Anybody turn down Yale?
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I finally got my "hold" letter yesterday...
Thanksfor the info. I will probably get mine in the mail today. What part of the Country do you live in?
« on: February 22, 2006, 11:23:44 AM »
Any updates on this?
« on: February 13, 2006, 03:31:11 PM »
Thanks for the info.
« on: February 13, 2006, 02:56:36 PM »
Hey all, I've been away from the board for a while and wanted to know if anyone's heard of people who have been rejected from HLS after having the T. Stock phone interview. Any info would be appreciated.
that's a good thought but i just don't see it. This will be the first time in a very long while that both parties nominations are up for grabs - no incumbent running and no vice president running. With such a void these politicians are going to be playing hardball. I mean literally anybody could win. It is going to be dirty. By the way, I think Frist is going to get Rove. Thats part of the reason I think Edwards could win the dem nod. He already has name recognition and last time played the good guy role during the dem primary. While everyone else is trying to tear everyone down and get their own names know he can just do that same thing he did last time. The only other people in the dem party that have the same or great name recognition are Clinton (who the grassroots don't like), Kerry (who had his shot and blew it), and Gore (who isn't going to run). I don't know as much about the Repub side but I am sure their are similar dynamics at play.
I saw Romney on tv last night and he is seemed okay. I worry if he could make it through the primary states running as a moderate. Not only is it tough to do but McCain may have the moderate primary voters locked up. It is going to be an extremely interesting primary season in 2008. Who ever makes it to the Presidency this time could be the ultimate politician. The primary season is going to be brutal in both parties and the general is going to be even worse.