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Old 15-10-2008   #1
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Obama or McCain?

Who are you vouching for?

More and more that I hear McCain speak the more he reminds me how full of crap he is. Tonight body language and responses just goes to show.

If he is elected, i think there is no more hope for the United States.
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Old 16-10-2008   #2
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Obama, the way McCain holds his arms just creeps me out and Sarah Palin? Whta the heck where they thinking?
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Obama. McCain has gone from being one of the most respected politicians in 2000 to a desperate fool who will do nearly anything to become president. I think that what ****es him off so much is that a junior senator is more respectable and presidential than he is.

Back when McCain won the primary, I disagreed with him on policy, but I had a lot of respect for him and what he had done in the past. Now after this campaign, I think McCain is an egomaniac who cares more about himself than the future of this country.

Obama hasn't exactly been an angel over the course of this campaign, but he only went negative after months of McCain bashing him. And even after doing so. he never went as far as McCain in his attacks.
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Old 18-10-2008   #4
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Obama. McCain has gone from being one of the most respected politicians in 2000 to a desperate fool who will do nearly anything to become president. I think that what ****es him off so much is that a junior senator is more respectable and presidential than he is.

Back when McCain won the primary, I disagreed with him on policy, but I had a lot of respect for him and what he had done in the past. Now after this campaign, I think McCain is an egomaniac who cares more about himself than the future of this country.

Obama hasn't exactly been an angel over the course of this campaign, but he only went negative after months of McCain bashing him. And even after doing so. he never went as far as McCain in his attacks.
Very well said
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Old 19-10-2008   #5
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Colin Powell just endorsed Obama a little while ago, on one of the Sunday morning talk shows.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/wash...-obama-en.html

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On most forums, this topic would just be considered flame bait. Thanks guys/gals for not letting it get there. Personally, for one, I don't like how long this campaign has dragged on. I can't say I like either candidate enough to vote for them. I liked Ron Paul a lot, but he didn't win the Republican primaries, I guess cause he leans too far left for the Republican party. I would have voted for him, but of the 2 major candidates, I can't make up my mind. (Even though I do have an Obama-Biden yard sign.) ;)
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Old 20-10-2008   #7
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Obama. To me, McCain just lost it all when he (though he didn't want her) chose Sarah Palin as his VP. That was great for controversy and attention, but nothing else. She'd not be fit for President imo, immediate impeachment would be necessary, required, demanded. lol
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Obama all the way. Last night was a life changing moment!
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Well, to be completely honest, I'm not that disappointed that Obama won.
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i would say Obama, and thats saying alot coming from canada
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Old 11-11-2008   #11
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yeah i have to agree with svalbard i voted for obama but i really didnt care who won as long as they could do the best thing for america but i think obama was the better choice and has his things together.
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Old 17-11-2008   #12
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I didn't like either one of them, but I would have preferred for McCain to get the job, but whatever. I guess I'm an Obama supporter now that he's my president.
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Old 17-11-2008   #13
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Obama had a lot of his stuff more together than McCain did and that is why he won.
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I didn't really care which won, but all I cared is that the person can get the job done right. I hope Obama can do that.
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Old 18-11-2008   #15
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Dont worry about it i think we are in really good hands and he will try to do everything that he can to do the best because he is the first black president and he will try to make the best impression that he can because he is representing the black community and some people will judge him if he doesn't do a good job its sad to say but that's the world we live in.
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I didn't really care who won. But the fact that we're going to have, for the first time in history, a black president is pretty cool and very historic event that I am very happy to have seen. :P I just hope he does a good job
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