Originally posted by RRconservative
It's funny that Obama supporters label opposition to him as people being bitter, or racist.
When your shouting "elitist" at the opposing the candidate that earns an 8th of McCain and has one house, when your getting all worked up about
sensible gun control, when you assume somebody is a muslim merely because they have a muslim relative and an arabic middle name, yes Ill call it like
I see it.
There are plenty of funny things happening this election. I find it funny that rightwingers cannot seem to tell the difference between the lie and the
truth.. all they see is "democrat" and republican" in place of those two words. I mean theres just never an ounce objectivity.
There has never been a candidate for President that has less creditials to hold the office than this guy.
What like Kennedy? Abraham Lincoln? Truman? You know Bush was a supposed "experienced" candidate, I mean he was chosen over mccain in 2000 ya know?
Boy he did this nation great.
It takes more than as to whos credentials looks the best... or how many more years one has been in politics. It takes judgement and character as well.
If "experience" is the only thing your looking at, well its a sorry pick because history tells us that experience doesnt necessarily bring in the
best to do the job.
Hillary Clinton has stated that the biggest thing on his resume is that he gave a great speech in 2004.
How nice of you to mention Hillary clinton, not to long ago she was insulted and heckled at by the right.... including those on the site... now they
have changed their tone. Its ironic how sexism played in the rightwinger blogs this time last year when she was running her campaign... now all of a
sudden shes out, the right is kissing her ass. Political opportunity hey?
Geraldine Ferraro rightfully claimed that if he was a white guy he would not have even come close to getting Democrat nomination for
If he was a white guy, he wouldnt be neck and neck with McCain. But its obvious the right will not admit this, I mean afterall, this is a secret
advantage never to be spoken, right? Just deny what is evidently among 20% of the voting populous.
Joe Biden himself said he is not ready to be President.
Romney said McCain as not fit to be president because he was a senator, opposing candidates will say alot. Biden took his statement back and admitted
Obama is ready. I think the fact it was his words, well he has the right to take them back
I supported Bush twice, and I am sick that I have to hold my nose and vote for McCain, who I consider to be a traitor to the Republican
Yes you voted for Bush twice, a man who lied to us about the Iraq war and this WMD fiasco.... a man that continues to change his excuses.... a man
that helped bring this economy down to where it is... and mccain right behind him.
I admire your honesty though, and yes I guess anybody would have to hold their nose to vote in the third term.
But I would rather vote with someone I agree with 50% of the time, than to vote for Obama with whom I agree with less than 5% of the
Fair enough, I hope this is policies and political values we're talking about...
Since the OP feels that some are not going to vote for Obama because of his middle name, I'll give him some satisfaction in saying I am not
voting for Obama for that specific reason! Along with 150 others!
So you dont deny what they OP is saying, thats great that your honest about it! As for your comparison there... well all I can say that there is no
comparison to those you mentioned. After 8years of Bush and rightwing BS, every has a legit excuse to vote in the Democratic nominee.
[edit on 28-9-2008 by southern_Guardian]