Is this the man Democrats really want to be President?

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Whirlpool

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Fly...

Please do not mention the Armed Forces in your argument...you know **** about it. If you think for one second that we would vote based on whether or not the next Pres supported the GI Bill or not, you should really take the time to talk to one of us...instead of assuming...just makes you look dumb.

For the record, I have not made my choice as to who I will get my vote.
 

FlyXJTnow

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Your statement is laughable. If you only knew my ties to the military you wouldn't make that comment. It was pretty funny though.

For the record, if the republicans are soo good for the military then why do military families give considerable more money to democratic candidates during this election cycle? You probably would argue with votevets.org as well. I'm sure they have no clue what they're talking about either.
 

Whirlpool

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Enlighten us about your personal military experience or your "ties" to it.
 

k.a.m.

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The guy had EXECUTIVE experience. Obama has NOTHING. Whoopie. A few speeches and an author. So, are you guys saying every professor or lecturer should run for President? Get it through your thick-skulled heads. McCain is more qualified, and everyone knows it.
"Executive" experience? Thanks for the laugh. They'd get a What-a-burger manager to be governor of Texas but they'd be overqualified.
 

preludespeeder

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Here is the aforementioned post...
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Well, I've told you why I'm supporting him.

-John McCain is a proven leader who has served our country one way or another for 50+ years. With McCain, there is no wondering if he is going to change his views from day to day to get votes. He has told it like it is.

-McCain's views on the war. He has experience dealing with foreign affairs. When everybody said the surge wouldn't work, John McCain was one of the only ones who stood up in support of it, even if it cost him the primary.

-McCain's views on the 2nd amendment.

-McCain's views on taxes. If you think Barack Obama is going to lower taxes, I think you need to go to the Betty Ford clinic to ween yourself off of whatever you're on.

-McCain's views on abortion.

-McCain's stance on offshore drilling, as well as energy.

**Now comes the fun part.

Barack Obama...

-No foreign experience. His whole background in foreign relations is merely a week-long trip to the middle east, speaking in Berlin, and taking a vacation in Paris. No military experience, and little else.
-Obama might say he won't raise taxes for certain income brackets; but I'd love to know how he would pay for a variety of his socialistic policies: his healthcare plan, etc...
-Obama's views on abortion.
-What exactly is Obama's plan for the future of energy? He had come out and said no offshore drilling, no nuclear plants, no ANWAR...what does he want us to do? Start walking to work and using horse and buggy to travel far (of course, some of the tree-huggers may claim the d@mn horses are emitting too many greenhouse gases when they take a ****).

We can go on and on about who each of us is gonna vote for. I'm not gonna change your mind, and you sure aren't gonna change mine. But see, the difference is--most McCain supporters at least know somewhat about what their candidate stands for. You can never get an Obama supporter to come out and say what this candidate wants to do. The classic response is "well it's change. He's someone different." Change???? What is he going to change? What will he do differently? Barack Hussein Obama is rated the most liberal senator. He has a proven track record of NOT reaching across the aisle. How will he accomplish change, if he refuses to listen to anybody else's opinion?

"Change you can believe in." "Hope." Purely empty, fancy phrases that mean absolutely nothing. Any one of us could run for office and say those same phrases and if we have charisma, it might sound pretty **** good. But does that mean we are qualified for, or should be elected to, the most powerful position in the world? Absolutely not. There are two kinds of Obama supporters: 1) partisan liberals ; 2) and people who are mesmerized by his talk; yet know nothing about him. FlyXJT, you sound like #1. Tell me, do YOU know what Barack Hussein Obama stands for?

I guarantee you that come November, McCain will be elected President. Name me the last hardcore liberal to win the White House. Still waiting...
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OH so McCain has stood his ground since 2000, he is the same candidate he was then or even in Jan 08. Show me how he has stood his positions or is the real story he has flipped to your position to get you to vote for him. Also I am curious why you think McSame is going to win in november. There is no poll out today showing McCain winning in november unless it is a poll that cherry picks elephants over democrats. By the way I am not a registered liberal or republican. Sorry to ruin your fairy tale assumption of me. Seems like you are more for making people do what you feel is right then keeping the freedoms we others enjoy in this country.
 

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