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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby josebach » Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:01 pm

Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd (D) - 75.76%
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 75.76%
Delaware Senator Joseph Biden (D) - 69.70%
New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 69.70%
Former North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D) - 69.70%
Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich (D) - 69.70%
Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) - 69.70%
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby StlSluggers » Thu Sep 27, 2007 3:32 pm

josebach wrote:Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd (D) - 75.76%
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 75.76%
Delaware Senator Joseph Biden (D) - 69.70%
New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 69.70%
Former North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D) - 69.70%
Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich (D) - 69.70%
Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) - 69.70%

Look at the rest of the list. Cracking me up. :-b
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby josebach » Thu Sep 27, 2007 3:46 pm

StlSluggers wrote:
josebach wrote:Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd (D) - 75.76%
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 75.76%
Delaware Senator Joseph Biden (D) - 69.70%
New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 69.70%
Former North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D) - 69.70%
Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich (D) - 69.70%
Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) - 69.70%

Look at the rest of the list. Cracking me up. :-b


Weird, huh? He's pretty liberal for a Republican. I like moderates. They're a lot more likely to get things done when they have things in common with both sides. They're also a lot more likely to bring the country together. There's 300 million people in this country and compromise is essential no matter who wins.
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby teddy ballgame » Thu Sep 27, 2007 5:41 pm

Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich (D) - 82.35%
Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) - 82.35%
Former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel (D) - 76.47%
Delaware Senator Joseph Biden (D) - 70.59%
New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 70.59%
Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd (D) - 70.59%
Former North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D) - 70.59%
New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson (D) - 58.82%
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 52.94%
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby JTWood » Thu Sep 27, 2007 5:57 pm

josebach wrote:Weird, huh? He's pretty liberal for a Republican.

I heard a story once - don't know if it's true - that he was either actually a Dem or going to be a Dem, but something happened that caused him to dislike the party's power, so he went Republican.

Like I said, don't know if it's true or not...
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby josebach » Thu Sep 27, 2007 6:40 pm

JTWood wrote:
josebach wrote:Weird, huh? He's pretty liberal for a Republican.

I heard a story once - don't know if it's true - that he was either actually a Dem or going to be a Dem, but something happened that caused him to dislike the party's power, so he went Republican.

Like I said, don't know if it's true or not...


Could very well be true. If it is, I'm sure he's not the first politician to sacrifice his political ideals for opportunity.
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby The Artful Dodger » Thu Sep 27, 2007 6:43 pm

Just what I thought:

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R) - 74.07%
Colorado Representative Tom Tancredo (R) - 74.07%
Former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson (R) - 74.07%
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 66.67%

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (R) - 66.67%
Arizona Senator John McCain (R) - 62.96%
California Representative Duncan Hunter (R) - 59.26%
New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson (D) - 59.26%
Businessman John Cox (R) - 55.56%
Kansas Senator Sam Brownback (R) - 51.85%
New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 51.85%
Former North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D) - 51.85%
Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) - 51.85%
Delaware Senator Joseph Biden (D) - 48.15%

Texas Representative Ron Paul (R) - 48.15%
Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd (D) - 44.44%
Former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel (D) - 37.04%
Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich (D) - 37.04%
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby The Big Train » Fri Sep 28, 2007 5:26 am

JTWood wrote:
josebach wrote:Weird, huh? He's pretty liberal for a Republican.


I heard a story once - don't know if it's true - that he was either actually a Dem or going to be a Dem, but something happened that caused him to dislike the party's power, so he went Republican.

Like I said, don't know if it's true or not...


It's true of both Giuliani and current NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg. Giuliani campaigned for Bobby Kennedy in 1968 and was a registerd Democrat until the mid-70's. When Reagan was elected in 1980, he conveniently became a Republican thereby opening doors in the Department of Justice.

Bloomberg was a lifelong Democrat before switching to the Republicans just prior to his first run for mayor. Like Giuliani, he's definitely not your typical conservative Republican. A couple of months ago he left the Republicans and is now registed as an Independent. :-P
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby wkelly91 » Sun Sep 30, 2007 2:22 pm

Mitt Romney 83.6%
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Re: Another Candidate Caluclator

Postby IllinoisBandit » Sun Sep 30, 2007 7:23 pm

I got Gravel and then the best candidate, Ron Paul.
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