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Backlash: 2 million angry Democrats reject Obama?

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posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 10:40 AM
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"Barack Obama wants to give his acceptance speech in a stadium because he intends to minimize any pro-Hillary supporter dissent. It's not because he wants to include more people. He knows that if they pull any shenanigans at convention, the Hillary delegates will walk out, and they don't want that to be seen or heard. They're bringing as many Obama supporters as they can to fill that stadium. It's fascism," he said.


www.worldnetdaily.com...




posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 10:45 AM
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no cant be since when are liberals

fascist, socialist pigs?

this is a new one on me.


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posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 12:32 PM
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Dear Americans,

Obama is the preferred candidate by far in the world bar the US and Israel.
72% of germans would vote for him straight away.
The fact that so many americans would vote MacCain again is not going to entice people to invest in your country.
If you change and accept Obama then the world will start helping you out.
It is not about what leaders SAY officially, it is what they do....
I think you have been brainwashed for too long and you have lost track....besides this forum is full of Obama negativity...considering what MacCain does and says.....maybe more "fake" (Neo-con - Mossad) posts? I don't know.
But there is a gap in understanding between the world and the US, sure you can vote who you want, but then don't complain if your economy collapses or if the world shuts you out.
I blame your media and spam posters...to much mind control in the US...break free



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 12:43 PM
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no cant be since when are liberals

fascist, socialist pigs?

Since the New Democratic Party that Clinton brought to power.
Ruby Ridge, Waco, Oklahoma City? Anyone?

Ralph Nader looks pretty good right now.

We have two Fascist parties, now.



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 12:45 PM
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well nader may not be much better.

is he running again?

he runs every election.


my first post was scarcasim. i should start makeing these things clear.


[edit on 15pmu122007 by DaleGribble]



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 12:54 PM
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Too bad Obama isn't running for President of the World. Instead Obama is running for President of the United States of America. To protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America.

Go ahead and keep spewing world popularity polls favoring Obama, don't forget to poll Al-queda too, I know they are pulling for him also!



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 01:14 PM
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rrconservative

I said vote for who you like, but it is a shame that you don't understand the gap. Germany is your ally and they do not want another Neo Con president. Germany is not Al QUAEDA AND 9/11 WAS AN INSIDE JOB. Germans know this.
My point is that there is a problem in America and if it is not sorted out and if things don't change the world is going to shut you out.
I mean Italy sings Bush's tune...but then leaks the story that 9/11 was an inside job as did Germany (hihest level of goverment leaks on front page papers!).
It is a case of you either understanding your problems and fixing them or the world will be quite happy to go without you.
If Obama were a candidate for world goverment he would win. In europe we see him as better than anything we have...in the US considering what Bush was like and what Clinton is like...you are still quite happy to vote for more of them....the world thinks you are crazy...
If Obama wins a lot of Europeans see the possibility of change at home as well. Also if Obama wins in the US foreign goverments might scrap your debts and invest heavily to ensure he is a success.
I have no idea why so many people vote for MacCain.
My point is that there is a gap.
72% of Germans is more than the majority enjoyed by any German leader, can you not grasp the fact that revulsion towards the US policies is nearly 100% in Europe and everywhere else?
And if you don't care and want more of that then...have fun and happy martial law..what can I say you have your chance.
Leaders have been worried about the US since Reagan got elected, because he was an actor with a third class intellect and you all went for him, now that fear has culminated with eight years of Bush....people want change from you or they want you and your policies and speeches off their TV screens....it's give and take, you can't impose your horrors on the world, the world has had enough, be more responsible or stop requesting help and starting wars.
Any way think about it...think about the gap..think about how you say al'quiaeda or however it is spelt supports him when I mentioned Germany, you are obsessed with Muslims and al quiaeda even though it is now a fact that your own goverment did 9/11 with Mossad's help. The 9/11 inside job story is not a conspiracy anymore it is fact in non english speaking countries. Get it?



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 01:25 PM
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Bubbles:

Your country, Germany, elected a conservative leader. Too bad we don't have a conservative running in our election!

To say that a majority of other countries like Obama, and that is why we should vote for him is like saying the majority of Hollywood superstars endorse him. That turns Americans off in droves.

I think we take a little pride here in America when it comes to urinating on what elitists think, whether it is the world elite or the Hollywood elite.



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 01:51 PM
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I guess the proof of Dem discontent will be when Obama releases his fundraising numbers for June. Most were expecting him to receive a huge fundraising bounce once the nomination was locked($100M, by some accounts), but it appears that their efforts have been disappointing at best.

I was expecting $50-60M, but the rumor is that it may be closer to just $30 million. That's a disaster, if true and fits right in with his increasing struggles to raise money as the campaign has progressed. Since his high of $55M in February, his fundraising has declined about $10M per month since to a low of about $23M in May.

[edit on 12-7-2008 by vor78]



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 02:08 PM
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Originally posted by bubbles75
Obama is the preferred candidate by far in the world bar the US and Israel.

So what? It's OUR president we are electing. I don't want some anti-American hope-ium smoking foreigners deciding who is in our White House.


If you change and accept Obama

OMG .. you actually believe that Obama is different? Quit smoking the hope-ium. He's just another freak'n politician who lies. Obama does NOT offer 'change'. Wake up.


then the world will start helping you out.

The world will NEVER 'help' America. The world is jealous of us.


Originally posted by RRconservative
Instead Obama is running for President of the United States of America. To protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America.

Amen. Our POTUS is supposed to put America first. Not the interests and wants of foreign countries. .


Originally posted by bubbles75
Germany is your ally and they do not want another Neo Con president.

Again .. SO WHAT? AMERICANS vote in the POTUS .. NOT FOREIGNERS.


If Obama were a candidate for world goverment he would win. In europe we see him as better than anything we have...

That's pathetic. He would win because people aren't bright enough to see past his slick routine. He's just the same as any other poltiician and yet you people who are buying into his act want to pick him as our next president??? FRIGHTENING!


I have no idea why so many people vote for MacCain.

Because he isn't OBAMESSIAH.



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 02:32 PM
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That Hillary supporters are turning to GOP blogs and hate talkers to get their point across, only serves to reveal their true colors. Are these really Democrats, or is this the Rush Limbaugh fans who crossed party lines to try and skew the primary numbers?

Any Democrat worth their salt knows who they are really fighting... and that these whiners are just Republicans in disguise trying to stir up the pot. What a bunch morons... to align themselves with FOX News? Oh ya, lots of democrats watch FOX... for a good laugh!!

Liars, cheats and thieves... that's who is making all this fuss! Keep trying to say you are really Liberals fighting for Hillary... your stench shows you for what you really are.



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 02:38 PM
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how dare you! do you not know that Here in America, we actually know way more than anyone in any other country about everything. That is why we only need to learn one language and do not really need to know stuff like where places actually are on a map or well this list goes on and on....



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 03:10 PM
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WOW...the amounts of money PUMA's are raising is amazing!!

This was a great article!

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posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 03:13 PM
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I disagree. The truth is that there's a portion of the Democratic party, particularly in rural areas, that tends to be much more conservative than the party establishment. These are the so-called 'Reagan Democrats'.

I myself have many lifelong Dem family members who are not voting for Obama. They were Hillary supporters, BTW.



posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 03:40 PM
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I am a proud member of the two million strong PUMA movement. We are serious and not to be taken lightly. No more money for the DNC for their rotten, corrupt behavior or for their selected nominee during this election cycle.



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 02:48 AM
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I have no idea why so many people vote for McCain.

If you think Obama is different, you are wrong.
The evidence shows he, takes lobbyist money, passes wiretap bill, extends stay in Iraq and no getting out of Afghanistan, just like McCain.
You need to stop dreaming of a bright tomorrow and realize Neo-con was originally a term used for Democrats and Obama is a Neo-con.
Do you see Mc Cain call himself a neo-con?
No, and neither does Obama, so who is the real neo-con?



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 03:13 AM
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I am sure that Obama caving in on the FISA issue cost him a lot of voters and donation dollars. At this point, we know that the next four years is going to be an absolute disaster thanks to the policies of the last 8 years catching up to us, so the only choice is who do you want to deliver the bad news.

I would still rather listen to Obama speak than McCain. So, when we get the speaches telling us how our economy has officially collapsed, or how more of our rights are taken away, I would rather hear it from Obama.

Both candidates have some attrocious policies that are only going to compound our current problems. We are going to hell in a handbasket regardless of which one of these talking heads takes office.

Screw it, Bob Barr for president.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 10:36 AM
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Screw it, Bob Barr for president.

Today and tomorrow Obama and McCain are giving speeches to LaRaza.
Americans need to wake up and realize we are electing someone to sell us to the North American Union.
The only way to avoid it would be to finally figure out that D. & R. are the same thing, just different faces.
Wherever I can, I will vote for someone without a D. or R.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 02:45 PM
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The National Council Of La Raza is a mainstream Hispanic American organization - a totally different group than the fairly radical La Raza you're probably thinking of, La Raza Unida.

Back on topic, Obama had no choice on FISA, it was either vote for it, or face a Republican campaign centered on how "Obama protected terrorists" by voting against it, and everyone knows it...

As for the remaining Hillary proponents, they seem to fall into two groups: feminists who identified Hillary with their cause, and closet racists flabbergasted by the idea of a black President (I know a few of these personally).

Either John McCain or Barack Obama is going to be elected the President this fall. If you don't like either, that's fine, but after eight years of the GOP running the country into the ground, I don't have any problem voting for Obama even if I don't agree with every single one of his policies.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 05:10 PM
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Originally posted by vor78
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I guess the proof of Dem discontent will be when Obama releases his fundraising numbers for June. Most were expecting him to receive a huge fundraising bounce once the nomination was locked($100M, by some accounts), but it appears that their efforts have been disappointing at best.

I was expecting $50-60M, but the rumor is that it may be closer to just $30 million. That's a disaster, if true and fits right in with his increasing struggles to raise money as the campaign has progressed. Since his high of $55M in February, his fundraising has declined about $10M per month since to a low of about $23M in May.

[edit on 12-7-2008 by vor78]


Yes, I heard that also, it will be interesting to see what financial challenges he might face , with a lot of his support drying up.

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