Originally posted by jetxnet
This post sure carries alot more proof than any of you Obama supporters' ever have.
You always cry foul, because that's all you can do. Obama has been linked without a doubt to corrupt NWO council and affiliate Corporations.
in order for your first statement to be true, you have to prove
teh existance of the nwo. Since you can't, you can only give an opinion and
refer to factual occurances that slightly reference your point. Thats not called proof, thats called speculation. Furthermore, speculating without
any proof doesnt belong here. It belongs in skunkworks. But obviously the mods disagree, so ill drop it
A thread posted by Jamie earlier details this.
When presented with good information like this about Obama's shady character, inexperience etc., try proving that these things are not true instead
of crying foul.
Actually - good information is information that can be verified and backed up. Try proving they're not true? why?
There's been zero 'good argument' to prove that it is true.
If someone comes to you and says 'the earth is flat, and if you can't prove me wrong, then im right' i think most will see the point there
there's no difference there. Other than that type of argument is being allowed in the decision 2008 forum.
you say "obama is NWO, because he hangs out with corrupt business men" oh - i see - and so does McCain, Bush, Clinton, and almost every other
politician in Washington.
So i guess they're all NWO?
Make any argument you want. Its a pretty solid fact that McCain won't win this election. Especially if Obama is "NWO" i mean - NWO would have to
choose between McCain and Obama, so why not go with the guy who doesnt have a notorious temper who allegedly
assaulted a woman
who is a relative of a vietnam veteran.
Going with the easier choice would be in their best interests.
Since i don't believe the NWO exists (though i dont deny the possibility, it just hasnt been presented to me in a manner i find plausible) i'll say
that i dont care what it takes to get Obama in the white house, as long as he gets there, and is able to fix the problems left by the current
[edit on 27-6-2008 by Andrew E. Wiggin]