McCAIN And PEROT Cast Glances To and Frogreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
" John McCain will take votes from anyone: Democrats, independents, even vegetarians, as he joked last Sunday. But could he embrace the party of Ross Perot, the man Senator McCain once described as nuttier than a fruitcake?"
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-- Zdude (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 26, 2000
Well, McCain and I agree on something! I used to think that Perot was okay until he started waving his graphs around and yammering about his "lists." Talk about shades of Nixon! Okay, so Nixon had a couple of good points, although I'm hard-pressed to remember what those were right now.
Couldn't the Libertarians have come up with someone besides Harry Browne? What about Carla Emery? This election year stinks.
-- (email@example.com), February 26, 2000.
This election year stinks.
It's no different than the last two.
-- (-@-.-), February 26, 2000.
So I guess McCrank isn't the hardcore "Reagan Republican" he claims to be after all.
I'm sure that's news to SOMEONE. Someone who didn't bother LISTENING to the L-O-S-E-R.
-- Charles Underwood Farley (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 26, 2000.
Why did Ross's graphic example of the various financial, educational, and health-care sectors, confuse you to the point of flatly dismissing him?
Are you one of the people that are not bright enough to understand the implications of those graphs?
I guess it's easy to see why so few voted for him, I'm sure you represent the majority of voters.
In your defense, please give one example of how what Ross described was wrong.
-- Gregg (email@example.com), February 26, 2000.
It isn't Perot's charts and graphs that bothers me, I voted for him in 92 because he was right on the NAFTA and WTO issues. When he ran in 96 I heard him say that his solution for poor kids growing up in poverty in welfare slums would be to take the little babies at birth and let the loving government raise them. Thats the craziest idea I've heard yet. A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing!
-- Search (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 27, 2000.