I am kind of surprised that Bobby Jindal is not doing as well as Romeny. I would have chosen Jindal over Romney any day of the week.
CS: It usually takes a few days for a clear trend to be established on my polls.
This is weird, but I can't get Queen's "Bicycle" tune out of my head after reading this post.
DaBlade......I don't wanna be the President of America You say smile I say cheese Cartier I say please Income tax I say Jesus I don't wanna be a candidate For Vietnam or Watergate Cos all I want to do is Bicycle bicycle bicycle I want to ride my bicycle bicycle bicycle...The lyrics, the vid, and Sanford's act of self-destruction...Very interesting connections.
>>Piyush Amrit Jindal was born on June 10, 1971 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Punjabi Indian Agrawal immigrants Amar and Raj Jindal, who had recently arrived for Amar to attend graduate school at Louisiana State University. His father, Amar, left India and his ancestral family village of Khanpura in 1970,...>>From Wikipedia.I think that to be "Natural Born" and qualify to become president, you have to be born in the US _and_ at least one parent has to be a US citizen. His parents immigrated into the US in '70, he was born in "71. Not long enough to acquire citizenship. I keep telling you...there's a problem! I like him too, but there's a problem!
Suek: You might be right. I wish I knew the answer. They way things have been going lately, Obama might run unopposed in 2012.
We're not endorsing Palin or anyone this way out, but we do want to see Palin run. Our conservative women have been persecuted and denied equal and fair treatment by the mass media. But Palin always seems to rise above the mudslinging and push for the values that will benefit America.Her latest attack? John Kerry wishing she had turned up missing instead of Sanford. Wow. You would think the military would have installed better values into Senator Kerry than to wish either death or sexual scandal--depending on how you interpret it-- on political opponents. Shame on you, Kerry!BTW: Nacilbupera likes both Jindal and Romney as well voting is getting harder...
nacilbupera:I'd take any of the remaining choices over Obama in a flash. The more difficult question is who could win against Obama.Looking forward to the final round. Thanks to everyone for their continuing participation.
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