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    Coulter: I'll campaign for Hillary if McCain is the nominee

    Did you watch last night Sean Hannity's Show? I cannot believe what I heard from Ann Coulter.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuTqgqhxVMc

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    This is how much McCain is disliked-that is the point she is trying to make. I cannot tell you how many people that my husband and I work with-Republicans who detest this man. We have no idea how this man is ahead and do not trust the polls.


    While I would never pull the lever for Hillary or Obama, I would not vote for McCain either. If it comes to that-it will be full steam ahead with our draft Lou campaign.


    We have a long weekend ahead of us before super Tuesday and if we work hard, we can get the word out and have people listen to us! I am not ready to declare him the winner yet!

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    I did.....thought it was pretty funny and at the same time very disturbing. No choice here at all.....pick between the 2 evils and hope one isn't as bad as the other.

    I could have sworn I heard Rush say....(could have been joking).....that if McCain was all there was, he might be forced to vote non-republican for the first time. My husband said I must have heard it wrong...that Rush would never do that.......and I could have been wrong......I was darting in and out with errands and didn't hear everything in it's entierty. But to think people are so dedicated to vote party, before the person, isn't a sure thing anymore. They can still spot a wolf in sheeps clothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazybird
    I did.....thought it was pretty funny and at the same time very disturbing. No choice here at all.....pick between the 2 evils and hope one isn't as bad as the other.

    I could have sworn I heard Rush say....(could have been joking).....that if McCain was all there was, he might be forced to vote non-republican for the first time. My husband said I must have heard it wrong...that Rush would never do that.......and I could have been wrong......I was darting in and out with errands and didn't hear everything in it's entierty. But to think people are so dedicated to vote party, before the person, isn't a sure thing anymore. They can still spot a wolf in sheeps clothing.
    My husband told me the same thing about Rush. I hope Rush and Ann Coulter and others keep saying this. Hopefully it will wake people up before Super Tuesday and realize that a vote for McCain is a win for Hillary or Obama in November.

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    I am thankful that Ann Coulter is making this point about McCain so strongly. Good point when she said that Hillary lies less than McCain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC
    I am thankful that Ann Coulter is making this point about McCain so strongly. Good point when she said that Hillary lies less than McCain.

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    Yes, at least we know what we stand with Hillary but with John McCain. I just don't trust him.

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    I'll write in Lou Dobb's because even a lost vote is better then supporting Hildabeast, McCrackhead or Obumbla

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    Coulter:

    My hubby and I are die-hard republicans too. Neither of us will vote for MexiCain.

    With the new electronic machines, can you write in a candidate?

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    That segment was frickin' hilarious. Coulter really made a good argument for why conservatives should vote for Hillary instead of McCain. McCain's supporters have reacted to this growing discord with their candidate just like Huck's supporters did a couple weeks ago: Always attack. Never defend.

    RINO McCain supporters think they finally have the opportunity to disenfranchise the conservatives in the party and they're gloating even before McCain secures the nomination. They would happily replace the base of the GOP with more RINO's and pro-amnesty hispanic voters who don't feel comfortable voting for anti-family dems. They are either too stubborn or ignorant to realize that McCain will never win the general election without lots of support from conservatives. Maybe some of them actually know that "inconvenient truth", but don't care because a McCain nomination will ensure a win for Hilldawg or Obama.

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    Huckabee is the conservatives worst enemy ,he is the Ralph Nadar of this years primaries and seems to have no clue and will make hillary or obama president which will change the court for the next 20 years and destroy everything MIKE holds dear.Rudy realized that his staying in would hurt the canidate who believes like him and step out.

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