Our worst nightmare


Mushroom

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Hush yo mouf!!!

Even imagining those two together in the white house is getting very close to my own personal worst nightmare!!! And then I think of the true integrity and shining example of the fella who would be co-president! I'm sure that crew would be a truly class act that we would be thrilled to emulate. :sad2:

Snigger, Snigger!!!:
 

kwo51

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Lets have both as pres. odd days can be billery and even can be sama. House of cards and the joker is wild.
 

Apollo

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Our worst nightmare is either of the three candidates gets elected. Huckabee was our last hope for our 2nd amendment. Now that he is gone. What will you do when they come for your guns???????
 

Gun for Hire

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When they come for my guns I will shoot. They will pry them from my dead hands. :) Ok just kidding. (kind of) Anyway I also agree that Huck was our last hope not even just for 2A but as a leader he is the only one I had faith in. I am to the point that I almost want Billary and Huessien obama yo mama in the office. Let them go in there and f*** everything up for the next four years. Then see what the Libs have to complain about. I figure I don't like McCain so i don't want to defend him if he screws up. As a RWR I could sit back and laugh at all the people who put the clinton obama mess into the office. We are screwed anyway we might as well laugh about it.
 

toreskha

Titles are un-American.
More than a serious proposal, this may be an attempt to stop the loss of her supporters to Obama - essentially saying that they can still have her and not necessarily have to give up Obama...sort of a "you can have your cake and eat it too" approach.

That's quite a crafty tactic, as it's essentially using Obama against himself. Conceptually, it's creating a second Obama (as VP) on a ticket and using it against the present, existing one.
 

The Gunny

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I think this would work in our favor. I know many who have just enough dissatifaction with Billery that they would vote for a Republican to avoid seeing her in office.

Personally I don't think that her ego would allow her to take 2nd seat.
 
I wonder how they plan to figure out who gets first seat? Gotta admit, looks like it's gonna get quite interesting. :eek:



gf
 

Samurai

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What's really scary is I've heard several "republicans" say they voted for the Hildabeast in this weeks primaries, here in Texas, because they said she would stand a better chance to loosing against Mc:huh:Cain than her counterpartnerincrime Obama-dama-ding-dong. My questions is how can any freethinking intelligent human being vote for either?:huh:
later - Sam
 

HK4U

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Our favor

I think this would work in our favor. I know many who have just enough dissatifaction with Billery that they would vote for a Republican to avoid seeing her in office.

Personally I don't think that her ego would allow her to take 2nd seat.


I am not so sure. There are a lot of Hispanics that support her. Also a lot of women or at least the liberal women support her. Obama has huge support from the more liberal black community. I say liberal because I have a number of very conservative black friends that will not support the democrats. As a whole I am afraid it could make a very strong ticket. Our only hope may be a Nader ticket that can pull enough liberal votes away from them.
 

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