Clinton runs weakest among her contemporaries -- women between 50 and 64 years old (Clinton is currently 59 years old; she turns 60 on Oct. 26). In that subgroup Clinton takes 31 percent of the women's vote compared with 25 percent for Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.), 18 percent for former Vice President Al Gore and 12 percent for former Sen. John Edwards (N.C.).
Her strongest demographic subgroup is women between the ages of 18 and 39. Clinton takes 45 percent among that demographic to 22 percent for Obama, 12 percent for Gore and 10 percent for Edwards. (Interestingly, Clinton also runs strongest among men aged 18-39; she polled 40 percent in that group.)
Wow, you know out of all of those positions, the only one she agrees with the Democrats on is Abortion.
It's pointing the ship away from the iceberg that's very, very close and toward the iceberg that's a little further off.
I'll never understand why the 'founding fathers' thought it was a good idea to focus so much on ONE PERSON when they were trying to get away from a Monarchy.
Gulianni's got an incredibly messy divorce
So let's suppose your idea was correct and all those Nader voters somehow slipped and voted for Gore... the margin would still have been narrow enough for Bush to steal Florida. Look it up.
I've never heard of a Nader voter who would've voted for Gore in any event.
it's not Nader voters who threw the election to Bush--it was the GOP and Supreme Court
unless all those scenarios include all the 'hanging chads' and ballots determined to be non-valid, they're bull
I heartily comment Palast's 'Armed Madhouse' to you.
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