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Post  Siouxie on Tue Nov 04, 2008 3:08 pm

Obviously, I hope and pray for a McCain/Palin victory. That being said, I am truly thankful that I found this forum and "met" such wonderful and insightful people. I have learned a lot from all of you and will hope this forum stays open so we can all keep up with what's going on.

Are there any plans to continue this forum?? Or make it into something else?

Let's keep up the hope cheers
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Post  PhantomRanger on Wed Nov 05, 2008 3:08 am

I agree entirely. The PUMA phenomenon has helped me humanize politics a little more. I hope we'll all be here for Palin 2012. I just hope that this campaign hasn't disenchanted Sarah Palin from seeking head of state. The Republicans need her, and more importantly, this Country and this Free World needs her and she will need all of us. I want Palin to continue to do well in Alaska as Governor. I don't want her to go for Senate like some people are speculating she should do. We need her in 2012 as President. She's a true conservative, a true mensch unlike most others in politics. Palin is the fresh, genuine and uncorrupted candidate, how this got confused with President Government, I have no idea.

To the admins: Like I've said before, if there's any bandwidth or development I can contribute to, I'd love to.
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Post  BillD on Wed Nov 05, 2008 8:31 am

Yeah, all 400 PUMAs!
WOW, that was a joke. over 90% of all Democrats voted Obama.
The PUMAs must have been cat-napping, as there was really no visible impact.
I think the whole PUMA thing was WAAAAY over-blown.
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Post  Mad_Jasper on Wed Nov 05, 2008 9:37 am

Bill, I was thinking the same thing. Apparently all of the PUMAs that ever existed are at HCF. There was absolutely no tangible impact from the so-called PUMAS.
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Post  Siouxie on Wed Nov 05, 2008 10:54 am

Agreed. I thought they would have made a huge difference and apparently...so did they at the HCF. I know they're all very disappointed there.

Here's looking at the bright side - we can now sit back and say "I told you so".
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Post  GOPgal on Wed Nov 05, 2008 3:38 pm

Siouxie wrote:Obviously, I hope and pray for a McCain/Palin victory. That being said, I am truly thankful that I found this forum and "met" such wonderful and insightful people. I have learned a lot from all of you and will hope this forum stays open so we can all keep up with what's going on.

Are there any plans to continue this forum?? Or make it into something else?

Let's keep up the hope cheers

I agree. Perhaps we could rename to Palin 2012??? Just a thought.
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Post  independant_visionary on Wed Nov 05, 2008 7:23 pm

Well we can;t really say PUMAS were non-existant. But the fact of the matter remains - a lot less republicans voted in this election compared to 2004 and the partisan break up was approx. 7 pts in favor of the dems. Also it has been reported that 20% of the electorate who supported Pres Bush voted for BO/thirdparty this time round. All this suggests that the margin of defeat would have been in double digits. According to exit polls in PA,OH approx..20% of clinton democrats voted for JM.

We need to acknowledge ...this has been one of the worst years for the repubs since watergate. I give a LOT of credit to JM/SP to have garnered 47% of the pop. vote. thats no mean task. added to the disadvantage of having being outspent 3/4 to 1 and the unending media love for BO. One positive the dems won;t have a filibuster proof senate.

Relax ...this is not the end of the world...on the contrary I feel good that a burden has been lifted off my shoulders..I can now switch channels / browse the internet without having to worry about negativity regarding HRC, SP, JM. After the honeymoon season is done (already there has been a yahoo article criticising MO's dress choice for the acceptance)...the prime target will be BO and we should be ready then to be part of the fun. Alot of my time and energy had been invested in this season since the primaries...its time to get hold of work and life.

As for this forum..I have met some great folks..plan to keep the relationship going. If anyone is interested in exchanging contact details IM me.

God Bless You All. The Pleasure was All Mine!

PS: I am not leaving for good but will be less frequent.

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Post  BillD on Thu Nov 06, 2008 7:44 am

More smart folks here than most other places I've visited in recent weeks. I feel good here, feel welcome.
I've found some of the most intelligent women on the planet on this site! LOL.
Makes me feel good and really REALLY wish we had a woman VP right now.
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