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I like them both. Laura is the motherly, quite and simple type. Teresa is the smart, cultured and interesting type. I chose Teresa because she will do more to help understand different cultures than Laura. When your husband is the President of the United States, it comes in handy to speak 5 different languages. :cool

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12 years ago this would of been an irrelevant question, but even since that uber-bitch Hillary decided that votes for her husband were really votes for her this is now an issue.

 

The purpose of the FC is to handle some domestic issues and act as the wife of the head of state, not much else.

 

I really wouldn't care, but Heinz scares me a bit. As we learned with Hillary, the first lady can cause political harm to her husband, the administration and the nation. With that in mind I shudder at the thought of Heinz opening up her fat yap without thinking and going off on someone.

 

You'd think for all the cash she gold-digged into she's be a little more refined and cognizant of the ramnifications of her behavior. But, she doesn't.

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how anyone can say a woman with a master in library science is not smart is beyond me.

 

i would say they are both very smart, but while mrs. kerry was travelling around looking for ways to spend money not to get taxed on it, mrs. bush actually had a job.

 

if my woman would come out in public to criticize me on my job or disagree with me it would be reason enough for divorce.

disagreements in views should be dealt with at home, in private, as a family, once we are out in public we're 1 and have to stick together. if i'm the one elected to the position, i do the talking, u smile for the cameras and vice versa if you were the one elected to that position.

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12 years ago this would of been an irrelevant question, but even since that uber-bitch Hillary decided that votes for her husband were really votes for her this is now an issue.

 

The purpose of the FC is to handle some domestic issues and act as the wife of the head of state, not much else.

 

I really wouldn't care, but Heinz scares me a bit. As we learned with Hillary, the first lady can cause political harm to her husband, the administration and the nation. With that in mind I shudder at the thought of Heinz opening up her fat yap without thinking and going off on someone.

 

You'd think for all the cash she gold-digged into she's be a little more refined and cognizant of the ramnifications of her behavior. But, she doesn't.

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And what kind of "damage" did Hilary cause Bill in your educated opinion? As far as I can remember, Hilary was an asset to Bill.

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how anyone can say a woman with a master in library science is not smart is beyond me.

 

i would say they are both very smart, but while mrs. kerry was travelling around looking for ways to spend money not to get taxed on it, mrs. bush actually had a job.

 

if my woman would come out in public to criticize me on my job or disagree with me it would be reason enough for divorce.

disagreements in views should be dealt with at home, in private, as a family, once we are out in public we're 1 and have to stick together. if i'm the one elected to the position, i do the talking, u smile for the cameras and vice versa if you were the one elected to that position.

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I smell a male chauvinist here. "your" woman is not yours. Feel lucky if some girl decides to take you some day. We are not obligated to any man's views, ideals or purposes. The time in which wives were supposed to stay quiet while their husbands screwed around and did whatever is long gone. Get over it.

 

Did you know that Laura Bush was a Democrat and disagrees with President Bush on the abortion issue? I bet you didn't know that did you? That is the major difference between Laura and Teresa. Teresa has not given up her ideals to 'please' anybody and Laura did.

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how anyone can say a woman with a master in library science is not smart is beyond me.

 

i would say they are both very smart, but while mrs. kerry was travelling around looking for ways to spend money not to get taxed on it, mrs. bush actually had a job.

 

if my woman would come out in public to criticize me on my job or disagree with me it would be reason enough for divorce.

disagreements in views should be dealt with at home, in private, as a family, once we are out in public we're 1 and have to stick together. if i'm the one elected to the position, i do the talking, u smile for the cameras and vice versa if you were the one elected to that position.

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I smell a male chauvinist here. "your" woman is not yours. Feel lucky if some girl decides to take you some day. We are not obligated to any man's views, ideals or purposes. The time in which wives were supposed to stay quiet while their husbands screwed around and did whatever is long gone. Get over it.

 

Did you know that Laura Bush was a Democrat and disagrees with President Bush on the abortion issue? I bet you didn't know that did you? That is the major difference between Laura and Teresa. Teresa has not given up her ideals to 'please' anybody and Laura did.

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ay pobrecita

 

where do i start...

 

when did i say that women are obligated to a man's "views, ideals or purposes"?

that's right, i did not.

 

i did not know that laura bush was a democrat, nor did i know she disagrees with bush's position on the abortion issue. but you know what, this proves that a woman does not have to agree with her husband, nor a man to agree with his wife to support him/her on the decisions she/he has made.

 

it is deffinitely of great distress to me when my partner decides to openly disagree with me and campaign against me, as i would not do the same. family unity is the bread and butter of any society.

 

the decision a man or a woman makes of becoming president of his/her country is not a personal one, but a family one, and when this decision is made the family should rally around the person that made this decision. those are not times for disagreements, at least not out in the public.

 

things can be discussed in private, reach agreements and go on.

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i wouldn't want a first lady that calls people who don't agree with her husband are crazy or whatever it was she said. it also doesn't help having a first lady thay says "shove it" to all the world leaders that come to the white house.

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12 years ago this would of been an irrelevant question, but even since that uber-bitch Hillary decided that votes for her husband were really votes for her this is now an issue.

 

The purpose of the FC is to handle some domestic issues and act as the wife of the head of state, not much else.

 

I really wouldn't care, but Heinz scares me a bit. As we learned with Hillary, the first lady can cause political harm to her husband, the administration and the nation. With that in mind I shudder at the thought of Heinz opening up her fat yap without thinking and going off on someone.

 

You'd think for all the cash she gold-digged into she's be a little more refined and cognizant of the ramnifications of her behavior. But, she doesn't.

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And what kind of "damage" did Hilary cause Bill in your educated opinion? As far as I can remember, Hilary was an asset to Bill.

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How'd that little idea about federalized healthcare work out? Remember, the one that Hillary was going to take the lead on as first lady?

 

Let's see, let's plan on creating the largest bureaucratic entity ever. Who should we put in charge? Hmmmm, how about someone that no one voted for and who had absolutely no experience at the time in healthcare, the legislative process, public administration or anything else aside from being the first lady?

 

One of the biggest contributing factors as to why the federal government hasn't come within 10000 feet of regulating healthcare is because of the stigma Hlllary attached to it with her complete trainwreck in the early 1990's.

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Did you know that Laura Bush was a Democrat and disagrees with President Bush on the abortion issue? I bet you didn't know that did you? That is the major difference between Laura and Teresa. Teresa has not given up her ideals to 'please' anybody and Laura did.

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First, I wouldn't say that because Laura disagrees with her husband on the abortion issue that she has "given up her ideals". Just as I wouldn't say that Dick Cheney has "given up his ideals" by thinking there should be gay rights and running with Bush.

Secondly, wasn't Teresa a registered Republican up until 2001?

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How'd that little idea about federalized healthcare work out? Remember, the one that Hillary was going to take the lead on as first lady?

 

 

That didn't exactly do any damage to Bill. Remember, he still got elected, and federalized healthcare was one of his issues that he ran on.

 

 

Let's see, let's plan on creating the largest bureaucratic entity ever. Who should we put in charge? Hmmmm, how about someone that no one voted for and who had absolutely no experience at the time in healthcare, the legislative process, public administration or anything else aside from being the first lady?

 

 

That's no different than any of the other big Washington bureaucracies. The people don't vote for the heads of the SEC, IRS, or INS, and there's plenty of questionable appointments to many of the heads of these big departments. What exactly did Michael Powell do that made him qualified to run the FCC?

 

 

One of the biggest contributing factors as to why the federal government hasn't come within 10000 feet of regulating healthcare is because of the stigma Hlllary attached to it with her complete trainwreck in the early 1990's.

 

 

Thanks to the fact that Bill trashed it the second it met with any resistance. I think the lack of regulation of healthcare has more to do with insurance company contributions to politicians and ignorant Republican voters who can't seem to understand that it would make their healthcare costs go down significantly.

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Heinz Kerry was a registered Republican for most of her voting career, and her first husband, Senator Heinz, ran as a Republican. In January of 2003, she changed her registration to the Democratic Party

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:cool Yep. She changed her registration for two reasons:

 

1. She hated the way Republicans treated Max Cleland in that awful campaign where they painted him as "unpatriotic" and friend of terrorists.

 

2. She needed to be a Democrat to vote for her husband in the primaries :thumbup

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