Civil war widens among dems....

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    My thoughts exactly. You can tell by his vocabulary and sentence structure. I bet his essays look the same.:rofl:
     
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    Maybe he should change his name from BushRant to unintelligent lifeform:rofl:
     
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    No one from any party has been slinging racist barbs, so I ignored that part of the post. Maybe you WISH that someone has been, but they haven't.

    Edit: I was wrong.
     
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    hmmm.....Clinton's campaign didn't say Obama wouldn't be where he is if he wasn't black, you didn't view that as racist or Bill's comment well Jesse Jackson won South Carolina too, so what?
     
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    What about the Clinton campaign releasing and exposing a photo of Obama in muslim garb. Wouldn't that be considered a racist attempt to sway people into not voting for him? I think it is....using muslims to scare voters? That's a racist barb any way you look at it.
     
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    I concede. I forgot about that picture they released.
     
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    Personally, I'm not a McCaniac either, I think, in this election, we're choosing between a turd, turd soup, and a turd sandwich.
     
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    Man, ain't that the truth.
     
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    I felt that way about the last election, but I really like Obama so far. I haven't seen anything about him that makes me think he would be a bad president. I don't like Clinton's elitist attitude and I don't like how McCain likes the war and how he's willing to bend over and grab his ankles to get the nomination. When Obama comes to difficult times, like the whole Wright issue, he address' us voters like we are civilized adults. He is the only politician I have ever heard talk about the race issue in this country with civility and logic. Can you say you've ever heard a politician who isn't JJ or Sharpton, talk about the racial tension we have or even acknowledge that whites also feel oppressed at times?

    I think it's telling that clinton and the republicans don't even try to touch on his policies or stances. Rather they would try to smear him on things that most people know to have no effect on the quality of a president.
     

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