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jeff & eddie

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It is really unfortunate that so many people have been coaxed by our left leaning mainstream media into opposing our current administration. The result of the relentless propaganda being beaten into the minds of sheeple has left many Americans thinking that George W. Bush was a ‘bad’ president. Of course, reality indicates otherwise. Now we have three Candidates in the political spectrum, Obama, McCain and Palin. (Biden doesn’t count, he’s a non-factor). Obama is merely regurgitating the same propaganda by the media day-in and day-out. McCain has to appear to be different from George W. Bush, because so many Americans have been brainwashed into thinking that Bush = Bad. McCain is cleverly sticking to his advisors and strategists and “distancing” himself from George. Now the wild card, Mrs. Maverick Sarah Palin. She is playing both fields, while ‘distancing herself’ from Bush, she simultaneously mobilizes the Bush-Supporters. It’s a brilliant strategy, and will result in a loss for Obama come November. America will be able to breath a sigh of relief once McCain and Palin enter the white house. All of our problems right now, are because of the democratic party. Once they gained control of congress in January of 2007, our economy went belly up, and it merely emboldened our enemies. America NEEDS another George W. Bush in the white house because these times call for it. We can’t have a President who stumbles and fumbles and misses the ball—when it’s only thrown once. You have to catch it the first time. Something George W. Bush would do, and something McCain and Palin will do. The last thing we need in the white house is a pompous, arrogant, and elitist far-left liberal like Obama in the white house. We can’t afford it.




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#2 10 years ago

Hey Jeff and Eddie. Is it that time of year again? Ah joy! Tell me, what harm is it having a taste of another party for once. Always republican? Common! You must get bored of the same old laws and the ripping up of the bills that is your very rights, right? Is it because... Because... Do I dare say it?! LEFT?




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#3 10 years ago

I think we could use a Libertarian. We don't need more of the same shit from the two shit parties we have.




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#4 10 years ago

What are really the differences between Republican and Democrat? The seem almost the same.




jeff & eddie

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#5 10 years ago

Vasili;4609868Hey Jeff and Eddie. Is it that time of year again? Ah joy! [/quote]

Yes, Christmas is coming soon and I am very excited. I am also anticipating the media and liberals to once again--rage their yearly war on it.

Vasili;4609868Tell me, what harm is it having a taste of another party for once. [/quote]

Democrats screw things up. Carter and Clinton are excellent examples. As for the present congress, this country was prospering for many years, up until they took over congress in 2007.

[quote=Vasili;4609868]Always republican? Common! You must get bored of the same old laws and the ripping up of the bills that is your very rights, right?

Actually, it's the opposite. The democrats tend to harp on collectivism, that we should be a socialistic/communistic society. Where everyone is equally poor. Republicans preserve the integrity and moral righteousness of the United States. George W. Bush has done an excellent job doing this, and I know that McCain/Palin will do the same.

[quote=Afterburner;4609874]I think we could use a Libertarian. We don't need more of the same shit from the two shit parties we have.

The third party candidates are a gimmick designed to trick the gullible rebel warriors to vote for them on the ballot and leave thinking they 'stuck it to the system'.




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#6 10 years ago
Vasili;4609879What are really the differences between Republican and Democrat? The seem almost the same.

They mostly are. Biggest difference is who is bitching this time around. Democrats get to bitch when Republicans are fucking things up, Republicans get to bitch when Democrats are fucking things up.




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#7 10 years ago
jeff & eddie;4609881 Actually, it's the opposite. The democrats tend to harp on collectivism, that we should be a socialistic/communistic society. Where everyone is equally poor. Republicans preserve the integrity and moral righteousness of the United States. George W. Bush has done an excellent job doing this, and I know that McCain/Palin will do the same.

Oh God, well I'm out. I'll let this show take it's own ride, I'll get you a Christmas card Jeffy 'n Eddie.




wjlaslo

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#8 10 years ago

I've been looking forward to you returning for a very long time. It's been three years since you told me I was too young to spend time on Socialist forums like these.

jeff & eddie;4609857It is really unfortunate that so many people have been coaxed by our left leaning mainstream media into opposing our current administration.

Yes the media is definetely left leaning. If you want right leaning, go listen to Sean Hannedy.

The result of the relentless propaganda being beaten into the minds of sheeple has left the American people thinking that George W. Bush was a ‘bad’ president. Of course, reality indicates otherwise.

Let's take a look at reality. Almost a trillion dollars in debt, in foreign countries looking for WMDs that don't exist, 9/11, the current economic crisis, and bowing to Congress on all but one veto. :thatsgreat:

Now we have three Candidates in the political spectrum, Obama, McCain and Palin. (Biden doesn’t count, he’s a non-factor).

Non-factor?

Obama is merely regurgitating the same propaganda by the media day-in and day-out. McCain has to appear to be different from George W. Bush, because so many Americans have been brainwashed into thinking that Bush = Bad. McCain is cleverly sticking to his advisors and strategists and “distancing” himself from George.

Both candidates are turning this into the simultaneously most entertaining and incredibly retarded election of all time. They are BOTH doing exactly that. McCain constantly whines about Obama's inexperience and his past decisions while his supporters always praise him for his "superior" devotion to country. Obama rattles on about how bad Bush was and that McCain is the same thing. They both dodge questions and basically fuck around during debates, they're both absolutely horrible candidates. If I can't find a good third party to throw my support in with I think that Obama is a better leader, and that's what the country needs now.

Now the wild card, Mrs. Maverick Sarah Palin. She is playing fold fields, while ‘distancing herself’ from Bush, she simultaneously mobilizes the Bush-Supporters. It’s a brilliant strategy, and will result in a loss for Obama come November.

Sarah Palin has been brought down by McCain's own arguments. MC claims Obama has no experience, and, though that is mostly true, Palin has barely any more. As far as I've researched Palin has surpassed Obama in pork barrel spending on projects like the Bridge to Nowhere. I can't remember where, when, or who made this argument on the forums but they basically said: Palin went into politics because she wanted power, Obama became a "community organizer" because the situation called for it, not because he thought it would be fun. (I don't claim to really know either of their motives, after all, you really can't trust anything they say)

America will be able to breath a sigh of relief once McCain and Palin enter the white house.

Correction: Approximately 1/2 of Americans will breathe a sigh of relief, those being the Republicans. If the government keeps trying to bail out the big corporations they will be choking soon. Leave the goddam market alone, it always works itself out.

All of our problems right now, are because of the democratic party. Once they gained control of congress in January of 2007, our economy went belly up, and it merely emboldened our enemies.

Circumstantial. You need to prove that 9/11 was not terrorists but the democratic party, or admit to lying.

America NEEDS another George W. Bush in the white house because these times call for it. We can’t have a President who stumbles and fumbles and misses the ball—when it’s only thrown once. You have to catch it the first time. Something George W. Bush would do, and something McCain and Palin will do.

The times have called for it time and again and Bush and the American people, being the lazy idiots many are, have failed. Yeah, let's just keep truckin the way it is!

The last thing we need in the white house is a pompous, arrogant, and elitist far-left liberal like Obama in the white house. We can’t afford it.

Arrogant? I think you have to look at the recent debate to see how arrogant McCain was. He always has this creepy, scolding smile on his face whenever Obama talks like "He should know better". Finally, I would also like to point out that nearly all parties in American politics are regarded by nearly every other nation in the world as being extreme rightists. Democrats should be renamed Moderates and Republicans as Reactionists. And Jeffro I know you're going to laugh at the troll, let me join you before you say it. :rofl:




Dot Com

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#9 10 years ago

Everybody lawlz at the joke account.




Ipse

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#10 10 years ago

I know Jeffro, I can't help it