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I Woman’s Dream of a Woman Becoming President May Not Be So Far Fetched in 2008

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What if the Republicans and Democrats both pick woman nominees, to run in 2008 election? Like Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton for example. Would the turn out poll number go up or down in 2008 election? If Condoleezza Rice wins will George Bush work for Condoleezza Rice…lol….or would people even vote???:confused:
 
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Loxd4 said:
What if the Republicans and Democrats both pick woman nominees, to run in 2008 election? Like Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton for example. Would the turn out poll number go up or down in 2008 election? If Condoleezza Rice wins will George Bush work for Condoleezza Rice…lol….or would people even vote???:confused:
Goerge Bush will become a private citizen after his term ends. He will have reached the zenith of public service. But you might look for Jeb to be a ranking advisor in the Rice White House.
 
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