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    McCain will win the Presidency

    That's right. The Empire has chosen their man and that man is John McCain.

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    Obama is a black man. It ain't gonna happen. Too many southern states will suck that vote option away.

    Hillary is a woman. Even with more women voters than men, women make up 60% of late deciders in voting. Late deciders. Not good.

    Edwards, Mitt and Huckabee are merely blankets in the race. Mitt will get the Mormon vote and that's about it.

    Paul, with the blatant lack of media coverage is the only candidate that will save our country for the people, but the Industrial Complex driven Empire won't have any of that. Lack of coverage leads to lack of exposure and recognition and there are simply too many voters who go with who the media tells them they should.

    Ladies and Gentlemen ? Presindent John McCain and atleast another 4 years of the status qou.
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    i dont think a republican will win.

    you're kind of forgetting that in both primary states the democrats turned out with higher numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSOL View Post
    That's right. The Empire has chosen their man and that man is John McCain.

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    Obama is a black man. It ain't gonna happen. Too many southern states will suck that vote option away.

    Hillary is a woman. Even with more women voters than men, women make up 60% of late deciders in voting. Late deciders. Not good.

    Edwards, Mitt and Huckabee are merely blankets in the race. Mitt will get the Mormon vote and that's about it.

    Paul, with the blatant lack of media coverage is the only candidate that will save our country for the people, but the Industrial Complex driven Empire won't have any of that. Lack of coverage leads to lack of exposure and recognition and there are simply too many voters who go with who the media tells them they should.

    Ladies and Gentlemen ? Presindent John McCain and atleast another 4 years of the status qou.

    This isnt news about the official campaign you moron
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    Stick this thread, cause I just predicted the winner.

    America is not ready for a minority leader. A sad truth. Too many 'old school' influences in the vote.

    With Hillary and Obama being minorties, that leaves McCain. The democrats tried twice to beat this current adminstration and lost.

    Think about that; is America realyl going to vote for a woman or a black man as its leader ?

    (I have no problem's with it but acknowledge the majorty of this countries voters will)
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    "Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people . . . . This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people was the real American Revolution."
    John Adams, 1818

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    Signs for a McCain Rally...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealth4 View Post
    This isnt news about the official campaign you moron
    Sue me
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    "Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people . . . . This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people was the real American Revolution."
    John Adams, 1818

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    As much as I cannot stand the thought of the Clinton regime returning to power, I sincerely hope you are wrong. If it comes down to Hillary, who claims to want to try to end the war, vs. McCain who I am convinced wants to start world war three.... I could never vote for her but she'd be the one I'd consider "lesser of two evils." Now, where's the gag smiley?

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    Sorry, If Paul doesnt win the nomination, NO way on Earth will I, or any most Paul supporters I know vote for a neocon. I personally dont care for Obama, but Ill vote for him to keep McCrazy out of office. Besides, Obama can already lock up the electoral college by a mile... and he can very possibly win Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, and Louisiana.. he would take at least one. Me, I say he takes Florida, the entire NE except Vermont, he'll win Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Colorago, Oregon, Washington, California and Hawaii giving him 312votes, other states he could easily win would be Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, New Mexico, West Virginia, and Missouri

    For me, Id rather vote for the mega b***h or Obama Mr Tax em to death, then Satan and warmongerer McCrazy.
    Id rather my vote hurt the country badly than kill it outright with McCrazy as president!



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  11. #9
    No, it will be Hillary or Obama. Sorry Republicans, but your party is going down big time without Ron Paul.

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    You are wrong. The Republicans have been running dead horses for a reason. They are planning to lose. Hillary is the anointed one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet0116 View Post
    No, it will be Hillary or Obama. Sorry Republicans, but your party is going down big time without Ron Paul.
    EXACTLY! We the Ron Paul movement will dictate who becomes president, and right now its Paul as the nominee or 4 years of Barack or Hillary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSOL View Post
    That's right. The Empire has chosen their man and that man is John McCain.

    -

    Obama is a black man. It ain't gonna happen. Too many southern states will suck that vote option away.

    Hillary is a woman. Even with more women voters than men, women make up 60% of late deciders in voting. Late deciders. Not good.

    Edwards, Mitt and Huckabee are merely blankets in the race. Mitt will get the Mormon vote and that's about it.

    Paul, with the blatant lack of media coverage is the only candidate that will save our country for the people, but the Industrial Complex driven Empire won't have any of that. Lack of coverage leads to lack of exposure and recognition and there are simply too many voters who go with who the media tells them they should.

    Ladies and Gentlemen ? Presindent John McCain and atleast another 4 years of the status qou.
    this is not official campaign news. why are you posting this crap here?

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    If God forbid McCain gets the GOP nomination, Ron Paul will have to run on a third party ticket just to keep this psychopath out of the Oval Office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smartguy911 View Post
    this is not official campaign news. why are you posting this crap here?
    Why are you moaning ?

    A moderator will move it I am sure. I'm on your side remember ?
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    "Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people . . . . This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people was the real American Revolution."
    John Adams, 1818

  17. #15
    McCain will win the Presidency

    But Ron Paul will have won the online polls.

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  20. #17
    Sigh ....

    No. Just venting my disdain for the MSM.

    Please don't be so sensitive
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    "Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people . . . . This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people was the real American Revolution."
    John Adams, 1818

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    Really

    It is crap like this that gets me

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16711064/

    Not one iota of a mention. Unreal.
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    "Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people . . . . This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people was the real American Revolution."
    John Adams, 1818

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    yeah the dems definetley got the general election locked if we don't have someone like Ron Paul who has crossover appeal, sorry mccain reaches some independant but not the kinda numbers needed to even be in the same league.

    even Obama who was in 2nd place got more votes than Mccain in NH
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    TSOL,

    This is so off I don't know where to start. First off, John McCain will not win even win the nomination. This is because all of the hard line conservatives DO NOT like him. Go listen to all the radio talkshows and you will be cued into this fact. Secondly, the republicans won't have a chance in 08. 70% of the United States wants out of Iraq and are sick of and tired of a Republican Party that doesn't acomplish anything. Also, there is a decent chance that the economy could turn to a recession which would only serve to be an early victory party for Hillary.

    Its like the one msnbc contributor said on Hardball with Chris Matthews: "Unless Obama and Hillary have a sick love triangle with Cheney, the Republicans will lose."

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    Don't ever forget...

    John McCain ALWAYS has the chance to say something stupid...and probably WILL. Like saying to Michigan voters that their lost jobs are not coming back....what a moron. He's just handing the state to Romney.

    This would make it Huckabee, McCain, Romney having all won a contest, with Thompson a possibility in SC this could bode well for Gulianni's late strategy.

    Let's not forget, unlike the Democratic primary process where every delegate is distributed based on percentage in each state, Republican have WINNER TAKES ALL states.

    If Gulianni can pull of Florida, and then do well enough to keep the entire electorate guessing who will win, and then pull out wins in WINNER TAKE ALL New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, he could EASILY take this thing in a walk.

    It is FAR too early to be making any predictions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jclay2 View Post
    TSOL,

    This is so off I don't know where to start. First off, John McCain will not win even win the nomination. This is because all of the hard line conservatives DO NOT like him. Go listen to all the radio talkshows and you will be cued into this fact. Secondly, the republicans won't have a chance in 08. 70% of the United States wants out of Iraq and are sick of and tired of a Republican Party that doesn't acomplish anything. Also, there is a decent chance that the economy could turn to a recession which would only serve to be an early victory party for Hillary.

    Its like the one msnbc contributor said on Hardball with Chris Matthews: "Unless Obama and Hillary have a sick love triangle with Cheney, the Republicans will lose."
    Are you so sure?

    January 14, 2008
    G.O.P. Voters, in Big Shift, Favor McCain Over His Rivals
    By ROBIN TONER and MARJORIE CONNELLY
    WASHINGTON — Republican voters have sharply altered their views of the party’s presidential candidates following the early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, with Senator John McCain, once widely written off, now viewed more favorably than any of his major competitors, according to the latest nationwide New York Times/CBS News Poll.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/14/us...trfm1Tvp6loIqQ
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    this thread is worst thread of the day.

    SBT.

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    Obama will win

    you're an idiot



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    There is no way a non anti-war candidate will win.
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    It will be whomever the international power cabal decides it will be, "votes" notwithstanding...
    We have been totally fucked by the machine

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    Why on earth is this even being discussed on this forum? Hate to see a good thread be buried because of unrelated crap like this.

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    I have always feared a McCain resurgence. He has always been the "go to guy" when the neofascist-globalists wanted to put another stake through the heart of the American middle class and American sovereignty. Through their media moguls, they have been playing the American voter like a violin. When his popularity plummeted following his swing vote betrayal of his own party (and 80% of the American public!) by scuttling the Republican-sponsored immigration bill, that should have spelled the end of his presidential aspirations. Like the good mercenary that he is, however, he has been following a carefully orchestrated plan to revive his candidacy. He laid low until another media creation, Mike Huckabee, played the religious bigotry card to take out his chief rival Mitt Romney. Then after well-timed endorsements from the Des Moines Register and Manchester Union Leader he suddenly enjoyed a "miraculous" resurgence in the polls. Political pundits carefully ignore his original fall from grace or quickly neutralize it by mentioning his recent "realization" that Americans want border security. With this intense mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, is it any wonder that he is the new fair haired child of the Republican Party? If McCain becomes their candidate, and Hillary Clinton is running against him, all true Americans may as well stay home in November.
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    The Dems are coming out in record numbers. Not only will they beat McCain, it will be an embarrasment. A Ron Paul candidacy would be the most exciting debate in a long time. Can you imagine the presidential debate? Wow. True conservatism vs socialism.

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