McCain, Obama, and Clinton
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26 / M / SomeWhere In Nevada
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Posted 3/25/08 , edited 3/25/08
McCain for me, hes not much of a talker but he's better than the other two idiots.

Obama-stereo type on other races

Clinton- No backing

McCain-crap talker, but a worker
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Posted 3/25/08
duplicate?

wrong section?

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Posted 3/25/08

Chance16 wrote:

duplicate?

wrong section?




Not a duplicate, and it doesn't have to be in the news section
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http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-114750/Do-you-want-Hilary-Clinton-or-Barack-Obama.html

its in the polls, but it can be discussed there. and i am sure there is another one in the extended section.
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obama is awesome, he reminds me of that actor who plays the president in tonnes of movies
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Have you seen the Rev.Wright videos? If you have, these have probably mis construed your views. CNN and Fox as well as others have badly reported Wright's statements. While many of the words he said were radical, the ending point was not: He was essentially saying that America's Government is corrupt. Which Barack Obama agrees with. He DOES NOT condemn the words said. But think about this: Many times, we have said things in a way we did not mean. Barack Obama said "typical white person" in that, back in the day. That's how we were, and now we're different. DON'T let Fox/MSN/etc manipulate you. Go to Barack Obama's website at www.BarackObama.com and let him and the rest of our campaign show you the TRUE story. Obama's not a bad guy. As a matter of fact, in my mind. There are 3 major factors that determine who is capable of being a great commander in chief. And these things are:

-The Ability to Lead

-The Ability to have a Vision

-The ability to overcome Obastacles

Obama's leadership: Senator Obama has orchestrated many rallies before and during his quest for presidency and has never been afraid to speak his mind and risked his politcal career in doing so. He has contributed to many programs and without any question in my mind is a definate leader. Go on Youtube and search for these two speeches: "A more Perfect Union" and "The costs of war." these will
prove Senator Obama's capabilitys as a blue-collar leader.

Obama's Vision: After the terrible tragedy that was 9/11, we were fueled by the thoughts of fighting for our country. These thoughts, as well as the terrible infomation given to us by the Bush Adminstration led us into a war. However, from day 1 Senator Obama warned us of a war that had an "Undetermined length, undetermined costs and undetermined consequences." The Cost: 3 Trillion+ The length: 7+ years of occupation. The consequences: A failing economy and a great defeat. Barack Obama's universal vision promises to restrengthen our miltary, therefore restrengthening our economy nearly automatically. We will regain the allies lost and we will become America again.

Obama's ability to overcome Obstacles: Once upon a time, Senator Obama wasn't a favorite to win the
Democratic nominee, he was expected by all partys(including Clinton's own camp) to be dominated. But Obama didn't give up, he slowly bulit a foundation, reached out to us and believed in us.

Barack Obama has all the tools and more, including 12 years of Senate (Illnois and US) experience. Obama and Clinton may very well have similar ideas. But there's a critical signifcant difference between Obama and Clinton that have been ignored or hidden. I intend to spread the message.
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