Brokenjaw and my predictions

Richard A Whitenight rum.runner at JUNO.COM
Tue Oct 31 17:21:14 MST 2000

Even if Hillary were to run for the Presidency in 2004, the odds are so
far against her and the reason being is that shes a female and a majority
of the voting populace are not ready for a woman as President.  I see a
black male politician being elected long before a female.

On Tue, 31 Oct 2000 19:12:30 -0500 Rob Loach <deloges at JUNO.COM> writes:
> Watching the Evening News with Tom Brokenjaw was both entertaining
> and
> irritating last night. It's almost humorous to see how obviously
> worried
> the media are that Gore might actually lose, and it's irritating to
> see
> how unashamedly biased their reporting is -- I was wondering if the
> Gore-Lieberman campaign had to pay for 15 or 20 minutes of time last
> night on that show! They could report absolutely *nothing* that Bush
> has
> been doing without trying to make him look inept or outrageous. For
> instantce, when they reported that he was spending 2.5 million
> dollars (I
> *think* that's the figure) campaigning in California, they were
> basically
> impugning him for wasting all that money. Like he's not supposed to
> campaign for votes there, or like he's responsible to them for how
> he
> spends his campaign funds!
> Here's from the pundit in me ... tell me if you agree or
> disagree....
> I predict that Bush will win, that Repubs will hold on to a narrow
> lead
> in both the Senate and House, and that HILLARY! will win in NY (can
> you
> believe the idiots up there?!) During the next four years, the
> Repubs
> will do basically nothing of substance with their majority and
> leadership, caving again and again to the whining liberal Dems (and
> liberal Repubs), throwing away their opportunities and also the
> already
> waning confidence of the electorate. HILLARY! will divorce the other
> creep for yet more new or previously uncovered peccadillos and will
> make
> a run for the White House in 2004 as HILLARY! Rodham, and she may
> actually stand a chance of winning since the Repub base will be fed
> up
> with the whole mess by that time, and America will get exactly what
> it
> probably deserves! It will then be open season on all conservatives,
> and
> we will go irreversibly down the road to socialism and liberalism
> (synonyms?).
> A sad scenario, but I would not be surprised if that is exactly what
> we
> see played out.
> Rob Loach in Greenville SC
> deloges at    <mailto:deloges at>
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> Politicians are like diapers. They both should be changed often. And
> for
> the same reason!

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