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View Poll Results: Who will be the next U.S. President
Hillary Clinton 10 21.74%
Barack Obama 26 56.52%
John MCCain 7 15.22%
Mitt Romney 0 0%
Mike Huckabee 1 2.17%
Other 2 4.35%
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Old Jan 27, 2008, 7:13am   #1
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Old Jan 27, 2008, 9:39am   #2
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There should be a poll on who you want to be the next pres.
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Old Jan 27, 2008, 6:05pm   #3
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It doesnt matter who you want to be prez, these are your only options!!!

I started not even to put Huckabee up there because hes almost outta money!!!!!



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I reckon you can put your farm on it being McCain v Clinton. Not sure if McCain can come through to beat her but those look like the nominations.

Obama will win Georgia and maybe one or two more states on Feb 5. The witch looks like winning all the biggies.

Giuliani could back McCain later today (tomorrow US time). That should see off Romney.
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I reckon you can put your farm on it being McCain v Clinton. Not sure if McCain can come through to beat her but those look like the nominations.

Obama will win Georgia and maybe one or two more states on Feb 5. The witch looks like winning all the biggies.

Giuliani could back McCain later today (tomorrow US time). That should see off Romney.
I figure it would be nice to have a Democrat in the line-up. Two Republicans seems a little rigged to me.
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Old Jan 30, 2008, 5:31am   #6
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I want obama or hillary (billary - lol) to win but i have a feeling its gonna be McCain if recent history has taught us anything.
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Huh? McCain (Rep) v Clinton (Dem)

Does that not make sense?

It might not, I been covering this poll overnight and it is now 5:30am in the UK. :-)
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Old Jan 30, 2008, 5:38am   #8
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I'll be voting for Obama... but it seems like it'll be Clinton v. McCain in the general election. I think McCain beats Clinton in the end because she is a gigantic tool and 1/3+ of her own party can't stand her.

Obama is the only major candidate who would be good for online poker, unfortunately it seems that Clinton is running way too well in the big states for him to pull of a victory. Once she wins CA and NY the race will essentially be over.

This shit makes me angry.
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http://politicalbetting.com/

You might find this interesting. We've been talking about the US for a while now. I don't own the site, I'm just a poster.
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I think I was cryptically saying that Clinton might as well be a Republican centrist in my view. The difference between her and McCain would be in the details, but their time in office would largely have the same outcome.

Obama is a good speaker, which I like. I'm not sure I trust him, but he at least speaks to me a little bit, whereas none of the other front runners do. I obviously like Paul, and I liked some of the things Kucinich and Gravel had to say, but what can you do?

I'd definitely take Obama over all the other front runners, but I still don't want him that much.

I would say that Obama seems to be picking up steam though. I don't think you can give this to Hillary just yet.
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