Election 2012 - Hillary Clinton vs. Sarah Palin

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  1. Beryn

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    Who's getting your vote....???
     
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    Are they running against one another?
     
  3. unabear09

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    oh good GOD!

    I'm trying to get thru this fucking election with out fucking loosing my mind, or packing up my shit and leaving the country, and now you are starting in on the election in 2012. I, for one, am sick of all of this political shit, and am seriously considering just disconnecting my television, putting a filter on my email and internet to block/remove all political ads/news/propaganda, and hiring someone to read my morning paper and cut out everything political.

    GEESH!
     
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    Jesse Ventura.
     
  5. invisibleman

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    Man, I hear you. Hehehe. It is like those September 10 peeps that start up building those Powerpoint tributes for September 11.

    Eight years, I know already what happened on September 11.
    (I don't need to come across a goddamn recap in Powerpoint. I have ten fucking newspapers in my storage trunk if I want a recap.)2001 wasn't a great year for me. And it seems Americans just lost who the fuck they were.

    Americans have become some cunty peeps ever since then. Especially with politics. And the world is craving for some fucking intelligence in American politics as it is. Get some fucking people in there with some fucking sense. That is who I am voting for...somebody with a mind to do something miraculous for the benefit of us all.

    Do you actually think that McCain/Palin is going to make things better? Are you going to allow another four years of Refublican Presidency? Are you going to be one of those Bush supporters that fought to get him in the second time and then, realize that "OH, Bush. He is horrible." No wonder the world doesn't view America in a good light much these days.

    The world thinks America as stupid voting for an "It's unacceptable to think" :rolleyes: president that didn't "accomplish his mission" even in two terms.
     
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    all i can say invisibleman...typical liberal bullshit is all you spew. McCain-Palin is what we need.
     
  7. Penis Aficionado

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    Prediction: After Obama wins a very close election in 2008, the Republicans will go through an identity crisis and basically a war for control of the party between the country-club Republicans represented by the Bush family on one side, and the Christian revolutionaries represented by Palin and Huckabee on the other side. The Christians will win, and in 2012 either Palin or Huckabee will lose to Obama in one of the biggest landslides in American history.

    You heard it here first!
     
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    I don't think I'd ever vote for Palin.
     
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    Your in texas? Is Ike headed your way?
     
  10. whatireallywant

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    Let's get through the 2008 election before we start thinking about 2012. :biggrin1:
     
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    I'm inland, Ike will just be a nice thunderstorm by the time it gets here. Ruined my plans to go out of town this weekend, though.
     
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    Ann Coulter, I sincerely disagree. Conservatives NEED to stop telling U.S. and us what WE need.
     
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    I don't think there will be an election anytime after 2012...
     
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    The Mayan calender does end. And America does not seem to be falling in love with itself.
     
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    I will be voting for Barack for a second term...
     
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    Got any justification for that diatribe? Sounds to me like rote repetition of right-wing talking head radio.

    I mean, I'm not coming down and saying either side of politics is better, but at least invisibleman's post contained some justifications and reasoning. Yours just contains 2 unjustified assertions (typical liberal bullshit, McCain-Palin). Why is what invisibleman says "typical" or "bullshit" (it may be "liberal" given who he supports)? There are no self-evident falsehoods there. Why is McCain-Palin a better running pair other than the fact you have an obvious conservative bias? I mean, McCain seems fairly capable but Palin comes across as inept on everything from the economy to foreign policy and genuinely incapable of such basic tennants of secular governnance as seperation of church and state and guaranteeing religious freedoms. :rolleyes:
     
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    Why don't you wait until four years from now to make that decision :)

    Would you have voted for Carter in 1980?
     
  18. Phil Ayesho

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    I did not vote for Carter...


    I vote for intelligence and any person who can not pronounce the word "nuclear" should not have access to nuclear weapons.

    FYI- Bush can not pronounce nuclear, either.
     
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    What a frightening thought! Never gonna happen though!
     
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    Oh my. Lets take one election at a time.:tongue:
     
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