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#15 : November 03, 2008, 01:34:21 PM

Since McCain primped Joe in front of the world and used him as a tool to get elected, Joe becomes open to the media and political foes to scrutinize.   

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#16 : November 03, 2008, 01:35:54 PM

morgan i agree - let's just get the story right when they do so.

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#17 : November 03, 2008, 01:39:09 PM

What are you talking about? Obama walked down Joe's street and Joe went up and asked a question. Obama then had a freudian slip.

What did McCain have to do with that? McCain only took advantage of what OBAMA said.

"Spread the wealth around" is a socialistic phrase because Karl Marx wrote extensively about the "redistribution of wealth." So McCain was smart for using that comment against Obama.

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#18 : November 03, 2008, 01:43:36 PM

Wendy Button, who was a speechwriter for Obama, John Edwards, and Hillary said she has quit the Obama campaign and is endorsing John McCain. And not only that, but she goes on a rant as to how bad the Obama campaign really has become. She said two years ago she felt inspired by Obama and his message of change...but not anymore.

She said she cannot vote for a candidate that made it the centerpiece of his campaign to bash and insult two female candidates (Hillary and Sarah Palin) and then bash and discredit Joe the Plumber who's only crime was to have the dream of starting a business of his own someday.

I was wrong about her being a lesbo .... a lesbo wouldn't be whining like a little schoolgirl about two candidates who happened to be female getting bashed .... If you can't stand the heat, honey, stay out of the kitchen .... and I'd like some links to where Obama bashed his opposing candiadtes because they were female.





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#19 : November 03, 2008, 01:46:49 PM

yeah - and post them next to all of the McCain links that were racist!

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#20 : November 03, 2008, 01:49:14 PM

yeah - and post them next to all of the McCain links that were racist!

Exactly ....

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#21 : November 03, 2008, 02:10:18 PM

Hey cyberdude,

Obama has something for you....


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#22 : November 03, 2008, 03:28:58 PM

I'm no lesbo after the hockey mom and I feel the same way.  I'm a registered Democrat and so is my husband...we're both voting for McCain.
Me and my husband, too.

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#23 : November 03, 2008, 04:30:21 PM

Interesting that the only two posters I've noticed that are dems but voting for McCain are female ..... maybe the Palin stunt IS paying dividends.

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#24 : November 03, 2008, 04:34:00 PM

Husbands and other voting age family will be voting McCain too.

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#25 : November 03, 2008, 04:47:42 PM

Interesting that the only two posters I've noticed that are dems but voting for McCain are female ..... maybe the Palin stunt IS paying dividends.

it's going to amaze you then that obama will win the popular vote with just a shade north of mccain's total.  when the alarm clock goes off and the left stop dreaming about how popular their pick is and realize that "almost most" of america voted against him and that he is going to narrowly skate in, that he is getting a 1099 for 4 years to put up or shut up.

this idea that its a rout is hysterical.  a win is a win - i get it, but just realize there are a hellluva lot of people that'll be ready in about 100 days after his Day 1, to tell you i told you so...

hope i'm wrong, but if i were betting on it i'd like my chances.

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#26 : November 03, 2008, 04:57:59 PM

Interesting that the only two posters I've noticed that are dems but voting for McCain are female ..... maybe the Palin stunt IS paying dividends.

it's going to amaze you then that obama will win the popular vote with just a shade north of mccain's total.  when the alarm clock goes off and the left stop dreaming about how popular their pick is and realize that "almost most" of america voted against him and that he is going to narrowly skate in, that he is getting a 1099 for 4 years to put up or shut up.

this idea that its a rout is hysterical.  a win is a win - i get it, but just realize there are a hellluva lot of people that'll be ready in about 100 days after his Day 1, to tell you i told you so...

hope i'm wrong, but if i were betting on it i'd like my chances.

No, that won't amaze me because I have no preconceived ideas at all about how this thing turns out .....

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#27 : November 03, 2008, 05:00:49 PM

sounds like you see this alot like myself....  if he can do 10% of what he's promised he'll have done more than i thought he could pull off... i give him a realistic oppty to get 10% done because he'll have ZERO resistance in congress.  if he can't under these conditions - he's a one termer...

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#28 : November 03, 2008, 05:04:36 PM


When Obama starts naming Rs to his cabinet, that will take the fuel away from some of his haters.


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#29 : November 03, 2008, 05:07:40 PM

sounds like you see this alot like myself....  if he can do 10% of what he's promised he'll have done more than i thought he could pull off... i give him a realistic oppty to get 10% done because he'll have ZERO resistance in congress.  if he can't under these conditions - he's a one termer...

I was actually refering to the election tomorrow ..... but do have the same outlook on the next 4 years, no matter which one gets in there.
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