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Old 01-22-2008, 10:09 PM
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We do not need the kind of negative distortions of Sen. Obama that has been given to us recently by both Clintons, especially Bill. It is time for a new kind of politics in the U.S. It is time to turn the page and vote for a man who can bring us together, regardless of race or party affiliation. I am an Independent who has only voted for a Republican candidate for President once since I first voted in 1972. However, if Sen. Clinton wins the Democratic nomination, I will vote for the Republican candidate, regardless of who he might be!

I urge everyone to vote for Senator Obama. Vote for hope, not for the politics of fear and distortion!
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