Five Reasons Independents Should Choose McCain Over Obama

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  1. Otter_Creek
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    Otter_Creek worst president ever

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    this is a man who has been "palling around with terrorists" like Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn. He spent 20 years going to a radical, anti-white, anti-American church. He had the most liberal voting record in the entire Senate in 2007. In other words, this is a man who is comfortable on the farthest fringes of the American Left. Combine his radical views, his stunning lack of experience, and the rapidly shifting promises he has made during the campaign and it's extremely hard to predict exactly what he'd do and how far he would go if he gets into office. Given what we know about Obama, it would be far less risky to hand a teenage boy a bottle of whiskey and your car keys than it would be to hand Barack Obama the keys to the White House.

    John Hawkins : Five Reasons Independents Should Choose McCain Over Obama - Townhall.com
     
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    *yawn*

    how many threads do you need saying the same thing?

    gotta spread the garbage around, eh?
     
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    you should use a bigger font. it enhances your credibility. bolding helps too.
    :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Not one mention of the economy. How dissappointing, yet not surprising. Ayres didn't cost the American tax payer one dime. McCain palled around with Keating who cost tax payers, who was the poster child for the S&L crisis which cost tax payers $200 billion. McCain's idea is to invest your Social Security into the stock market... the stock market has lost 40% of its value in the past month. McCain picked some idiotic know-nothing moose hunter from Alaska who bills Alaskan tax payers for her NOT to commute to work. When was the last time you billed someone to NOT commute to work?

    John McCain's economic advisor created and sponsored a bill that is at the very epicenter of this financial crisis that happening right now and is effecting the entire world and you want to talk about some washed up old wanna-be terrorist who was trying to help improve the education system in inner city Chicago?
     
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    You should also call him a ****** to get more support from the base.:ahole-1:


    Keating Five. AIP. Liddy. Anti semite racist board member.


    Why not talk about what each can bring to our country.


    Oh, that's right, then you would have to admit your party has been in power for two terms and has pissed US down the toilet.
     
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    At least as many as Kirk copies and pastes from other websites.
     
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    Yawn


    I'm an independent. I was leaning towards McCain at the start of the campaign, but now I see that McCain has no subsistence. And yes McCain is just more of Bush. I don't think Obama is all that great either. But I rather have him in the white house than McCain/Palin
     
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    How dissappinting.

    The people who voted for George Dumbya Bush twice are in no position to lecture anyone on who is qualified to be president.

    The economy is collapsing, we're losing two wars, Bush couldn't catch bin ladin for eight years, and the republican party drove us over the cliff.

    And this is the only shit you can talk about?
     
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    yeah... rebuilding a bombed police station was free and didn't cost the tax payers a dime

    :rolleyes:
     
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    I think you have a lot more loonies on your side who do that.
     

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