PDA

View Full Version : THE CRYING GAME - I'M SORRY FOR VOTING OBAMA (YouTube)




ronpaulhawaii
04-05-2009, 11:22 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XZmfLt4eX4

Buyers remorse is growing...

torchbearer
04-05-2009, 11:26 AM
Look at the comments:

i am sorry...and i should have known better...i did an acorn gig once too, so i know what a community organizer does ...
i'll know better in 2112, but i won't have a job at GM anymore

the typos are in the original.

torchbearer
04-05-2009, 11:26 AM
another:

Continue to update: I see apostates leaving the church daily. Latest, Howard Feinman of Newsweek

bossman068410
04-05-2009, 11:29 AM
Good one.... I don't think McCain would have done much better.....
Obama just put it in OVERDRIVE.

Zera
04-05-2009, 03:56 PM
I doubt he voted for Obama. His voters won't be regretful, not at least for another year or two.

I also hate it when McCain supporters claim that voting for Obama was a big mistake. Do they honestly think McCain would be doing anything different?

angelatc
04-05-2009, 04:01 PM
I doubt he voted for Obama. His voters won't be regretful, not at least for another year or two.

I also hate it when McCain supporters claim that voting for Obama was a big mistake. Do they honestly think McCain would be doing anything different?

I do. I think that the health care trojan horse would not have been in that bill, and I doubt McCain would have unraveled 20 years of sucessful welfare reforms. But we'd probably have troops deploying to Iran, Pakistan and N Korea already too.

ronpaulhawaii
04-05-2009, 04:04 PM
I doubt he voted for Obama. His voters won't be regretful, not at least for another year or two.

I also hate it when McCain supporters claim that voting for Obama was a big mistake. Do they honestly think McCain would be doing anything different?

Wouldn't know about any McCain supporters, do you really think the guy in dreds was one?

And as far as his voters not being dissappointed for a year or two, I'd say that will be the really braindead ones; the smarter ones, like the guy on twitter with 28,000 followers, have already switched...

;)