Discussion in 'Current Events' started by over9five, Sep 14, 2008.
He's like a spoiled little brat who just won't admit anything he says is wrong.
We can debate all day about this candidate being a liar or this candidate associated with so and so but in the end there is one main thing that decides my vote. Obama is a socialist. Enough said.
Guess he was right about America being Bitter. That is all I see in these posts.
av8's you tube video is like a brainwashing tool at a young republican convention............ repeat after me......Obama Bad, McCain good..lol
How is that? They show McCain speak then they show B. Hussein speak. It was a pretty bold lie but B. Hussein is probably accustomed to telling lies so easily by now. You know it is pretty bad when a reporter even knows B. Hussein is a liar. I picked that one because you never seem to catch his lies the first time around and I thought you may need to see it more than once.
I love watching you democrats keep making excuses for the guys lies.
You could never be so wrong... just look at the man he is a joke! if he is the best the Democrats can get, God help us all
I think you just afraid cause he is smarter than you and I. Maybe try reading between the lines and avoid choreographed soundbites. Not only does he attracts record numbers of crowds at his campaign tours and record numbers of new registered voters, but he fills football size arenas of change-thirsty crowds. Yeah, he's a joke.....Maybe your a fan of not changing a thing, "stay the course".......No thx, bit your opinion is duly noted....
So you're saying he's like a rock star??
He does attract the crowds like a rock star but that "coined phrase" is just what the rep's and the media have embedded into your mind as if it were a bad thing. Words, phrases, labels, all I'm saying is people should look into subjects deeper and they would come out of it with something more mature than "He is a joke".
He reminds me of a rock star. He attracts large crowds, says he has done coke, and he doesn't have a clue about how the world works.
I can't afford the $28,500 a ticket to see him though. I wonder how many union people were at that "Show".
More like a gratefull dead rock star where the same fifty thousand fans follow him all over the country.
I take that as a compliment, the Grateful Dead has a huge fan base....Deadheads......more like fifty thousand at each venue back in the day.
HMMMM, you want your healthcare, income taxes, security, and life in the hands of grateful dead followers. I didnt think so.
I liked the music too, somehow I thought of having a life, better than those.
Faithful yes, successful, No I dont think so. Although I am sure you can show me a few.
BINGO! This is a just part of his hidden agenda.
I am glad I am not the only one who sees through this POS.
I don't think I have seen anyone else put this in print in the BC! If I am wrong, I apologize, and now you can stand up and be counted.
I have thought the same thing. I don't believe in "wealth distribution". It didn't work in the Soviet Union, Red China, or Cuba. I think he is also in this for his ego too. He reminds me of a two-bit con artist.
This is part of the bigger problem with the Dems
He is not the best the Democrats have. They thought he was their best chance to WIN. It is all about WINNING. It is not about what is good for America!
Another major error..... B. O'Bummer thinks he is smarter than the rest of us and thinks he knows what is best for us. This is where the elitist attitude comes from! He doesn't care what we think.
He also didn't care what 18 million other Dems thought when he put Biden on the ticket over Hillary. This is all on him! He was more worried that Bill and Hillary would try to undermine HIS authority that he couldn't put Hill on the ticket. He never once thought about what was best for America.
Besides Hill and Bill don't lean far enough left for him!
McCain is by far the more experienced of the two but, unfortunately, he could not have chosen a more inopportune time to run for President. Many people see him simply as a continuation of W and, while they may indeed share some of the same beliefs, McCain is by far a much more effective politician than W and will need to spend the next 6 weeks or so defining his experience and the differences between himself and W in order to be successful. His somewhat controversial choice of Palin for VP may come back to kick him in the butt or may be that little push that will earn him the Presidency.
I believe that the election will come down to who is able to show that they have what it takes to turn the economy around while not mortgaging our kids' (and their kids') futures.
Rock on Diesel96. Sounds like to me they know there about to lose to Obama.
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