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Voting for Mccain? Why?!

ive never been into politics until this year, and because of good reasons. I dont see how john mccain has the support of ANYONE in the is country.

any mccain supporters out there?

[quote]ZeusNathan wrote:
ive never been into politics until this year, and because of good reasons. I dont see how john mccain has the support of ANYONE in the is country.

any mccain supporters out there?[/quote]

I don’t consider myself a McCain supporter, but he’s not Obama.

Because he is not nearly as bad as Obama.

[quote]Zap Branigan wrote:
Because he is not nearly as bad as Obama.[/quote]

Ditto.

[quote]ZeusNathan wrote:
ive never been into politics until this year,
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Oh and this explains everything.

[quote]ZeusNathan wrote:

any mccain supporters out there?[/quote]

Don’t frequent this forum much, eh?

you make it sound like there’s a difference between the two for the long-term future of the U.S.

Because I cant vote for a man whos financial adviser is the one responisble for the fannie mae books. I dont believe in socialism and I dont believe that Obama would actually have any popularity if the country didnt have a universal antibush feeling.

Why are you voting for Obama and leave out the anti bush bs and stick with what obama is going to do?

[quote]ZeusNathan wrote:
ive never been into politics until this year, and because of good reasons. I dont see how john mccain has the support of ANYONE in the is country.

any mccain supporters out there?[/quote]




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Its people like you that make RJ feel all self righteous when he goes off on his “life experience” shticks.

So why are you supporting Obama? And what do you have against the shift key? It’s really a nice key, it’s only a few inches from any of the letters you should have capitalized. Why no love for it?

[quote]Beowolf wrote:
Its people like you that make RJ feel all self righteous when he goes off on his “life experience” shticks.
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You sound jealous. You’ll get your chance in a couple of decades. Just have patience.

[quote]rainjack wrote:
Beowolf wrote:
Its people like you that make RJ feel all self righteous when he goes off on his “life experience” shticks.

You sound jealous. You’ll get your chance in a couple of decades. Just have patience. [/quote]

Decades? I would think a few years worth of paying $2000 monthly tax checks to the government would suffice to give one the moral high ground.

The turds vs the dousches every 4 years.

John McCain is not a socialist. Obama clearly has some strong socialist leanings.

We are in this mess because of BIG government LIBERAL policies of trying to level the playing field in the mortgage industry by lending to under qualified people. Why can’t people see that.

These guys (the dems)blocked every attempt at reforming the two main culprits - Fannie and Freddie. These two entities were peddling bad paper to Wall Street.

Listen Kim K

Since unfortunately you got kicked off of Dancing with Stars for which you should have been kept on so we can all watch your ample posterior vibrate while doing your imitation of the Paso Doble you now have 1 month+ to get as smart as all of your camera hound friends as to the upcoming election which I believe is supposed to be held every 4 year for the President that is.

BTW - please try to get on celebrity Survivor. You will look really good with one of those buffs wrapped around your waist

For starters I have a hard enough time looking at my check every 2 weeks and seeing that over 35% of it goes to the government. I already support my family and apparently another one somewhere in Irvington,NJ. I don’t need Obama and Joe “be a patriot and pay more taxes” Biden taking more of my money to support yet another family that refuses to get off of government assistance.

We could also bring up Obamas former mentor the racist Wright.

[quote]ZeusNathan wrote:
ive never been into politics until this year, and because of good reasons. I dont see how john mccain has the support of ANYONE in the is country.

any mccain supporters out there?[/quote]

You’re the kind of person I was talking about when I said not everyone should vote. You don’t know enough about it.

Don’t feel bad though, neither do I.

Barack Obama is an enemy of every attendee of the first constitutional convention and hence my enemy. He will never be my president and it will be yet another nail in the coffin lid of this once great nation if the bleeting sheep now populating this land succeed in inflicting us with his executive presence.

Honestly it doesn’t really matter anymore. The population has lost it’s national identity. We have almost completely forgotten who we are and it’s only a matter of time before we surrender to raw federal despotic tyranny altogether.

[quote]snipeout wrote:
For starters I have a hard enough time looking at my check every 2 weeks and seeing that over 35% of it goes to the government. I already support my family and apparently another one somewhere in Irvington,NJ. I don’t need Obama and Joe “be a patriot and pay more taxes” Biden taking more of my money to support yet another family that refuses to get off of government assistance.

We could also bring up Obamas former mentor the racist Wright.

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Yep. I’d say my family of two pays for at least one other family to live quite comfortably elsewhere in the country. If things continue as they are, I’ll be trying to create some under-the-table income for myself.

It’s an election between a turd sandwich and a giant douche.

I figure at least the giant douche is clean so that’s my reasoning.

[quote]Tiribulus wrote:
Barack Obama is an enemy of every attendee of the first constitutional convention and hence my enemy. He will never be my president and it will be yet another nail in the coffin lid of this once great nation if the bleeting sheep now populating this land succeed in inflicting us with his executive presence.

Honestly it doesn’t really matter anymore. The population has lost it’s national identity. We have almost completely forgotten who we are and it’s only a matter of time before we surrender to raw federal despotic tyranny altogether.[/quote]

I wish you were wrong. Too many people want the fed gov to solve every problem they encounter in their daily lives. Quite astonishing given how stupid the typical bureaucrat is. Quite often someone who could not make it 1 week in the private sector but somehow they are the ones people want to trust.