Edwards still fighting amid grim pros...

Edwards still fighting amid grim prospects

There are 24 comments on the www.thestate.com story from Jan 21, 2008, titled Edwards still fighting amid grim prospects. In it, www.thestate.com reports that:

He came in second in Iowa and third in New Hampshire, seriously diminishing his chances of winning the Democratic presidential nomination.

Today, John Edwards' prospects don't seem much brighter in his native South Carolina. Nevertheless, the Seneca native and former U.S. senator from North Carolina presses ahead, showing no sign of quitting.

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“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Mount Dora, FL

#22 Jan 25, 2008
Birdeye_Ark wrote:
Hey, laughing dribble, has anyone ever told you that you talk too much and now no one really cares what you think? They should have told you that several hundred posts ago, but I guess they were trying to be polite.
Let me give you some advice to improve your social skills - shut the hell up!
If you make false statements that I happen to read, I'm simply going to call you on it and make corrections. Get used to it.

You need to get some thicker skin, get your facts straight, or find another forum that always agrees with you.

Have a good weekend.

Chattanooga, TN

#23 Jan 25, 2008
Edwards is making himself look bad IMO.

If anyone with critical thinking skills takes a look at the democratic primary along with the three in it, they have to ask why Edwards stays in the race.

There is nothing for him to gain other than attention by staying in the race. He will not win, and he will not be picked by Hillary to be VP.

Perhaps he is simply delusional, and thinks Obama will win and pick him as VP.

They only thing Obama is going to win this year from this time foreword is SC. After he gets his little win in SC, Hillary takes all on Super Tuesday.

Doesn't Obama realize what Bill is doing in SC? Bill is not there to win that State for Hillary. Bill is there to keep Obama off balance Nationally, and he is doing an excellent job of it.

Hillary leads in all polls other than the ones in SC. She even leads against the Republicans.

Once she wins the nomination, she and Bill will quickly mend fences in the Democratic Party bringing them all together as a single party to work with us Independents to win against the Republicans in November.

Hillary will pick either Richardson, or better yet, Howard Ford Jr of my State as her VO IMO
She will win in a landslide in November.


Since: Dec 07

Clermont, Florida

#24 Jan 25, 2008
The media gives so much attention to everything that Hillary or Obama say or do that Edwards hardly gets his face shown on TV. Too bad because when he talks, he makes a lot of sense. The Presidential race is turning out too much Hollywood and not enough substance. And that's just on the Democratic side.

As for the Republicans, fearmongering is their high point. If they can keep us scared to death of attacks on our land, in a war we shouldn't be in, and our nation in chaos, they think they can control us.

One day in the not too distant future, we're going to have another revolution -- and it will be the People vs The Government.

The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government - lest it come to dominate our lives and interests.-- Patrick Henry

Since: Jan 08

Downers Grove, IL

#25 Jan 25, 2008
Birdeye_Ark wrote:
<quoted text>Not one rational minded person wants a Conservative Republican of any religious denomination in the White House or even near it for the next 20 years.
The neo-cons who were headlined as the brain trust, the intellect of the Republican party have screwed everything up so badly that we don't even trust them to raise their own children anymore.
Those idiots, some of whom may be your friends, are roundly disliked and they are the sole reason the Republican Party is on the ropes. This year, the Democrats could run Gravel with your aunt Nellie as his running mate and still beat the Republican's best.
This sounds eerily similar to to the arrogant, self congratulatory and dismissive pantload Dems were spewing before the dynamic duo of Sens. Kerry and Edwards lost in '04. Just in case you and your buddies haven't heard, Bush isn't running this time.

Next time you post, please don't forget to tell us how good looking and humble you are. LOL

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