Barack Hussein Obama

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  1. gjorg

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    Franklin delano Roosevelt
    John Fitzgerald Kennedy
    Richard Milhouse Nixon
    William Jefferson Clinton
    Barack Hussein Obama.

    I know it's just his name but.....
    I think if he gets the nomination we will be handing over the white house to a Republican. With Republicans voting the party line and racist democrats I don't think this guy has a chance. I don't care how he doing in primaries!
    Your thoughts?
     
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    Yeah I hear he is in al qaeda
     
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    Workin' up a good pot of mad!
    People are going to listen to whatever they need to listen to in order to believe what they want to believe.
     
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    he will win
    and things will stay the same
    he went to Harvard so he knows nothing of the poor
     
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    My thoughts on the title of your post: :rolleyes:

    My thoughts on the content of your post: :rolleyes:

    Have a nice evening gjorg.
     
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    The nomination but not the White House.
    I am talking about just the name alone.
    Trust me this guy is not al-queda!
     
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    The point was to get you to read it!
    And you did!
    Mission accomplished
     
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    Let's take sweeping generalizations for $100, Alex.

    Obama spent more years working in the projects than he did at Harvard, Charles. I think he knows something about the poor.
     
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    As was mine.
     
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    Which was? Did I miss something?
     
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    Apparently.
     
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    That you really didn't have a point----Yeah I get that, now.:cool:
     
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    The Republicans are divided now over whether to come out in droves and vote for Obama so Obama can get the nomination so McCain can beat him easily and those Republicans who plan to come out in droves to vote for Hillary so Hillary gets the nomination so McCain can beat her handily.

    it will be interesting. The Republicans are divided over which candidate will be easier to beat.

    Having said that. I do believe that Hillary will make the stronger candidate. Obama is to the left of Clinton who is a bit more moderate. The people are tired of hearing the latest the Cllintons did wrong from the Republicans. Except for the blow job, the Clintons came out smelling like a rose when investigated by the Republicans.

    Obama is fresh for the taking. The charges that will be brought against him will most likely be not only not true, but totally fabricated. That has never stopped the Republicans before There is already a smear campaign about him being Muslim and not saluting the flag and more drivel that is false.

    Remember that the Republicans made George Bush the Vietnam draft dodger a patriotic hero. And they made John Kerry a decorated Vietnam Veteran a a traitor to his country. And the stupid people bought the story.

    I shudder to read what the Republicans and their kin will fabricate against Obama if he is the nominee.

    Of course the Republicans will try that out on Hillary. I just don't think they will be able to fool as many people with Hillary.
     
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    VERY well said!
    I think she can take the bullshit and he can't win.
    Republicans want obama to win. 1 so they can smear him. 2 clinton is a tough cunt and can't be smeared
     
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    As an Arkansan, I could tell you plenty about the Clintons that most of you would not believe. I am a personal friend of theirs, or should I say, my family is. I voted for Bill each time he ran for governor after I was old enough to vote, and I voted for him for President. I voted for Hillary for President as well. What they have done in their personal lives does not concern me in the least. We ALL have sins in our lives. Having said all of that, I am a registered Republican. My views on social issues tend to lean toward the Republicans, so that is my party affiliation. Do not get me wrong, I admire Bill and Hillary very much. I believe that Bill Clinton will go down in history as one of our greater presidents. Besides getting the blowjobs in the Oval Office and then lying about it, he did a great job as President. I did not like NAFTA and still don't, but I can not judge his 8 years in office based on one item of legislation, which did require some Republican backing to pass.

    Obama? He scares the HELL out of me. People are almost worshipping him. It reminds me of the old Nazi news reels of the masses in Germany "worshipping" Hitler. I know it isn't like that, but it does remind me of that. I am not ready to "Heil Obama!" or "Obama Akbar!", I am just not ready for that. I couldn't care less about his skin color. There are many black men and women I would vote for, but not this guy.

    This is merely my opinion, and I am good at giving it. ha!
     
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    Where's the logic in suggesting that someone has to be poor to be credible on poverty?

    Should special ed teachers be disabled themselves? Would you trust an oncologist who'd never had cancer? A firefighter who'd never had their own house burn down? Let's be blunt: Did you ever let a woman handle your dick?

    Suggesting that Obama "knows nothing of the poor" because he himself is well-off is absurd.
     
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    Seriously? Are you for real? Wow.
     
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    The OP certainly grabbed my attention with that headline...

    This very morning, at the corporate headquarters of my Texas-based client, I heard presumably well-educated associates proclaim that, should Obama win, we would become an "Obamanation". They proceeded to mock his name too ... and aloud.

    While I don't approve of that brand of bigotry, I do feel that Obama mostly got a free ride, especially from the liberal media, and the completely irrational cult he has spawned scares me a bit.

    His main claim to fame, that he is an agent of change (presumably for the BETTER), cannot be reconciled with his modest US Senate efforts. Sadly, I had to watch Fox News and senator Trent Lott to finally hear it: he is not known in the US Senate to walk across the aisle to work with the other side, so WTF with all the bipartisan bitterness he claims to end.

    How? Tell us Obama!

    Wouldn't a uniter be more of a centrist, not a rank-and-file liberal?
     
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    What don't you get?
     
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    Never mind dude. Enjoy your thread.
     
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