Final McCain vs. Obama Debate!

10/15/2008:

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749 Comments on "Final McCain vs. Obama Debate!"

brian_g
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brian_g

Nope no intolerance and bigotry with the McCain supporters…

http://www.lasvegassun.com/videos/2008/oct/22/983/

Easy-E
Member

[quote comment=”114311″][quote comment=”114307″][quote comment=”114277″]My greatest hope is if Obama wins, this forces republicans to do what they’ve been refusing to do for 8 years – get back to being the party of fiscal conservatives and drop the damn Christian Crazies.

Easy E- You lose points for spelling her name wrong a second before posting her website – which is her name.
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Bingo.

That’s why I hope there will be a resounding defeat of McCain. It’s the only thing that teaches anyone a lesson and motivates change. I don’t have that much of a problem with fiscal conservatism, I wouldn’t mind paying less in taxes… BUT I have a bigger problem with these Fundementalist freaks, so I’ll take a Democrat over a Republican this time around.

That was an honest typo, I deleted part of what I wrote and missed the G![/quote]

The problem w/ that theory is the last couple times you had a Democratic president AND a large Democratic majority in Congress, you had massive increases in spending and government programs. None of those major programs ever disappeared when the Dems lost power (though some were pared back) and to this day, they still exist on budget. Keep that in mind when you wonder why the budget goes up so much next year and you keep seeing the government spend money on that stuff over the next few decades.[/quote]

I thought the Republicans were smarter.

brian_g
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brian_g

I assume that’s the one that talks about how the Weather Underground wanted to kill 25 million people?

The Ayers stuff has really worked so far. I’m sure if the McCain campaign were to just sink lower that would turn things around.

MidnightRacer
Member

the Ayers problem

Here’s an interesting clip about the Weather Underground. It’s an small section from the 1982 documentary ‘No Place to Hide: The Strategy and Tactics of Terrorism’.

Some will be interested in watching this. Some should stay way clear of this clip if you get angry and can’t handle your emotions.

Seriously, if you are one of those who despise things which I post, do not watch this clip, last notice…

[quote]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJn5b8_weUY&feature=PlayList&p=F4CA741D4045BA7E&index=5[/quote]

I’m out of here, enjoy the weekend.

KenOn10
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KenOn10

[quote comment=”114274″]My greatest hope is if Obama wins, this forces republicans to do what they’ve been refusing to do for 8 years – get back to being the party of fiscal conservatives and drop the damn Christian Crazies.
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From your mouth to Mike Duncan’s ear. I’m a fiscal conservative in real life and would vote the same way (honest!) with or without “the damn Christian Crazies”. Gun nuts, too! Big spending, deficit-building “fiscal conservatives” rub me the wrong way.

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