Former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson (R) - 77.63%
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R) - 76.32%
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 71.05%
Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd (D) - 43.42%
New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 42.11%
New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson (D) - 39.47%
Former North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D) - 36.84%
I had MIke Gravel, probably not going to vote for him.
Did you get to meet Romney at the ISU/IA game? He was sitting in my section during the 2nd quarter and then moved. I stopped and said hi and hope he destroys Clinton if he is the repbulican choice.
No, I didn't. I'm hoping it's anyone but Clinton, mainly because although she doesn't disagree with my stances as much as some others, I'm pretty convinced that she will change her stance to whatever she thinks it needs to be.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R)
If I had to pick right now I was going to vote for Giuliani but he only came up as a 57.29% match for me. Fred Thompson is the next closest for me at 83.33%. Not a bad little site to try. I had Romney on my radar but in all honesty I'm not really going to get caught up on this until we are down to 2 candidates considering I register to vote Independent so I don't even vote in the primaries.
The more I read about Obama's "ideas", the more I think Hilary Clinton wouldn't be the worst possible choice as President.
Under his ideals, if you make any kind of money at all...you should give up a good percentage of that money to give to the government so they can do with it as they please. The guy literally wants to tax nearly everything...and tax it hard.
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