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Old 04-15-2008, 03:22 PM
 
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McCain sponsored a bill to stop all earmarks for 2009 and was supported by BOTH Obama and Hilliary. The bill was shot down by all those corrupt senators in Congress. However, McCain never asked for an earmark before and hasn't asked for an earmark after the bill. Obama... did the same thing, he stopped asking for earmarks since the beginning... Hilliary PLANS on introducing more earmarks... WTH?? If there is one person I don't trust among the three... its Hilliary... she has done this kind of stuff for years and years.. I am glad she will be out of the picture soon... it will be between Obama and McCain... don't know who I will vote for as I don't like these candidates very much... McCain has some positives and so does Obama... to think of it... I can't think of anything positive about Hilliary other than saying what you want to hear and doing the complete opposite.. I already have Bush for that...

Obama: No earmarks for 2009 - CNN.com
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Old 04-15-2008, 11:23 PM
 
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She thinks she is fooling everyone! Because she knows more than the people.
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:22 AM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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McCain sponsored a bill to stop all earmarks for 2009 and was supported by BOTH Obama and Hilliary. The bill was shot down by all those corrupt senators in Congress. However, McCain never asked for an earmark before and hasn't asked for an earmark after the bill. Obama... did the same thing, he stopped asking for earmarks since the beginning... Hilliary PLANS on introducing more earmarks... WTH?? If there is one person I don't trust among the three... its Hilliary... she has done this kind of stuff for years and years.. I am glad she will be out of the picture soon... it will be between Obama and McCain... don't know who I will vote for as I don't like these candidates very much... McCain has some positives and so does Obama... to think of it... I can't think of anything positive about Hilliary other than saying what you want to hear and doing the complete opposite.. I already have Bush for that...

Obama: No earmarks for 2009 - CNN.com
Excellent post! She disgusts me as well with her lying, deception, and hollow message. She has about as much business being president as Olive Oyl.
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