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Who will win the Presidency in 2008?  

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  1. 1. Who Wins in 2008?

    • Hillary Clinton
      47
    • Rudy Giuliani
      9
    • John Edwards
      7
    • Mike Huckabee
      7
    • John McCain
      42
    • Barack Obama
      136
    • Ron Paul
      21
    • Mitt Romney
      9
    • Bill Richardson
      1
    • Fred Thompson
      3


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You mean like liberals have been doing the last 8 years?

Obama, a whopping 3% change we can believe in :thumbsup:

No I mean like whoever voted for Boosh for the last eight years. It was a waste of time, money and embarrasing for the entire country.

As far as what's said about Obama? He isn't in the White House yet :hysterical:

2008 Chemistry Nobelist Endorses Obama bringing the number to 63!

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One of the first things Martin Chalfie wanted to do after learning that he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry is endorse Barack Obama for President of the United States. That brings the total number of Nobel Prize winners in science endorsing Obama to 63. Originally 61 winners came out and endorsed Obama, but soon after the release of the letter, Murray Gell-Mann , who won the Prize in Physics in 1969 came forward to add his name.

http://sefora.org/2008/10/08/2008-chemistr...e-number-to-63/

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No I mean like whoever voted for Boosh for the last eight years. It was a waste of time, money and embarrasing for the entire country.

As far as what's said about Obama? He isn't in the White House yet :hysterical:

Every vote in the last 4 or 5 elections has been terrible so what does it matter? This election is no different.

Douche and a turd..

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I'll just be glad when it's all over so we can all move on with life and end these bloody arguments.

The Arguments will not end some of the Ladies and Gentlemen on this Forum would argue over which Toliet Paper is softer I vote for Charmin

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So you're hoping for a candidate that votes with his party 97% of the time :hysterical:?

Yup, Barack Obama. 3% of new ideas :thumbsup:

:coffee:

Do you really wanna know what sad.

The G.O.P. elected someone who voted along party lines 79% of the time.

Obama 97% party line vote

McCain 79% party line vote

Bush has something in the 85%-87% along party line vote.

So don't tell me Pelosi and Reid is not going to be the puppet masters to the ultimate puppet.

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Here is Faux news publishing truth again.

Don't they know Obama is a unrepentant Marxist.

Obama Affinity to Marxists Dates Back to College Days

Barack Obama shrugs off charges of socialism, but noted in his own memoir that he carefully chose Marxist professors as friends in college.

By Bill Sammon

FOXNews.com

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Barack Obama laughs off charges of socialism. Joe Biden scoffs at references to Marxism. Both men shrug off accusations of liberalism.

But Obama himself acknowledges that he was drawn to socialists and even Marxists as a college student. He continued to associate with Marxists later in life, even choosing to launch his political career in the living room of a self-described Marxist, William Ayers, in 1995, when Obama was 34.

Obama's affinity for Marxists began when he attended Occidental College in Los Angeles.

"To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully," the Democratic presidential candidate wrote in his memoir, "Dreams From My Father." "The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists."

Obama's interest in leftist politics continued after he transferred to Columbia University in New York. He lived on Manhattan's Upper East Side, venturing to the East Village for what he called "the socialist conferences I sometimes attended at Cooper Union."

After graduating from Columbia in 1983, Obama spent a year working for a consulting firm and then went to work for what he described as "a Ralph Nader offshoot" in Harlem.

"In search of some inspiration, I went to hear Kwame Toure, formerly Stokely Carmichael of …Black Panther fame, speak at Columbia," Obama wrote in "Dreams," which he published in 1995. "At the entrance to the auditorium, two women, one black, one Asian, were selling Marxist literature."

Obama supporters point out that plenty of Americans flirt with radical ideologies in college, only to join the political mainstream later in life. But Obama, who made a point of noting how "carefully" he chose his friends in college, also chose to launch his political career in the Chicago living room of Ayers, a domestic terrorist who in 2002 proclaimed: "I am a Marxist."

Also present at that meeting was Ayers' wife, fellow terrorist Bernardine Dohrn, who once gave a speech extolling socialism, communism and "Marxism-Leninism."

Obama has been widely criticized for choosing the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, an anti-American firebrand, as his pastor. Wright is a purveyor of black liberation theology, which analysts say is based in part on Marxist ideas.

Few political observers go so far as to accuse Obama, the Democratic presidential nominee, of being a Marxist. But Republican John McCain has been accusing Obama of espousing socialism ever since the Democrat told an Ohio plumber named Joe earlier this month that he wanted to "spread the wealth around."

Obama's running mate, Biden, recently contradicted his boss, saying: "He is not spreading the wealth around." The remark came as Biden was answering a question from a TV anchor who asked: "How is Senator Obama not being a Marxist if he intends to spread the wealth around?"

"Are you joking? Is this a joke? Or is that a real question?" an incredulous Biden shot back. "It's a ridiculous comparison."

But the debate intensified Monday with the surfacing of a 2001 radio interview in which Obama lamented the Supreme Court's inability to enact "redistribution of wealth" -- a key tenet of socialism. On Tuesday, McCain said Obama aspires to become "Redistributionist-in-Chief."

Obama has managed to cultivate the image of a political moderate in spite of his consistently liberal voting record. In 2006, he published a second memoir, "The Audacity of Hope," that leaves little doubt about his adherence to the left.

"The arguments of liberals are more often grounded in reason and fact," Obama wrote in "Audacity." "Much of what I absorbed from the sixties was filtered through my mother, who to the end of her life would proudly proclaim herself an unreconstructed liberal."

National Journal magazine ranked Obama as the most liberal member of the Senate. The publication is far from conservative, employing such journalists as Linda Douglass, who resigned in May to become Obama's traveling press secretary.

Bill Sammon is the Washington deputy managing editor for FOX News Channel.

http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/10/28/ob...s-college-days/

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Here is Faux news publishing truth again.

Anything said on Fox news is laughable. It's like an imaginary world, and thank god the only News station of it's kind. That's why we have "real" reporting and reporters on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC....

Fox News? You were right when you said Faux news... happy0065.gif

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Same with MSNBC

MSNBC is not a news network.

I must of brought up something about that article that left a bad taste in the Obama supporters mouth.

Notive when Obama (and his cohorts) get a tough question, they blame Fox news by going of the issue. When Obama gets another tough question, he say, "If John McCain wants to debate me on the subject who is better, ill do it."

Than again, he only pulled out that "Race" speech once. I just wanna know if he will be doing a "Socialist" speech tomorrow.

He'll say

"I can't disown my socialist ways like how I can't disown the fact I voted against a bill that will give aid to botched abortion babies."

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I live in a small farming town in Ohio and there are racist posters against Obama everywhere. It's terrible.

That's ridiculous.

I mean, I do NOT want a liberal as President. But at the same time, at least respect the man as a human being even if you don't want him to win. I admit, I've jokingly called him "Osama", which isn't the coolest thing to do either. But I'd never put out posters of him picking cotton or anything like that. That's way over the edge.

I wish those fuckheads would knock it off. They're just making the other side look stupid. And not all conservatives are stupid, so don't even go there...

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That's ridiculous.

I mean, I do NOT want a liberal as President. But at the same time, at least respect the man as a human being even if you don't want him to win. I admit, I've jokingly called him "Osama", which isn't the coolest thing to do either. But I'd never put out posters of him picking cotton or anything like that. That's way over the edge.

I wish those fuckheads would knock it off. They're just making the other side look stupid. And not all conservatives are stupid, so don't even go there...

The thing is, 3/4 of the school can't even vote, aaaand I'd say about 80% of the students have no idea what the issues that the candidates differ on are.

They're all getting caught up in the hype in the wrong ways.

I don't like Obama either, but it's that I don't agree with his politics, not his race. For example, if C. Powell or Condi(ee?) were running I'd vote for them (yes, I know Powell endorses Obama over McCain, but that's just over McCain. It's like asking whether you prefer a turd or a flaming turd. Which is which... well, you decide.)

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