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Who will vote for in the 2008 general election?
Posted 6/13/08
I'm in California, so my vote doesn't really matter whether or not I vote against Obama.

But I'm intending to write in Stephen Colbert.
Posted 6/13/08
Hugh Hefner!!!!
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Posted 6/14/08
wtf
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Posted 6/14/08
Obama.
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Posted 6/14/08
i cant vote yet but if i could it would be obama!!!
Posted 6/16/08
still a tough choice.
Posted 6/24/08
McCain. He is not my original vote (my original vote is for Rudy Guliani) but I'm cool with that and vote for him.

Obama sucks!


McCain '08!
Posted 9/3/08

StephyKot87 wrote:

McCain. He is not my original vote (my original vote is for Rudy Guliani) but I'm cool with that and vote for him.

Obama sucks!


McCain '08!


ARE you FREAKING joking about McCain...cause if u aren't....u are a die hard conservative and a complete moron. Of course this comment was made a few months ago so.....ur views might have changed, if it has im sry, If it hasnt then ur a moron.
Posted 9/4/08

dark_demon wrote:


StephyKot87 wrote:

McCain. He is not my original vote (my original vote is for Rudy Guliani) but I'm cool with that and vote for him.

Obama sucks!


McCain '08!


ARE you FREAKING joking about McCain...cause if u aren't....u are a die hard conservative and a complete moron. Of course this comment was made a few months ago so.....ur views might have changed, if it has im sry, If it hasnt then ur a moron.


I always knew that this is going to happen.

First off, I'm a Libertarian and Classic Liberal, not die hard consevvative.. Second, my view still a same and I'm still voting for McCain. Also, you are not 68 years old. I bet your not old enough to vote.

You can me a moron all you want and go slashing my tires of my cars. I, unlike a lot of people on this forum, I am using my head and standing up for what I believe in. I may be one of the few or the only one here whose voting the opposite from Obama. I believe we need a leader who take things seriouse and make things better in economy than todays, who understands totalitarianism on foreign policy, and understand spending and restore fiscal discipline.

I don't care if McCain is old, I don't care if is not young, popular and ideas not appeal to teenagers like Obama. , but at least he talks about the greatness of America not the greatness of "change," He talked about the promise of America, not the promise of "hope". He is an optimist about America. Even though I do have critical stuff with McCain on a couple of things, but at least he had some of the most mature and idealistic views and explains way better than Obama.




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Posted 9/4/08
Obama
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Posted 9/5/08
McCain - easy...Why? Even I am at least equally qualified to be the President as is Obama. Hell, I might even be more qualified. Obama, has made a very clear demonstration that he does not in fact understand international politics to the degree that the head of a nation needs to (evident in his opposition to the surge in Iraq - a move that McCain supported and one that has worked wonders, and his not understanding the conflict between Russia and Georgia that in turn led to his initially timid response to the conflict). Furthermore, Obama has never held a leadership position, whereas McCain has 20 years of military service under his belt as an officer in the US Navy. Obama supports a very limited and short sighted energy policy, whereas McCain supports a far more comprehensive energy policy that includes nuclear, solar, wind, clean coal, increased off-shore drilling, and a move to reduce consumption...

McCain is the better candidate in every single respect - he is more qualified, has a better understanding on political reality, and has the better policies (mostly).

On a side note: Really, I had been hoping for a McCain-Giuliani ticket, but MCain-Palin makes me equally as happy... ^.^
Posted 9/5/08

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McCain - easy...Why? Even I am at least equally qualified to be the President as is Obama. Hell, I might even be more qualified. Obama, has made a very clear demonstration that he does not in fact understand international politics to the degree that the head of a nation needs to (evident in his opposition to the surge in Iraq - a move that McCain supported and one that has worked wonders, and his not understanding the conflict between Russia and Georgia that in turn led to his initially timid response to the conflict). Furthermore, Obama has never held a leadership position, whereas McCain has 20 years of military service under his belt as an officer in the US Navy. Obama supports a very limited and short sighted energy policy, whereas McCain supports a far more comprehensive energy policy that includes nuclear, solar, wind, clean coal, increased off-shore drilling, and a move to reduce consumption...

McCain is the better candidate in every single respect - he is more qualified, has a better understanding on political reality, and has the better policies (mostly).

On a side note: Really, I had been hoping for a McCain-Giuliani ticket, but MCain-Palin makes me equally as happy... ^.^


You're satisfied with Palin?
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Posted 9/5/08

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sheighton wrote:

McCain - easy...Why? Even I am at least equally qualified to be the President as is Obama. Hell, I might even be more qualified. Obama, has made a very clear demonstration that he does not in fact understand international politics to the degree that the head of a nation needs to (evident in his opposition to the surge in Iraq - a move that McCain supported and one that has worked wonders, and his not understanding the conflict between Russia and Georgia that in turn led to his initially timid response to the conflict). Furthermore, Obama has never held a leadership position, whereas McCain has 20 years of military service under his belt as an officer in the US Navy. Obama supports a very limited and short sighted energy policy, whereas McCain supports a far more comprehensive energy policy that includes nuclear, solar, wind, clean coal, increased off-shore drilling, and a move to reduce consumption...

McCain is the better candidate in every single respect - he is more qualified, has a better understanding on political reality, and has the better policies (mostly).

On a side note: Really, I had been hoping for a McCain-Giuliani ticket, but MCain-Palin makes me equally as happy... ^.^


You're satisfied with Palin?


I am not more dissatisfied with Palin than I would be with Obama, at least...I do like her oratory skills and think she is dynamic, but I would still want McCain in the driver's seat.
Posted 9/5/08 , edited 9/5/08

sheighton wrote:


nene817 wrote:


sheighton wrote:

McCain - easy...Why? Even I am at least equally qualified to be the President as is Obama. Hell, I might even be more qualified. Obama, has made a very clear demonstration that he does not in fact understand international politics to the degree that the head of a nation needs to (evident in his opposition to the surge in Iraq - a move that McCain supported and one that has worked wonders, and his not understanding the conflict between Russia and Georgia that in turn led to his initially timid response to the conflict). Furthermore, Obama has never held a leadership position, whereas McCain has 20 years of military service under his belt as an officer in the US Navy. Obama supports a very limited and short sighted energy policy, whereas McCain supports a far more comprehensive energy policy that includes nuclear, solar, wind, clean coal, increased off-shore drilling, and a move to reduce consumption...

McCain is the better candidate in every single respect - he is more qualified, has a better understanding on political reality, and has the better policies (mostly).

On a side note: Really, I had been hoping for a McCain-Giuliani ticket, but MCain-Palin makes me equally as happy... ^.^


You're satisfied with Palin?


I am not more dissatisfied with Palin than I would be with Obama, at least...I do like her oratory skills and think she is dynamic, but I would still want McCain in the driver's seat.


But she's not even close to being qualified to be president. You say Obama isn't qualified (that's your opinion), but look at her. The truth is, McCain's 72. That's about the life expectancy for Americans. Most likely, he'll die in office. And who will we get stuck with? Her. If I was a McCain supporter, I wouldn't at all feel secure with that ticket.
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Posted 9/5/08

nene817 wrote:


sheighton wrote:


nene817 wrote:


sheighton wrote:

McCain - easy...Why? Even I am at least equally qualified to be the President as is Obama. Hell, I might even be more qualified. Obama, has made a very clear demonstration that he does not in fact understand international politics to the degree that the head of a nation needs to (evident in his opposition to the surge in Iraq - a move that McCain supported and one that has worked wonders, and his not understanding the conflict between Russia and Georgia that in turn led to his initially timid response to the conflict). Furthermore, Obama has never held a leadership position, whereas McCain has 20 years of military service under his belt as an officer in the US Navy. Obama supports a very limited and short sighted energy policy, whereas McCain supports a far more comprehensive energy policy that includes nuclear, solar, wind, clean coal, increased off-shore drilling, and a move to reduce consumption...

McCain is the better candidate in every single respect - he is more qualified, has a better understanding on political reality, and has the better policies (mostly).

On a side note: Really, I had been hoping for a McCain-Giuliani ticket, but MCain-Palin makes me equally as happy... ^.^


You're satisfied with Palin?


I am not more dissatisfied with Palin than I would be with Obama, at least...I do like her oratory skills and think she is dynamic, but I would still want McCain in the driver's seat.


But she's not even close to being qualified to be president. You say Obama isn't qualified (that's your opinion), but look at her. The truth is, McCain's 72. That's about the life expectancy for Americans. Most likely, he'll die in office. And who will we get stuck with? Her. If I was a McCain supporter, I wouldn't at all feel secure with that ticket.


My point is that she is no less qualified than Obama. So what is your point? That we are screwed with either choice? Because that's pretty much what this argument would boil down to.
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