Why Obama isn't the man for the White House

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    Why Obama isn't the man for the White House

     
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    How can you even consider palin a president. You can't be an educated voter. Or you must not realize how important this job is.

    I'll live if mccain is president. I just think he won't fix what's wrong because the gop doesn't think anything is wrong. Not until this year, because its an election year.. So if you liked how things were from 2003 to 2007, then vote for mccain.

    Can your job go overseas? Have you got a cost of living raise? Do you like your health coverage? How's business if you own one? And what about your 401k?

    And if you're fine, consider the people around you.

    The gop told ppl that lost their jobs or don't make enough to go get retrained. That is impossible for everyone at the bottom to do.

    After all this inflation, the gop didn't even want to raise minimum wage. Do you think thy care about us?
     
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    These attacks on Obama get lamer and lamer.

    McCain can't even run a campaign.

    How could he run something as complex as the federal government?

    "Joe the Plumber is with us today. Stand up Joe! ......Joe?....Joe? Well.....you're all Joe the Plumber, so stand up!"

    Talk about a senior moment...
     
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    Joe is the new WMD. We must invade the sewers to find Joe!
     
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    You would think he was with the way the press attacked him for the question he asked. Sheesh we know more about Joe the Plumber than we do Obama's childhood friends. It is a sad day in America when we know more about a man asking a question of a candidate then we do the candidate himself. If this were anyone else we would know the name of his coke dealer and the hour he did his last bump. We almost know that about Joe, but the press in its infinite wisdom seems to feel that vetting Obama is a bad thing or perhaps even racist. And no one finds this strange? That Joes life was shredded -- aman not running for president but Obama's sits back seemingly without worry?
     
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    I completely agree. I want to know who Obama shared his toys with. They are all fucking communists. I want names. NAMES!
     
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    LOL I admit that came out wrong-- I meant we know more about his past, as they had already interviwewd Palin's childhood friends and friends. What 8 of them now?
     
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    He needs to raise the cap on social security from $102k to infinity. Once your income passes $102k, you don't pay no more social security (only below $102k x percentage). How about we raise that sucker to beyond (unlimited) and everyone pays no matter what income you are in. That means Warren Buffet would pay more on social security since he isn't limited to whatever amount that currently exist. Is it fair that someone making $1 million only has 10% of his income affected by the FICA taxes? If you make below $102k, all is accounted for FICA. Why stop at $102k.
     
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    Educated voter would realize Palin and Obama have something in common, neither are qualified to be president or fix it. Words can't fix problems. Action can. And from each of the candidates, i hear words. I look for actions he or she has done. All i get is words. "We can do it." "I can fix the problems." "My plan does this." "Last eight years, next four years..." It's like LeBron James talking about being a champion. Winning the title. How he is going to lead a team to the championship. And yet he hasn't delivered it before. What makes us believe he's going to deliver it later.

     
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