Arnold Harris:
I'm not interested in sitting through one of these dreary and endless online surveys, but here are some simple answers to what you want to know:

1) If Hillary Clinton is the democratic nominee, chances are about 50-50 I will vote for her.

2) If Barack Obama is the deomocratic nomination, chances are exactly zero I will vote for him.

Arnold Harris
Mount Horeb WI
3.31.2008 11:18pm
Rosemary, Queen of All Evil (mail):
I made the poll. Just click a button and you are done. Nothing more.
3.31.2008 11:20pm
Ara Rubyan (www):
Really, Arnold. Two choices. The End.
3.31.2008 11:26pm
shep (mail):
He's made his choice: more death and disaster. Fish gotta swim....
4.1.2008 12:01am
Adam (mail):
There's no "none of the above" choice.
4.1.2008 7:21am
Jerry K. :
That would be Ralph Nader
4.1.2008 10:11am
Ara Rubyan (www):

None of the above? Really? You'd take 1-3 more Alito's on the SCOTUS?
4.1.2008 11:32am

I thought the same thing about there not being a "none of the above" category. Though another 4 years of Republican rule doesn't sit well with me, at this point, I just can't get excited about voting for Hillary if she becomes the nominee. Maybe by November that would change, but right now, I'd have to say no on Hill.
4.1.2008 12:37pm
shep (mail):
"I just can't get excited about voting for Hillary if she becomes the nominee."

I couldn't agree more but, remember, politics is always the choice between the lesser of evils. Looking at it that way, it's an easy choice.
4.1.2008 1:10pm
Ara Rubyan (www):
Just because it's a cliche doesn't mean it ain't true:

"Half a loaf is better than none."
"Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good."
"Politics is the art of the possible."

4.1.2008 3:52pm
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