So McCain says that we shouldnt be scared of Obama as president

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posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 10:29 PM
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You didn't address my point about his stance in regards to what Palin is doing as it reflects on his genuineness.

Hey I haven't heard anything from you that would have me throw any racist allegations towards you. I am also tired and was not trying to mudsling or play political games. I was just interested on how you formed your opinion.




posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 10:39 PM
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Originally posted by DarkStormCrow
And which party spokesman would that be?


Obama has a relationship with Bill Ayers, the American People deserve to know what that relationship is and for how long that relationship has existed.


The American public also deserves to know WHY George Bush led the country to war for apparently no reason.

What affiliations Dick Cheney has with Haliburtan(sp?)

I personally am scared of 72 year old man, who experienced extreme mental distress while a POW, taking the oath of presidency. Ronald Regan was 70 when he took office.... it is widely known that Regan was "out of it" for much of his second term.

"Senator Obama strongly condemns the violent actions of the Weathermen group, as he does all acts of violence. But he was an eight-year-old child when Ayers and the Weathermen were active, and any attempt to connect Obama with events of almost forty years ago is ridiculous."

get a clue people. George Bush=evil John McCain=desperate Barrack Obama=Best chance we have Ron Paul=My hero



posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 10:51 PM
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I aint happy with the Iraq War either for a variety of reasons of course we didn't have access to all the intelligence info, maybe Biden can clue us in he voted for the war also. Legally we could go into Iraq for Saddams constant breaking of the ceasefire from the first Gulf War, I think he was containable and going in wasnt worth it , and I was right .

I am sure that Cheney is neck deep with Halliburton. Of course I also think Bush suffered a stroke ( remeber the pretzel incident) and Cheney has been running the show since then.

Lets say six months from now it is proven that Obama and Ayers have known each other since the Columbia days circa 1981 and it is revealed that Ayers is his ghostwriter on his memoirs, I would rather know the truth now as opposed to later.

Ron Paul would be my first choice, Obama would be my last...



posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 11:26 PM
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It's as if McCain does not want to be President. This guy is killing me. No courage of his convictions to go one the offensive against Obama. As Rush said, the American people are going to have to drag him across the finish line.

First, suspending his campaign; then, voting for the socialist bailout bill; and swinging and missing softball chances to pound Obama on the ISSUES during the debates, espeically Obama's partial responsibility for the current financial crisis.

For the life of me, I cannot understand the McCain campaign. Look at Michigan and you'll see the future of our country witha Democrat Governor and Dem-controlled House. HIGH TAXES. OUT OF CONTROL SPENDING. NO JOBS. And we're not losing jobs to other countires, we're losing automotive jobs to Alabama, South Carolina, and Virginia. Why? TAXING the corporations to death, redistributing the wealth, and killing jobs. Instead of highlighting the problems here in Michigan and showing the rest of the country that what's happening here will spread with Obama's Marxist and Socialist agenda, McCain pulls out of the state AND announces that he is pulling his campaign out of the state. WHY? WHY? WHY? God, I wish Mitt Romney was running instead of this moron.



posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 11:56 PM
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Here's the comments in question here:



This makes me finally have some respect for John McCain. The mudslinging has to stop! Both candidates are good citizens and just have different views on how to handle the problems that face our nation. The McCain campaign in specific has been slinging poo like a bunch of caged monkeys at the zoo, and it seems like the leader of that campaign has finally said "ENOUGH"! This is not helping to swing the undecideds to his side and is alienating all non-conservatives. In the end, only one of them is going to be the next president, and we all need to stand behind whoever inherits this mess. Remember the phrase "United we stand, divided we fall", for if we stay divided after the vote is counted, fall we will, each and every one of us!


[edit on 10-10-2008 by JaxonRoberts]



posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 11:57 PM
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These trivialites will all be mute when Bush declares an "emergency",then suspends elections,making him a virtual dictator.

If not, McSane and Nobama are both elitist puppets.

The game is fixed no matter who is the so-called president.

[edit on 10-10-2008 by seabisquit]



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 12:20 AM
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For anyone who thinks that John McCain is a "good" man, I'd suggest you read up on his past. There's a very interesting article in Rolling Stone about him, and from what I understand about how he treated his first wife I think that speaks way more about his character. As far as Sarah Palin, how about her VERY close associations with the Secessionist Party in
Alaska. Check into that, there's some terrorists for you. Couple that with her fondness for automatic weapons and apparent tendancy to abuse power and you have a real reason to be afraid. Just for the record, also,
I've been a Republican since I was old enough to vote. I'm also a "born again" Christian, 48 years old, and was raised in the Assemblies of God
Church, the same denomination Palin belonged to. Having said that, I can tell you all from long experience that just being a Christian doesn't mean squat. Some of the most decietful, backstabbing, prejudiced, and manipulative people I've ever known were "born again" Christians. I've also learned to spot such people, and trust me, she is one. Look into her
antics, I'd wager if she got into power we'd all be forced to convert at gunpoint. Also, being a Christian, I understand the concern, but as far as
the Constitution goes, there can be no religious test for the presidency, which means, kids, even if Obama WAS a muslim that shouldn't matter.
Now if he was radical, that's another story, but technically he could be a
Bhuddist and could still be president, or a Wiccan, or an athiest, or a
Scientologist, however, the latter would probably never run because the
space ship could come for them any time.



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 12:48 AM
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With all this fascination with Obama's relationship with Ayers, how come no one is bringing up Palin's past associations with rightwing extremists, who we know really want to use force to overthrow our government? Or her association with secessionists who want Alaska to secede from the United States of America? It seems to me that an old radical has less teeth than heavily armed paranoids who want to topple our government with the use of force.



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 01:34 AM
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the funniest thing i still cant comprehend is Obama says about reverend wright " all you guys see on TV in the media is one sermon"


ya that is right obama, if one sermon was that brutally anti american, i can only imagine what you have heard for 20 years????? oh wait, you deny hearing anything. i guess you slept every sunday the past 20 years then. idiot.



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:24 AM
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It's true, all we've seen was one sermon; however, if he did hear the same "brutally anti american" things over and over again for 20 years then it should be no problem at all for you to dig up all of the numerous other "brutally anti american" sermons that no one else seems to be able to find.


We're waiting...

Personally, I think Palin's pal Vogler saying "I'm an Alaskan, not an American. I've got no use for America and her damned institutions." is just as, if not more, "brutally anti american"; so neither ticket really has an edge here.


[edit on 10/11/08 by redmage]



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:30 AM
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oh im sorry, the death star will be fully operational.

you think what you think really matters. mccain will be president wether you vote for him or not. it is already set in stone that he is. the powers at be like him, so your vote means nothing. the puppet has already been chosen, thank you.



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:32 AM
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Originally posted by Swatman
the funniest thing i still cant comprehend is Obama says about reverend wright " all you guys see on TV in the media is one sermon"


ya that is right obama, if one sermon was that brutally anti american, i can only imagine what you have heard for 20 years????? oh wait, you deny hearing anything. i guess you slept every sunday the past 20 years then. idiot.


I love when someone calls a Harvard law grad , who is able to run for president of the united states, raised from food stamps, an idiot.

Dont like it? why dont you run???


Oh thats right, you wont, cause you cant.



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:36 AM
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Harvard grads can be idiots

example Bush

I am just saying



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:40 AM
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On the surface that seems like a good point! I wouldn't be surprised though if Harvard accepted him into the program simply because he was the son of a United States President though



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:46 AM
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Bush graduated from Yale, not Harvard, and without postgraduate work.



In May 1968, Bush was accepted into the Texas Air National Guard, after scoring the lowest acceptable passing grade on the pilot's written aptitude test



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:47 AM
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Originally posted by bknapple32

Originally posted by Swatman
the funniest thing i still cant comprehend is Obama says about reverend wright " all you guys see on TV in the media is one sermon"


ya that is right obama, if one sermon was that brutally anti american, i can only imagine what you have heard for 20 years????? oh wait, you deny hearing anything. i guess you slept every sunday the past 20 years then. idiot.


I love when someone calls a Harvard law grad , who is able to run for president of the united states, raised from food stamps, an idiot.

Dont like it? why dont you run???


Oh thats right, you wont, cause you cant.



of course i cant run, i didnt befriend william ayers, rev wright and phlager, and i cant play the race card



and he is an idiot for lying to the american public about his dealings with tony rezko, his personal beliefs on america and his dealings with a domestic terrorist. he seems to be like the type to use people and discard them when they are no longer useful to them. he used rezko to get a huge house and throws him away once the media finds out about his dealings, hes big friends with wright until the wright videos come out. He is buddies with ayers and denied knowledge that he knew he was a terrorist until people are making a big deal out of it. he used ayers to start his political career and discarded when no longer needed. im surprised michelle is still in the picture.

This person is a hypocrit and cant come 10 feet near a presidental podium for all the stuff hes hiding because if it was ever found out, he would lose all political connections



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 02:49 AM
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He got his MBA from Harvard Business School.



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 03:55 AM
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McCain atleast is right about something when he say people should not be afraid of senator Obama. Atleast he sort of reluctantly oppose to crazy red necks in the crowd... His running mate Sarah Palin didn't say anything when ppl in the crowd yelled "kill him" when she spoke about Obama.

About the silly crap about that 60's radical guy Aiers. I read somewhere that anyone that has worked with education in Chicago, like sen. Obama, had to know Aiers since William Aiers is a professor at the university and part of several education boards... Sitting on the same board with someone who may or may not have done some bad things when Obama was 8 years old doesn't make them pals.

If you have to bring up questionable associtions people should be more worried about George W Bush's business associations with the Saudi's including some of Bin Ladens own brothers (that Michael Moore reported about......) Even if the Saudi bin Laden family say they don't support al Qaida it's still weird that their saudi construction company had business ties with George Bush's oil company.






[edit on 11-10-2008 by Shades1035]



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 06:13 AM
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I agree with David9176. McCain is trying to be decent. He doesn't want the mudslinging, he wants us to vote based on solid facts. The facts are that Obama has ties to Ayers and ACORN that he is not being truthful about.

McCain will be our president, of that, I am sure. Obama ensured that he would not be president when he made a statement in one of his books that he'd be on the sides of Muslims if it came down to it. I don't think that sits well with the Israelis, our "allies" in the Middle East.





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