Nothing like a bit of reverse prejudice, eh?
Also, not to be harsh but if you can't properly manage your own campaign I don't think you can properly manage a country.
and who's this that can't handle thier campaign? I really don't care about politics except I don't like Bush and I like this year's election in that its actually interesting, unlike the Edwards Bush one (did I ever tell you about the incident where Ibelieved for months on end that John Kerry Edwards was one person?).
I am interested and somewhat excited to see the first lady or non anglo saxon male run the country, both have a lively character as far as I can tell.. some character at least, its not a lackluster event like could have been. Its time for some change. Just like the change when everything was once controlled by WASPs (white anglo saxon protestant) centuries ago.
From what little I can tell, I'd go with Obama over Hillary. Although I have nothing against Clinton either. but as you were saying Obama would be a more likely to win votes candidate for the democrats. The last thing I want to see is McCain win it.
How about we vote for the best candidate regardless of sex, color, or creed and leave the bigotry to the ignorant?
well, you could also say the same thing to the people who disregard the two Democratic candidates BECAUSE of their gender and race..
bgt's point is valid.
I said it'd be interesting to see a woman and a non anglo saxon since it'd obviously be the first time and they'd have pressure and opposition in ways that the previous presidents have never had and will have to live up to a bunch. No prejudice against the anglo-saxon male at all. If McCain didn't want every youth of this country to go down to the middle east and eventually end up killing half of them at the same time doing no good over there and no good over here and continuing the spiraling out of control economy in the same way Bush did and keep on disintegrating America's built up respect and status among other countries of this world, I'd have supported him. I just made up all that, but I have a feeling my general idea is right. As far as I am cocerned right now, there is no best. they are all pretty much the same (especially the two democrats) with slight differences here and there that eventually won't make a difference. in the end, they are all full of the same filthy-tactics, money-pocketing, fake-promising politicians.
just like the last election, could either bush or kerry or edwards or whoever be called the best choice? they were both the same average no-bodies who'd have ended up taking position of a tough situation. there is no best in politics when it comes to us normal people. 95% of the people probably won't feel one different with one president or other and by the time any changes do impact a good majority, that president's out and a new one is in. if that's the case, it might as well be who's more interesting
needless to say i have no interest in politics nor do i think much of politicians. the more i learn and delve into it, the more myself-politician relationship turns into a thalivest-fedfan relationship - and in both cases the politician/fedfan will win
i made up most of that.