My thoughts on Obama

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  1. CrpRavens30
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    #1: He is an extreme liberal..

    #2: Totally unqualified to be president..

    #3: Possible racist.. due to his church of choice..

    #4: He has totally sold his supporters of bag of goods by using meaningless terms such as "change" and his supports cant name one thing he has done in congress..

    #5: The only thing he offers different is his race.. You got a bunch of liberals/America haters who think America is still this horrible racist country and that Obama is what America needs.. Its called white guilt, they learned that way of thinking in the liberal colleges and public schools..

    #6: If Obama was some white guy, saying the same crap, no one would vote for him..
     
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    From what I've read recently, his messianic cult meetings are starting to lose their appeal.
     
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    Let's just say it--he is running on being black. That's it.

    If he becomes President, we'll get into a shooting war with China [because they'll see the US as weak], Iran will get a nuclear bomb and use it, gasoline will top ten dollars a gallon, infanticide will be common practice, and the United States will introduce re-eduction camps.
     
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    I disagree totally with you. I am not a huge Obama supporter but from what I have heard from him he is giving voters a hope that they have not seen in 7 1/2 years. His message resonates with those who feel disenfranchized.

    If he is elected, you can thank the present administration and the arrogance it has shown. bush has trampled the constitution. He has issued more signing statements on laws than any other president in history. He and his boys have felt they were above the law since he was elected.

    So if Obama is our next President, thank your boy gw and his arrogant team of thugs that he calls an administation. The neocons of the conservative movement have lost their way and may never find it again. McCain, the obvious GOP nominee will lose to either Obama or Clinton. The GOP will lose more seats in Congress and the next President will have a great deal of room to push forward his/her agenda.

    You read it here first! Well, like it ain't apparent?
     
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    The disenfranchized are the liberal/anti America types.. U know the moveon.org crowd, code pink, Air America..
     
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    Oh, you mean whoever did not received a "No Bid Contract" from the bush administration to fix Iraq? Hold onto your hat. You will soon be the "disenfranchised." But remember to thank your buddy george. His glutteny for power will prove the downfall of the GOP.
     
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    First I am liberal and I am not anti American. Those nice little niches you make for those who disagree with you are a crock of crap. The disenfranchised are the 70% plus who think the incompetent in office is a loser and a loose BB Gun.

    The real anti Americans are those who send our troops into combat without proper planning or equipment. These are the cowards who cry patriotism and make money off of war.

    I am just hearing a bunch of conservatives who don't have anyone on their side who is inspiring complaining about the other side.

    China won't attack US because they know we would respond in kind.

    His race, if anything, has made his climb more difficult. Too bad your hero can't speak the English language without murdering it. Loving all those gynecologists patients.

    The world will be a better place with Obama or Clinton and the world will breathe a sigh of relief.

    Eight years being lead by a little tin cowboy who is all hat and no cattle has made US a laughing stock to the world.

    Eight years of liberal rule might just bring our country back to a more even keel like the founding fathers wanted.
     
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    So, your contention is that a bad president leads to a worse, in a time of war no less? You think highly of the electorate, probably for good reason.
     
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    Thank you for sharing your perceptions, there is no thought in anything you wrote. Try again this time with thought.
     
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    Either Obama or Clinton will be better than what we have had for the past two admins. At least Obama is intelligent, engaged, curious and presidential. I would prefer that Clinton be the next president because I think she IS ready to start off at a run and he would be better after a bit more seasoning. But he'll surround himself with brilliant people and not patronage beneficiaries like "you're doing a hell of a job" Brownie.

    Will be better than more of the same, which is what McCain offers. And there's a reason Obama's message is resonating aside from his personal charisma and speaking ability and Jim touched on it... I think perhaps you don't understand the extent to which we've felt disenfranchised since January, 2000. He seems to speak to that.
     

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