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sparkandy
Best dog mommy in the world!
07:20 AM on 11/22/2007
I'm sorry. He leaves me cold, just like Mitt Romney. I was planning to vote for a Dem anyway, but if this guy is nominated, I'll vote for ANY Dem, even if it's Godzilla, and not think twice.
06:53 AM on 11/22/2007
Interesting how readily some people will jump on any old band wagon.

Bloomberg, dem then a repug then independent and thinking for running for New York governor as a repug. When will he make up his mind and just say I am rich enough to be independant?

Ron Paul, why do you think the extreme right love him so?
06:34 AM on 11/22/2007
Standing Up to the Schoolyard Bully
U.S. Congressman John Olver (D-MA) said recently that he "is deeply concerned whether we will actually have an election in Nov. '08, as he believes this administration will likely strike Iran from the air, declare a national emergency, and cancel the '08 elections".
Posted Nov 21, 2007 01:58 PM PST
Category: DICTATORSHIP
06:29 AM on 11/22/2007
Israeli Child Killers: Documentary Proof
"Ali Murad Abu Shaweesh was 12 when Israeli soldiers shot him in the back. Ali was killed on the same day in June, 2001 that Sharon refused to let the Israeli foreign minister, Shimon Peres, meet with Yasir Arafat, yet his death also went unnoticed by American television news. But not entirely unnoticed, since the Israeli soldiers, who taunted the Palestinian boys over loudspeakers outside the Khan Yunis refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, goading them to come out and throw rocks, did so under the gaze of Chris Hedges, a reporter for the New York Times.

"Children have been shot in other conflicts I have covered--death squads gunned them down in El Salvador and Guatemala, mothers with infants were lined up and massacred in Algeria, and Serb snipers put children in their sights...in Sarajevo--but I have never before watched soldiers entice children like mice into a trap and murder them for sport," Hedges wrote. His account, coolly factual yet full of passionate intensity, was written not for his own paper but for Harper's Magazine, which sent Hedges to Gaza on his vacation." The Nation, March 11, 2002
06:02 AM on 11/22/2007
Given a choice between Hillary and any of the Republicans, I would vote for Bloomberg. Otherwise, I have nobody to vote for.
03:16 AM on 11/22/2007
He should hire John Robert Bolton, to learn how to hate the rest of the world appropriately.
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godlessclif
03:05 AM on 11/22/2007
This is REAL bad news for Giuliani. Every poll shows that with Bloomberg in the race, Hillary beats giuliani by 10-12 points. Currently, without Bloomberg in, she wins by a slim 2-6 points.

Bloomberg also helps out Barak Obama, who would beat Giuliani by 4-6 points if Bloomberg ran.

If this guy runs Giuliani will be shitting his dress and panties:)
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MA in Psy and Design
03:04 AM on 11/22/2007
With the GOP runners talking out of W s ass (all but Ron Paul) a Giuliani that looks like the skul of death and is an even bigger crook than Cheney,

and with Democrats not standing up to defend the constitution, a despicable Feinstein voting for MUkassey and Pelise not imeaching the bastards even after McClellan now tells that they were all behind the ousting of Plame....

welcome comes Bloomberg to steal the candidacy and hand both parties a reality check. Between two corrupt parties, welcome comes he who brings a whole new direction
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whizkid
02:11 AM on 11/22/2007
maxcat06
Your peeps are a bit dense, are they?
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Good to hear from ya.

Yeah. Bloomberg has zero MSM media coverage.

Plus its too bad the people here go without food as do the people over there.
Rudy/Bloomberg.
Super ticket.
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beekeeper
01:58 AM on 11/22/2007
Another prick with too much money wanting to run the government.
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whizkid
01:53 AM on 11/22/2007
I polled my peeps.
They ask, "Who's Bloomberg"?
01:42 AM on 11/22/2007
Hi,

This is my first post for some time.

I hear Neo is passing her drunken sow ass off under another name?

Shit, gotta go!
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Rubiconski
On Crisis Standby Mode
01:37 AM on 11/22/2007
I hope they nominate Huckabee.......That Home schooled Right wing Bible nut still believes in Creationism ....... LMFAO!!!!!!!!!
01:15 AM on 11/22/2007
does anyone know bloombergs views of the settlements and the occupation? At this point, I would only ever vote for someone who was committed to see them razed to the ground and all Settlers and IDF moved behind the Green Line.

HRC is sold out 100% to AIPAC and Company and obviously, for that and many more reasons, completely out of the running for me.

What are Bloombergs views? It would actually be very powerful if a Jewish president got really tough with israel, cutting off all funding, (as Bush senior tried to do) until Israel agreed to remove every settler and end the occuaption. There would not be a damn thing that AIPAC or the rest of the Lobby (including the chistian right) could do about it. Although I have heard that he is "pro israel", I honestly belive that ANYONE who actually is por Israel would like to see the settlements and the fundmentalist racists that inhabit them and fuel ME terrorism gone yesterday.

Bloomberg certainly does not need the AIPAC inspired money or poltical assistance, and could stand up to them with impugnity if he so desired