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  1. #1 Bob Barr to Stormfront: "Drop dead!" 
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    The Libertarian nominee Bob Barr knows how to deal with endorsements from racist organizations such as Stormfront. Ron Paul should take a lesson.

    "The Barr campaign is not going to be a vehicle for every fringe and hate group to promote itself. We do not want and will not accept the support of haters. Anyone with love in their heart for our country and for every resident of our country regardless of race, religion, nationality or sexual orientation is welcome with open arms."
    "Tell the haters I said don't let the door hit you on the backside on your way out!"
    Full story: http://www.reason.com/blog/show/126790.html
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    Good answer too bad it will get 0 coverage on television.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aklover View Post
    Good answer too bad it will get 0 coverage on television.
    Not to mention Barr will probably get 0 coverage as a legitimate alternative to the Repbublicrats.
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    He'll probably get a decent amount of coverage from liberal media, since they'll recognize that any such coverage will help siphon votes away from McCain. I don't foresee many Obambi-supporters converting to Barr.
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    It is going to be hard for Barr to beat out the socialist, he also has Obama to worry about. ;)

    I am still rather surprised Barr is the Libertarian candidate. I have always respected him even though I disagreed with him on various things. He must have softened his stance on drugs, sex etc.
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    Voting for Bob Barr ensures Barack Obama a 2nd term. Please, vote for him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    Voting for Bob Barr ensures Barack Obama a 2nd term. Please, vote for him.
    How can anyone suggest either McCain or Obama is worthy of a first term at this point?
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    Nice math. You should try blinking once in a while, it clears up the vision. Wouldn't O'Christma need to serve out a first term before he gets re-elected? That's gonna' be hard to do against the unstoppable juggernaut of the McCain/Clinton ticket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon Labe View Post
    How can anyone suggest either McCain or Obama is worthy of a first term at this point?
    I often get ill every election as I ponder each candidates qualities or lack there of and think "This is the best we have to offer?"
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    Haha Obama has this thing signed, sealed and delivered already. Look at TX (which is usually overwhelmingly Republican):

    Rassmussen 5/1 : McCain +8%. Only 8. In TX. Imagine if Obama gets Richardson as his VP and reels in the hispanic vote? Now think if he uses his ability to campaign (he has a proven ability to help his numbers significantly on the trail) to the fullest in TX?

    The worst case scenario of that approach is the Democrats use some of their resources, which greatly outnumbers those of the democrats, to force the Republicans to sweat over TX. How sad is it that John McCain is going to have to spend real amounts of money in the state of Texas?

    Theres countless other reasons, but Obama is all but your president elect right now. So you better start coming around to him.
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