Cheney resigns citing health problems in 2006... Frist appointed VP

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Quote from: opebo on January 09, 2005, 12:52:26 PM

Quote from: Philip on January 09, 2005, 12:46:57 PM

The economy already turned around, unemployment is already at a record low, and we already know that 68% of Americans support partial privatization of Social Security. The one big what-if is Iraq.

Unemployment was much lower under Clinton.  Of course it was even lower back in the Kennedy and Johnson years.

Unemployment was lower then 5.6% in the 60s? Um, links or evidence? lol

Well, here's the chart:

Thanks for all the fish!:
Hmmm. The general consensus seems to be that Frist is a bad candidate. Do you think a Frist vs. Clinton (Hillary) would see record low turnout?

True Federalist (진정한 연방 주의자):
It would give Frist a small advantage in einning the GOP '08 nomination.  It would have no effect on the general election outcome, save for any effect that might result from a change in the GOP nominee (if Frist getting the nod depended upon this).

Frist is a C candidate at best. I think he was ruled out by the establishment long ago, hence the Majority leader spot.


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