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Quetron

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#1 10 years ago

Now lets try just these two. Allthough once the media gives endless praise for Obama he WILL be the one, after he wins the primary, then the news will tirelessly bash McCain. I predict Obama will be prez based on that, but lets say all we have are these two, for now. Also you don't need to comment so much, just click the vote thingy. (the other vote thread allready has the comments)




Quetron

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#2 10 years ago

Damn 5to5 I wonder if Hillary does somthing sneaky or somthing happens that she is the candidate, you can see how close it will be. If Obama wins the primary (legit) you can see from this poll he would win. So in a few months after they pick who runs (Obama vs McCain) someone rerun another poll and it will be Obama for sure. I still think somthing is going to mess up for Obama via sneakyness from hillary, like crying, or some funny polling, like recounts. It will be the hardest thing for her to give up, i think you all know that allready.So if in the final election people will be mad at her and vote for Mccain in spite.Others will vote McCain by default and he will win. Thanx for voting, more votes please?




-DarthMaul-

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#3 10 years ago
I still think somthing is going to mess up for Obama via sneakyness from hillary, like crying, or some funny polling, like recounts.

After all democratic candidates vowed that florida voting will NOT count for ANYONE, the B*tch now wants the Florida delegates to seat...which pretty much means she would win. Hypocrasy AT ITS BEST!




Mr. Pedantic

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#4 10 years ago
I still think somthing is going to mess up for Obama via sneakyness from hillary, like crying, or some funny polling, like recounts.

A Clinton is not a Bush. Remember that.




Dave-Mastor

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#5 10 years ago
Archmage Cleps;4206494A Clinton is not a Bush. Remember that.

In all honesty, what's that supposed to mean?




Mr. Pedantic

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#6 10 years ago

Nothing. Forget it ever happened. Well, I suppose that's a bit difficult with it right there, but try as best you can.




Kwould

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#7 10 years ago
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.;4205676I would take a ROCK over Hillary.[/quote] Agreed. [quote=S.T.A.L.K.E.R.;4205676]McCain is about as conservative as Ted Kennedy, so no matter what we arn't going to win. The next four years will be a pain in the arse

I wouldn't go that far, as there are few American politicians that are more liberal (or less liked by conservatives) than Ted Kennedy (a recent poll on Fox News showed that Ted Kennedy's endorsement of Obama actually hurt him rather than help him). I know what you are saying though. I am especially not fond of McCain's extra gooey softness on immigration or his vague (flip-flop) position on taxes. That said, he is a much better candidate than Clinton, in my opinion.




GuineaPig

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#8 10 years ago

I like McCain better than Hillary, but there's still no way I would ever vote Republican.




Mr. Pedantic

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#9 10 years ago

Why is that?




GuineaPig

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#10 10 years ago

Well, I think that John McCain is by far the best Republican candidate, and he seems to me an honest, straightforward, and dedicated person. However, I'm a liberal by Canada's standards, so he's WAY too right-wing for me. That being said, so is Hillary. If I lived in the States, I'd probably end up voting for a good independent candidate, and only Democrat if there was no other alternative.