What kind of cooperation do you think he will get
>>from Republicans and Democrats in congress trying to save their
>sorry
>>asses?
>
>        That's worth some contemplation.......
>
>> Neither side will cooperate to any great extent because their
>>mission will be to make that president completely impotent so the
>>voters will restore the status quo in the next election. The way you
>>have to build a third party is NOT to elect to the Whitehouse first
>>but rather to get a significant number in congress THEN put one in
>the
>>Whitehouse.
>
>        The year was 1849 and the Whigs had met their demise. An
>upstart party of
>elephants quickly filled the void and before you could wind your
>watch,
>they ran one young attorney, Abraham Lincoln, for the White House.
>Dennis,
>I know where you're coming from, but 'taint necessarily so!
>
>
>JAQ

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