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    Scary is all I can say


    John

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    He wants to open up America, like a cheap hor. Then sell her off to his white hating friends. Oh is that out of line to say. I mean he will join forces with the middle east and strip us of our dignity, of being able to do things for ourselfs

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      The sad thing is that there are things to like about him but he is just too far left for my taste. Same for Hillary, way too left.

      One the other hand I have problems with John McCain and his stance on immigration and energy.

      The crop of candidates is just rotten this year.
      John

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      • #4
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        Originally posted by Timon View Post
        The sad thing is that there are things to like about him but he is just too far left for my taste. Same for Hillary, way too left.

        One the other hand I have problems with John McCain and his stance on immigration and energy.

        The crop of candidates is just rotten this year.
        I agree and the sad thing is from what I see,
        1. Do you vote for for Obama in hopes for change and then figure out he is an antimaerican?
        2. Do you vote for Clinton in hopes for change only to get univeral healthcare, and see everyone standing in long lines with government funded healthcare? Also who would like to see her husband back in the picture, we all see how well he did in office, how about him running the United Nations? He has already said he'd do it, and I don't think I would want the Clinton's running the world.
        3. Do you vote in John Mccain, and get pretty much what were getting now?

        Well I know what I would do, and that is pick the least worst of the three candidates. Please note this is my opinion on the three and is ony for informative purposes.

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        • #5
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          Originally posted by Uraijit View Post
          What is this "Change" that we hear so much about? Obama speaks of "Change" but what is he actually going to change? It's all a bunch of empty rhetoric. What has he EVER accomplished? He has ZERO track record of accomplishing ANYTHING in government. So, since when does a candidate only have to utter the words "I want to bring abut change" to get elected? I guess if the media just can't keep from pissing themselves over you, anything's possible.

          There's no possible way that republicans would vote for ANY of his proposals. We don't need to pay ransoms to terrorist nations, we don't need to eliminate our military, we don't need more entitlement programs...

          And just because McCain calls himself a Republican, doesn't make it so. Anybody who's in bed with Teddy Kennedy, ain't no Republican.

          I know my vote won't count for anything, but I can't in good conscience vote for any of the 3 democrats on the ballot. I'm going to write in Ron Paul.
          Well said. One thing though Obama will change if elected, and that is the way we live now. It won't ever be the same. It will be worse, he would enslave us with his foolish lies. IE every thing he says in his campain is always flip floping around like a fish out of water.

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by smggt View Post
            Well said. One thing though Obama will change if elected, and that is the way we live now. It won't ever be the same. It will be worse, he would enslave us with his foolish lies. IE every thing he says in his campain is always flip floping around like a fish out of water.
            WoW! Sounds like the status quo:

            Worse: Economy, peace dividend (Missile Defense), Employment, Poverty, Cronyism, Kick-backs, Payola, National Status, Environment, Energy Policy (HAH!)

            Lies and FilpFlop: No Nation Building, Will work with Congress, Smaller Government (HAH!), Missile Defense, Valerie Plame, Yellow Cake, Centerfuge Tubes, Antrhrax, NucUler devices, smoking Atomic gun cloud, Slam Dunk!

            You can always vote for Bob (1st Amendent) Barr.
            Last edited by ch4; 06-03-2008, 12:22 PM.
            CH

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            • #7
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              Originally posted by Uraijit View Post
              ... And just because McCain calls himself a Republican, doesn't make it so. Anybody who's in bed with Teddy Kennedy, ain't no Republican.
              http://www.aei.org/publications/filt...pub_detail.asp
              ... Kennedy and Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) on criminal justice; Kennedy and Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) on health, AIDS and many other issues; Kennedy and President Bush (!) on education and, for a while, on Medicare prescription drugs; Kennedy and John McCain (R-Ariz.) on immigration; Kennedy and Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) "
              CH

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              • #8
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                All of you are right; he must be a lunatic. He says crazy things like:

                "I am in this race to tell the corporate lobbyists that their days of setting the agenda in Washington are over. I have done more than any other candidate in this race to take on lobbyists – and won. They have not funded my campaign, they will not get a job in my White House, and they will not drown out the voices of the American people when I am president.”

                "We should be asking ourselves what mix of policies will lead to a dynamic free market and widespread economic security, entrepreneurial innovation and upward mobility [...] we should be guided by what works."

                "I don't oppose all wars. What I am opposed to is a dumb war. What I am opposed to is a rash war."

                "Issues are never simple. One thing I’m proud of is that very rarely will you hear me simplify the issues."

                "There is not a liberal America and a conservative America - there is the United States of America. There is not a black America and a white America and Latino America and Asian America - there's the United States of America."

                I've been reading his BLUEPRINT FOR CHANGE and I must say that I find his stance neither wishy-washy nor flip-floppy.... and further more, I usually agree with him! I admit that not all of his ideals perfectly match mine, but they are sure closer to mine than the current administration of war mongering, big oil, and profiteering. Give him a serious chance... ignore the urban legends, folklore and spin, and look at where he truly stands on the issues. He's a better choice for president than we've had in at least 16 years.

                That's just how I feel. I know a lot of people out there will want to fight with me over this one, but you're arguments aren't likely to sway me, I'm weighing the issues myself this time around, and I'm not really listening to anyone else's spin.

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                • #9
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                  it all sounds good to me!! Sign me up!!! I'm registered green and I'm voting for Obama!!
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                  • #10
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                    We have so many old people in our area we are already waiting in line for healthcare, so it's not going to be much difference for me. McCain is for "more of the same", and I don't think this country can take anymore. With Hilary out there is only one choice the way I see it, like it or not.
                    If we spent a fraction of the money we blew on this war protecting our border and enforcing our laws, 9-11 and other past and future events could be avoided. All the 9-11 terrorists had overstayed their Visa's. Black suburbans full of agents should have been on the move the day those's visa's expired and they weren't on a plane out.
                    I am worried about Obama and his racial agenda's. The majority is already the minority if you know what I mean.

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                    • #11
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                      I also don't agree with all of Obama's ideas, but I can't back McSame. Besides, how bad do things have to get before any kind of change sounds like a good idea?

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by badaceds650 View Post
                        Sounds like what people say when they try socialism "well it is change at least" no thanks I'll vote Bob Barr and wait for 4 years that's all I can do
                        This...
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