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  • #31
    Originally posted by JACK BURTON View Post
    The title of that story says Iraq and Afghanistan war. Which would really be two wars. Or One war on two fronts, how ever you want to look at it. Not the Iraq war.
    Is it not the "war on terror"?

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    • #32
      Originally posted by JACK BURTON View Post
      "He's not going to redistribute the wealth." Umm Joe, that's exactly what Obama said word for word. Obama is a Marxist Socialist. I don't understand why they try to deny it. The stigma is apparently gone.
      Obama didn't mean it penny for penny like Marx did. Obama is a moderate socialist and what America needs.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Sin City View Post
        Is it not the "war on terror"?
        Only when your trying to prove a point. Otherwise you would probably normally refer to it as the War on terror, and then the Unjust illegal Act of War in Iraq.
        We went to war with Iraq because of their repeated U.N. resolution violations. Plus in your point to Jim you said the Iraq war.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by RJJp4pbaby View Post
          Obama didn't mean it penny for penny like Marx did. Obama is a moderate socialist and what America needs.
          I can respect an honest assessment and opinion. Of course I disagree that America needs it.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by JACK BURTON View Post
            Honestly, the Democrats are going to probably have the super majority anyways. If that's the case McCain will be a lame duck anyways. Democrats have had the house and senate the last two years to do something, anything they promised. But they didn't. They just sat up there tightening the noose on Bush until election time. Look at what happened with the bailout. Pelowski told the democrats under her that were up for re-election not to vote for the bailout. Then blamed Republicans when it didn't pass at first. Its **** like that shows to me, they only care about keeping power, as their first priority.
            With Bush's approval rating this low. (not as low as congress') It should be a landslide victory for the Dem ticket. Most experts believe Obama should have at least 20 pt lead at this point. I honestly do think the spread the wealth comment and his inexperience will make this a close race.
            The last time we had a super majority in the senate and a Democrat prez, was the wonderful times of Jimmy Carter.
            Both parties as their first priority only want to keep the power. It's why the GOP is going to all lengths to bring down Obama becuase they know that power in the White House at least might be slipping away. I personally don't think the redistribution of wealth comment has totally hurt him because that came out and it really didn't change the polls much. I'll agree on inexperience, but once McCain picked Palin that arguement wasn't that strong anymore. I know Palin isn't on top of the ticket, but knowing that she is next in line and McCain being old and had health problems it's scary to know that's she's a heartbeat away. To me it's close becuase he's black, muslim sounding name and yes inexperience. Really in the end the GOP has nobody to blame, but themselves. If Obama does become President and the Dem's gain a big time majority in Congress, the GOP only hope is that they don't do well, becuase they could be out for quite some time. Then again if they do hope that are they really pro american's like many claim.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by JACK BURTON View Post
              Only when your trying to prove a point. Otherwise you would probably normally refer to it as the War on terror, and then the Unjust illegal Act of War in Iraq.
              We went to war with Iraq because of their repeated U.N. resolution violations. Plus in your point to Jim you said the Iraq war.
              It's still 3 trillion god damn dollars! How'n d'**** are we ever gonna pay that off?
              Anyway, I like how he is trying to distract from the conversation at hand.
              What does this have ANYTHING to do with McCain saying pretty much the same damn thing Obama said?

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              • #37
                Originally posted by IncuFan View Post
                Both parties as their first priority only want to keep the power. It's why the GOP is going to all lengths to bring down Obama becuase they know that power in the White House at least might be slipping away. I personally don't think the redistribution of wealth comment has totally hurt him because that came out and it really didn't change the polls much. I'll agree on inexperience, but once McCain picked Palin that arguement wasn't that strong anymore. I know Palin isn't on top of the ticket, but knowing that she is next in line and McCain being old and had health problems it's scary to know that's she's a heartbeat away. To me it's close becuase he's black, muslim sounding name and yes inexperience. Really in the end the GOP has nobody to blame, but themselves. If Obama does become President and the Dem's gain a big time majority in Congress, the GOP only hope is that they don't do well, becuase they could be out for quite some time. Then again if they do hope that are they really pro american's like many claim.
                I don't think it matters how good a job they do. The American public is fickle. And the opposing party is going to make things sound bad. Unless they really are. Like in the late 70's. Otherwise people thing that a change is needed just for the sake of change.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by JACK BURTON View Post
                  I don't think it matters how good a job they do. The American public is fickle. And the opposing party is going to make things sound bad. Unless they really are. Like in the late 70's. Otherwise people thing that a change is needed just for the sake of change.
                  I agree the American public is fickle. Plus you know the Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaughs of the world are gonna be on attack for the next four years if Obama is elected. Even if things are better, they are gonna find every little thing to ***** about. Well after the election though I'll stop paying attention to them and probably the news in general and live my normal life, work and try to better myself.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by IncuFan View Post
                    I agree the American public is fickle. Plus you know the Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaughs of the world are gonna be on attack for the next four years if Obama is elected. Even if things are better, they are gonna find every little thing to ***** about. Well after the election though I'll stop paying attention to them and probably the news in general and live my normal life, work and try to better myself.
                    Yep, its literally their Job. Rush is the master at it. Hannity just tries to follow his lead. As a matter of fact. Liberals offered Rush a ****load of money years ago to switch sides. Enough where he actually gave it serious thought. But he knew it would be more like work if he did. So he turned them down.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Sin City View Post
                      he pretty much said what Obama did but when Obama says it you call him a socialist
                      The war has cost over 2 BILLION dollars a week, 12 BILLION a month.. how long have we been in Iraq? Do the math dummy.
                      2 billion a week is 12 billion a month, is it?

                      Even at 12 billion a month, we would have to have been at war for over 20 years to equal 3 trillion. And the figure is closer to 10 billion a month, even less before the surge.

                      Now you do the math. Dummy.

                      This shows the total cost at less than 600 billion, FYI.

                      http://zfacts.com/p/447.html

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