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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I am shocked. He didn't seem like the lying sleazeball type at all.
    Am I the only person on Earth who thought so? I really, truly NEVER liked the man. He seemed like a smarmy used car salesman. A Bill Clinton minus IQ points and political savvy. His policy points were odious, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Am I the only person on Earth who thought so? I really, truly NEVER liked the man. He seemed like a smarmy used car salesman. A Bill Clinton minus IQ points and political savvy. His policy points were odious, too.
    Sorry. I forgot why I don't employ sarcasm on this forum. I've always said he would be better suited as a used car salesman and this just proves it. (edit: although I probably just offended a bunch of honest hardworking used car salesmen out there)
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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    Sorry. I forgot why I don't employ sarcasm on this forum. I've always said he would be better suited as a used car salesman and this just proves it. (edit: although I probably just offended a bunch of honest hardworking used car salesmen out there)
    It did seem a little out of character for you. Sarcasm is not always clear online. Anyway, yes, I actually know some great car guys. I think I know one politician personally who is a not a complete tool or asshole.
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    Yeah, he has an air of insincerity about him (Edwards).
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    Never liked him, never would have voted for him. He's a sleazy piece of shit. I mean really. Suing tobacco companies? :rolleyes2:
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    But he smashed Cheney in the 2004 Vice Presidential Debate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    But he smashed Cheney in the 2004 Vice Presidential Debate!
    Isn't that the one where he made reference to Cheney's lesbian daughter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Isn't that the one where he made reference to Cheney's lesbian daughter?
    I don't know it all sort of blends together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Yeah, he has an air of insincerity about him (Edwards).
    I think all politicians are insincere. How can you retain any moral certainty when you have to constantly change what you stand for based on the audience you are in front of or what the latest polls say?

    My husband once asked me if I thought he should run for public office. (shudder) Thank goodness he was just thinking out loud and not really serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiddengem View Post
    I think all politicians are insincere. How can you retain any moral certainty when you have to constantly change what you stand for based on the audience you are in front of or what the latest polls say?

    My husband once asked me if I thought he should run for public office. (shudder) Thank goodness he was just thinking out loud and not really serious.
    His having an air of insincerity doesn't mean that any other politicians are sincere. I just think his insincerity was more blatant and less well-hidden than I've observed of many others.

    In any case you're probably right about it (insincerity) going with the territory.
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