Mel Karmazin in USA Today.

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  1. 1Vegasgirl

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    He is not endorsing obama. No wonder Howard was a little quieter this morning. It is a pac called: acriticalchoice.com. It is is today's USA today on page 7A. Mel Karmazin in one of many business leaders.
     
  2. racerx

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    mel is a hardcore republican and always has been. howard knew that in the 80s
     
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    He also is a very smart businessman evidently.
     
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    agreed. hey if i had mel-money i would want to vote mitt too, though my principles would probably stay with dr paul.
    i was just saying it's just not news who he's voting for. he always votes rep.
     
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    Are Mel & Howard even on speaking terms anymore?
     
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    Well, if you listen to Howard then the answer is "no". Although Howard seems to lie about everything, this is one item that I believe. If I am the CEO and some asshole sues the company and it is a stupid, baseless, frivolous lawsuit, I don't talk to Howard either.
     
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    Of course he is... he got educated, made something of himself through hard work and succeeded. 90% of the dems i know are people who struggle thru life and want someone to blame for their failures.
     
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    i now tend to believe the opposite of whatever howard says :)
     
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    oh palease.

    so if mitt ran as a dem, you wouldn't vote for him?
    if hillary ran as a rep, you would vote for her?
     
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    I would not vote for Hillary if she was reincarnated as Ronald Reagan. Mitt would not be a dem as he isnt reliant on the government to provide him with money, clothing, free cheese, etc.
     
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    so you proved people shouldn't blindly vote party then.
    if you didn't hear any campaign rhetoric, and you only read all the bills he signed, i doubt you would confidently guess what party he's in.
     
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    I would vote for Romney strictly due to Obama hiding his past... refusing to release his college transcripts and his college applications, etc...
     
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    Yes and know.


    Where they would once have nice (..long'ish.) friendly talks...they now have much shorter (..and somewhat "tense".) "negotiations"...with
    someone else usually on the line.


    So many storiES....such few words.



    [video=youtube;9zPOT8Z3UlM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zPOT8Z3UlM[/video]
     
  14. PI Nate

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    at least MK is honest about it, the wig is voting mitt and is too much a phony and BS artist to fess up...
     
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    agree 100%. my point was that it's silly to vote based on party. hillary is only a dem because that was her fastest road to power. i wouldn't vote her either, regardless of whatever platform her and bill design for 2016.
    we differ on the merit of a 'platform'.
    to me a 'platform' is merely something created to try to win an election.
    i tend to believe more what someone says and does before they are campaigning.
     
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    i agree in general. why work with anyone to pass liberal bills though, just to show you can work with people to get re-elected. i'd rather no bills pass.
    yea, because no dems are successful or do charitable work. :rolleye:
    i do think his business success and managerial skills are huge assets. as well as his general intelligence.
    but i'd vote for a guy low iq guy who failed in business, if i knew he'd seal the border, rid the progressive tax system, and not sign any bills that aren't paid for, etc etc
     
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    the entire premise of "would you vote for hillary if she was a republican" is retarded. if she were GOP, she'd think like me and voting for her wouldnt be a problem...:grad:
     
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    it's supposed to be.

    agreed, they were only voting against bush, even though bush wasn't running. though mccain(who used to be my favorite senator) didn't do himself any favors by going against his principles with the VP pick.
     
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    :secret:she used to be a republican. and a republican candidate used to be a democrat(i think his advisers said he needed to be a rep. to win in Tx)

    i'm a republican and i don't think like you.
    actually, on your specific policy posts i always agree with you. i just don't buy into the other stuff
     
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    she is a native of park ridge Il, a MAJOR GOP stronghold in these parts. but academia altered her perception...:grad: