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Re: Fwd: Moms for McCain: Rice VP post needed

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  • pumbaaja2
    ... to see if anyone can help you with this. ... recent McCain-RIce blog post I made which you are welcome to use or edit to suit. ...
    Message 1 of 2 , May 27, 2008
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      --- In rice-for-president@yahoogroups.com, Peter Dow <peterdow@...> wrote:
      > Hi Jean,
      > I'm forwarding your message on to Rice for President Yahoo Group
      to see if anyone can help you with this.
      > Also I am attaching a file to this email with the HTML text of a
      recent McCain-RIce blog post I made which you are welcome to use or
      edit to suit.
      > - Peter Dow,
      > Owner, Rice for President Yahoo Group
      > Jean <tigrefan98@...> wrote:
      > Date: Sun, 18 May 2008 06:30:55 -0000
      > From: "Jean" <tigrefan98@...>
      > To: Peter Dow <peterdow@...>
      > Subject: Moms for McCain: Rice VP post needed
      > Hi Peter. I'm the founder of the Moms for McCain blog and next week
      > I'll be featuring posts about some of the prominent VP candidates. I
      > was hoping you'd know of a pro-Rice Mom who'd be interested in writing
      > a blurb about why they support her for VP. (You're welcome to do a
      > blurb if needed, I just wanted to give 'Moms' first dibbs).
      > Please email me if you are interested, I'm at tigrefan98@... or
      > moms4mccain@... Thanks!
      > Jean Avery
      > Moms for McCain
      > http://moms4mccain.blogspot.com
      > ---------------------------------
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      > McCain - Rice 2008 ticket. The case for VP Condi.
      > <object width="470" height="406"><param name="movie"
      value="http://uk.youtube.com/p/C88B108ED71F35D4" /><param name="wmode"
      value="transparent" /><embed
      type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="470" height="406"
      > <strong>Embedded video playlist instructions</strong>
      > When playing a video in the playlist, you can place your cursor on
      the lower part of the video image to click to another video in the
      > <strong>42 Condi videos in this playlist. 2 hours 15 minutes to
      watch them all.</strong>
      > <A HREF="http://uk.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=C88B108ED71F35D4"
      TARGET="playlist">Playlist description and about these videos details.</A>
      > <A HREF="http://www.state.gov/cms_images/2007_04_12_mccain_600.jpg"
      WIDTH=470 HEIGHT=342></A>
      > <em>April 12, 2007. Secretary Condoleezza Rice meets with Senator
      John McCain, (now the presumptive nominee for the Republican
      nomination for President of the United States of America) at the State
      > <strong>McCain-Rice wins 46 States. Hillary-Obama wins 4
      > My analysis of a poll predicts a landslide victory for a
      <strong>McCain - Rice</strong> ticket in the 2008 presidential elections.
      > <blockquote>In a new poll conducted by Marist College and WNBC, a
      McCain-Rice ticket would beat a ticket that includes both Hillary
      Clinton and Barack Obama in New York — a state that reliably votes for
      the Democratic candidate. (In 2004, John Kerry beat President Bush
      there by nearly 20 points. In 2000, the margin between Al Gore and
      Bush was an even higher 25 points.)
      > - <A
      TARGET="ticker">CNN Political Ticker blog</A></blockquote>
      > <A
      TARGET="poll">The poll</A> says McCain-Rice wins by 3% in New York
      State which makes a 21% swing to the Republicans from the <A
      TARGET="results">presidential election results in 2004</A>. Imagine
      now a 21% swing to McCain-Rice compared to Bush-Cheney ...
      > To put this in perspective, if McCain-Rice did 21% better in all
      states compared to Bush-Cheney in 2004, which states would the
      Democrats win, if they couldn't even win in their Democratic Party
      stronghold of New York State?
      > Come on people do the math! The answer I think is -
      > <strong>McCain-Rice 2008 - 46 states won easy</strong>
      > Too many states to mention.
      > <strong>Clinton-Obama 2008 - 4 states won maximum</strong>
      > The Democrats would only win - D.C., Massachusetts - if they were
      lucky they might win Rhode Island and Vermont as well.
      > Against McCain - Rice, the Democrats would win 2 states for sure,
      maybe 4 in total, not much more.
      > All the other states would be won by McCain - Rice, assuming the
      swing of 21% to McCain-Rice.
      > <strong>The Rice boost to the ticket.</strong>
      > McCain-Rice is trusted by the voters of left and right and 21% more
      in New York State than Bush-Cheney was trusted.
      > Please people MATH, MATH, MATH.
      > If you can understand the math, and that poll is an accurate measure
      of US voter opinion, then McCain-Rice promises to be a LANDSLIDE
      victory for the Republicans, winning all states apart from a few.
      > The Democratic National Committee knows this even if the GOP does
      not yet - Howard Dean has set up via several DNC front organisations,
      a <A
      TARGET="cmg">"smear Condi" campaign</A> such is the Democrats fear of
      the Republicans drafting Condi to the McCain ticket.
      > Condi has suffered more entertaining smears than this before (<A
      TARGET="crr">Condi Rice Raps video</A>) yet still she remains popular.
      > So why should John McCain choose a running mate who only adds one or
      two states to the ticket - when Condi secures almost ALL STATES to the
      > - Peter Dow
      > <A HREF="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rice-for-president/"
      TARGET="rfp">Rice for President Yahoo Group</A>

      Hi Peter!

      Our Communications Director at "Think Condi"is a mom. I'm sure
      she'd love to write a blurb for "Moms for McCain"!

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