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Grimis Scrapple Since: 11.7.02 From: MD Since last post: 1428 days Last activity: 9 hours # 1 Posted on 17.12.03 1149.05 | Instant Rating: 7.29 Arizona Primary Dean 31 Clark 29 Lieberman 10 Gephardt 9 Kerry 7 Other 11 Undecided 3 Margin of Error: 4.9% New Hampshire Primary Dean 46 Kerry 17 Clark 10 Lieberman 7 Edwards 4 Gephardt 3 Other 1 Undecided 11 Oklahoma Primary Clark 34 Dean 21 Lieberman 11 Gephardt 8 Edwards 8 Kerry 4 Other 11 Undecided 3 Margin of Error: 4.7% South Carolina Primary Dean 21 Clark 20 Sharpton 15 Edwards 15 Gephardt 10 Lieberman 5 Mosley-Braun 4 Kerry 3 Kucinich 1 Undecided 7 Margin of Error: 4.1% (edited by Grimis on 17.12.03 1249) Promote this thread!
vsp Andouille Since: 3.1.02 From: Philly Since last post: 3192 days Last activity: 406 days # 2 Posted on 17.12.03 1216.38 | Instant Rating: 0.00 Basically, it's coming down to Dean, Clark and Also Running. About the only people still surprised by this are John Kerry and Joe Lieberman... "There were times when I intensely wanted to walk out of the theater and into the fresh air and look at the sky and buy an apple and sigh for our civilization, but I stuck it out." -- Roger Ebert
DrDirt Banger Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 25 days Last activity: 3 days # 3 Posted on 17.12.03 1244.08 | Instant Rating: 7.59
I am surprised that Dean is polling that well in areas I wouldn't think he would have much appeal. I really can't comprehend Clark going far, unless his handlers can totally script every comment he makes. Perception is reality
"Meanwhile, Mr. Lennex fretted that the acceptance of Mr.. Kerry's offer will set a bad precedent. "Now if the next student writes a letter to Ozzy Osbourne and he decides he wants to speak at graduation, are we going to allow that?
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