2008 General Election

General Election 2008


  • Total voters
    47

abudabit

New Wackbag
Oct 10, 2004
14,802
0
0
#1
Let's give this plausible a try...
 

Pigdango

Silence, you mortal Fuck!
Donator
Jun 22, 2004
77,067
49,655
788
#3
Given those choices I'd have to go Hillary. Ron Paul might be a folk-hero, but he's not a legitimate presidential candidate. We're still a two-party system, so any vote outside of that is either wasted or could lead to more disastrous results than you intend.

If you really wanted to legitimately find out where wb stands, why not do primaries before deciding on Clinton v Guiliani? A lot can happen between now and Nov
 

kimothee

Token Gimpy Cunt
Aug 31, 2004
1,224
0
281
The Edge of the Water, Norf Jersey
#4
Given those choices I'd have to go Hillary. Ron Paul might be a folk-hero, but he's not a legitimate presidential candidate. We're still a two-party system, so any vote outside of that is either wasted or could lead to more disastrous results than you intend.

If you really wanted to legitimately find out where wb stands, why not do primaries before deciding on Clinton v Guiliani? A lot can happen between now and Nov
x2 - am hoping that Edwards can pull ahead in the primaries, or at least Obama
 

abudabit

New Wackbag
Oct 10, 2004
14,802
0
0
#5
You guys are nuts. Obama and Edwards have been floating around down there. Hillary is destroying them. The Republicans are no different. Unless something dramatic happens (scandal?) this is probably going to be what we see. There is a fluctuation here or there but for the most part it is consistent.

Although none of the polls poll anyone who doesn't own a land line, so now a days they aren't exactly accurate.
 

Pigdango

Silence, you mortal Fuck!
Donator
Jun 22, 2004
77,067
49,655
788
#6
Luckily Rudy's never been involved in a scandal.
 

bubbawadd

Registered User
Apr 4, 2004
856
1
0
Wheaton, IL
#7
Though I'm pretty much a Republican I voted for Hillary. I want Bill back in the WH so I can watch the hillarity. Both Rudy and Hillary suck ass.
 

fuckwit

He loves you, and he needs money.
Jul 27, 2006
3,019
0
0
jersey
#8


seems like every time i go to vote im wearing that.
 

abudabit

New Wackbag
Oct 10, 2004
14,802
0
0
#12
I have a keyboard in front of me, are you questioning me? I don't need 'evidence' to state the facts.


Seriously though this is just a hypothetical poll.
 

CM Mark

The East is Ours!
Apr 13, 2005
27,472
856
513
Pretty Pretty Unicorn
#14
I'm a registered democrat, but if Hillary wins the dem nod, I am SO voting for whoever wins the Rep nod. I would much prefer it be McCain, but I'd take Rudy over Hil anyday
 

Myhairygrundle

Screw you guys, I'm going home.
Jul 16, 2005
6,798
1,947
608
Texas
#18
Not the cunt with the fat legs. She has the body of a pear and it makes me very uneasy. I like things to be in proportion.

Someone should ask her how she would like to sit at the same desk where her husband got a blowie from the chubby Jew.


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TrybalRage

Registered User
Aug 5, 2004
2,035
2
533
Kennesaw, GA
#19
If it came down to Hillary and Rudy, and Paul already said he won't run as an (I), I think I just might vote Hillary out of spite.
 

UCFGavin

Registered User
Feb 25, 2006
2,061
0
0
#20
Given those choices I'd have to go Hillary. Ron Paul might be a folk-hero, but he's not a legitimate presidential candidate. We're still a two-party system, so any vote outside of that is either wasted or could lead to more disastrous results than you intend.

If you really wanted to legitimately find out where wb stands, why not do primaries before deciding on Clinton v Guiliani? A lot can happen between now and Nov
ron paul is a legitimate candidate in a struggling party. i don't know why he was put as an independent in the poll, he said he will not run if he doesn't get the nomination.

and if it came down to hillary vs giuliani, i would have to vote for hillary, as much as it would hurt.
 

krisko

Mrs. Fuckin Funny
Jul 29, 2005
28,300
1
191
Cupcake Capital, USA
#21
I'm a registered democrat, but if Hillary wins the dem nod, I am SO voting for whoever wins the Rep nod. I would much prefer it be McCain, but I'd take Rudy over Hil anyday
i don't really think we can be friends anymore :action-sm


rudy and mccain are basically democrats anyways so who cares.
 

d0uche_n0zzle

**Negative_Creep**
Sep 15, 2004
46,849
6,935
763
F.U.B.A.R
#22


seems like every time i go to vote im wearing that.
A vote for the lesser evil, is still a vote for evil.

Any votes for Rudy or Hitlary is a vote against our once great republic. Choose wisely...
 

Your_Moms_Box

Free Shit / Socialism 2016
Dec 20, 2004
5,755
468
628
Dover, Delaware
#23
You guys are nuts. Obama and Edwards have been floating around down there. Hillary is destroying them. The Republicans are no different. Unless something dramatic happens (scandal?) this is probably going to be what we see. There is a fluctuation here or there but for the most part it is consistent.

Although none of the polls poll anyone who doesn't own a land line, so now a days they aren't exactly accurate.
So.... by your logic, Howard Dean is currently president, right?

Neither Hillary or Guiliani are gonna win their parties nomination.

However, if they somehow did, I would probably vote hillary, because I don't like giuliani.


Edwards or Obama will end up winning it though.
 

norton23

Opie And Anthony Always Win In The End
Dec 1, 2002
8,998
3
0
TITLE TOWN BABY!!!
#24
I like Terry "hulk" hogan in this one,I think he would make a great President. He would be tough on Iran and North Korea. Could you imagine him tearing off his shirt and flexing in front of the general assembly? He is the perfect choice (especially if the only other options are Guiliani and Hilary) and the most convincing evidence is that it worked in California with the Governator. and it almost worked in Minnesota.
 

Southpaw

Registered User
Jan 12, 2005
934
0
0
#25
If my homestate was a swing state, it would be Hillary. It's not, so I'll vote for the guy who has the most potential to pull us back from the brink of disaster - Ron Paul.

I say Hillary over Rudy for many reasons, not the least of which is that anyone who would publically admit that their first thought on 9/11 was to "thank God George Bush is President." doesn't really have the minimal level of judgement necessary to be President.