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parke
10-15-2008, 10:55 PM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

It makes sense to me. Why try to battle an republican incumbent? Let the Dems screw things up. It will make it easier for us in four more years. (less than that really)

In the next four our rights and finances will be worse off and maybe people will start looking for real solutions... maybe.

I would like to tow the Paul line and vote for Baldwin. The folks in my RP community are shocked. Truth of the matter is, I dont care for Baldwin much and I dont want McCain to win. I dont like McCain (although I do like Palin) and FUCK the GOP. We were treated like retards with STD's throughout this political cycle.

You know, I would have carried the party line had we been treated fairly.. or at least acknowledged. Ive been treated better while recieving wedgies.

So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath. Strategically, I think its smarter for me to throw my vote behind the Dem Douchebag so we can build our candidate to win in 2012.

yongrel
10-15-2008, 10:56 PM
Donate to BJ Lawson.

Brassmouth
10-15-2008, 11:02 PM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

It makes sense to me. Why try to battle an republican incumbent? Let the Dems screw things up. It will make it easier for us in four more years. (less than that really)

In the next four our rights and finances will be worse off and maybe people will start looking for real solutions... maybe.

I would like to tow the Paul line and vote for Baldwin. The folks in my RP community are shocked. Truth of the matter is, I dont care for Baldwin much and I dont want McCain to win. I dont like McCain (although I do like Palin) and FUCK the GOP. We were treated like retards with STD's throughout this political cycle.

You know, I would have carried the party line had we been treated fairly.. or at least acknowledged. Ive been treated better while recieving wedgies.

So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath. Strategically, I think its smarter for me to throw my vote behind the Dem Douchebag so we can build our candidate to win in 2012.

Obama's gonna win anyway, you might as well vote according to your beliefs. More likely than not your purpose (putting the Dems in power so they and they're policies will take the blame) will come to fruition either way. Just my $0.02.

libertarian4321
10-15-2008, 11:26 PM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

It makes sense to me. Why try to battle an republican incumbent? Let the Dems screw things up. It will make it easier for us in four more years. (less than that really)

In the next four our rights and finances will be worse off and maybe people will start looking for real solutions... maybe.

I would like to tow the Paul line and vote for Baldwin. The folks in my RP community are shocked. Truth of the matter is, I dont care for Baldwin much and I dont want McCain to win. I dont like McCain (although I do like Palin) and FUCK the GOP. We were treated like retards with STD's throughout this political cycle.

You know, I would have carried the party line had we been treated fairly.. or at least acknowledged. Ive been treated better while recieving wedgies.

So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath. Strategically, I think its smarter for me to throw my vote behind the Dem Douchebag so we can build our candidate to win in 2012.

I think the Republicans need to get hammered, otherwise they will never change from their big government, neocon ways.

I Am Weasel
10-15-2008, 11:28 PM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath.

Why don't you just quit the Ron Paul forums and go join up with Obama then? Why don't you rally with Obama and spread socialism everywhere? People like you make me sick. You know Ron Pauls message, you say you support him till your last breath then stab his message in the back by voting for Obama. People like you are the reason this country is as screwed up as it is. Screw Obama, and screw anybody in this country of sheep willing to vote for the asshole. INCLUDING YOU!

Grimnir Wotansvolk
10-15-2008, 11:29 PM
I'm actually rooting for his win, internally, simply because McCain represents such pure, insidious evil.

In principle I won't. Voting third party takes away from him anyway.

Alawn
10-15-2008, 11:29 PM
Because you are ok with endorsing the destruction of the US.

Alawn
10-15-2008, 11:30 PM
I'm actually rooting for his win, internally, simply because McCain represents such pure, insidious evil.


As much as I hate McCain, and I do hate him a lot, I cannot imagine anybody short of Hitler or Stalin being more evil than Obama.

anaconda
10-15-2008, 11:32 PM
Im voting for Obama. Guess why?


Because the two party dog-and-pony show worked on you....

AJ Antimony
10-15-2008, 11:39 PM
See the problem with your logic is that you assume 2009-2013 are going to be our worst years.

It's entirely possible that TPTB decide to perform their magic and stall the inevitable recession.

Or even worse... TPTB use their magic to make things appear that the Dems and their socialism actually made everything better. Of course all us Austrian students will know that's not true, but remember our numbers are too low to have much influence on policy.

Anyway if Dems and their socialism actually appear to improve everything, then there's another nail in the coffin for capitalism. Even if (and we know it will) a recession comes, I'm sure TBTB will make it happen under a new Republican "deregulator," and thus install even more fear into free market economics.

Yeah the economy will collapse one of these days, but we have no idea if it'll actually happen during Obama's administration.

EDIT: Oh yeah... and then there's that whole thing about your one vote not affecting the election at all... but we'll ignore that so it appears you at least tried to think your logic through.

qh4dotcom
10-15-2008, 11:41 PM
Here you go

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l46t_nrySg4

Praise your new leader Obama...you have betrayed Dr. Paul (who encouraged you to vote 3rd party) with your Obama vote

Brassmouth
10-15-2008, 11:45 PM
As much as I hate McCain, and I do hate him a lot, I cannot imagine anybody short of Hitler or Stalin being more evil than Obama.

QFT. Honestly, as horrible as McCain is, I can't see how people consider Obama somehow less evil than him. Obama's policies will tank this country a whole helluva lot faster than McCain's will. Plus with Obama you have the hordes of brainwashed youth chanting for change. You really think these sheep will blame Obama in four years? Hell no, they'll blame who Obama tells them to blame, which will be the "evil, greedy corporations" and, ultimately, capitalism.

parke
10-16-2008, 12:30 AM
Donate to BJ Lawson.

did. Connely too

parke
10-16-2008, 12:32 AM
Why don't you just quit the Ron Paul forums and go join up with Obama then? Why don't you rally with Obama and spread socialism everywhere? People like you make me sick. You know Ron Pauls message, you say you support him till your last breath then stab his message in the back by voting for Obama. People like you are the reason this country is as screwed up as it is. Screw Obama, and screw anybody in this country of sheep willing to vote for the asshole. INCLUDING YOU!

Go fuck yourself.

jcarcinogen
10-16-2008, 12:34 AM
Here you go

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l46t_nrySg4

Praise your new leader Obama...you have betrayed Dr. Paul (who encouraged you to vote 3rd party) with your Obama vote

You cover your heart for the Pledge or for the National Anthem?

parke
10-16-2008, 12:36 AM
See the problem with your logic is that you assume 2009-2013 are going to be our worst years.

It's entirely possible that TPTB decide to perform their magic and stall the inevitable recession.

Or even worse... TPTB use their magic to make things appear that the Dems and their socialism actually made everything better. Of course all us Austrian students will know that's not true, but remember our numbers are too low to have much influence on policy.

Anyway if Dems and their socialism actually appear to improve everything, then there's another nail in the coffin for capitalism. Even if (and we know it will) a recession comes, I'm sure TBTB will make it happen under a new Republican "deregulator," and thus install even more fear into free market economics.

Yeah the economy will collapse one of these days, but we have no idea if it'll actually happen during Obama's administration.

EDIT: Oh yeah... and then there's that whole thing about your one vote not affecting the election at all... but we'll ignore that so it appears you at least tried to think your logic through.


hmmmm.... I want the GOP to get hammered. After goiing to county GOP meetings and being pretty fucking active for the past year and a half.. Im pretty damn sure that Id like to see some common sense get bitch slapped into this party.

It is better that he win for us. Seriously folks. Do you want to try to rebuild a party and offer a better candidate.. hitting the ground running in 12 or have to fight a party that keeps getting rewarded for turning its back on its priciples?

I hate Obama. I hate McCain. Fuck them both. It will be easier for us if Obama wins.

mstrmac1
10-16-2008, 12:40 AM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

It makes sense to me. Why try to battle an republican incumbent? Let the Dems screw things up. It will make it easier for us in four more years. (less than that really)

In the next four our rights and finances will be worse off and maybe people will start looking for real solutions... maybe.

I would like to tow the Paul line and vote for Baldwin. The folks in my RP community are shocked. Truth of the matter is, I dont care for Baldwin much and I dont want McCain to win. I dont like McCain (although I do like Palin) and FUCK the GOP. We were treated like retards with STD's throughout this political cycle.

You know, I would have carried the party line had we been treated fairly.. or at least acknowledged. Ive been treated better while recieving wedgies.





So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath. Strategically, I think its smarter for me to throw my vote behind the Dem Douchebag so we can build our candidate to win in 2012.



Your insane.. thats all.

Crowish
10-16-2008, 12:42 AM
Just out of curiosity, how old are you Parke? I bet you are under 30.

You are so sure that Obama will be better for us in the long run & I find that sort of... assured thinking about the future ... common with young people.

Brassmouth
10-16-2008, 01:04 AM
Just out of curiosity, how old are you Parke? I bet you are under 30.

You are so sure that Obama will be better for us in the long run & I find that sort of... assured thinking about the future ... common with young people.

You should probably shut up and stop flaming the guy, especially when you clearly have no idea what you're talking about. No one can see into the future, so to claim he's wrong (ultimately simply because you disagree with him) is ridiculous. It may well be that Obama's victory will help our movement. You don't know.

So once again, shut up, stop being arrogant and condescending, and leave the poor guy alone. It's his decision to do what he thinks is best.

newyearsrevolution08
10-16-2008, 01:06 AM
I find these threads funny as hell BUT I see plenty more on there way.

Crowish
10-16-2008, 01:13 AM
You should probably shut up and stop flaming the guy, especially when you clearly have no idea what you're talking about. No one can see into the future, so to claim he's wrong (ultimately simply because you disagree with him) is ridiculous. It may well be that Obama's victory will help our movement. You don't know.

So once again, shut up, stop being arrogant and condescending, and leave the poor guy alone. It's his decision to do what he thinks is best.

How is that flaming? I am curious about the guy's age/naivete.

Sheesh. He can do whatever he wants. I didn't give him any advice nor, unlike your post to me, tell him what he should or should not do.

Good one.

ps. And how do you know I disagree with him? I didn't give my opinion one way or another.

jbuttell
10-16-2008, 01:21 AM
Go fuck yourself.

Prepare for blowback as you watch the results of your foolish vote, parke. The tired strategic reasoning you use is about as convincing as spreading democracy by the barrel of a gun.

thechitowncubs
10-16-2008, 01:27 AM
Unbelievable.

tremendoustie
10-16-2008, 01:33 AM
Trust me, your 0.00...01% will look a lot bigger added to a third party candidate than added to B.O's total, and will make a bigger impact. A vote for barack sends the message that the people want more socialism. Let's send the right message -- people want more freedom.

Plus there's the whole doing the right thing bit, and voting for what you believe in, instead of being a calculating sneaky political shrew. That ranks pretty high for me, but to each his/her own.

raiha
10-16-2008, 01:38 AM
although I do like Palin

You Do?????:eek::eek::eek:

Oyate
10-16-2008, 01:46 AM
What is this with the pro-Obama posts all the sudden?

Want to vote for Obama? They got their own websites and forums.

BagOfEyebrows
10-16-2008, 02:04 AM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

It makes sense to me. Why try to battle an republican incumbent? Let the Dems screw things up. It will make it easier for us in four more years. (less than that really)

In the next four our rights and finances will be worse off and maybe people will start looking for real solutions... maybe.

I would like to tow the Paul line and vote for Baldwin. The folks in my RP community are shocked. Truth of the matter is, I dont care for Baldwin much and I dont want McCain to win. I dont like McCain (although I do like Palin) and FUCK the GOP. We were treated like retards with STD's throughout this political cycle.

You know, I would have carried the party line had we been treated fairly.. or at least acknowledged. Ive been treated better while recieving wedgies.

So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath. Strategically, I think its smarter for me to throw my vote behind the Dem Douchebag so we can build our candidate to win in 2012.


don't do it, parke... you've got to vote for the right reasons, not with the same fear, confusion and anger that has led many, many elections to result in the 'status quo' feeling confident that the 'status quo' was still being selected and was safe to continue... let them know it's not safe, for themselves or others.

Because you know it's not safe now - you know that McCain or Obama winning isn't going to 'change' anything or 'keep things safe.' Like Ron Paul said at the rally, once you know these things, you have an important responsibility to do everything you can to make a difference.

Voting for Obama or McCain doesn't make a difference - I know you feel hopeless, and I know you're probably burnt out... take a week off politics to clear your head and heart and get your strength back up. You might not even need an entire week... try a few days of 'defragging.'

After your system is cleared up a bit, the first things you should read up on are the text transcripts of Obama's speech in Israel about Iran... and then read up on his plans for mandated civil service. So that you know voting for him is actually not the 'lesser of two evils', ironically enough! Crappy a candidate as McCain is (based on his view of the role of government, not him personally), Obama is seriously the more dangerous (based on his views of the role of government, not him personally), and definitely the one the establishment would love to see win so they could force things right in as quick as they did those bailouts.

Please review Obama's choices for his administration to get an idea of where things head with him and how much more quickly they reach there - even if for only a short time, as both Obama and McCain have inherited an unsustainable mess that is actually in the final stages of complete collapse on numerous levels.

You don't want to look future generations in the eyes knowing you helped the establishment, be it with good intentions or with bad intentions, or both, maintain their reign over everyone for 'just a little longer.' In times like these, it's even more important to adhere to the wisdom of the principles this nation was founded upon, and it's even more important to rise up and defend your rights, and as corny as this might sound at first, it's vital that everything you do politically reflect the truth, the love, the logic, the compassion, and the real changes you'd like to live by, in harmony with your government.

That you'd like the inhabitants of this nation to be able to witness in action one day. You know the common sense of Ron Paul - he's been right on just about everything - and even when he had to vote alone, he did it because it was right. And he did it for decades. Your decades start now, and you don't and won't be voting alone on this, but vote every time as if you are, because what if Ron Paul had given up and never been that one, lone voice of reason in congress the many times he was? Where would we be had he not set the example and then explained why he voted the way he did? Read his congressional speech about Rosa Parks... the role of government has been horribly mangled, and they used our best attributes (love, honor) to manipulate us into doing things through government that created a path to EVERYTHING being done through government.


The principles have got to make a comeback first and foremost - and the biggest comeback they have to make is within each of us, individually, so that we can avoid prolonging the destruction of not only this nation, but the world.

Vote with compassion for those in government(s) who are seeking guidance from the population... they know that something is wrong, too! Give them hope, give them substance, give them your honest vote.

/end gigantic, way too wordy appeal

anaconda
10-16-2008, 02:11 AM
What is this with the pro-Obama posts all the sudden?

Want to vote for Obama? They got their own websites and forums.

3 Reasons to vote 3rd party:

http://www.rense.com/general80/sor.htm

http://www.rense.com/general82/uspol.htm

http://www.rense.com/general80/bz.htm

LibertyEagle
10-16-2008, 02:24 AM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

It makes sense to me. Why try to battle an republican incumbent? Let the Dems screw things up. It will make it easier for us in four more years. (less than that really)

In the next four our rights and finances will be worse off and maybe people will start looking for real solutions... maybe.

I would like to tow the Paul line and vote for Baldwin. The folks in my RP community are shocked. Truth of the matter is, I dont care for Baldwin much and I dont want McCain to win. I dont like McCain (although I do like Palin) and FUCK the GOP. We were treated like retards with STD's throughout this political cycle.

You know, I would have carried the party line had we been treated fairly.. or at least acknowledged. Ive been treated better while recieving wedgies.

So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath. Strategically, I think its smarter for me to throw my vote behind the Dem Douchebag so we can build our candidate to win in 2012.

Are you thinking that everything stems on the Presidential race and everything else is inconsequential? Because there are a heck of a lot of other positions we could fill, besides President and many of those will come up way before 2012.

Please stop thinking that the only thing going is the Presidential race.

Lovecraftian4Paul
10-16-2008, 05:07 AM
I don't see the point of Ron Paul supporters voting for either McCain or Obama at this point, unless for some reason you are actually for them. It's a done deal. If the current polls showing Obama far ahead hold or widen by late October, just vote third party. I don't think this is going to be another razor thin election that's decided by one or two states or a handful of votes. Throwing votes into an Obama landslide or wasting them on McCain in some vain hope that he would win is not worth it.

silverhawks
10-16-2008, 06:08 AM
Parke,

I'm not going to flame you - definitely going to advise you to vote for your beliefs and how you want this country to be run.

Neither of the main party candidates are acting in the best interests of the American public, the bailout vote showed that - they don't deserve your vote. The Democrats are in the pocket of big business and Wall Street as much as the Republicans are, if not more.

If you don't like Baldwin or McCain, write in RP - then spend the next 4 years doing what you can for real liberty and prosperity in America, encouraging voter awareness, civic responsibility and discussion of actual issues rather than talking points. Trust me, your conscience will have a better time of it in the long run.

Dr.3D
10-16-2008, 06:34 AM
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pacelli
10-16-2008, 07:29 AM
Dr. Paul encourages everyone to vote 3rd party. Therefore, I'm voting third party because I fully support Dr. Paul.

I refuse to have a moral stake in the actions of the next republican or democrat president.

brandon
10-16-2008, 07:31 AM
Guess why

Because you want some of Joe's money?

EndTheFed
10-16-2008, 07:36 AM
Because I want the Dems to win. Look at what they are inherting! Let them run amock. We dont have a choice anyway.

It makes sense to me. Why try to battle an republican incumbent? Let the Dems screw things up. It will make it easier for us in four more years. (less than that really)

In the next four our rights and finances will be worse off and maybe people will start looking for real solutions... maybe.

I would like to tow the Paul line and vote for Baldwin. The folks in my RP community are shocked. Truth of the matter is, I dont care for Baldwin much and I dont want McCain to win. I dont like McCain (although I do like Palin) and FUCK the GOP. We were treated like retards with STD's throughout this political cycle.

You know, I would have carried the party line had we been treated fairly.. or at least acknowledged. Ive been treated better while recieving wedgies.

So thats it. Im decided. I will support RP until my last breath. Strategically, I think its smarter for me to throw my vote behind the Dem Douchebag so we can build our candidate to win in 2012.

Guess Why? Hmmmmm you're an idiot. Could that be?

tonesforjonesbones
10-16-2008, 07:43 AM
The folks in here who are voting for Obama are probably in college livin at mama and daddy's house. Obama became the trend for the youth after Ron Paul didn't do so well in the primaries. My hope is these college kids who tout OBAMAAA...will get drunk before election day and be too hung over to go to the polls. That's pretty typical. Now, I would say there are plenty of closet Obama supporters right here on this forum...but they don't DARE actually admit it for fear of blowback..lol it just ain't cooollll mann. Tones , on the other hand, has supported McCain/Palin at the risk of being ostracised because I'm honest and I gave it a lot of thought. If Ron Paul had really wanted me to vote 3rd party...he would have run on the Independent ticket. Obama is a communist...if you want to lose what little bit of freedom we have left..vote Obama or 3rd party..so it waters down the GOP. You must understand, the grassroots GOP is where our movement will spring from...those who still honor the Founders, Liberty and the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The communist left wants to get RID of the Constitution and have the governmetn control everything. I don't understand why you don't get this concept. tones

acptulsa
10-16-2008, 07:46 AM
Funny, I've been on this forum a long time and I don't see an Obama supporter under every rock and lilly pad. I see a bunch of people here who don't like either of those Constitution-hating socialists one bit.

tonesforjonesbones
10-16-2008, 07:55 AM
I'll say it again. The GOP GRASSROOTS is where our movement will grow. The communist secular progressives dispise the Founding fathers ...and the minorities do too. They see them as rich white men ...you know , the blue eyed devils , who loved slavery and wanted to oppress them. Can't you figure this out? Elect Obama and forget this Liberty movement. Our hope to restore liberty and hold onto our Constitution rests with the grassroots republicans. Tones

acptulsa
10-16-2008, 07:58 AM
I've seen this liberty movement survive Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton. TPTB wishes Obama could kill it. But as we all know, wishes are neither horses nor fishes...

I think you're crying wolf.

tonesforjonesbones
10-16-2008, 08:04 AM
NO WAY...Obama is the epitomy of communism...look at his associates! Bill Ayers and more. Straight out of the communist party. Obama has effectively used the race card to further his career..and I don't like that. The Constitution will protect EVERYONE..but that is NOT what is being put forth by the communist secular progressives..and the communist party has ALWAYS used minorities and oppression of them to further their agenda. Please...go to Freedom Force..g Edward Griffin's website and look for the videos. There is a very effective video of him lecturing all the way back in 1969 about the agenda and techniques used by the communist party to take down our Republic. Using the black people's struggle is a huge way they did it. The Black Panthers were all members of the communist party. This is CRUEL and UNJUST to USE people like that! Tones

Wendi
10-16-2008, 09:55 AM
To each his own. There's no real good answer for this election and our vote is hopelessly divided anyway. As for me, I can't stomach the thought of voting against my principals. The lesser of two evils, is still evil...

LibertyEagle
10-16-2008, 10:03 AM
The folks in here who are voting for Obama are probably in college livin at mama and daddy's house. Obama became the trend for the youth after Ron Paul didn't do so well in the primaries. My hope is these college kids who tout OBAMAAA...will get drunk before election day and be too hung over to go to the polls. That's pretty typical. Now, I would say there are plenty of closet Obama supporters right here on this forum...but they don't DARE actually admit it for fear of blowback..lol it just ain't cooollll mann. Tones , on the other hand, has supported McCain/Palin at the risk of being ostracised because I'm honest and I gave it a lot of thought. If Ron Paul had really wanted me to vote 3rd party...he would have run on the Independent ticket. Obama is a communist...if you want to lose what little bit of freedom we have left..vote Obama or 3rd party..so it waters down the GOP. You must understand, the grassroots GOP is where our movement will spring from...those who still honor the Founders, Liberty and the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The communist left wants to get RID of the Constitution and have the governmetn control everything. I don't understand why you don't get this concept. tones

The problem is that much of the grassroots GOP drinks the kool=aid when one of their own is in office. They willingly accept things that a Republican does, that they would raise holy hell about if a Democrat tried it. They praise allegiance to the likes of Commie O'Reilly and Nazi Hannity and after awhile start believing their BS is conservatism.

Ron was right. The Republican Party has lost their way.

That said, I agree that McCain would likely do far less harm than Obama. But, McCain winning would also likely make it much harder for us to get the GOP's attention.

Deep inside, I can't help but hope that McCain beat Obama, but I simply cannot vote for either of them.

yongrel
10-16-2008, 10:06 AM
Donate to BJ Lawson.

http://www.lawsonforcongress.com/

acptulsa
10-16-2008, 10:15 AM
Donate to BJ Lawson.

http://www.lawsonforcongress.com/

This and fight any member of Congress that voted for the bailout. Time for us to scare the hell out of TPTB and prove to the public that this nation is still theirs for the taking. The rest will come in its time.

To hell with the %#*@! president.

Scotso
10-16-2008, 10:25 AM
If you can live with yourself despite your willing participation in the fleecing of America, then go for it. I could never vote for Obama. To willingly vote for someone you know would be bad for our country just because you think it might give us a better chance to win in a few years is just disgusting.

EndTheFed
10-16-2008, 10:33 AM
If you can live with yourself despite your willing participation in the fleecing of America, then go for it. I could never vote for Obama. To willingly vote for someone you know would be bad for our country just because you think it might give us a better chance to win in a few years is just disgusting.

I just said in another thread... Itis stupid to shoot yourself in the foot... It could get infected and be fatal.

Nirvikalpa
10-16-2008, 03:30 PM
Oh, so you mean you're voting for McCain?

Obama/McCain, running under the "Destroy America" party?

EndTheFed
10-16-2008, 03:40 PM
Oh, so you mean you're voting for McCain?


Yes I am voting for mccain



Obama/McCain, running under the "Destroy America" party?

No substance. does not deserve a response.