Where is option 3: "Beats the hell out of me"?
McCain. I'll admit that it'd be tempting to let Obama wreck havoc in the White House for 4 years so that the GOP might get a landslide victory with A DIFFERENT CANDIDATE in 2012, after having shown that candidates such as McCain aren't acceptable in a REPUBLICAN party. Hussein Obama negotiating with terrorists and disarming the United States is far too great a risk however. McCain might be horrible on economics, but so is Obama, and McCain does at least have a decent policy on the war as well as on spending. He also has some degree of substance to him -- not purely abstractions.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: "Israel will disappear, and the satanic power of the United States faces destruction!"
Hussein Obama: http://www.macsmind.com/wordpress/20...disarm-america
Last edited by IanMartins; 06-04-2008 at 09:41 AM.
My cynical side says, with those as the only choices, we all lose.
But I voted for McCain anyway.
I used to be everyman68...
I am a lifelong Democrat...I am liberal on social issues...Moderate and market oriented on economic issues...And centrist on security/foreign policy issues... And I think this country is good one...
I am not a fan of Obama at all...I respect McCain's military service but I don't agree with most of his economic and social issues...
What does that all mean?
I don't have a dog in this fight...
The political environment favors the Democrats and Obama, if nothing else is a great campaigner and looks like a million dollars on tv... McCain is not a good campaigner...
They are running even in the polls...It should be interesting...
Last edited by everyman08; 06-04-2008 at 10:20 AM.
This run for the presidency of Obamaís is just another PC/Feel-Good moment for the opposition, based in things that are anywhere but in reality.
I see the score is 9-0. LP must not have voted.
I voted McCain. I think he'll win in a close election.
Regardless, in my opinion, it's lose-lose this year.
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