posted on Jun, 2 2008 @ 02:58 PM
Sadely that you posted these. As any educated person may look at this, they would see that they have taken these images and pervered these images
I cannot account for the images of supporters, but these people have truely been touched. Or fooled.
But one things here is not seeming diobolical. I think Obama represents what America is. Literally. I am not one of those foolish sheeple parading
around like its Independance Day.
I am quite serious. I have attended a few rallies of Obama and McCain across the Midwest and have been impressed, and have dissapproved of them.
I have explained why across mulitple threads, but I think I have finally collected my thoughs on all three canidates:
1. Hilliary Clinton-
Senator and First Lady.
I am rather concerend by the second tittle. Iam welcome to having a women president, it would balance out sexism. But the problem I have is that she
has already served eight years in the White House, serving as the closest aide and advisor to her husband, Bill.
She worked and basically controled the exutive branch behind-the-scenes.
She has already had her time there.
Also, since 1990, it would be, if she got elected- George H. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Hilliary Clinton.
When you look at that, it almost looks like a political conutry. I do not want two different combos controling our lives, get someone new, fresh.
There are lots of good senators that can take their spots.
Thats my reasoning behind Hillary.
2. John McCain.
First of all, I am not a republican type, but leaning more moderate, exactly where McCain falls on the charts, so initaly, he might have been good.
Secondly, I don't believe he represents the American people well. Having millions of dollars and being elite, he will not be able to understand all
of lower-middle class problems
Also, he is somewhere around 72 years old. In 2012, he will be 76, then if re-elected, 80 in 2016. He is to much of an occupational hazard. The
president can be very stressed out and tired quite often. McCain might not be able to handle it, or suffer a heart attack and be replaced with a
3. Barak Obama
I have my reasons agaisnt him, such as liablity. The KKK and other extremist groups will not be happy at all, there is a discrimination factor there
too. He is also young, inexperianced, but that gives him atvandatges also.
So far, besides the almost mind-controling of obamamania, he is good overall besides the above reasons. He has promised to lead us in a new way, which
WILL be true since he has not been around long enough to know how to run it.
He also represents the American people well. His father-black, and his mother-white. Coming from a lower-middle class family, living with multiple
family members, and having a family as his own. He has had experiance in the state legeslature, something many people at federal level cannot. He has
had experiance with drugs and alcohol, this was a major deciding factor. He KNOWS what is like for these people, and that is how it will help them the
He has also shown excellent communication, but then again, theat might not be a good thing, I mean, look towards Hitler.
I think I will stand behind Obama, but not too firmly, or get my feet to far into the ground, but at this point, he looking towards the 'Best of
Three' (see other thread).