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New 2008 Scenario

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With the Republican Party currently facing great threats as its top leaders face scandal as well as the whole Hurricane Katrina debacle with Bush's approval rating slipping to 41%, can someone make a new 2008 scenario?

Preferably, I would like Al Gore included.

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Who would be the best Republican challenger?

I used to think Frist, but now that's he's got a scandal of his own, who knows?

It may end up being an unknown.

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Brownback? He seems to be the Conservative leading the charge against Meirs, and I'm thinking a Conservative, not a Republican, will win the Republican nomination.

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Huckabee is going to have trouble becoming prominant and convincing people that they wouldnt throw away their vote with him, but I think he is really strong. Great talker, so much like Clinton.

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Huckabee is going to have trouble becoming prominant and convincing people that they wouldnt throw away their vote with him, but I think he is really strong.  Great talker, so much like Clinton.

And both from the same home-town (Hope)... strange, no?

Anyway, Brownback will have a similar problem I think. Sure, he's a hard-core conservative, but I don't think he has enough national recognition to make it.

Of course, it is still a while before '08 too.

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Blue Moon is a tough one, I think

Well yeah, if you run against McCain. Against any other candidate, I usually get anywhere from the mid-300s to the low 400s.

My personal best in that scenario is 529 against Frist.

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yeah, MCain's a ringer

Al gore would thump and should be added, though I do not think he'll run (only if Hilary has to drop out then maybe)

tried to make all the '08s reasonably tough and regionalism plays an imp[ortant role

anyway, glad people liked it :)

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