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Vice President Diane Feinstein

Discussion in 'Legal' started by mattf7184, Jul 3, 2004.

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  1. mattf7184

    mattf7184 Member

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    Ummmmm, this liberal lady is on Fox News now saying how it would be very smart and how Feinstein would be an excellent VP. Ummmm, can anyone say hello United Socialist Democratic Republic Peoples States if this every happens??? :rolleyes: :uhoh: :scrutiny: :fire: :cuss: :banghead: :what: :barf:

    Not enough negative smilies for that comment.
     
  2. mattf7184

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    Her name is Tammy Bruce, former President of N.O.W. in LA...go figure :rolleyes:

    Now she is comparing her to Margaret Thatcher. I wanna shoot my TV so bad.
     
  3. benEzra

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    This would be one of the quickest ways for Kerry to commit political suicide.
     
  4. armoredman

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    DUDE! I gotta EAT sometime today! C'mon, have a heart!:eek:
     
  5. Waitone

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    Tammy Bruce is a major supporter of 2nd amendment rights. The lady refuses to be put into nice neat categories. Read her biography.
     
  6. Hack

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    I'm wondering if Michael Moore is going to try to break into politics.
    I can see it now.
    All of us working harmoniously for the good of our glorious party leaders, cumbayah.

    I'm going to puke now.
     
  7. Standing Wolf

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    I gave mine away a year or so ago: less broken glass to clean up.
     
  8. Skibane

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    Does it include any mention of her apparent Schizophrenia?
     
  9. George S.

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    I'd like to see the cat fight between her and Hillary! :D
     
  10. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

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    Go Diane!







    Reallllllllllleeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.


    She may be the Kiss of death for Kerry & the Demos :D
     
  11. cpileri

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    I double dog dare ya!

    Not my own original thought but:

    Let him do it! Pick either one of those two commies as a VP running mate; at least it'll bring this issue to a head! Let's get this over with once and for all.

    There's a point to that.
    C-
     
  12. Justin

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    Hmm.

    Kerry is a big-city east-coast type.

    Feinstein is a big-city west-coast type.

    I can't think of a better way to alienate all of the voters in flyover country than a Kerry-Feinstein ticket. That'd be great.

    :D
     
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    I just added to my "Reasons I might have to abandon the Badnarik vote" list. :eek:
     
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    Considering the usually breakdown of elections (the big blue and red map) i would say that a Kerry - Anything ticket does a pretty good job of alienating middle america. A Kerry-Feinstein ticket COULD change the minds of a few "disenchanted republicans" in battleground states though.

    Personally i think Hillary would do a better job of unifying the conservatives though.
     
  15. El Rojo

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    I think it would be great if he chose Feinstein. Lets think about it. Feinstein is currently fighting her hardest to introduce and get legislation for a new AWB through the Senate. If she is VP, then she doesn't get to do that anymore. Now she just gets to cast a tie breaker. Remember, in order for her top get that far, Kerry wins and we are screwed anyway. However, we have a new opening in California for Senate and we might be able to get a more moderate person in there if they can ride the Arnold coattails.

    And if she decides to run for VP, maybe she will go the Bob Dole route and drop out of the Senate.

    I see nothing wrong with her running as VP. We either win or get statous quo. I just hope no one decides to off President Kerry or if they do they need to use a super wide choke or a bomb.
     
  16. Cool Hand Luke 22:36

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    Actions speak louder than words. If Bruce is pushing for Diane Fienstein as V.P. then she's no kind of supporter of the 2nd Amendment.

    Recall Feinsteins statement about how if she could, she would: ..."tell everyone, Mr. and Mrs. America, turn 'em all in..." referring to Americans privately owned firearms.

    Bruce appears to be just another Liberal Democrat speaking out of both sides of her mouth.
     
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    If Fienstien makes the ticket, it will be just another degree in the old frog pot. Fly over country will do nothing until it is to late. The laws will be in place and guns will be gone. And the sheep will be happy.
     
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    Tammy Bruce is a former liberal and isn't "supporting" Feinstein. She is analyzing a potential strategy.

    With all of this effort to suck up to gun owners, you think Kerry would really choose Feinstein?
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    He must be using the Force to aim, given his eyes are closed and he is facing a different direction.
     
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    Took the words right out of my mouth! I personally think it would be very good for her to run for VP. Think about it, worst case happens and she wins then she's out of the Senate and into a pretty much useless, figurehead position. There's not a damn thing she can do as VP short of make a tie breaking vote in the Senate.

    I also just read over on AWbansunset that ole Chuckie Schumer is falling way behind in the polls for his re-election campaign in the midst of some corruption charges. I'd be dancin on the rooftops if we could get both Feinswine AND Schumer out of the Senate!!! Could you imagine!?!?
     
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    The last time I saw Ms. Bruce on the tube she was more inclined to support G.W. than the DemocRATS. She is quite difficult to read. If you want to do what ALGORE did in 2000 among gun owners then Di Fi is a logical choice in that so many of you hopeless Libertarians will vote for Bush by default or stay awat. BTW, who is the sorry Libertarian (waste your vote candidate) this time around? I heard Harry Browne bagged it.

    While I like much of what the Libertarians say, they have no real prospect of governing a major city let alone the nation. Things are far too complex for their philosophy these days and frankly hve been since Lincoln was President.
     
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    Naw...he's just demonstrating how he killed innocents when he was "committing war crimes" in Vietnam.
     
  22. benEzra

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    Hkmp5sd,

    That second photo looks just like the photos the VPC uses to "prove" that guns with pistol-grip stocks are designed to be "spray fired from the hip."

    Looks like expensive over-and-unders used by Presidential candidates are designed to be "spray fired" too, I suppose.:D
     
  23. carp killer

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    Kerry has his eyes closed and finger on the trigger. I guess he's thinking safety, because he doesn't have his shooting glasses on. Typical Democrat gun owner.:D

    Good photo. All the "duck hunters" will vote for him. This is proof positive Kerry is pro 2nd Amendment! :rolleyes:
     
  24. feedthehogs

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    Bruce is not difficult to read, you have to understand where she is comming from and how she looks at things.

    I've read two of her books, "The New Thought Police, inside the left's assault on free speech and free minds" and "The Death of Right and Wrong" where she smashes the facades of Tolerance, Understanding and other leftist slogans to reveal the ugly truth of their agenda.

    She was once an insider, but has seen the lite and has written about it with a view most do not posses.

    She has been described as openly gay, pro-choice, pro-death penalty, gun-owning, voted for Reagan feminist.

    With all the speculation on Kerry's potential second banana, she is just specualting on potential strategies.

    Less internet, more reading.
     
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