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2008 Presidential Hopefuls
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Posted 5/24/07
What are you people on?

Mike Graval or gtfo
Posted 5/24/07

Shizzy wrote:

What are you people on?

Mike Graval or gtfo



Hahah i will never vote for someone whos name is spelled Gravel but pronounces it Gra-vall.....besides...he was a senator from ALASKA....lawl!

PS- Im going to assume that msg was chalked full of sarcasm but it highly amused me!

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Posted 5/24/07
Hilary will end up having an affair with Obama.

Through the chaos a challenger appears.

Who is it you ask? why its no other then our world consuming pals! The Zerg!

In the order of people I'd like to see be president Hillary would be mid to bottom.
Posted 5/24/07

Shizzy wrote:

Hilary will end up having an affair with Obama.

Through the chaos a challenger appears.

Who is it you ask? why its no other then our world consuming pals! The Zerg!

In the order of people I'd like to see be president Hillary would be mid to bottom.


Hillary loves her a little chocolate on the side.....i can see it...i can see it...

Im pulling for Al Gore or McCain...maybe Gulliani...mehh

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Posted 5/26/07
hmmmmm i wonder who i should really vote for i guess ill watch the upcoming debates
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Posted 5/26/07
I'm hoping for Ron Paul.If he gets on the ballot,I'm voting for him.
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Posted 5/26/07
how come everyone is going for hillary and obama only?

i'm voting for joe biden most likely.

at first, i was really liking the idea of a women president. But at times like this I think we need a person with LOTS of experience like joe biden. He has a set plan and seems like a person who can achieve that =].

it will be too bad that we wont get black president or women president if biden is chosen

but hey it doesn't mean they will never be president. Someday their day will come ^^

go biden!
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Posted 5/26/07
jon stewart + stephen colbert FTW!
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Posted 5/26/07
^It'll be a sad sad day in Amercian history if 2 comedians gets elected over actual politicians.
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Posted 5/27/07
Honestly Idk who I will vote for. I will be 18 next election year. All I know is that Hillary and Obama are going to be a big no no.
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red3finition wrote:

o goodness. hahaha. umm. Im really shooting for Hilary Clinton. Obama seems hopeful but he hardly has anytime spent in the senate. maybe for VP and then run again later on. but for now, Hilary. it would be Giuliani for the republican side, but i doubt he'll get the votes for the primaries.


OBAMA sucks, "a midwestern tornado kills 100,000 people" yea right, there were only like 2 stinkin casualties, what happens to the others? maybe my balls killed 99,998 of them OBAMA doesn't know what hes talking about, sucks ass that hes gonna run for president, making all of us look bad. i would say guliani cause of the way he handled 9-11 and because he gotta be one of the most honest new yorker out there.
Posted 5/27/07
I can't vote, whether I want to or not... not being a US Citizen that is, however I am at this point in the race pro the following candidates with no true preference;

Clinton
She has everything sussed out, she has already laid out what she is planning on doing about the American social services. She's had a taste of power before and knows what to do. She has met the leaders of 90 countries as first lady... she is a great diplomat, just what America needs right now.

Obama
He is a great visionary. Okay, his left wing credentials sometimes come through too strongly (not that I'd personally be against that), but he has some great advisors behind him who really understand what needs to be done on a economic and societal level. I also believe that he would be a good figurehead for America in the face of current world developments.

Giuliani
The best bipartisan middle-man. He weighs off democratic liberal ideals on abortion with republican views upon security and the economy. He would look at each issue (I believe) from a critical stance before trying to come to a decision and would make a strong leader once he had come to a decision (I think we should all have had enough wrong or rushed decisions for now).

Yes, I am at heart a social democrat, however I can never see a true socialist being elected as US President, given all the political baggage that goes with the name. >_<
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This upcoming election is going to be interesting for several reasons:
1. People are eager to get Bush out of the office
2. The future president would have to clean up all the mess that Bush made
3. It's becoming into a popular contest, with Obama (who is half Black and White) and Clinton (who is a woman and also a First Lady at some point) at the front.

With all that said, emphasizing on my third point, this election could be either very good, or very bad for the US.

People are basing their votes on shallow grounds, eg. Obama is a minority and this country needs to be ran by such..he'll be the first black president, he's handsome, he's young, he's experienced.. or Hilary is a woman and this country needs to be ran by a woman..insert all positive female qualities here... you know the rest.

A lot of blacks or mixed or even minorities will vote for Obama. A lot of women will vote for Clinton. That's fine by me but I'm really hoping that they would be voted not based on the fact that they're popular because they're minorities, but because their POLITICAL STANCE is well-researched and that they have SOLUTIONS for this country.

Personally I don't think this country is ready yet for a woman president or a Black president. Even to this day and age, discrimination is still at large and we all know they will be under immense pressure from their "majority" counterparts. However as more and more teens are becoming of legal age, add to that their immature and unreasonable nature and their lack of education and how they are easily swayed by everything they hear/see, the outcome of this election is going to be a crucial one.

I am a minority and I am a woman, but I will not be voting for either Hilary or Obama for legit reasons: THEY HAVE NO SOLUTION FOR THE WAR.

They talk about withdrawing and everyone is like YEAHH!!! WITHDRAW!!! SAVE OUR SOLDIERS!! without even thinking about the consequences a pull-out will leave. And you'd think America would have learned from Vietnam and Korea and Gulf War and look at us now, we are still suffering from their mistakes then.

Iraq will be in a state of pandemonium. They will probably build TERRORIST TRAINING CAMPS, add to that the three warring neighbors (the shiites, kunis, etc). We will lose our grasp on their oil (sadly but surely, WE NEED OIL), and global opinion towards US will yet again dwindle (the US will always be criticized, at war or at peace).

With that said, I hope MCCAIN DOESN'T WIN cuz that will be Bush part 2.

I am actually hoping that Senator Joe Biden will get the Democratic ticket because I believe he is the only one with the credibility to lead this nation at a very critical time especially on the foreign affairs front. If you think OBAMA is experienced, look up Biden and tell me who's more experienced. Out of all the candidates, Biden is the only one who has a solution regarded Iraq and his is the only one that might possibly even work. Even if he doesn't take the ticket, I hope whoever does would take Biden's plan and put it into action.

But in the end I really do hope Biden becomes our next president.

PS: A handsome president will do this country no good. Look at Harding's presidency. He was a handsome man and he won because he was handsome and he led this nation into the Great Depression. They need to raise the voting age to 20 or even 21.
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Posted 5/29/07

flippizzle wrote:

PS: A handsome president will do this country no good. Look at Harding's presidency. He was a handsome man and he won because he was handsome and he led this nation into the Great Depression. They need to raise the voting age to 20 or even 21.


Nah, keep it 18. At least I can freaking vote now. At 20-12 you got drunk college kids. Oh me, oh my. Some kids don't drink like idiots, but I know a lot that do. Besides, most of the young people these days don't even register to vote. And the last good reason is, I like that I'm now able to vote. I'll be voting for my wonderful green party. ^_^;
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go hilary clinton fuck you george bush asshole
i'm fucken tired of fucken racist white supremacist neo con ultra conservative religious lunatics
you go hilary i don't care your woman or man or neither at least you got a brain which george bush-it lacks
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