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    04 Oct '15 03:07
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/republican-party-chair-hinted-major-122203628.html

    Should Iowa and New Hampshire always be the first to vote on a nominee?
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    04 Oct '15 10:41
    Originally posted by whodey
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/republican-party-chair-hinted-major-122203628.html

    Should Iowa and New Hampshire always be the first to vote on a nominee?
    I have to say, I wish each party had their nominations process all on the same day. I'm tired of the nomination process essentially being over and done with by the time it reaches certain states.
  3. Standard memberfinnegan
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    04 Oct '15 14:42
    Originally posted by whodey
    I have to say, I wish each party had their nominations process all on the same day. I'm tired of the nomination process essentially being over and done with by the time it reaches certain states.
    But you hate democracy with all those confusing debates about different points of view and all that attempt to subject candidates to some level of public challenge before nominating them for office. The moral issues are so very clear to you are they not? Why not just allow the hand of God to do its work in a single bolt of lightening (whether by pointing to the chosen one or eliminating their rivals)?
  4. Standard memberbill718
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    05 Oct '15 23:43
    Originally posted by whodey
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/republican-party-chair-hinted-major-122203628.html

    Should Iowa and New Hampshire always be the first to vote on a nominee?
    Yawn...every 4 years someone brings this up. It doesn't matter who goes first. The main focus should be on Super Tuesday, that's when things really get decided. Iowa and NH are small players on the national stage.
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