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Looks like it’s Bush again. Stupid, flip-flopping, and sadly most of America will be suckered into voting for him:

Yea right. McCain doesn’t even have a glimmer of a hope of winning.

Nope. Just accept Obama as fate and his VP taking over about half-way through…

[quote]LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
Nope. Just accept Obama as fate and his VP taking over about half-way through…[/quote]

Like him or not, that’s a fucked up thing to say.

[quote]beebuddy wrote:
Yea right. McCain doesn’t even have a glimmer of a hope of winning.[/quote]

Isn’t that what they say every election. Guess the democrats are too busy waiting at home for their welfare checks to get out and vote.

It doesn’t matter the US is doomed no matter who is elected and I don’t think moving to Canada will help =(

The US isn’t doomed. McCain is though. It’s really not his fault though, Bush is to blame for it. It’s just going to be too easy to identify McCain with Bush even though they are very different.

And what, might I ask, is wrong with Bush?

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of a democratic-held congress. People just don’t make any goddamn sense. Congress is the only branch that actually legislates, but let’s blame the executive branch instead, because that’s what the media says to do.

[quote]masonator wrote:
And what, might I ask, is wrong with Bush?

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of a democratic-held congress. People just don’t make any goddamn sense. Congress is the only branch that actually legislates, but let’s blame the executive branch instead, because that’s what the media says to do. [/quote]

It’s rare to be this wrong. Win!

[quote]beebuddy wrote:
masonator wrote:
And what, might I ask, is wrong with Bush?

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of a democratic-held congress. People just don’t make any goddamn sense. Congress is the only branch that actually legislates, but let’s blame the executive branch instead, because that’s what the media says to do.

It’s rare to be this wrong. Win![/quote]

It was a fail so epic, it just might have been a win.

[quote]masonator wrote:
And what, might I ask, is wrong with Bush?

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of a democratic-held congress. People just don’t make any goddamn sense. Congress is the only branch that actually legislates, but let’s blame the executive branch instead, because that’s what the media says to do. [/quote]

Oh Gawd.
Clearly more blue state taxes are needed in Alabama. I thought you guys were getting a lot from us, but more is definitely needed.

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:
Looks like it’s Bush again. Stupid, flip-flopping, and sadly most of America will be suckered into voting for him:

It’s funny, because he’s doing this everyday. Today it was privatizing social security. “Never was for it”.

[quote]masonator wrote:
The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of…[/quote]

I would like to point out how there is nothing with which he could have followed this that would not have been retarded.

[quote]Aleksandr wrote:
masonator wrote:
The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of…

I would like to point out how there is nothing with which he could have followed this that would not have been retarded.[/quote]

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of Bob Saget.


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[quote]masonator wrote:
And what, might I ask, is wrong with Bush?

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of a democratic-held congress. People just don’t make any goddamn sense. Congress is the only branch that actually legislates, but let’s blame the executive branch instead, because that’s what the media says to do. [/quote]

Actually a lot is wrong with Bush. He is what a Democrat was 15 years ago.

After the USSR fell, and like dominoes, every single socialist country failed, suddenly America moved sharply to the left, and is really hoping and trying its best to become a socialist country. Or at least a fascist one. (Socialism lite.)

Bush had some good that he has done, but he has spent in ways that make the Democrats look cheap, and the Republican congress decided pork was fashionable. A lot of people tried to make the last election about Iraq, but anyone who really paid attention knew that the conservatives didn’t see any reason to vote for a Republican because there was no difference.

McCain is another liberal. But I will vote for him because I can see where his opponents positions will take us.

[quote]Malevolence wrote:
It was a fail so epic, it just might have been a win.[/quote]

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[quote]The Mage wrote:
masonator wrote:
And what, might I ask, is wrong with Bush?

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of a democratic-held congress. People just don’t make any goddamn sense. Congress is the only branch that actually legislates, but let’s blame the executive branch instead, because that’s what the media says to do.

Actually a lot is wrong with Bush. He is what a Democrat was 15 years ago.

After the USSR fell, and like dominoes, every single socialist country failed, suddenly America moved sharply to the left, and is really hoping and trying its best to become a socialist country. Or at least a fascist one. (Socialism lite.)

Bush had some good that he has done, but he has spent in ways that make the Democrats look cheap, and the Republican congress decided pork was fashionable. A lot of people tried to make the last election about Iraq, but anyone who really paid attention knew that the conservatives didn’t see any reason to vote for a Republican because there was no difference.

McCain is another liberal. But I will vote for him because I can see where his opponents positions will take us. [/quote]

It would seem easier to “see” where McSame will take us. See last 8 years and multiply foolishness/hawkishness times 2. Looks bleak…very bleak.

[quote]LiftSmart wrote:
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Don’t drag me into this.

[quote]masonator wrote:
And what, might I ask, is wrong with Bush?

The thing that people fail to realize (or admit in some cases) is that all of our current problems are the result of a democratic-held congress. People just don’t make any goddamn sense. Congress is the only branch that actually legislates, but let’s blame the executive branch instead, because that’s what the media says to do. [/quote]

You’re on my idiot list. I’ve rarely heard anything so stupid.

Keep entertaining us!

Holy shit, I just found out that McCain is just as much of a liar as Obama! Clearly I must now vote for… uh … dur… Pudding!

http://www.freedomsenemies.com/_Obama/ObamaLies.htm

Just kidding, I was never planning to vote for either of those phonies. Thanks for re-inforcing my decision!