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Could we see some flipping here?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by chessney, Sep 22, 2008.

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  1. chessney

    chessney TS Member

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    I've seen in the last month or so that all posts are pro McSame. Recently I've seen allot of people posting here pro Obama..Could it be that people are actually starting to think about it..Within the last two weeks we've seen the biggest loss in our country in a long time. From major company fed. bailouts to stocks declining. I think people are starting to realize that McSame is just another little Bush...Ziggy
     
  2. nipper

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    its common sense here , most here are retired so it boils down too --less taxes---the more i shoot,plain and simple,typical 1 issue voter,but let us not forget-- you will pay for the bail out plan.

    bill
     
  3. j2jake

    j2jake Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, and glad of it, but I don't see the positive OB posts. Jake
     
  4. Lead Man

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    I don't see the flipping. Nobama and his anti-gun cartel will receive little to no votes from from god fearing, gun toting, working people. At least none that have a brain.

    All you folks out there that think we should have more taxes are free to make a donation to the government. I just don't see anyone taking advantage of that right. the socialist should look into it. That way they won't have to rob me.
     
  5. ivanhoe

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    I love this "its common sense here , most here are retired so it boils down too --less taxes---the more i shoot,plain and simple,typical 1 issue voter,but let us not forget-- you will pay for the bail out plan."

    I might be a one issue voter so to me that is more important and more controllable than Taxes and economic issues. After all you said it "you will pay for the bail out plan." whether you vote the "Right Way" or not.

    Bob Lawless
     
  6. ou.3200

    ou.3200 Well-Known Member

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    I would never "flip" to Obama but McCain's comments on 60 Minutes brings back me back to why McCain wasn't my first choice. He was asked who he would appoint as Treasury Secretary and said he liked Andrew Cumo. He also slammed the Bush Administration but failed to lay the blame on his Democratic cronies in the Senate who promoted giving loans to those who couldn't afford to make the payments under the guise of preventing red lining. If my memory serves me right Cumo was part of the problem when he was at HUD. What is wrong with McCain? He seems hell bent on a liberal agenda and alienating conservatives.
     
  7. R.Kipling

    R.Kipling Well-Known Member

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    chessney,

    Using your own analogy, that would make NObama a Dukakis, Carter, Teddy-Jessie hybrid clone. I think I like it?

    Kip
     
  8. JBrooks

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    If you have a job, two nickels to rub together, a lick of sense, a patriotic bone in your body, children/grandchildren, a love for your country, a respect for actual accomplishment, character and experience or at least an IQ over your body temperature, you will vote for McCain.

    If not, you are prime Obama fodder.
     
  9. Shooting Jack

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    Not any flopping here. I will vote early, that's this week, and would do so often if I could. It definitely won't be for osuckibama either. Jackie B.
     
  10. bigdogtx

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    Has anyone been hearing of congress demanding a special procecutor or hearings to get to the botttom this....I haven't either!!!! If repubs were at the bottom of this, you can be sure that the peloisi and dean stooges would be on every talk show and news show demanding it.
     
  11. Hauxfan

    Hauxfan Well-Known Member

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    I plan on voting early and often! ;)

    Hauxfan!
     
  12. M R Ducks

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    I just heard a replay on NPR of yesterday's interview with Iranian President Ahmadinejad. He was comparing Iran's elections with those of the U.S. - stating (paraphrasing here a little), "Who is freer? We had eight candidates, you only put forward two. What happens when your public doesn't support either one?"

    I guess we'll find out the answer to that in seven weeks time. But I'll take either of our two over any of their eight. When you have to hold your nose and pull the lever, it's just relative.

    Joe
     
  13. dverna

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    Sarge,
    Bush should have insisted on hearings as part of the bail out plan. We cannot leave the people who got us into this mess still in charge - but we will!

    I believe many politicians are out for themselves and their cronies. There is corruption on both sides - but it seems the Dem's have a bigger problem. Here, in SE Michigan, Detroit is a cess-pool. The Mayor is going to jail and the City Council is under FBI investigation.

    But no "flipping" here. I could never vote for a person like Obama. McCain is not my first choice either, but he is the best we have.

    Don
     
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