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Several months ago I jokingly asked if you were ready for Pres. Obama, and was informed there's no way it will happen. Still think it?
 

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What I've been asking myself lately is, how good of a President do you think he will make? Because he's going to be our next President. There's no doubt in my mind.

This morning I heard on the news that there's lots of republicans voting for him because nobody likes the choice of republicans. They are calling the Obamacans. :smack:
 

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I don't know how I could be saying this (forgive me lord) but I think we would be better off with him than the other democrat whose name I cant even type for fear my computer would lock up and explode.
 

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Your right Zane. A few weeks ago some people on there were discussing this very thing. Voting for Obama to keep HER out. I couldn't believe what they were saying. Thinking to myself how could you? I guess I just had not given up on a republican candidate then. Now I'm thinking the same way.
 

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Yall may call me crazy but I think it will come down to him and McCain. And there are just to many good ole folks out there that will not vote for someone that has any indication of him havening anything to do with muslims. Now I have read all the stuff that says the he is and the stuff that he isn't and I ain't convinced either way, but just the implication of that will hurt him in rural america versus a republican. Sure he has been beating out out hillary but in the rural states but hell she is a Clinton. I know this next statement will be contested and is a bad thing but it is true at least were I am. The older generations like my grandparents who are 80, but lets say 60's and up that are the die hard democrats. They are still the same one's that call african americans the n word. Just my opinion, not trying to affend anyone.
 

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He's still unelectable. I'll still run my 1 eyed, 1 legged wife beater against any black man or any race of woman and win. Not in a National election. Not in the year 2008....or for the next few National Presidental elections. Probably not in my lifetime.

No offence meant to anyone...still.
 

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I will be voting for neither the Republican (in Name Only) or the DemocRAT. I plan to vote for a 3rd party candidate. Either the Constitution Party, or another will field a true conservative. While they have no chance to win, that is the only way to CLEARLY send a message to the Republican Party that we want the party to return towards the RIGHT (Conservative) side.

Here is how I see it:

1. If you vote for McCain, you are giving your stamp of approval of liberal Democrats in Republican ranks. You are saying that the conservative voice doesn't matter because we won't stand on our principals.

2. You vote for Hillary or Obama - you are contributing to the further Socialism of this country - and sending a message to the Republican party that you wnat the country to be more liberal...

3. You don't vote at all (at least on the issue of President) - it sends a fairly quiet message via exit polls that you are not happy with the candidates presented, but it really won't make much difference, and won't get much attention at all.

4. You vote for a conservative 3rd party. Since the RINO is going to lose anyway, at least with an officially counted vote for a real conservative - the vote will be publicised and will send a loud and clear message that we have had enough.

Regardless, it looks like a Democrat will win (heck - even if McCain could pull it off - he almost jumped party back in 2001, and was one of the two finalists as Kerry's running mate in 2004). So we will have a liberal in the White House next year - regardless of the outcome.
 

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I think the reason Republicans are voting for Obama is because they know he'll be easier to beat than Hitlery.

Smart move, actually.
 

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I will be voting for neither the Republican (in Name Only) or the DemocRAT. I plan to vote for a 3rd party candidate. Either the Constitution Party, or another will field a true conservative. While they have no chance to win, that is the only way to CLEARLY send a message to the Republican Party that we want the party to return towards the RIGHT (Conservative) side.

Here is how I see it:

1. If you vote for McCain, you are giving your stamp of approval of liberal Democrats in Republican ranks. You are saying that the conservative voice doesn't matter because we won't stand on our principals.

2. You vote for Hillary or Obama - you are contributing to the further Socialism of this country - and sending a message to the Republican party that you wnat the country to be more liberal...

3. You don't vote at all (at least on the issue of President) - it sends a fairly quiet message via exit polls that you are not happy with the candidates presented, but it really won't make much difference, and won't get much attention at all.

4. You vote for a conservative 3rd party. Since the RINO is going to lose anyway, at least with an officially counted vote for a real conservative - the vote will be publicised and will send a loud and clear message that we have had enough.

Regardless, it looks like a Democrat will win (heck - even if McCain could pull it off - he almost jumped party back in 2001, and was one of the two finalists as Kerry's running mate in 2004). So we will have a liberal in the White House next year - regardless of the outcome.


You want to know how much I've been thinking about this? I dreamed I met Ron Paul. :smack: Yep, he came strolling into my living room.
 

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I think the reason Republicans are voting for Obama is because they know he'll be easier to beat than Hitlery.

Smart move, actually.
I know a lot of folks that crossed over party lines to vote Democratic and for Obama, just to knock Hiltery out of the race. Seems to be working!
 

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Hillary has the Super Delegates ... if she wins just NY or TX she'll most likely still be the Dem candidate even if Obama has more delegates or states won (neither will have the number needed for the shoe in candidacy
 

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0-man will have more popular votes while Hillary will have the delegate count in her favor. She'll shrug and say, "... it's the rules..." as she assumes the Dem. candidate mantle., while disregarding the obvious parallels to the 2000 election. I think that the city with the Dem. convention will not be a pretty sight.

I think that she is more easily defeatable than is 0-man, as she will galvanize all Republicans and even quasi-conservatives. She is just not likeable, IMO.

Still, I think that 0-man is not electable either. This country will not elect a man of his socialistic bent. He is riding a wave of populism right now. He has rhetoric, but no detailed answers. Those that he does rarely voice have should shock and anger anyone who believes in the Constitution.... not that I have strong opinions....:biggrin:

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The Lord knows me for who I am, and I make no pretense....I am not a racist, as far as color goes, but I'll not vote for Omama the muslim nor will I vote for McCain the turncoat! So, that leaves Ron Paul! I may waste my vote, but I will send a message loud and clear I am against the direction the hippocrats and repugni-cons have taken us! Let the revolution begin!
 

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The Lord knows me for who I am, and I make no pretense....I am not a racist, as far as color goes, but I'll not vote for Omama the muslim nor will I vote for McCain the turncoat! So, that leaves Ron Paul! I may waste my vote, but I will send a message loud and clear I am against the direction the hippocrats and repugni-cons have taken us! Let the revolution begin!
I am with ya on this one.
 

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What makes me mad is that the popular vote won't count in the long run only the electoral college. And everyone knows that if the delegates are dems they are gonna vote dems and if republican, well you get the picture.
 

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John, I don't think Paul's name will be on the ballot in November. I hope the Dems get in a fight, go to the convention with Osamma leading-all the super delegates vote for Hitler and she gets the nomination with fewer popular votes and states carried than Osamma. He (and all the black voters) get mad and stay home in November and McCain wins by a whisker. THATS why I voted for Osamma. McCain is NOT my first choice, or 2nd, or 3rd... but he is infinitely better suited to be President than any of the Dems.
 

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Hillary will be easier to beat that Obama. I saw a bumper sticker today, "I suport Monica Lewinski's ex-boyfriend's wife for president in 2008." Not gonna be pretty either way.
 
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