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Old 10-13-2008, 10:32 PM
 
Location: Orlando
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Ok we know Bush is a mistake that shouldnt have happened. and he claims to be a republican... I would say he is more a facist but we can go with Rep.

McCain molds himself after Bush and in his words agrees with him 90% of the time.

I like others think Obama is a socialist ( his biggest support - George Seros is.... but even if he is a dem then why is he following the line of the reps?

Commentary: Obama and Bush are not so far apart - CNN.com

This doesn't sound like a change to me. I was glad to see someone else saw what I have.

McLame and Obama are the Bush clones. Third party is the only true change. It is Independent pour moi.
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