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Old 11-04-2008, 09:10 PM
 
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A quick look back at the good times we had here.

Quote:
Originally Posted by njguy View Post
Desperation?

You mean Jubilation on the upcoming election of the next President/Vice

President of the US of A - John McCain and Sarah Palin.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Po the Patriot View Post
Mccain will win

I see you are a drooling Obamazombie
sorry but no amount of logic or intelligent reasoning will shake your

unwavering belief that Obama is the second coming.

Only waking up on Wednesday and finding out thet you were wrong and your

"almighty" one has failed to get elected will ease your delusional state.


The only poll that counts is the one that closes tuesday evening
Quote:
Originally Posted by mainesnowflake View Post
Great post. McCain/Palin the "Right" choice

will win.
Obama "Left" behind on Tuesday
Quote:
Originally Posted by CarolinaCowboy View Post
I agree 100% lots of people will be very

surprised Tuesday and I won't be one of them. McCain is going to win.
Quote:
Originally Posted by RAPTOR760 View Post
The poll in the southern region is MCCain 50% and

Obama 40% MCain now has the momentum to win and the Democrats are done. In

the past the Dems were ahead before the election, but now with MCain way

ahead of Obama in the southern region and about to pass him in the central

region this will be another great victory for the Republicans.
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Originally Posted by sanrene View Post
Absolutely! Ignore the Liberal MSM and their polls -

this is just a tactic of theirs and the obama campaign to try and influence

and convince voters that it is a foregone conclusion - so don't bother

voting.

McCain could very well win PA. That whole region, including parts of VA, IN,

OH, MO, PA are going to come out for McCain/Palin. Go back and look at the

primaries in these states, county by county - Obama lost in a landslide

against Hillary.

Why is Obama going to Iowa this weekend? And Palin? Based on the polls, it

should be a lock for Obama - it isn't. Both of their internal polls tell a

different story - that's why they pay these private pollsters, who have a

great deal of respect and credbility within that community, hundreds of

thousands if not millions of dollars.

The media is trying to sell you a story - don't read it.
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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
McCain is going to win.

The polls are over polling for Obama by large numbers.

The only chance Obama has to win the key states of Ohio, Fla, Pa, Va, Mo are

is if Acorn and Obama cheats.

McCain is going to take Oh, Fla, Pa, Mo and it will be close in Va.

All he needs is 4 of those 5 and Obama can go back home.

All the libs are worried or you would not see this type of post.

Early voting in Fla as of today shows McCain with a comfy lead.
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Originally Posted by NCN View Post
Looking forward to November 4th when I hope CNN and MSNBC

get to eat their hats.
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Originally Posted by teatime View Post


Keep praying for victory, McCain supporters!!!
Quote:
Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
So everyone who speaks for McCain you loons slam and

everyone who speaks for Mr. Barry Ayers Jr is a great person.

I do see fear in the loons eyes.

McCain's internal polls are showing he wins 5 of the 6 states he needs and

adding all these fine great Americans in the last 4 days will bring in more

ind. voters.

So why did Collen Powell wait so long to announce he is a dunce?

You think it is to late but I can tell you it is far from over. Do not

orders your popcorn yet, because you are in for one big surprise.

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Originally Posted by Slash83 View Post
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Mac!
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Originally Posted by Pedro2008 View Post
Doesn't matter...

McCain/Palin will win...
Quote:
Originally Posted by sanrene View Post
It just came out - give it time.
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Three weeks ago, an AP-GfK survey found that Obama had surged to a seven-

point lead over McCain, lifted by voters who thought the Democrat was better

suited to lead the nation through its sudden economic crisis.
Striking - six points in a week.

I can practically guarantee you - it will change.
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Originally Posted by ProudCapMarine View Post
Soooooo many Lefties thought Obama would win

in a landslide. His landslide victory just fell into the ocean with the

rest of his lies.

McCain will win, and our nation can work to get over the financial crisis

that our Democrat Congress created.

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Originally Posted by luzianne View Post
Do you remember the polls before Reagan won? Like

Obama said, you guys need to not get too cocky. Maybe start on some

antidepressants in the next few days so they have a chance to start working

before Nov 5th. That could prevent a lot of suicides.
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Originally Posted by luzianne View Post
I agree completely. I think the Democrats may be

crying in their beer on Nov. 5th. Their hatred has made Republicans even

more determined to vote and has turned off some independents who may have

voted for Obama. And then there are the PUMAs.
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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW !!!

Ok.


WAIT UNTIL NOV. 4th when you will be so sadly depressed.

Hurry up and wait.

Do not forget to wait for me to be the first one to post that McCain just

wiped the floor with Obamas butt tomorrow night.

I can see the sweat coming off Obama forehead already.

I hope McCain attacks him with everything under the sun and then ask him "

Did you change your economic plan again today Barack?"

Waiting to see if he hits him with the Ayers issue. This will be so good.

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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
They will change soon. Blue states will turn red

also.

Do not get so happy because you will be very depressed soon.
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Originally Posted by nononsenseguy View Post
So far, it's looking like a McCain/Palin

landslide, on the order of Reagan's.
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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
Guess all these people are going to make sure Hussein

Soeboro loses.

But no big deal, after the RICO charges comes out Obama is a goner anyway.


Remember folks, we have the RIGHT to freedom of speech, like it or not.

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Originally Posted by Fun2Day View Post
They can riot all they want. I got my shotgun ready!



Obama will most likely lose. Don't worry about polls. Obama always overpolls

by 5 - 7 points AND most polls tilt Dem anyway, because pollsters atrget

black and inner city areas the most and they all vote Dem.
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Originally Posted by CarolinaCowboy View Post
Everytime Obama goes up in the polls these

threads are chalk full of......."Obama is up in the polls, lookie here,

yippie." As soon as it goes back to McCain, not a peep? Come on now! Obama's

fake, media driven 9% lead just 48 hours ago, is now gone! This is the 12th

time Obama has lost near or over double digit leads. This proves the

American people really don't want this guy in there. They are seriously

scared of him.

Once the 32% of undecided voters finally realize(and they are), McCain is

not Bush, McCain will pull ahead for the final stretch and win this election

quite easily. Also, let us not forget, as someone who has followed McCain's

career, he has at least one more high ace to be dealt! That I 100% assure

you of. McCain is so much smarter then Obama and he is going to let Obama

step in it soon enough. My gut tells me that McCain is sitting on something

big, to be revealed at the right moment in time.
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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
Dang you are good.

You noticed that to. They are like little dead rats on this.

I agree with the above, McCain is so far ahead of Obama it is no longer

funny. I believe he has more then one ace to use, believe me Obama has not

seen anything yet.

Now with Clinton on board with McCain I can see even Clinton doing a

smackdown on the boy from Kenya.

Just in case someone missed it.



6 point Obama lead is gone!

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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
We are taking a couple days and hitting the western

PA for McCain, many voters who have not voted in years are getting

registered there.

Let the excuses begin. Can you imagine the whining and crying after Obama

loses. OMG!

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Originally Posted by Donn2390 View Post
Just watch ther papers in the next few days. it's

all over for your terrorist buddy, watch, and learn... he is DONE...!

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Originally Posted by Donn2390 View Post
Obama will be done in a week. Everyone knows what

Sarah said is true, and now it's starting to hit the papers. The world is

coming down around his big ears, and he is finished. watch the papers, the

FBI is investigating his friends now... He may not be around for the

ignorant to vote for by next month...
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Originally Posted by Donn2390 View Post
Fear not, you are going to love her as your next VP.

She flat whipped the windbags a$$ in the debate, left he and his party in

tears...
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Originally Posted by CarolinaCowboy View Post
Ahh the Kool-aid thing again. Can't you come

up with another line? Please?

Trust me, in less then 3 weeks, you Democrats will be looking for a new

person to fill the #1 seat. Obama won't be there. He will be exposed and we

will all go........."Oh my God, we came so close to making such a huge

mistake."

He thought he had it all burried, but it is and will be coming out. All I

can say is our intelligence agencies can basically find out anything. Nuff

said.
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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
Keep dreaming.

The debate was not factored in on this poll.

Have your happy moment now because it is not going to last long.
Quote:
Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
Spare me.

Obama wont take all the midwest states. And if you were counting, if McCain

takes Ohio and Fla and add in either Pa, Mich, Va it is all over.

The numbers are not looking good for your boy.

Have you looked lately, McCain is either tied or gaining in even the strong

dem states like Minne and others.
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Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
The dems are twisted people.

They are already lining up excuses when Obama loses, if he wins they will

drop it.

It has already been noted this week that the polls are false that people are

lying to the pollsters.

I see McCain winning by 40+ electoral votes either way anyone wants to

whine.

People just do not trust Obama and his fury friends.
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Originally Posted by Donn2390 View Post
You are going to look pretty funny after Sarah chews

up windbag Biden in the debate. This lady is for real, and you are going to

love her when she is your VP, and even more after eight years of John, she

is your president.
Great lady, love her or leave...
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Originally Posted by motoracer51 View Post
Wow. The Dems should be worried.

This election should have been a clean sweep.

Here, they're having a hard time holding onto normally Democratic stronghold

states.

They barely have the lead in WA, MN, MI, and PA.

They have weak leads in OR, WI, NY, NJ, and NH.

Amazing.
Quote:
Originally Posted by smd1998 View Post
The game is over.

Obama might as well pack it in and let a real American run for this job!!

If McCain can win a dem state like Washington, what does that tell you?
Quote:
Originally Posted by ocexpo View Post
I have a lot of confidence that John McCain/Sarah

Palin will win this election. I had almost no confidence before he picked

her.
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Originally Posted by Slash83 View Post
I am surprised people think Obama will win Ohio. I

live in Ohio (Cleveland) I am surprised because in 2004 many people here

supported Kerry, I am seeing more and more McCain supporters. There is a

republican office in Parma that is extremely busy since the Palin

announcement. McCain has and will continue to visit or great state and city,

Obama can just head on the highway and leave.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fun2Day View Post
You better get used to Palin. You've got 4 years of

her on your TV set ahead of you.
Quote:
Originally Posted by luzianne View Post
Missouri is not going to go for Obama; not gonna

happen! I know Missouri. I was born there, I have lots of relatives there

and I live minutes from the state line. Missouri WILL NOT go for Obama.
Quote:
Originally Posted by BringTheContent View Post
Obama is not going to win Florida. Save this

post.
Quote:
Originally Posted by CarolinaCowboy View Post
McCain all but promised victory this morning.

Said to ignore the polls, as his AND Obama's internal polling both indicate

the race is even. The media is trying to spin the polls to Obama's favor to

the point McCain supporters simply give up and don't vote. Do not fall for

it!

I predict the overall popular vote will be easily won by McCain.
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Originally Posted by Slash83 View Post
McCain wins PA, OH, FL, VA, and NC.

Obama wins NV, MO, HI, CO, and all of the Northeast states.
Quote:
Originally Posted by the point View Post
possible so they can sleep at night, mark my words,

NC will not turn blue this election.
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Originally Posted by teatime View Post
Yeah, and I'm DEFINITELY not convinced that Ohio will

go to Obama.
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Originally Posted by southernnaturelover View Post
I'm not convinced that Pennsylvania, New

Hampshire, and Maine will go to Obama.
Quote:
Originally Posted by CarolinaCowboy View Post
I've been screaming all along this election

will be closer then most people think no matter what the polls say. I

sicnerely believe that if they come up with a poll showing Obama up by 15

points the day before the election, it will still come down to the wire.

1. They poll a very high percentage of under age 30.

2. Under aged 30 democrats don't vote! Republicans who are under aged 30, do

vote. that is 35% of under aged 30 democrats vote and 61% of under aged 30

republicans vote.

3. Bradley factor and if you think it won't be an issue here, you are

dreaming. Some political experts have stated up to 7% might come into play

here. All agree at least a 4-5% factor minimum!!!!

4. McCain still holds an ace, I have an idea what it is, but for unknown

reasons, he has not played it.......yet. I thought he would last night, but

we will have to wait and see.

5. The heavy cheating attempts by the democratic party and its supporters

are being discovered before the election and not after. ACORN is just the

start. Estimates of over 26,000 illegal registered voters in Ohio and 39,000

in Florida are expceted to be discovered in the coming days!

6. More democrats by far are survyed in the polls.

7. McCain will not quit. He has comeback all his life and in the primaries,

he was flat broke, had no support, fired his entire campaign staff and was

aksed to step down. Despite this, look where he is now. He will not go down

without a serious fight.

8. don't forget at exactly 28 days before the 2000 election, polls showed

Gore up by 10 points! Look what happened! No this is not a racist comment,

but fact, Gore was white. Not that that matters to me, but again, the

bradley factor!

This election will be VERY close! I don't know who will win, but a sweep by

Obama is not likely to happen.
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Originally Posted by Colts View Post
Indiana going blue? I'd like a hit of that weed, please. McCain is up like five points at the latest poll.

This is perhaps the one year I'm proud the Hoosier State will fall squarely in the RED column.

(**As an aside, I don't really care how the rest of the country votes considering we're probably screwed either way.**)

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Originally Posted by Slash83 View Post
I don't see anyway Obama can win Ohio. McCain has visited this state often, he made his VP speech here, I for sure know in my area a lot of McCain supporters. He is making a effort to get his name out in this state and doing a good job if you ask me.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Slash83 View Post
I am surprised people think Obama will win Ohio. I live in Ohio (Cleveland) I am surprised because in 2004 many people here supported Kerry, I am seeing more and more McCain supporters. There is a republican office in Parma that is extremely busy since the Palin announcement. McCain has and will continue to visit or great state and city, Obama can just head on the highway and leave.

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Old 11-04-2008, 09:15 PM
 
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Your guy won, enjoy the moment! But don't tear down other people who felt that their guy had a shot. This election was close in the popular vote, you cannot and shouldnot discount that.
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:17 PM
 
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Is it really necessary to dredge this up? Can't we just win like winners?
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:20 PM
 
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Is it really necessary to dredge this up? Can't we just win like winners?
Can I be gracious tomorrow? You obviously haven't been here the last two months.
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:23 PM
 
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That was an impressive collection!
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:26 PM
 
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Wow! I'm impressed!

Did you find an oldie and goodie from Wings of Gold?
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:35 PM
 
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lol,now i remember why i have been ignoring this board for most of the last couple months.I hope in the end i am wrong about what i think is going to be the end result of this election.The country has spoken,the ball is in his court now.I guess we will see how many are still happy four years from now.Who knows,maybe obama will prove me wrong and i'll even be happy....I doubt it..but time will tell
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:46 PM
 
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Wow! I'm impressed!

Did you find an oldie and goodie from Wings of Gold?
ditto! kudos!
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:53 PM
 
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Yall know yall wrong, but I can't stop laughing.
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:58 PM
 
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Oh my God, lol person!

I'd LOVE to be in Grant Park right now!!

This is history... the end of darkness... but it's up to each of us. It starts with us.
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