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Barack Obama or John McCain?

Who's your Choice for President of the USA?  

114 members have voted

  1. 1. Who's your Choice for President of the USA?

    • Barack Obama (D - IL)
      48
    • John McCain (R - AZ)
      37
    • Ralph Nader
      3
    • Bob Barr
      3
    • Other (please note)
      23


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ASOP

McCain. :tu: Obama cant make a speach without the reading cards. Ah ah ah well ah................He flip flops more then anyone out there. His good friends are our worst enemies.His wife just started to love her country,he lived a lower then middle class childhood......lier your grandparents were very well off in fact so well off you went to Harvard. Your chruch please.....well we all know you have something against white people read his book. Taxes raised yup he's all for that. His 2. whatever million dollor home and the crook thats going to jail that he was it cahoots with. Standing abortions that is so wrong and im pro choice. His poor 1/2 brother that lives off 1 dollor a month and he cant/wont/dont even send him something to help him out yet he preaches to everyone else.

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atom286
Obama! I pray to God another republican isn't elected president.

Is he still with us, did he get assasinated?

I think the CIA will have the next pop at him.

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TSS

Whilst looking at this from across the pond, I hope McCain wins.

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BlindMessiah
Is he still with us, did he get assasinated?

I think the CIA will have the next pop at him.

... wow... if you're going to make wild statements, root them in some truth. The CIA is not going to kill Obama. There'd be no reason to kill him. It's incredible how stupid some of these posts are...

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twpdyp

John McCain with no doubt in my mind. He is the closest to a Reagan republican running. Ohh in case it was not obvious I am a ultra conservative right wing republican.

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BlindMessiah
John McCain with no doubt in my mind. He is the closest to a Reagan republican running. Ohh in case it was not obvious I am a ultra conservative right wing republican.

No you aren't. If you were ultra conservative you wouldn't vote republican. There's nothing conservative about the republican party.

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twpdyp
No you aren't. If you were ultra conservative you wouldn't vote republican. There's nothing conservative about the republican party.

And there is nothing democratic about the Democrats. Mostly consisting of communistic ideals stolen straight from Marx. Hell Obama will not even place his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem, wear a simple lapel pin of the US flag. A man who dishonors the country in these ways is not fit to lead it.

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IrishAidan07
And there is nothing democratic about the Democrats. Mostly consisting of communistic ideals stolen straight from Marx. Hell Obama will not even place his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem, wear a simple lapel pin of the US flag. A man who dishonors the country in these ways is not fit to lead it.

Would you Right Wads come up with something better than "COMMIE!!!!" My God. It's false, desperate, and patently stupid. I could compare the Republican Party to the Nazi Party, considering the only people to benefit financially in Hitler's Germany was the government and corporations, but I won't. And what the hell does putting your hand over your heart have to do with anything? I put mine behind my back. And so what if he doesn't wear a simple lapel pin. He doesn't wear it because it's a simple lapel pin, that doesn't mean anything. I can go around wearing a Pro-Abortion T-Shirt, but that doesn't mean I'm for abortion. What matters is your actions. Unless you can find something he has done that is disrespectful to his country, then your post should be considered nothing more than poppycock.

Edited by IrishAidan

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Startraveler
Hell Obama will not even place his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem, wear a simple lapel pin of the US flag. A man who dishonors the country in these ways is not fit to lead it.

You make a mockery of everything anyone who's ever fallen defending that flag fought for. **EDIT**

Star, don't make it personal**

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Incorrigible1
And there is nothing democratic about the Democrats. Mostly consisting of communistic ideals stolen straight from Marx. Hell Obama will not even place his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem, wear a simple lapel pin of the US flag. A man who dishonors the country in these ways is not fit to lead it.

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CosmicStaR

They BOTH voted for the Patriot Act---

enough said

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BlindMessiah
And there is nothing democratic about the Democrats. Mostly consisting of communistic ideals stolen straight from Marx. Hell Obama will not even place his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem, wear a simple lapel pin of the US flag. A man who dishonors the country in these ways is not fit to lead it.

I care why?

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Mr  Honeybadger
They BOTH voted for the Patriot Act---

enough said

You got that right.

And they both support ammnesty for illegals and an open border policy.

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Incorrigible1
You got that right.

And they both support ammnesty for illegals and an open border policy.

Ugh! I HATE that. I've lived in towns with packing plants, here in Nebraska. It's a national disgrace. I'm more than willing to pay more for my meat, so long as those working the meat-packing plants are American citizens and paid a fair wage.

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Plainbob13
Ugh! I HATE that. I've lived in towns with packing plants, here in Nebraska. It's a national disgrace. I'm more than willing to pay more for my meat, so long as those working the meat-packing plants are American citizens and paid a fair wage.

:tu::clap:

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IrishAidan07

Surprised you Republicans weren't outraged over this.

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IrishAidan07

And here is Obama with his hand over his chest.

Media Matters

But lemme guess: Media Matters forged those photos.

Edited by IrishAidan

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Incorrigible1
And here is Obama with his hand over his chest.

Media Matters

But lemme guess: Media Matters forged those photos.

Methinks you doeth protest too much.

Look, I'm the first to criticize McCain. He was the last choice, for me, of the Republican candidates.

Yet, the younger folks posting here seem to not be able to accept any criticism of BHO. They counter any BHO criticism with sometimes ridiculous McCain criticism, in kind. Horrendous insults are floated and thrown out.

As a general rule, BHO's gaffes are given a pass by many of us older, more "seasoned" U-M posters. And of course, Ripley is constantly stirring matters of often a ridiculous nature, just trying to raise a fuss.

I take no umbrage BHO is winning this popularity poll, here on U-M. I'll not lose any sleep should Obama win the US presidency. I'll not leave the country, as some ridiculous Hollywood types such as Alec Baldwin. I think Obama is a fair candidate, a good man and skilled orator.

Yet some of the posters here just might follow Alec Baldwin to Canada, should McCain win. (Not that Baldwin left the country, as he promised.........)

If anything I'd like to point out the shrill, unforgiving rhetoric spouted by many of you. The younger folks here seem to make things a matter of life or death or utter pride should things not go quite the way they insist things must go. Step back and take a deep breath. Life is full of triumphs and disappointments.

Edited by Incorrigible1

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The Unseen

I'm not rasist but I dont think America is ready for a black pres or a woman vise pres.Just think of all the rasist people fighting and trying to impeach him the second he does somethingthe people dont think is right .the same with the woman vise,We as a society are to imature to accept anyone other than a White man in the oval office,The KKK will have a cow if we put a black man in Office or have a woman vise pres,Even though they are "More than likely better suited and probably more able to handle the job"We because of our one track mind will not allow us to accept that outcome.Mind you I'm not rasist"I hate everyone equilly"(just kidding).only hate those who hate our country and put us down even though they dont live here and hate us because were free.Sad but true.

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The Unseen
Methinks you doeth protest too much.

Look, I'm the first to criticize McCain. He was the last choice, for me, of the Republican candidates.

Yet, the younger folks posting here seem to not be able to accept any criticism of BHO. They counter any BHO criticism with sometimes ridiculous McCain criticism, in kind. Horrendous insults are floated and thrown out.

As a general rule, BHO's gaffes are given a pass by many of us older, more "seasoned" U-M posters. And of course, Ripley is constantly stirring matters of often a ridiculous nature, just trying to raise a fuss.

I take no umbrage BHO is winning this popularity poll, here on U-M. I'll not lose any sleep should Obama win the US presidency. I'll not leave the country, as some ridiculous Hollywood types such as Alec Baldwin. I think Obama is a fair candidate, a good man and skilled orator.

Yet some of the posters here just might follow Alec Baldwin to Canada, should McCain win. (Not that Baldwin left the country, as he promised.........)

If anything I'd like to point out the shrill, unforgiving rhetoric spouted by many of you. The younger folks here seem to make things a matter of life or death or utter pride should things not go quite the way they insist things must go. Step back and take a deep breath. Life is full of triumphs and disappointments.

Ths can not be said any better than the way you said it.As far as Alec Baldwin goes,Hope that 3rd rate actor does leave we dont need him.Like America wont run without him.HA HA.

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IrishAidan07
Methinks you doeth protest too much.

Look, I'm the first to criticize McCain. He was the last choice, for me, of the Republican candidates.

Yet, the younger folks posting here seem to not be able to accept any criticism of BHO. They counter any BHO criticism with sometimes ridiculous McCain criticism, in kind. Horrendous insults are floated and thrown out.

As a general rule, BHO's gaffes are given a pass by many of us older, more "seasoned" U-M posters. And of course, Ripley is constantly stirring matters of often a ridiculous nature, just trying to raise a fuss.

I take no umbrage BHO is winning this popularity poll, here on U-M. I'll not lose any sleep should Obama win the US presidency. I'll not leave the country, as some ridiculous Hollywood types such as Alec Baldwin. I think Obama is a fair candidate, a good man and skilled orator.

Yet some of the posters here just might follow Alec Baldwin to Canada, should McCain win. (Not that Baldwin left the country, as he promised.........)

If anything I'd like to point out the shrill, unforgiving rhetoric spouted by many of you. The younger folks here seem to make things a matter of life or death or utter pride should things not go quite the way they insist things must go. Step back and take a deep breath. Life is full of triumphs and disappointments.

Well, I'm not one of those younger folks you speak of. I prefer to set the record straight, and saying Obama disrespects his country is pure nonsense, or as you would say, idiotic. If anyone has a legitimate argument against Obama, I will not and have not respond/ed with outrageous criticism of McCain. I like John McCain, to be honest. But I don't think he is right for America. So, please don't lump me in with whoever you are speaking of simply because I set the record straight regarding the hand over chest bit.

Edited by IrishAidan

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The Unseen

I dont get it,Whats with the Hand over the chest thing?

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The Unseen

I voted Other,I dont trust any of these bozo's as far as I can throw them.

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Caesar
I voted Other,I dont trust any of these bozo's as far as I can throw them.

Very true, one hasn't done anything, the other doesn't know how many houses he owns :cry:

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The Unseen
Surprised you Republicans weren't outraged over this.

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I get it now,Hand over his stomach as if to say it makes him sick to his stomach or he has Gas."Wheres the tums?"

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