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Now that the SHow Debates are over.

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posted on Oct, 16 2008 @ 06:42 PM
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Now that theso-called debates are over...


Who feels satisfied...

I sure don't...


They didn't even touch some of the most important issues...

The illigal immigraion issue, not touched...
Never ending war in far away lands, not touched...


How can these debates be even called debates on the issues..

These so called debates were just a contest between the two candidates on who can out-socilist the other with ridiciouls proposels..

its just sickens me...

Juan McCain and Barry Soetero... i hate you both




posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 04:16 PM
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Hey TK como estas?




Juan McCain and Barry Soetero... i hate you both


If this is the case, you sound ready to take the 3rd Party Pledge!

Perhaps if the debates included a 3rd party candidate, they wouldn't stray away from the real issues so easily.



posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 04:29 PM
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The debates did nothing but reaffirm me im going to vote the right way come November.

I wish we could have debates like the times of Lincoln where each side had several hours to make a case, and then the other side had the same to reply. Then again.... that wouldn't be entertaining enough for America.



posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 05:24 PM
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Originally posted by TKainZero
Who feels satisfied...


I wasn't looking to the debates to bring me any sort of satisfaction. I think it's about expectations. If people were honestly expecting the debates to bring satisfaction of some kind, it's no wonder some are disappointed.

You can see how these men voted on the issues. Why do you need them to make empty promises when you can peruse their voting records for yourself??

I knew who I was going to vote for going into the debates because I had done my own research. And now I have voted.

I honestly don't understand the "undecided voter". I mean, what are they looking for? It's a simple decision. Who do they agree with more on issues that are important to them?? It's not rocket science.



posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 10:48 PM
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Its unreasonable to expect the goverment to represnt our values an beliefs?

Thats the prinicleple on HOW our goverment SHOULD work...


right now we have 2 canidates that represent the same ideology.


It just sick
the major media networks have utterly failed their job.
both bathies are dead.

The Democrats have become the USA Soclist party
the rebulicans have become the epitidmy of corprate greed

and 90%+ of americans do not share the same values as those in washington.


I dont know what the 3rd party pledge is, but, i doubt im going to vote for a thrid party.

We dont have a national 3rd party.
We dont have a viable canidate at all.


I honestely dont know what to do, or who to vote for, any outcome in this election is going to severly hurt America.

I am looking at other options now...
No longer do i want to go thru the agony of college, stay here...
Deep down, every instinct in me tells me to flee this country before the upcoming downfall.

Every instinct in my body tells me to save up a few grand and buy a little sailboat and just sail the open sea.
No goverment
no taxes
no bureacay
no deviane
no more idiotic facists...

Just me and th open ocean.

Me and about a thousand books of the world...

Just diaspear for a year or longer.
Travel the world, sail to the south west pacific, enjoy life.
just no worries.

Each and every day that passes, i like the idea more.

Just a few grand, and thats freedom.



about $5000 and im out of this sinking ship... into a new boat, my boat, my life, my rules, my world.



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