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    Now who and why would anyone want to listen to Rudy Giuliani over Bill Clinton. Must be a lot of hard core Republicans on AOL.
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    Actually AOL is a very liberally biased company and most of the news leans that way. However the majority of people that use the internet especially for news are conservative. They tend to be better educated and better informed.
    Why would anyone want to listen to clinton speak they have already heard all of his lies. Even his little play toy monica has come out and said he has lied through out the entire affair following the affair and even more so in his book.
    What I found interesting was Arnold over teddy almost two to one and G.W more than two to one over kerry. How about Cheney over anyone the dems could come up with.
    Face it the country as a whole is much more conservative than in the past and G.W is going to stomp kerry in November.

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    so is the "conservative" hoypoloy behind a guy that not only openly cheats on his wife and keeps a mistress,but has the audacity to go out with her in public while he is still married and in office.

    all those high and mighty right wingers I guess.

    they don't have an ounce of respect and they never did.

    "conservatives"are full of crap.


    they stand up behind adulterers, crooks, and conmen and than say ,"we're,All GOOD and The others are ,ALL BAD>


    What a joke


    and do they have to spend this country into record deficits while they are busy screwing up the world.


    you people still don't get it that "liberal" and "conservative" don't mean a dammed thing.

    to a shill.

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    Did you know that the Saudis are major share holders of AOL stock. What a surprise.
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    Air1 I wasn't aware of that but it doesn't surprise me they have a lot of money to invest.
    remember who are you talking about if it is Guliani that marriage was over the wife knew it and they got a divorce.
    I have no problem in a failed marriage ending and it being in t he open.
    What I have a problem with is a shame marriage for political reasons seducing a child for sex then lying about it under oath.
    If Clinton had said yes I am having an affair she is an adult my wife doesn't care because she only stays with me for the political clout it brings I would have a small measure of respect for him. I will never like or respect either Clinton I just don't like socialist.
    As for the terms Conservative and Liberal no they don't what they once did. There are no true conservative in politics anymore just varying degrees of liberals.
    However Bush does have a backbone and you can take him at his word. I don't always agree with him he does many things for political gain that I don't like but that is unfortunately the problem of running for office. There are many things that he has to do this term that he will I hope rectify during his second term. He has had to appease a certain percentage of the population to have the ability to win re-election. When he can not run for a third term we hope he will be stronger on closing border and stopping abortions ramming school vouchers through and so on.
    But a socialist is a socialist whether it is Kerry or Clinton or Gore they are all the same.
    What is interesting is people want to hear what the Republicans have to say not what democrats want to preach. From what I hear the demos are going to mostly hear from Kerry's family now that ought to be real interesting.

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    since when have the republican party not been part of the "socialist"establishment that populates the political machinery of both parties.

    they are all members of core groups like "the council on foreign relations"and also the full spectrum of think tanks from the "american enterprise institute" to the "brookings institution" or the "rand corp."

    they act as the founding fathers intended.
    this country to be run by upper class gentlemen,with the education and experience to act in the best intrest of the country.

    these unofficial social groups work up and in concert with other parts of the machinery,implement our foreign policy.

    the media ;relinquishing their "fourth estate" role as watchdog,has become the shills of big buisness and the foreign policy implemented by the "professional" politicians in their networks,for their benefit.

    but the founding fathers imagined these men to have character,and since the beginnining of this country,they have only been correct some of the time.

    and now,the men with the reins of the country are as undisciplined and erratic as the culture they are a part of.


    and the struggle behind the scenes;by the "board of directors" to unseat or at least "test the metal" of the current CEO bush and his cronies.
    and install a more reliable and productive representative.

    bush hopefully will go down for this "Valerie Plame" thing.


    the bush boys screwed up royally on that one.
    not only did they out a cia asset;they outed her company;Brewster and Jennings&co.
    A major intelligence asset.

    Jennings is the family that founded mobil.now part of the "standard oil"group.

    they did work in saudi arabia with ARAMACO......Arabian-american oil co.,which controls 12% of the world oil supply.

    saudi owned(majority) standard partners(exxon/mobil,chevron/texaco,etc

    not a time for the cia to be disarmed in saudi arabia.



    but ...

    don't under estimate saudi arabia's power over this country.

    If they took their TRILLION or so dollars out of our stock market,it would crash.

    the US is vulnerable in many ways

    so you don't piss off the house of saud or the bin-ladens.among others


    and how can you take him at his word?
    that just sounds like denial.


    I also guess it would be hearsay to speculate what actually caused that marrige to end.and its just rude to be in public with your girlfriend ,while you do have a wife.and the mayor of a city.

    I never liked Guiliani,though so I,m biased.
    he may have "cleaned"up the city,but he went about it like a fascist.and just pushed the people into the surrounding burroughs.

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