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Old May 26th, 2008, 10:01 AM   #1
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Old May 26th, 2008, 10:17 AM   #2
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Hillary will be the next president of the US in my humble opinion. Senator Obama isn't electable, he is a communist, he has a numb n s minister and has all kinds of weird associations in his public life. He is a typical politician with the exception he has great pied piper skills.



The Democratic Party is scared to death of the Afro American vote block leaving them if they choose anyone other than the "chosen one." That is just plain stupid, the Afro American vote makes up only 16% of the US population. What seems strange about this fear is that they don't fear losing the white working class vote that makes up a larger percentage of voters than the Afro American voters? Obama would not be ahead now if the Rev. Wright event had broken at the beginning of the campaign. If the race had to start over right now Hillary would win with a landslide.



When the communism connections hit the media the white working class voters will flock to McCain unless an inside "Democrat operative" whacks Obama so Hillary can go on to claim the presidency. If the Democrats could clearly blame a right wing bigot for the doom of Obama every seat in congress and the presidency would go for the Democrats. If Obama depends on eggheads, college educated, Afro Americans and super delegates to put him in office after his communism exposure he really has "HOPE!"
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Hillary will be the next president of the US in my humble opinion. Senator Obama isn't electable, he is a communist, he has a numb n s minister and has all kinds of weird associations in his public life. He is a typical politician with the exception he has great pied piper skills.



The Democratic Party is scared to death of the Afro American vote block leaving them if they choose anyone other than the "chosen one." That is just plain stupid, the Afro American vote makes up only 16% of the US population. What seems strange about this fear is that they don't fear losing the white working class vote that makes up a larger percentage of voters than the Afro American voters? Obama would not be ahead now if the Rev. Wright event had broken at the beginning of the campaign. If the race had to start over right now Hillary would win with a landslide.



When the communism connections hit the media the white working class voters will flock to McCain unless an inside "Democrat operative" whacks Obama so Hillary can go on to claim the presidency. If the Democrats could clearly blame a right wing bigot for the doom of Obama every seat in congress and the presidency would go for the Democrats. If Obama depends on eggheads, college educated, Afro Americans and super delegates to put him in office after his communism exposure he really has "HOPE!"


Look, I can do it too:



Blah blah blah, McCain is a Nazi, blah blah blah



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Old May 26th, 2008, 11:12 AM   #4
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Oh my GOD! Our next president will be a communist!

The horror!



He might do something to help out someone other than just the rich people!

And that will be the END of America, comrade.
 
Old May 26th, 2008, 01:01 PM   #5
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Hillary will be the next president of the US in my humble opinion.



Well in my humble opinion, you definitely have an optimistic opinion lol.




Senator Obama isn't electable, he is a communist, he has a numb n s minister and has all kinds of weird associations in his public life. He is a typical politician with the exception he has great pied piper skills.



A minister who spoke out against the government and its less than palatable actions past and present in a couple of sermons. Oh noes?




The Democratic Party is scared to death of the Afro American vote block leaving them if they choose anyone other than the "chosen one." That is just plain stupid, the Afro American vote makes up only 16% of the US population. What seems strange about this fear is that they don't fear losing the white working class vote that makes up a larger percentage of voters than the Afro American voters? Obama would not be ahead now if the Rev. Wright event had broken at the beginning of the campaign. If the race had to start over right now Hillary would win with a landslide.



Remember, before the primary season began, Hillary Clinton had the most support, the most connections, and the most money. She even had the majority of support of blacks in America, including in state like South Carolina. She had everything going for her, the wind completely to her back. It's her own damn fault for severely underestimating
Barack Obama, not to mention the plethora of issues surrounding her and her campaign.



Rev. Wright is honestly nothing compared to the crap that's gone on in her campaign; the sniper fire lie, the assassination comment, the gas tax gimmick, her using the image of Bin Laden in an anti-Obama ad, the bi-weekly Bill Clinton rampages, Bill's own accusation of the Obama campaign using the race card then denying himself saying such things the very next day, Bill comparing Obama to Jesse Jackson, Ferraro's comments, her own exploitation of the Wright/Ayers "issue", her two-minute flip-flop on drivers licenses for illegals on natl. TV, her flip-flop on the FL and MI primary fiascoes, her crying "Sexism!" when things weren't going her way, her endless changing of the goal post for the nomination, oh and her voting for the Iraq War and then claiming later she wasn't really giving the president the authority to invade that country.




When the communism connections hit the media the white working class voters will flock to McCain unless an inside "Democrat operative" whacks Obama so Hillary can go on to claim the presidency. If the Democrats could clearly blame a right wing bigot for the doom of Obama every seat in congress and the presidency would go for the Democrats.



Well I could easily point the finger at Sean Hannity for endlessly reporting on the Wright story and blowing it ridiculously out of proportion.




If Obama depends on eggheads, college educated, Afro Americans and super delegates to put him in office after his communism exposure he really has "HOPE!"


You know I'll bet if I dug deep enough I could find some communists with whom Hillary has crossed paths with in her life. John McCain has probably met some odd folk as well.



But personally, I don't care.

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Look, I can do it too:



Blah blah blah, McCain is a Nazi, blah blah blah



I could give a crap about McCain, I'm in for Hillary, she wipes out Obama and all the immature Afro Americans run off and pout, and Governor Richardson drops to his knees in front of Bill... She spends the first two years getting even with super duper delegates, Cindy Sheehan replaces Nancy Pelosi as Leader of the House and America wakes up in 2010 and fires all the liberal left wing wackos. By then gas will be $10 a gallon with the Mid East in flames and the environment wackos will have everyone on bicycles... the new Republican majority will make life rather hard for the following two years if the American people don't demand a recall.
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Delegate count:



Barack Obama- 1974 (52 to win)

Hillary Clinton- 1780 (246 to win)



Again, your opinion is very optimistic.



Why are you for Hillary anyway?
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Barack Obama- 1974 (52 to win)

Hillary Clinton- 1780 (246 to win)



Again, your opinion is very optimistic.



Why are you for Hillary anyway?


Cause them Afro American commies are just too uppity.
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Barack Obama- 1974 (52 to win)

Hillary Clinton- 1780 (246 to win)



Again, your opinion is very optimistic.



Why are you for Hillary anyway?
Obama is a dead man walking. Hillary will either be selected in the convention or she will be replacing the stiff when it happens.



Why support Hillary, I'm conservative and McCain and most of the Republicans have lost their "conservatism". I think if Hillary wins the nomination the Afro Americans will stay home unless he is a martyr and Democratic turnout will be low to vote in Nov. Hillary will be busy beating up on all those that abandoned her during the race and the party will be in turmoil for at least two years allowing conservatives to run against liberals in 2010 making her fang-less. The four years will be total stalemate and dysfunctional. If she wins, she will continue the war just a Bush, McCain and Obama will, there is no other choice. Regardless oil prices will soar under a party that is backed by envirowackos and trial lawyers and the nation will hardly be able to wait for 2012.
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Talk about wackos^^^^



Not to mention idiots
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