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  • Obama is OK

    2 2.50%
  • Obama is the antichrist

    27 33.75%
  • What do you mean I can't write in the Stooges

    22 27.50%
  • McCain is OK

    29 36.25%
  • McCain is the antichrist

    0 0%
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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwtollett21 View Post
    Mccain met palin one time before picking this chick. He is trying to get HIllary's votes but it will not prevail. Obama 09
    Typical politician. He picked her not based on whether she was the best person for the job (incidentally, I think she is a very good choice), but based on whether he thought she could enhance his chances of winning the election.

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    Exclamation Her name is Gov. Palin

    Quote Originally Posted by jwtollett21 View Post
    Mccain met palin one time before picking this chick. He is trying to get HIllary's votes but it will not prevail. Obama 09
    This is not some chick...She is the Govenor of the largest state in the USA. A state that has more income potential than every other state. She has made tough decisions about money and budget constraints. I would ask that you at the very least show her a little respect...because I don't see you as being anywhere near the level of maturity that is required for holding a public office let alone governing a state.
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  4. #63
    +1 for Ron Paul

    I will be doing the write in.
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  5. Both my wife and I will be writing in Ron Paul for president. Our consciences will not allow anything else. There is NO difference between Osama Bama Ding Dong orJohn McLame-brain. They are both prostitute politicians that will only add to the 'freedoms lost' list. Did you forget about McLame-brain's anti-freedom of speech law hiding under the title of "Campaign Reform". Not to mention the statements he made against our evil assault weapons and the flip flop from one party politics to the other...it only depends on who the highest bidder was/ is.. And Osama Bama Ding Dong was tutored under the likes of the corrupt Mayor Daley and **** Durbin from the Socialist Republic of Ill-noise..you know one of the two states left that disallow CCW and where you need to have yourself registered with their FOID program to even be alone in a place with a gun or ammo...need I say more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q-town View Post
    Both my wife and I will be writing in Ron Paul for president. Our consciences will not allow anything else. There is NO difference between Osama Bama Ding Dong orJohn McLame-brain. They are both prostitute politicians that will only add to the 'freedoms lost' list. Did you forget about McLame-brain's anti-freedom of speech law hiding under the title of "Campaign Reform". Not to mention the statements he made against our evil assault weapons and the flip flop from one party politics to the other...it only depends on who the highest bidder was/ is.. And Osama Bama Ding Dong was tutored under the likes of the corrupt Mayor Daley and **** Durbin from the Socialist Republic of Ill-noise..you know one of the two states left that disallow CCW and where you need to have yourself registered with their FOID program to even be alone in a place with a gun or ammo...need I say more?
    Actually, Ron Paul is a better choice than any of the other candidates. It's a shame he didn't fare better in the primaries, because I gotta say that I am a fan.

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    you know one of the two states left that disallow CCW and where you need to have yourself registered with their FOID program to even be alone in a place with a gun or ammo...need I say more?

    nope ya dont need to say more.....but then why in the world woudl you vote for someone that has no chance of winning and giving this guy more of a chance of sitting in the Oval office? stand on you soap box and protest, thank God we still have that right, but if bambam gets elected you will not only lose your 2nd ammendment rights (this list would likely be gone) but you would lose a lot more and probably end up in a country rapidly sliding into a socialist pit. I understand the frustration of not liking McCain, but the thought of not voting for him and the alternative taking office should scare the hell out of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Actually, Ron Paul is a better choice than any of the other candidates. It's a shame he didn't fare better in the primaries, because I gotta say that I am a fan.
    +1 to that.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    2 thoughts...

    ron paul would have been a excellent president but he is not in the running so i will be holding my nose and voting for mccain/palin. Gov. palin is a excellent choice for the VP slot. she is more of a man than that obama bin laden in terms of actual verifiable things she has DONE as opposed to one who talks about the change he will bring, but then cannot explain what those changes are. and te changes he would propose would most likely start a civil war given his statements on the issues. truth be told, i am surprised that bill {hide the rainbow roll" clinton didn't start it. whoops, more than 2 thoughts. MY BAD.

  10. Say what you will but the sad thing is this--- Obama will win --- there is no way McCain can take the election-- so prepare yourselfs for Obama...

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    Don't be so sure of that, Doc and his Glock. If you look at the polling data, a few thousand votes in swing districts in swing states, (ie., MI, MN, VA, CO, MO, NV, FL, OH, and PA) will make the difference. Plus, anything could happen between now and election day that could sink either campaign.

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