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Topic: I will Vote Obama


#1
JoePlummer - 30 Oct 2008 // 20:55:45

The difference between your vote and ours is you are voting against something where as we are voting for something. But then again, too bad you don't have something to vote for. Wake up - all of us - and be positive for what 'I' think rather than so negative about others (what a unique idea...).

#2
FIGMENT - 30 Oct 2008 // 14:47:08

The media has short memory. Let's see how long it will take them to get disillusioned with Obama and start finding fault with him. If he wins, they will start on him by his inauguration in January. The lefties will fault him for not spending enough on welfare and the rest of us will fault him for squandering our tax dollars on aid for Africa.

#3
avro - 30 Oct 2008 // 03:38:12

Fig,

Yes, I happened to catch it when the CNN news anchor congratulated these two young amateurs, and the news anchor even said, and I paraphrase, "Where were all the professional news reporters on this one." I'll bet that CNN employee will be looking for a job at FOX news after CNN cans her.

The media love for Obama and their support for the Democrat party is so, so blatant. It’s an ugly, ugly time for journalism, and you have to ask yourself "WHY?" the media wants Obama so badly.

Does the business part of news organizations want turmoil, so they can sell more newspapers and TV time? Are they so callous that they get together in boardrooms and decide domestic things in this country are too boring, so they must create a chaos to report on?

The war has gotten boring and no matter how many civilians they blame the USA for killing, nobody is interested anymore. Something domestic will get more listeners and readers. It is very sad, and the puesdo emphathy-entralled liberals are the pawns that are taking the bait.

avro

#4
FIGMENT - 30 Oct 2008 // 03:06:51

Even under Chirac, France has always been more aggressive in its desire for the west to confront Iran over its nuclear program. But perhaps Sarkozy has sensed something about Obama that much of our electorate has failed to see - a certain squishiness and moral relativism that could end up being extraordinarily dangerous if an adversary gets the wrong idea.

#5
FIGMENT - 30 Oct 2008 // 03:05:09

Until now, the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany have tried to maintain a united front on Iran. But according to the senior Israeli source, Sarkozy fears that Obama might "arrogantly" ignore the other members of this front and open a direct dialogue with Iran without preconditions.

Anyway, it's good to see that no all the Euro-elites were taken in by Obama. At least Sarkozy has his eyes open and mind clear when it comes to trusting The One to do the right thing on Iran.

#6
FIGMENT - 30 Oct 2008 // 03:03:08

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is very critical of U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama's positions on Iran, according to reports that have reached Israel's government.
Obama visited Paris in July, and the Iranian issue was at the heart of his meeting with Sarkozy. At a joint press conference afterward, Obama urged Iran to accept the West's proposal on its nuclear program, saying that Iran was creating a serious situation that endangered both Israel and the West. According to the reports reaching Israel, Sarkozy told Obama at that meeting that if the new American president elected in November changed his country's policy toward Iran, that would be "very problematic."

#7
FIGMENT - 30 Oct 2008 // 02:58:28

Well, there is always a few bad apples in every bunch. Of course you support Obama, you are a dead beat who has nothing to lose and you don't pay taxes.

#8
FIGMENT - 30 Oct 2008 // 02:54:54

Yes, the story on ACORN was investigated by a couple of college girls! That's shameful! The media should be ashamed of itself!

#9
iamsoooobored - 30 Oct 2008 // 02:54:24

Well it is my nick and I really do support Obama. Sometimes I get overwhelmed by my nefarious jackass alter ego.

#10
avro - 30 Oct 2008 // 02:50:48

MP,

The voter id sounds promising, but knowing that about anything can be hacked and/or counterfeited, I just would not trust the unbridled disciples of the Democrat party to do the right thing.

They are unscrupulous, and the media gives them a pass on such things as voter fraud. Where are the hundreds of investigative reporters that journeyed all the way up to Alaska to dig dirt on Palin when you need them in Ohio!!

avro

#11
Mitko Pitko - 30 Oct 2008 // 02:28:24

If the Dems don't cheat they'll lose. And to prevent this it's about time we introduce a secure, tamper proof voter ID. Here is what our neighbours to the South are doing:

"Mexico’s Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE) is an autonomous, non-partisan organization charged with ensuring free and fair elections.

In January, 2004, IFE entered into a four-year contract with Digimarc Corporation to design and supply secure, reliable voter ID cards to Mexican citizens in order to help ensure the ideal of “One Citizen, One Vote.”
In the three years since then, nearly 25 million credentials have been produced and Mexico’s voter ID card is now widely regarded as one of the most secure, reliable voter identification systems in the world.
So trusted is the integrity of Mexico’s voter ID credential that amid all the controversy surrounding the close presidential election on July 2, 2006, no one questioned the security, reliability, or authenticity of Mexico’s voter identification itself.
Indeed, Mexico’s voter ID has become the country’s de facto identification document and is readily accepted as positive proof-of-identity by merchants, banks, government officials, and citizens nationwide."

#12
judge advocaat retired - 29 Oct 2008 // 23:22:39

Avro I have no reason or view, I merely posted an interesting article, knowing it was well researched and written by someone who tells the truth. As for the presidential election I don,t really care who you elect. I have no interest in AMERICA or Americans. I find you all very boring people.

#13
iamsoobored - 29 Oct 2008 // 23:20:05

This is not my nick, it has too many "o" in it. Damn, now I have to change nicks!

#14
Bai T. - 29 Oct 2008 // 23:16:04

"I am not Bill's girlfriend Nellie"

Liar! Swear to God! And don't come back next week, posting that you "called the elections on the forum"
Weasel!

#15
iamsoobored - 29 Oct 2008 // 23:08:29

Bai T.

You are a moron and I make a point of not talking with morons. I am not Bill's girlfriend Nellie, so I am not answering to that nick. Piss off.

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