No Shariah in Kansas, Amateur Book

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Standard of the Governor of Kansas (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Interesting story from my inbox. Quoting from Newsmax…

Republican Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed a bill aimed at keeping state courts and agencies from using Islamic or other non-U.S. laws when making decisions, his office said on Friday.

The law has been dubbed the “sharia bill” because critics say it targets the Islamic legal code. Sharia, or Islamic law, covers all aspects of Muslim life, including religious obligations and financial dealings. Opponents of state bans say they could nullify wills or legal contracts between Muslims.

Why is this important? 1. Liberals won’t like it (chuckle), and 2. it reinforces the “law of the land” regarding most legal manners. There have been way to many attempts to weave shariah into American laws recently. I hope the Kansas law succeeds.

Read more on Newsmax.com: Kansas Governor Signs Bill Effectively Banning Shariah

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    • HANDSOME LIBERAL♠
    • February 23, 2014

    Hey Governor Sam Brownback Of Kansas? Why you gotta be a puss when it comes to a little girl, telling the truth about you crooked republicans? I hope you see this or your staffers. LOL When it comes to free speech, I guess it’s people like you that only think that free speech exist to rich people. Well, YOU GUESSED WRONG! HAHAHA! Here’s a suggestion, grow a pair.

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      • Admin
      • February 23, 2014

      Brownback is a theocratic extremist who believes he speaks for God. I pity the people of Kansas having to deal with this monumental ego.

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    • Nice too meet you.
    • March 3, 2014

    Who Are The 2008 Leading Presidential Candidates For The Green Party? Idependent Party? Liberation Party??

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    1. These are people running next year.

      Major Parties

      Democratic Party
      United States Democratic presidential candidates, 2008
      Candidates for the Democratic Party:

      Joe Biden, U.S. Senator from Delaware (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator from New York and Former First Lady (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Christopher Dodd, U.S. Senator from Connecticut (Campaign Site)
      John Edwards, Former U.S. Senator from North Carolina and 2004 Democratic Vice Presidential candidate (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Mike Gravel, Former U.S. Senator from Alaska (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Dennis Kucinich, U.S. Representative from Ohio (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Barack Obama , U.S. Senator from Illinois (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico and Former Secretary of Energy
      Active draft movement:

      Al Gore, former Vice President of the United States and Democratic Candidate for President in 2000

      Withdrawn candidates:

      Tom Vilsack, Former Governor of Iowa, a presidential candidate from November 30, 2006 to February 23, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Democratic nomination due to a lack of funds and endorsed Senator Clinton.[26]

      United States Republican presidential candidates, 2008
      Candidates for the Republican Party:

      Sam Brownback, U.S. Senator from Kansas (Campaign Site)
      Rudy Giuliani, Former Mayor of New York City (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Duncan Hunter, U.S. Representative from California (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Alan Keyes, Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (Campaign Site)
      John McCain, U.S. Senator from Arizona (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Mitt Romney, Former Governor of Massachusetts (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Tom Tancredo, U.S. Representative from Colorado (Campaign Site)
      Fred Thompson, Former U.S. Senator from Tennessee (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Withdrawn candidates:

      Jim Gilmore, Former Governor of Virginia, a presidential candidate from December 19, 2006 to July 14, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Republican nomination, citing fundraising problems.
      Tommy Thompson, Former Governor of Wisconsin and Former Secretary of Health and Human Services, a presidential candidate from April 1, 2007 to August 12, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Republican nomination, citing a poor showing in the Ames Straw Poll held on August 11, and endorsed Rudy Giuliani

      Third parties
      : United States third party presidential candidates, 2008

      Constitution Party
      Candidates for the Constitution Party:

      Don J. Grundmann of California (Campaign site)
      Bryan Malatesta of Texas[29]
      Diane Beall Templin of California[30]
      Potential Candidates for the Constitution Party:

      Jim Gilchrist of California
      Jerome Corsi of New Jersey

      Green Party
      Candidates for the Green Party (Official Press Release):

      Jared Ball of Washington DC (Campaign site)
      Elaine Brown of Georgia[31] (Campaign site)
      Jesse Johnson of West Virginia, former Mountain Party candidate for US Senate and Governor
      Jerry Kann of New York (Campaign site)
      Kent Mesplay of California, California Delegate to the Green National Committee (Campaign site)
      Kat Swift of Texas, co-chair of Texas Green Party (Campaign site)
      Potential candidates

      Ralph Nader of Connecticut (Draft Movement)
      Rebecca Rotzler of New York

      Libertarian Party
      Candidates for the Libertarian Party:

      Daniel Imperato of Florida (Campaign Site)
      Bob Jackson of Michigan (Campaign Site)
      Mike Jingozian of Oregon (Campaign Site)
      Steve Kubby of California (Campaign Site)
      Alden Link of New York. (Campaign Site)
      George Phillies of Massachusetts (Campaign Site)
      Wayne Allyn Root of Nevada (Campaign Site)
      Christine Smith of Colorado (Campaign Site)
      Potential candidates:

      Unity08 Party
      No official candidates for the newly formed Unity08 Party have yet announced themselves, but the two most frequently mentioned candidates are New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and/or Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel

      Withdrawn candidates (Minor parties)
      Green Party candidate Alan Augustson of Illinois withdrew on June 30, 2007, to seek instead the United States House of Representatives seat for the Illinois’ 5th congressional district.
      Jerome Corsi was seeking the Constitution Party nomination, but withdrew on July 14, 2007
      Dale Thompson, Bride front-man was seeking the Constitution Party nomination. [39] He dropped out around March 19, 2007]
      Doug Stanhope, comedian, had publicly announced his intentions to run, in Early to Mid 2007, for the Libertarian Party Nomination, but withdrew due to Federal Election Commission regulations on May 3, 2007.[40]

      Favorite Sons
      Stephen Colbert is currently seeking both the Republican and Democratic primary tickets in South Carolina as a favorite son.

      Independents
      Candidates running as Independents:

      Steve Adams of Kentucky (Campaign site)
      Donald K. Allen of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Blake Ashby of Missouri (Campaign Site)
      John Taylor Bowles of South Carolina (Campaign Site)
      Don Cordell of California (Campaign Site)
      Jon A Greenspon of California (Campaign Site)
      Vincent S. Hamm of Colorado (Campaign Site)
      Bob W. Hargis of Oklahoma (Campaign Site)
      David Koch of Utah (Campaign site)
      Thomas J. Kozee Jr. of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Brad Lord-Leutwyler of Nevada (Campaign Site)
      David J. Masters of North Carolina (Campaign Site)
      Charles T. Maxham of New Jersey (Campaign Site)
      James H. Mccall of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Joe Schriner of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Kelcey Wilson of California (Campaign Site)
      Active draft movements

      Michael Moriarty, actor, writer, musician, and political activist. [43][44]
      Sam Nunn, former U.S. Senator (D-Georgia) [45]

      Source(s):

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/united_stat

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    • Spanaki
    • March 27, 2014

    Which Republicans Will Run For President In 2016?

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    1. Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida 1999-2007
      Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey since 2010
      Jon Huntsman, Jr., United States Ambassador to China 2009-2011; Governor of Utah 2005-2009; presidential candidate in 2012 election
      Rand Paul, U.S. Senator from Kentucky since 2011
      Rick Santorum, U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania 1995-2007; U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1991-1995; presidential candidate in 2012 election

      AND AMONG MANY OTHERS HERE ARE MANY MORE EXPECTED OR CONSIDERING
      Marco Rubio, U.S. Senator from Florida since 2011—(HE IS WIDELY EXPECTED TO AND MY CHOICE)
      Paul Ryan, 2012 vice-presidential nominee, U.S. Representative from Wisconsin since 1999—(PAUL RYAN IS ANOTHER CHOICE I WOULD BE HAPPY WITH)

      Sam Brownback, Governor of Kansas since 2011; U.S. Senator from Kansas 1996-2011; presidential candidate in 2008 election
      Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana since 2008; U.S. Representative from Louisiana 2005-2008
      John Kasich, Governor of Ohio since 2011; U.S. Representative from Ohio 1983-2001
      John Thune, U.S. Senator from South Dakota since 2005, U.S. Representative from South Dakota 1997-2003
      Bob McDonnell, Governor of Virginia since 2010; Attorney General of Virginia 2006-2009
      Sarah Palin, 2008 vice-presidential nominee; Governor of Alaska 2006-2009 (I HOPE SHE DOES NOT)
      Ted Cruz, U.S. Senator from Texas since 2013; Solicitor General of Texas 2003-2008
      Rick Perry, Governor of Texas since 2000, Lieutenant Governor of Texas 1999-2000; presidential candidate in 2012 election
      Susana Martinez, Governor of New Mexico since 2011
      Mitch Daniels, President of Purdue University since 2013; Governor of Indiana, 2005-2013
      Jim DeMint, U.S. Senator from South Carolina 2005-2013; U.S. Representative from South Carolina 1999-2005
      Mike Pence, Governor of Indiana since 2013; U.S. Representative from Indiana 2001-2013

      WANT MORE GO TO
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_2016#Republican_Party

      AND FOR DEMOCRATS GO TO
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_2016#Democratic_Party

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    • Kpxluv
    • April 6, 2014

    Candidates For Presidency? Is there a candidate that is not in any of the two parties (republic or democratic) cuz last year i think there was one person who was running for president but was not in the two political parties.

    so is there a candidate that is running for president for 2008 that is not in the democratic &republic party?
    could you name the person and the parties’ name that is running for the 2008 presidency.

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    1. There’s about 8 of them do your homework

      Democratic Party
      Main article: 2008 Democratic presidential candidates
      Candidates for the Democratic Party:

      Joe Biden, U.S. Senator from Delaware (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator from New York and Former First Lady (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Christopher Dodd, U.S. Senator from Connecticut (Campaign Site)
      John Edwards, Former U.S. Senator from North Carolina and 2004 Democratic Vice Presidential candidate (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Mike Gravel, Former U.S. Senator from Alaska (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Dennis Kucinich, U.S. Representative from Ohio (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Barack Obama , U.S. Senator from Illinois (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico and Former Secretary of Energy (Campaign Site)
      Potential candidates:

      Al Gore, Former Vice President and former U.S. Senator from Tennessee (AlGore.com)[25]
      Withdrawn candidates:

      Tom Vilsack, Former Governor of Iowa, a presidential candidate from November 30, 2006 to February 23, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Democratic nomination due to a lack of funds.[26]

      Republican Party
      Main article: 2008 Republican presidential candidates
      Candidates for the Republican Party:

      Sam Brownback, U.S. Senator from Kansas (Campaign Site)
      Rudy Giuliani, Former Mayor of New York City (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Duncan Hunter, U.S. Representative from California (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Alan Keyes, Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (Campaign Site)
      John McCain, U.S. Senator from Arizona (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Mitt Romney, Former Governor of Massachusetts (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Tom Tancredo, U.S. Representative from Colorado (Campaign Site)
      Fred Thompson, Former U.S. Senator from Tennessee (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)
      Additional third tier candidates have filed with the FEC – See main article.
      Potential candidates:

      Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House (Winning The Future)[27]
      Withdrawn candidates:

      Jim Gilmore, Former Governor of Virginia, a presidential candidate from December 19, 2006 to July 14, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Republican nomination, citing fundraising problems.[28]
      Tommy Thompson, Former Governor of Wisconsin and Former Secretary of Health and Human Services, a presidential candidate from April 1, 2007 to August 12, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Republican nomination, citing a poor showing in the Ames Straw Poll held on August 11.

      Third parties
      Main article: 2008 United States third party presidential candidates

      Constitution Party
      Candidates for the Constitution Party:

      Don J. Grundmann of California (Campaign site)
      Bryan Malatesta of Texas[29] [30]
      Potential candidates:

      Alan Keyes, Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (Campaign Site)
      Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas (Campaign Article, Campaign Site)

      Green Party
      Candidates for the Green Party (Official Press Release):

      Elaine Brown of Georgia[31] (Campaign site)
      Jerry Kann of New York (Campaign site)
      Kent Mesplay of California, California Delegate to the Green National Committee (Campaign site)
      Kat Swift of Texas, co-chair of Texas Green Party (Campaign site)
      Potential candidates:

      Ralph Nader of Connecticut [32] (Draft Movement)
      Rebecca Rotzler of New York [33]

      Libertarian Party
      Candidates for the Libertarian Party:

      Daniel Imperato of Florida (Campaign Site)
      Mike Jingozian of Oregon (Campaign Site)
      Bob Jackson of Michigan (Campaign Site)
      Steve Kubby of California (Campaign Site)
      Alden Link of New York. (Campaign Site)
      George Phillies of Massachusetts (Campaign Site)
      Christine Smith of Colorado (Campaign Site)
      Wayne Allyn Root of Nevada (Campaign Site)
      Potential candidates:

      Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas (Campaign Site)
      Ed Thompson, former Tomah, Wisconsin mayor and 2002 Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate. [34]

      Withdrawn candidates (Minor parties)
      Green Party candidate Alan Augustson of Illinois withdrew on June 30, 2007, to seek instead the United States House of Representatives seat for the Illinois’ 5th congressional district. [35]
      Jerome Corsi was seeking the Constitution Party nomination, but withdrew on July 14, 2007.[36]
      Dale Thompson, Bride front-man was seeking the Constitution Party nomination. [37] He dropped out around March 19, 2007.[citation needed]
      Doug Stanhope, comedian, had publicly announced his intentions to run, in Early to Mid 2007, for the Libertarian Nomination, but withdrew due to Federal Election Commission regulations on May 3, 2007.[38]

      Independents
      Candidates running as Independents:

      Blake Ashby of Missouri (Campaign Site)
      Don Cordell of California (Campaign Site)
      Joe Schriner of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Jon A Greenspon of California (Campaign Site)
      Brad Lord-Leutwyler of Nevada (Campaign Site)
      Charles T. Maxham of New Jersey (Campaign Site)
      James H. Mccall of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      David J. Masters of North Carolina (Campaign Site)
      Donald K. Allen of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Steve Adams of Kentucky (Campaign site)
      David Koch of Utah (Campaign site)
      John Taylor Bowles of South Carolina (Campaign Site)
      Bob W. Hargis of Oklahoma (Campaign Site)
      Thomas J. Kozee Jr. of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Active draft movements

      Michael Bloomberg, New York City mayor.[39](Draft Movement)
      Ralph Nader of Connecticut [40] (Draft Movement)
      Self-declared potential candidates

      Former Senator Sam Nunn (D-Georgia) [41]

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    • (:
    • April 7, 2014

    Do You Kn Who Will Running For Government In November? Well., i need it for my social studies homework, but I have no ideas who is it!

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    1. Candidates for the November 2008 US Presidential Elections

      Democratic Party

      Candidates for the Democratic Party:

      Joe Biden, U.S. Senator from Delaware (Campaign Site)
      Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator from New York and Former First Lady (Campaign Site)
      Christopher Dodd, U.S. Senator from Connecticut (Campaign Site)
      John Edwards, Former U.S. Senator from North Carolina and 2004 Democratic Vice Presidential candidate (Campaign Site)
      Mike Gravel, Former U.S. Senator from Alaska (Campaign Site)
      Dennis Kucinich, U.S. Representative from Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Barack Obama , U.S. Senator from Illinois (Campaign Site)
      Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico and Former Secretary of Energy (Campaign Site)
      Potential candidates:

      Wesley Clark, Former NATO Commander (WesPAC)[25]
      Al Gore, Former Vice President and former U.S. Senator from Tennessee (AlGore.com)[26]
      Withdrawn candidates:

      Tom Vilsack, Former Governor of Iowa, a presidential candidate from November 30, 2006 to February 23, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Democratic nomination due to a lack of funds.[27]

      Republican Party

      Candidates for the Republican Party:

      Sam Brownback, U.S. Senator from Kansas (Campaign Site)
      Rudy Giuliani, Former Mayor of New York City (Campaign Site)
      Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas (Campaign Site)
      Duncan Hunter, U.S. Representative from California (Campaign Site)
      John McCain, U.S. Senator from Arizona (Campaign Site)
      Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas (Campaign Site)
      Mitt Romney, Former Governor of Massachusetts (Campaign Site)
      Tom Tancredo, U.S. Representative from Colorado (Campaign Site)
      Fred Thompson, Former U.S. Senator from Tennessee (Campaign Site)
      Additional third tier candidates have filed with the FEC – See main article.
      Potential candidates:

      Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House (Winning The Future)[28]
      Chuck Hagel, U.S. Senator from Nebraska (Sandhills PAC)[29]
      Alan Keyes, Former Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (Renew America)[30]
      Withdrawn candidates:

      Jim Gilmore, Former Governor of Virginia, a presidential candidate from December 19, 2006 to July 14, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Republican nomination, citing fundraising problems.[31]
      Tommy Thompson, Former Governor of Wisconsin and Former Secretary of Health and Human Services, a presidential candidate from April 1, 2007 to August 12, 2007, withdrew from seeking the Republican nomination, citing a poor showing in the Ames Straw Poll held on August 11.

      Third parties

      Constitution Party
      Candidates for the Constitution Party:

      Don J. Grundmann of California (Campaign site)
      Bryan Malatesta of Texas[32] [33]

      Green Party
      Candidates for the Green Party (Official Press Release):

      Elaine Brown of Georgia[34] (Campaign site)
      Jerry Kann of New York (Campaign site)
      Kent Mesplay of California, California Delegate to the Green National Committee (Campaign site)
      Kat Swift of Texas, co-chair of Texas Green Party (Campaign site)
      Self-declared potential candidates:

      Rebecca Rotzler of New York [35]
      Cynthia McKinney[36][37]

      Libertarian Party
      Candidates for the Libertarian Party:

      Daniel Imperato of Florida (Campaign Site)
      Mike Jingozian of Oregon (Campaign Site)
      Bob Jackson of Michigan (Campaign Site)
      Steve Kubby of California (Campaign Site)
      Alden Link of New York. (Campaign Site)
      George Phillies of Massachusetts (Campaign Site)
      Christine Smith of Colorado (Campaign Site)
      Wayne Allyn Root of Nevada (Campaign Site)
      Self-declared potential candidates:

      Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas (Campaign Site)
      Ed Thompson, former Tomah, Wisconsin mayor and 2002 Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate. [38]

      Withdrawn candidates (Minor parties)
      Green Party candidate Alan Augustson of Illinois withdrew on June 30, 2007, to seek instead the United States House of Representatives seat for the Illinois’ 5th congressional district. [39]
      Jerome Corsi was seeking the Constitution Party nomination, but withdrew on July 14, 2007.[40]
      Dale Thompson, Bride front-man was seeking the Constitution Party nomination. [41] He dropped out around March 19, 2007.[citation needed]
      Doug Stanhope, comedian, had publicly announced his intentions to run, in Early to Mid 2007, for the Libertarian Nomination, but withdrew due to Federal Election Commission regulations on May 3, 2007.[42]

      Independents
      Candidates running as Independents:

      Blake Ashby of Missouri (Campaign Site)
      Don Cordell of California (Campaign Site)
      Joe Schriner of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Jon A Greenspon of California (Campaign Site)
      Brad Lord-Leutwyler of Nevada (Campaign Site)
      Charles T. Maxham of New Jersey (Campaign Site)
      James H. Mccall of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      David J. Masters of North Carolina (Campaign Site)
      Donald K. Allen of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Steve Adams of Kentucky (Campaign site)
      David Koch of Utah (Campaign site)
      John Taylor Bowles of South Carolina (Campaign Site)
      Bob W. Hargis of Oklahoma (Campaign Site)
      Thomas J. Kozee Jr. of Ohio (Campaign Site)
      Active draft movements

      Michael Bloomberg, New York City mayor.[43](Draft Movement)
      Ralph Nader of Connecticut [44] (Draft Movement)
      Self-declared potential candidates

      Former Senator Sam Nunn (D-Georgia) [45]

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    • Ravenous_hurricane
    • April 7, 2014

    Does Anyone Have A Good Idea Who’ll Be Solid Candidates For ’08? I wanna know who’ll be responsible for cleaning up Bush’s mess in Louisiana and Iraq.

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    1. I sure hate to stick my neck out this early but I think its going to be McCain vs. Hillary. This could be one of those years where people have had enough of the capital hill gang and elect another Governor to the White House.

      Democratic Announced Candidates

      * Senator Joe Biden of Delaware
      * Former Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska

      Likely potential candidates

      * Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana
      * Retired General Wesley Clark of Arkansas
      * Senator Hillary Clinton of New York
      * Former Senator Tom Daschle of South Dakota
      * Former Senator John Edwards of North Carolina
      * Senator Russ Feingold of Wisconsin
      * Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts
      * Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico
      * Governor Tom Vilsack of Iowa
      * Former Governor Mark Warner of Virginia

      Other potential candidates

      * Senator Barbara Boxer of California
      * Governor Phil Bredesen of Tennessee
      * Former Governor Howard Dean of Vermont
      * Senator Christopher Dodd of Connecticut
      * Governor Mike Easley of North Carolina
      * Former Vice President Al Gore of Tennessee
      * Representative Dennis Kucinich of Ohio
      * Representative John Lewis of Georgia
      * Former Gov. Gary Locke of Washington
      * Governor Joe Manchin of West Virginia
      * Senator Barack Obama of Illinois
      * Self-help guru Tony Robbins of California
      * Governor Brian Schweitzer of Montana
      * Reverend Al Sharpton of New York

      Republican Announced Candidate

      * John H. Cox of Illinois

      Likely potential candidates

      * Senator and Former Governor George Allen of Virginia
      * Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas
      * Senator Bill Frist of Tennessee
      * Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia
      * Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani
      * Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska
      * Governor Mike Huckabee of Arkansas
      * Senator John McCain of Arizona
      * Governor George Pataki of New York
      * Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts
      * Representative Tom Tancredo of Colorado

      Other potential candidates

      * Governor Jeb Bush of Florida
      * Senator Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina
      * Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
      * Former Ambassador Alan Keyes of Maryland
      * Former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Roy Moore
      * Governor Bill Owens of Colorado
      * Governor Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota
      * Representative Mike Pence of Indiana
      * Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice of California
      * Governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina
      * Former Governor Tommy Thompson of Wisconsin

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    • Long Live The Cornholios
    • May 27, 2014

    Who Do You Seriously Think Is Going To Run In 2008?? For the Democrats:
    Former North Carolina senator John Edwards
    New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton
    Former vice president Al Gore
    Massachusetts Senator John Kerry
    Delaware Senator Joe Biden
    Retired general Wesley Clark
    Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean
    New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson
    Former South Dakota senator Tom Daschle
    Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold
    Former Virginia governor Mark Warner
    Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich
    Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack

    For the Republicans:
    Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani
    Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
    Arizona Senator John McCain
    Former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich
    Florida Governor Jeb Bush
    Tennessee Senator Bill Frist
    Virginia Senator George Allen
    Vice President Dick Cheney
    New York Governor George Pataki
    Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney
    Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee
    Kansas Senator Sam Brownback

    For the Green Party:
    ME!!!

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    1. Edwards and Clinton sound good. Kerry is a lame candidate, Al Gore is just as much a joke as Bush is, and I don’t know who the rest are.

      Giuliani might be cool, I could easily see him winning the presidential election (hmm maybe their plan all along?). Condoleeza? She’s just like Bush, but I probably wouldn’t complain just because a black female president is progressive.

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    • HANDSOME LIBERAL♠
    • June 4, 2014

    Hey Governor Sam Brownback Of Kansas? Why you gotta be a puss when it comes to a little girl, telling the truth about you crooked republicans? I hope you see this or your staffers. LOL When it comes to free speech, I guess it’s people like you that only think that free speech exist to rich people. Well, YOU GUESSED WRONG! HAHAHA! Here’s a suggestion, grow a pair.

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    1. Brownback is a theocratic extremist who believes he speaks for God. I pity the people of Kansas having to deal with this monumental ego.

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