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Thread started 06/17/08 3:43pm

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Poll: are you voting for Obama or McCain

Obama.
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Reply #1 posted 06/17/08 3:43pm

RipPoPtheregoM
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Obama ya mamma nod
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Reply #2 posted 06/17/08 3:47pm

Mach

I am 99% certian I will not vote McCain
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Reply #3 posted 06/17/08 3:48pm

Anxiety

i'm voting for Nunya. i hear quite a few people might be!
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Reply #4 posted 06/17/08 4:03pm

morningsong

Anxiety said:

i'm voting for Nunya. i hear quite a few people might be!



giggle
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Reply #5 posted 06/17/08 4:05pm

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Mach said:

I am 99% certian I will not vote McCain

Girl, please let us know what thread you're hanging by with that 1% lol

Obama for me ! biggrin
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Reply #6 posted 06/17/08 11:05pm

JellyBean

Shoot, I aint about to front; Obama is my choice.
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Reply #7 posted 06/17/08 11:13pm

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I am leaning toward Obama.
Not ready to rule out McCain since he's shifting positions but do the shifts have conviction behind them or is he merely pandering?
Who is his VP going to be?
If I don't know who McCain's VP is within a week of the Democratic convention, I'll solidify with Obama.

Ok, really now who am I kidding?

I can't think of anything McCain can do to get my vote.
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Reply #8 posted 06/18/08 6:05am

seekingtruth

Definitely McCain.

Obama has not shown anything he has done in the past to deserve a vote, and has outlined nothing for the future that deserves a vote.

I actually like McCain's perspective on Economy (low tax, low spend), Healthcare (pull people away from employer provision, tort reform, open state competition to national competition), National Security (finish the job, come home)....but I do disagree on him for immigration, campaign finance, and greenny
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Reply #9 posted 06/18/08 6:42am

RodeoSchro

Obama, of course.

There's no way I want four more years of Bush.
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Reply #10 posted 06/18/08 6:44am

MrsMdiver

RodeoSchro said:

Obama, of course.

There's no way I want four more years of Bush.



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I cannot wait for my absentee ballot to arrive.
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Reply #11 posted 06/18/08 6:55am

Stymie

Unfortunately, I have no choice but to vote for Obama.
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Reply #12 posted 06/18/08 7:20am

scotmann

McCain
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Reply #13 posted 06/18/08 7:25am

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Obama
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Reply #14 posted 06/18/08 7:32am

seekingtruth

RodeoSchro said:

Obama, of course.

There's no way I want four more years of Bush.


How cliche.....If you guys actually knew anybody's policy, you would know that the McCain = Bush bumpersticker is nothing more than democrat propoganda.

Of course, as Obama supporters, we don't want to get into the question of actual policy....you may actually see that there is no real change being offered.
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Reply #15 posted 06/18/08 7:53am

Stymie

seekingtruth said:

RodeoSchro said:

Obama, of course.

There's no way I want four more years of Bush.


How cliche.....If you guys actually knew anybody's policy, you would know that the McCain = Bush bumpersticker is nothing more than democrat propoganda.

Of course, as Obama supporters, we don't want to get into the question of actual policy....you may actually see that there is no real change being offered.
I've been dying to discuss policy. Have a go at it.
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Reply #16 posted 06/18/08 7:57am

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seekingtruth said:

RodeoSchro said:

Obama, of course.

There's no way I want four more years of Bush.


How cliche.....If you guys actually knew anybody's policy, you would know that the McCain = Bush bumpersticker is nothing more than democrat propoganda.

Of course, as Obama supporters, we don't want to get into the question of actual policy....you may actually see that there is no real change being offered.



they want 4 more years of Carter.
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Reply #17 posted 06/18/08 8:30am

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HiinEnkelte said:

seekingtruth said:



How cliche.....If you guys actually knew anybody's policy, you would know that the McCain = Bush bumpersticker is nothing more than democrat propoganda.

Of course, as Obama supporters, we don't want to get into the question of actual policy....you may actually see that there is no real change being offered.



they want 4 more years of Carter.


4 more years of Carter would be miles ahead of what we got right now....and I don't think Carter was a particularly good President.
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Reply #18 posted 06/18/08 8:34am

seekingtruth

Stymie said:

seekingtruth said:



How cliche.....If you guys actually knew anybody's policy, you would know that the McCain = Bush bumpersticker is nothing more than democrat propoganda.

Of course, as Obama supporters, we don't want to get into the question of actual policy....you may actually see that there is no real change being offered.
I've been dying to discuss policy. Have a go at it.


GREAT!!!

What matter of policy really draws you towards Obama? What is it that he is going to do for you/this country that inspires you?
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Reply #19 posted 06/18/08 8:35am

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OBAMA. He is the candidate Ive waited my whole life to vote for.
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Reply #20 posted 06/18/08 8:42am

seekingtruth

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OBAMA. He is the candidate Ive waited my whole life to vote for.



Why? What singular thing inspires you?
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Reply #21 posted 06/18/08 8:58am

Stymie

seekingtruth said:

Stymie said:

I've been dying to discuss policy. Have a go at it.


GREAT!!!

What matter of policy really draws you towards Obama? What is it that he is going to do for you/this country that inspires you?
lol

I do not wish to vote for Obama, I just wish to vote against huge changes in our nation's Constitution.
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Reply #22 posted 06/18/08 9:07am

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Stymie said:

seekingtruth said:



GREAT!!!

What matter of policy really draws you towards Obama? What is it that he is going to do for you/this country that inspires you?
lol

I do not wish to vote for Obama, I just wish to vote against huge changes in our nation's Constitution.


as the majority of repubs have gone all big government, and the left has hijacked the dems and want to overthrow the balance of powers and obliterate the executive and legislative branch through judicial activism, i believe that for all my reservations the closest we can get to the Constitution is the libertarian party.

paul. barr. maybe.
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Reply #23 posted 06/18/08 9:35am

Stymie

HiinEnkelte said:

Stymie said:

lol

I do not wish to vote for Obama, I just wish to vote against huge changes in our nation's Constitution.


as the majority of repubs have gone all big government, and the left has hijacked the dems and want to overthrow the balance of powers and obliterate the executive and legislative branch through judicial activism, i believe that for all my reservations the closest we can get to the Constitution is the libertarian party.

paul. barr. maybe.
Holy shit, we actually agreed on something. omfg

I'm Libertarian but Barr doesn't work for me though.
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Stymie said:

HiinEnkelte said:



as the majority of repubs have gone all big government, and the left has hijacked the dems and want to overthrow the balance of powers and obliterate the executive and legislative branch through judicial activism, i believe that for all my reservations the closest we can get to the Constitution is the libertarian party.

paul. barr. maybe.
Holy shit, we actually agreed on something. omfg

I'm Libertarian but Barr doesn't work for me though.


lol wink

i wish i could feel like i could vote for whom i actually am most aligned with on the issues. (which i fully support your right to do, and the moral integrity of doing so, contra the 'abuse' you were taking for considering 3rd party options).

but mccain has made me more happy recently by taking up energy independence in real way recently.

i know very little about Barr actually. but from what i do know it doesn't seem he is significantly different than Paul in his views on government.
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Reply #25 posted 06/18/08 10:03am

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SUPRMAN said:

I am leaning toward Obama.
Not ready to rule out McCain since he's shifting positions but do the shifts have conviction behind them or is he merely pandering?
Who is his VP going to be?
If I don't know who McCain's VP is within a week of the Democratic convention, I'll solidify with Obama.

Ok, really now who am I kidding?

I can't think of anything McCain can do to get my vote.
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I was gonna say! lol
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Reply #26 posted 06/18/08 10:21am

Stymie

HiinEnkelte said:

Stymie said:

Holy shit, we actually agreed on something. omfg

I'm Libertarian but Barr doesn't work for me though.


lol wink

i wish i could feel like i could vote for whom i actually am most aligned with on the issues. (which i fully support your right to do, and the moral integrity of doing so, contra the 'abuse' you were taking for considering 3rd party options).

but mccain has made me more happy recently by taking up energy independence in real way recently.

i know very little about Barr actually. but from what i do know it doesn't seem he is significantly different than Paul in his views on government.
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HiinEnkelte

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Stymie said:

HiinEnkelte said:



lol wink

i wish i could feel like i could vote for whom i actually am most aligned with on the issues. (which i fully support your right to do, and the moral integrity of doing so, contra the 'abuse' you were taking for considering 3rd party options).

but mccain has made me more happy recently by taking up energy independence in real way recently.

i know very little about Barr actually. but from what i do know it doesn't seem he is significantly different than Paul in his views on government.
We agreed twice in the same thread. Jesus is on his way back. bawl


3rd time's a charm. so my next post in response to you won't happen until i think i have found a point of further agreement. wink
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Reply #28 posted 06/18/08 10:46am

seekingtruth

Stymie said:

seekingtruth said:



GREAT!!!

What matter of policy really draws you towards Obama? What is it that he is going to do for you/this country that inspires you?
lol

I do not wish to vote for Obama, I just wish to vote against huge changes in our nation's Constitution.



Unfortunately, you are going not going to be able to avoid that with either candidate. The 2 party system does not lend itself to preserving anything other than politics.
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Reply #29 posted 06/18/08 10:50am

Stymie

seekingtruth said:

Stymie said:

lol

I do not wish to vote for Obama, I just wish to vote against huge changes in our nation's Constitution.



Unfortunately, you are going not going to be able to avoid that with either candidate. The 2 party system does not lend itself to preserving anything other than politics.
is it or is it not true that McCain could appoint supreme court justices that could change law?
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