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Old 04-26-2009, 02:05 PM
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Most people voted for him b/c they thought he was the best person for the job.
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Old 04-26-2009, 02:07 PM
 
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Most people voted for him b/c they thought he was the best person for the job.
that's a bunch of crap and you know it. Good Lord he barely edged out Clinton during the primary. You people are funny.

And McCain's idiocy certainly helped his cause.
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Old 04-26-2009, 02:14 PM
 
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that's a bunch of crap and you know it. Good Lord he barely edged out Clinton during the primary. You people are funny.

And McCain's idiocy certainly helped his cause.
Barely? What in God's name have you been smoking? He annihilated Clinton! Remember she was the frontrunner and perceived as a lock for the nomination and presidency. Guess you don't remember with the heavy dose of SOUR GRAPES you're dealing with.

He won because he is by far the superior candidate and people came out in record numbers to outnumber those collosal imbeciles who voted to put Bush in twice.

You Obama haters are laughable and not to be taken seriously. You proved over 8 years that you haven't a clue. In fact, your opposing Obama means that he's doing the RIGHT things.
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Old 04-26-2009, 02:22 PM
 
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Barely? What in God's name have you been smoking? He annihilated Clinton! Remember she was the frontrunner and perceived as a lock for the nomination and presidency. Guess you don't remember with the heavy dose of SOUR GRAPES you're dealing with.

He won because he is by far the superior candidate and people came out in record numbers to outnumber those collosal imbeciles who voted to put Bush in twice.

You Obama haters are laughable and not to be taken seriously. You proved over 8 years that you haven't a clue. In fact, your opposing Obama means that he's doing the RIGHT things.
Annihalated? How short our memory is, huh? Anyways..

I am not an Obama hater at all. I think it's interesting that anyone who opposes anything at all in any capacity is labeled as an Obama hater and a Bush lover. Many people seem to know just enough to be dangerous

It's like we've devolved. Makes me think of the chimp tests where they match the blocks to the wholes in the board. You know like the circle, square, etc.

Our new standard is you're either an Obama lover or you are an Obama hater and a Bush supporter and have no clue. Gotta love the internets.
The only thing not to take seriously is forums on the internet.
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Old 04-26-2009, 02:22 PM
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^^^Agreed. Plus, the presidential election was between Obama and McCain, not Obama and Clinton.
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