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Barrack Hussein (don’t forget the “Hussein” part) Obama is:

A Marxist and a Socialist

A Supporter of Terrorist

A Racist who makes David Duke look like a card carrying member of the NAACP

A Supporter of Child Rapist, Pedophiles and molestors

Will raise your taxes, take away your Guns, and Rape your women

Despite the fact that he rose to the Top of his Law School Class at Harvard, is nonetheless a stuttering poster boy for Affirmative Action.

“Elitist”

Was a Crony for the Chicago Daly Machine (Remember; a Community Activist does not count as one of the “Thousand Points of Light” of Community Level Activism and Volunterism)

Will be the worst thing to ever happen to America, apple pie and all we hold dear.

Married a woman who is all of the above. (Except the “rape your women” part, unless Michelle goes both ways).

Oh…and don’t forget “smart as hell” because this got past all types of background checks and “the Liberal Media”. (And we know those bastards wouldn’t report it anyway).

Did I forget anything?

(I’m sure I did).

Mufasa

I think you’ve summed it up rather well.

I suppose I’d add “habitual equivocator” to the list - or is that quibbling over trifles? :slight_smile:

edit: probably curls in the squat rack too.

[quote]Mufasa wrote:
Barrack Hussein (don’t forget the “Hussein” part) Obama is:

Will be the worst thing to ever happen to America, apple pie and all we hold dear.

[/quote]

As good as apple pie is someone had to do something about the obesity epidemic.

I’m not going to debate any legitimacy of the claims made as I know you are being facetious but the people who make these claims are the alter ego of the “I’m moving to Canada if Bush is reelected” crowd.

Ignore the “absolutes” that extremists on both sides of the fence spout out and you will remain a lot smarter.

For better or worse, the “extreme” voices are the ones often heard.

Again, my experience in the office.

One of the women said that “Obama was too scary to Vote for”.

I asked why.

“Because he’s Muslim and supports Terrorist”…

Then she added (with an obligatory smile and laugh):

“And he called Sarah (NOT Governor Palin, but “Sarah”) a pig!!!”

I think we all better start getting used to saying “President McCain”…

Mufasa

[quote]Mufasa wrote:
For better or worse, the “extreme” voices are the ones often heard.

Again, my experience in the office.

One of the women said that “Obama was too scary to Vote for”.

I asked why.

“Because he’s Muslim and supports Terrorist”…

Then she added (with an obligatory smile and laugh):

“And he called Sarah (NOT Governor Palin, but “Sarah”) a pig!!!”

I think we all better start getting used to saying “President McCain”…

Mufasa[/quote]

Tell me you correct them on at least one of these idiocies.

[quote]Mufasa wrote:
For better or worse, the “extreme” voices are the ones often heard.

Again, my experience in the office.

One of the women said that “Obama was too scary to Vote for”.

I asked why.

“Because he’s Muslim and supports Terrorist”…

Then she added (with an obligatory smile and laugh):

“And he called Sarah (NOT Governor Palin, but “Sarah”) a pig!!!”

I think we all better start getting used to saying “President McCain”…

Mufasa[/quote]

Tell me you correct them on at least one of these idiocies.

Tyler:

Sometimes…because its getting tiring. (By the way, the only thing I’ve had to correct about the McCain/Palin team is that her baby has Trisomy 21, not Autism).

But this is where the “tire hits the proverbial road”:

When that young woman gets in that booth, and sees those names, she is going to “see” a Muslim Terrorist and Sympathizer on one side; and Smiling Sarah the Soccer Mom on the Other.

It’s that simple.

Mufasa

You forgot that he is a Muslim, Atheist, Black Panther Nationalist.

[quote]Mufasa wrote:
Tyler:

Sometimes…because its getting tiring. (By the way, the only thing I’ve had to correct about the McCain/Palin team is that her baby has Trisomy 21, not Autism).

But this is where the “tire hits the proverbial road”:

When that young woman gets in that booth, and sees those names, she is going to “see” a Muslim Terrorist and Sympathizer on one side; and Smiling Sarah the Soccer Mom on the Other.

It’s that simple.

Mufasa [/quote]

It’s more like:

“gives me free shit, and rich people are EVIL LOL obama”, verus those evil republicans. fight the power, man.

DAMITT!

And he probably doesn’t bench much!

(Does anyone know what Obama benches…RAW???)

Mufasa

[quote]Mufasa wrote:
Tyler:

Sometimes…because its getting tiring. (By the way, the only thing I’ve had to correct about the McCain/Palin team is that her baby has Trisomy 21, not Autism).

But this is where the “tire hits the proverbial road”:

When that young woman gets in that booth, and sees those names, she is going to “see” a Muslim Terrorist and Sympathizer on one side; and Smiling Sarah the Soccer Mom on the Other.

It’s that simple.

Mufasa [/quote]

Yup. Really deepens your faith in democracy. I’m getting increasingly sympathetic to the view that a republic has to be small to hold on to any of the virtues that make it a good form of government.

Let me say this before I get ripped…(Actually, you guys are pretty nice to me…GROUP HUG!!!)

I think that Obama, McCain, Biden and Palin are four good people who really care about this country. I think we are fortunate to have good people who still want to run.

I think that all four have “No where but in America” stories. They all have overcome things that would either destroy lesser people…or at the very least, keep them “ordinary”.

In other words, I think that they are all four EXTRAordinary people.

As it relates to Obama, all of the things that I wrote (with the exception of a little hyperbole here and there) are direct quotes.

He’s none of them.

He now most likely understands the full weight and reality of the GOP machine and will respect it more in the future.

Ultimately, I think that he will be a better person and U.S. Senator for the experience (I just don’t see him winning this race as of September 21, 2008); and in that sense (hold you noses for those who hate him):

America will be better for it.

Mufasa

He attended a marxist church for 20 years with a marxist pastor that espouses undeniably marxist liberation theology. His book “Audacity of Hope” which we all know was named after one of his marxist pastors sermons is replete with marxist idealogy.

The politics he is publicly running on, which include writing a check to non tax payers from funds taken from people already paying the lion’s share of taxes and public health care, are demonstrably and unmistakably socialist in nature.

There’s plenty more.

If it looks, walks and quacks like a duck…

As your original post was meant to be sarcastic in a light…it’s true to an extent.

You haven’t had to correct people spewing things off about McCain because:

He doesn’t have connections to terrorists/anarchists.

His wife never said she wasn’t proud of America(or that it’s the first time she’s proud of it).

He doesn’t support socialism.

He didn’t vote against child rapists/molesters being barred from early release from prison.

He didn’t support sex education being taught from K-12.

…etc, etc, etc…

Look…I know McCain isn’t an angel, but come on…Obama has this stigma because these elements are real.

And like you said, it’s for the better.

[quote]zephead4747 wrote:
Mufasa wrote:
Tyler:

Sometimes…because its getting tiring. (By the way, the only thing I’ve had to correct about the McCain/Palin team is that her baby has Trisomy 21, not Autism).

But this is where the “tire hits the proverbial road”:

When that young woman gets in that booth, and sees those names, she is going to “see” a Muslim Terrorist and Sympathizer on one side; and Smiling Sarah the Soccer Mom on the Other.

It’s that simple.

Mufasa

It’s more like:

“gives me free shit, and rich people are EVIL LOL obama”, verus those evil republicans. fight the power, man.[/quote]

This is also true. While some people are afraid of Obama, others will only vote for him because rich Republicans are the anti-Christ (or anti-…whatever their religious figure is)…or that McCain is the McSame(so clever).

[quote]Mufasa wrote:
DAMITT!

And he probably doesn’t bench much!

(Does anyone know what Obama benches…RAW???)

Mufasa[/quote]

I am not saying that he has hooves, but did you notice he always wears shoes when he appears in public?

He’s loved by Germans!

That’s the killer argument right there.

And he drives a hybrid.

Heresy, I sayeth!

[quote]katzenjammer wrote:
I think you’ve summed it up rather well.

I suppose I’d add “habitual equivocator” to the list - or is that quibbling over trifles? :slight_smile:

edit: probably curls in the squat rack too. [/quote]

Dumbell curls at that.