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View Poll Results: McCain Veepstakes - who would YOU pick for McCain (McCain supporters OLNY)? July 23, 2008
Sarah Palin - Conservative, Reform Governor of Alaska. 2 11.11%
Mike Huckabee - Social and Populist Conservative, Governor of AK for 12 years. 1 5.56%
Mitt Romney - Businessman, Fiscal Conservative, Governor of MA for 4 years. 5 27.78%
Tim Pawlenty - Reform Governor of MN. Elected 2 years ago. 0 0%
Bobby Jindal - Reform governor of LA. Told McCain doesn't want to be VP. 1 5.56%
Charlie Crist - Moderate Conservative - 2 years Governor of FL. 1 5.56%
Ron Paul - Congressman from TX 12 years. Traditional Conservative (Libertarian). 1 5.56%
Tom Ridge - Former Gov. of Pennsylvania, Ex-Chief of Homeland Security. 1 5.56%
Colin Powell - General, architect of initial Iraq invasion. 0 0%
Condi Rice - Current Secretary of State and PhD. 1 5.56%
Jim DeMin - SC Senator, anti-illegal immi, very conservative, 3 yrs in Senate. 1 5.56%
Rudy Giuliani - "America's Mayor" during 9/11, very tough on security, fiscal conservative. Socially liberal. 2 11.11%
Duncan Hunter - Longtime CA Congressman, anti-illegal, very conservative and brilliant guy. Honest. Son serving in Iraq. 1 5.56%
Joe Leiberman - a Democrat and McCain supporter. Liberal on many issues, conservative on nat'l security. 0 0%
Fred Thompson - very conservative, but his age could be issue. TN Senator. 1 5.56%
Other - state below. 0 0%
Voters: 18. You may not vote on this poll

Old 07-24-2008, 12:17 AM
Location: USA
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Please vote on poll and leave comments as to WHY, if you want to.

If not, at least vote!

I am posting an Obama Veepstake poll! Anyone voting for Obama should vote on that poll and NOT on the McCain poll.

Thanks for being considerate!

For some info on who's who:

John McCain's Top 24 Potential Picks For Vice-President - Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)

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Old 07-24-2008, 01:00 AM
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Bob Dole ...want to see dueling rocking chairs...............
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Old 07-24-2008, 06:02 AM
Location: western East Roman Empire
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The most urgent problem facing the US today is monetary policy and monetary reform.

Neither of the two candidates have a clue.

I voted Ron Paul to highlight this issue.

Granted, it will never happen, but the issue is urgent and we need politicians to address it, sooner or later, if we want to go back to a productive system.

Maybe the lady from Alaska is a good transition candidate.
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Old 08-01-2008, 02:18 AM
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Poll tally as of 8/1/08:

Mitt Romney seems to be the pick of the GOP voters so far.

If you have not voted yet, please do so.

GOP voters only!
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