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Old 09-11-2008, 02:41 PM
 
Location: Alexandria, VA
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Alexus must see the writing on the wall. Face it - your party nominated the wrong candidate - you should have listened to the Clintons.
White men have a problem winning.....It's about time they nominated a black man.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:41 PM
 
Location: Seward, Alaska
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McCain is pathetic. He's a member of a party that has done everything wrong the last 8 years. Republicans/Conservatives don't have a clue. They're divisive, out of touch, regressive, and warmongering. They are the political haven for racists. They don't know how to manage a budget, use alternative means of settling disputes instead of war, don't fit in this diverse society. They pompously scream "shock and awe", while privately saying "Uh" in response to every major problem that requires the attention of competent politicians. Their leader, the village idiot, lied to go to war. He lied concerning the progress of the war, telling Americans that we were winning when in fact, we were getting annihilated because of an incredibly poor strategy. A "surge" does not compensate for the fact that the war should not have been waged in the first place and doesn't hide the fact that we have lost this war against their ideology. They're ideology remains strong and has prevailed. We are trillions in the whole because of it, with over 4100 innocent lives lost, not to mention the millions of others crippled, maimed, and the countless innocent lives lost on their side. Where was McCain? Where was this man with so much character and high values? MIA. The domestic agenda has been ignored for 8 years. Where was McCain? Health care crisis? No McCain. Housing slide? No McCain. Education taking a dive? No McCain. Offshore drilling? Why wasn't this proposed 8-25 years ago since McCain has been in the Senate that long? Again, no McCain, no McCain plans, no McCain creative ideas, no McCain initiative. No McCain.

He abandoned his Vietnam war buddy John Kerry to support Bush and this war even though he knew it was a fiasco. Before that, he abandoned his crippled wife, a devoted woman who waited years for him while he was a POW. He instead ran off with some fake blonde bimbo who can't cope and has the propensity to get addicted to pain killers. She even stole them. Thief. Once he found out that Bush lied to go to war, he still supported it. Party over personal values perhaps? He vowed to take the high road against one of the greatest presidential candidates in recent memory, but when doing so showed all indications of political suicide, he resorted to the same gutter, superficial, inept campaigning that Republicans use to appeal to those who value fluff over substance. He picks a VP who has no more business as VP than Tonya Harding. Again, no substance with this pick, but designed to appeal to those who value fluff.

The Republicans/Conservatives have disqualified themselves to participate in this election as a major party because they showed over the last 8 years that they don't know what the hell they're doing. McCain was a big part of that. He should concede from the race to the obviously better man for the good of the country and the world. He can do nothing here but prevent progress like his idol, the village idiot.

Time for McCain to stand aside.

Hey Alexus: common now, don't hold back....tell us how you REALLY feel!


Bud
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:41 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Alexus View Post
McCain is pathetic. He's a member of a party that has done everything wrong the last 8 years. Republicans/Conservatives don't have a clue. They're divisive, out of touch, regressive, and warmongering. They are the political haven for racists. They don't know how to manage a budget, use alternative means of settling disputes instead of war, don't fit in this diverse society. They pompously scream "shock and awe", while privately saying "Uh" in response to every major problem that requires the attention of competent politicians. Their leader, the village idiot, lied to go to war. He lied concerning the progress of the war, telling Americans that we were winning when in fact, we were getting annihilated because of an incredibly poor strategy. A "surge" does not compensate for the fact that the war should not have been waged in the first place and doesn't hide the fact that we have lost this war against their ideology. They're ideology remains strong and has prevailed. We are trillions in the whole because of it, with over 4100 innocent lives lost, not to mention the millions of others crippled, maimed, and the countless innocent lives lost on their side. Where was McCain? Where was this man with so much character and high values? MIA. The domestic agenda has been ignored for 8 years. Where was McCain? Health care crisis? No McCain. Housing slide? No McCain. Education taking a dive? No McCain. Offshore drilling? Why wasn't this proposed 8-25 years ago since McCain has been in the Senate that long? Again, no McCain, no McCain plans, no McCain creative ideas, no McCain initiative. No McCain.

He abandoned his Vietnam war buddy John Kerry to support Bush and this war even though he knew it was a fiasco. Before that, he abandoned his crippled wife, a devoted woman who waited years for him while he was a POW. He instead ran off with some fake blonde bimbo who can't cope and has the propensity to get addicted to pain killers. She even stole them. Thief. Once he found out that Bush lied to go to war, he still supported it. Party over personal values perhaps? He vowed to take the high road against one of the greatest presidential candidates in recent memory, but when doing so showed all indications of political suicide, he resorted to the same gutter, superficial, inept campaigning that Republicans use to appeal to those who value fluff over substance. He picks a VP who has no more business as VP than Tonya Harding. Again, no substance with this pick, but designed to appeal to those who value fluff.

The Republicans/Conservatives have disqualified themselves to participate in this election as a major party because they showed over the last 8 years that they don't know what the hell they're doing. McCain was a big part of that. He should concede from the race to the obviously better man for the good of the country and the world. He can do nothing here but prevent progress like his idol, the village idiot.

Time for McCain to stand aside.
Doubt that McCain will stand aside.

That's pretty funny.

And, unlike that uber-wienie Obambie, or his minions...he's not falling apart.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:42 PM
 
Location: Beautiful Lakes & Mountains of East TN
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Yes it will and Obama will win the election! Obama emits such class! You can tell he was raised well! Just watched the 911 coverage with him and McSame...Obama had the most class! What a guy. I am glad to say how proud I am of this man!
I can't tell..are you being facetious? This is the second post on this page that says almost the same words, so it makes me think maybe you're being sarcastic...
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:43 PM
 
Location: Beautiful Lakes & Mountains of East TN
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White men have a problem winning.....It's about time they nominated a black man.
It was only a matter of time till this thread moved to race, just like always.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:44 PM
 
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Time to concede? lol

There's only one person that will be conceding in this election, and that's Obama.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:46 PM
 
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Alexus:


PLEASE,.......... tell me what Congress has done in the last 2 years?

Do you know who is in control of Congress right now?

Do you think that Congress has any responsibility to the people for decision they make regarding our country?

How easy they forget.

The worst congress in our history and these people kinda have forgotten.

Why in the hell would the person in the lead ever concede?

Now that is plain stupid.

He will make a great President and Sarah will force this loser congress to get there act together or go the hell home.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:48 PM
 
Location: Alexandria, VA
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It was only a matter of time till this thread moved to race, just like always.
It's a meaningful discussion don't you agree? We have to talk about race within the race of the race inside the race to the white house.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:49 PM
 
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White men have a problem winning.....It's about time they nominated a black man.
Another race card post from this poster.

Find a qualified one and we will.

And no its not time for a black man to be President. When you find one that is qualified then we can talk. This one is not even black and is for sure not qualified.

It must be time for a white woman in the WH, afterall they have earned their way.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:51 PM
 
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Congress can't do anything; too many Republicans. No veto-proof majority. Therefore, gridlock.

Hopefully that problem will be rectified in November.
so you think that football stadiums should be attached to bills to fix repair our bridges in America?
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