Sam

Our New President

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Well, what do you all think?

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I think we are in for a rude awakening.

During his campaign, he continuously spoke of how "he" was going to make things better.

During his victory speech he spoke of how it was up to "all of you" to make things better.

But they still bought into it, it was like a religious cult.

I don't see how he won double the Electoral votes when the popular spread was only 4%.

And that's including the cemetery of voters, an entire pro basketball team fraudulently registered, voter fraud in numerous states, etc, etc.

Every past and present member of ACORN needs to be run out of the country.

Politically uneducated people should not be allowed to vote.

But...

He is our next President and I will support him (as everyone should).

Edited by Steve

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I agree with Steve! It is a shame that so many people vote and have NO idea of why they are voting for someone.

In the end I don't think its the president that really matters, its going to come down to all the house and senate seats that where lost to the democrats. I know nothing about most of those races, but i hope those candidates that did win are experienced and actually have a clue on how to change things rather than just a bunch of smart talk.

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I agree with Steve. Put on your PFDs it's going to get rough.:coffee:

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The Vote break down

1/3 vote for him because of his race

1/3 voted for him because he is democrat

1/3 vote for him because they did not know the real issues :crybaby2:

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More concerned over various rights, remember Joe Biden HATES all guns. Whay do we need a "cilvilian police force"? hmm.

Best suggestion is to make sure everyone pays close attention to what they are doing especially with little changes at time that sneak under the radar. Who is going to pay for National health care?

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i see 1 good thing that could come of this elecction

with a minority now in the office of the president there should be no reason for affirmative action

so can we ditch that?

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I dont sea it as being anything positive:fucyc:

I'll watch the stock market today and sea how it reacts:icon_scratch:

in the meen-time, I think I'll head-out to BPS and buy somemore Gun's N' Ammo before that Right is taken away:angry3:

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All I can say is wow. It is all smoke and mirrors guys. Dems, Reps, Mullahs, Socialists, Capitalists, they all want the same thing... power. Look at the our history; we have moved so far from the original ideals of the enlightenment/American revolution and are slipping fast into a new age of media fed obesity-stupitity. Time for a new revolution. Locke, Jefferson, Franklin, they are rolling over in their graves.

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What do I think,,, I think we can find something better to talk about..................................

It would be nice not to worry and talk about something else, but when people stop talking to one another there will be a day that you wake up and say what happen, and wounder how and why? That's one day that I don't want to see. So keep asking, why this and not that or how about that and what if we do this and so on. The day the people stop asking questions about there government and it's leaders is the day that you put your life, liberty and freedom in someone else hands and lose the control of your own life and freedoms... To me that is one thing all Americans can not afford to let go of.

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very nicely said Dave - there are men and women who put their lives on the line everyday to preserve our life, liberty & freedom - the least we can do is question the leadership who makes the decision to put them there.

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Why I'm voting Democrat

letter to the editor

I'm voting Democrat because like most Americans I trust lawyers more than anyone else; I think only lawyers should run the government, and all the Democrat Leaders are lawyers: Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Joe Biden, John Edwards, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Leader Harry Reid, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry, to name just a few. (Al Gore dropped out of Law School, so I don't trust him as much, except on Global Warming.)

I'm voting Democrat because the Democrats support the trial lawyers and I think this country needs more lawsuits and less tort reform. And I don't believe the trial lawyers' contr ibutions have a thing to do with it.

I'm voting Democrat because Congress has done such a wonderful job under Democrat leadership the last two y ears, that I want a lot more of the same.

I'm voting Democrat because I want to get my health care from the same competent, efficient, cost-effective, customer-service-focused folks who run the US Post Office, the Pentagon, FEMA and the state Registry of Motor Vehicles.

I'm voting Democrat because I'm way too irresponsible to own a gun, and I know that my local police are all I need to protect me from murderers and thieves.

I'm voting Democrat because Sen. Obama has promised to cut the taxes of 95% of the people, including the 30% who don't pay taxes.

I'm voting Democrat because Sen. Obama has promised to take away the secret ballot in union elections, and I think the union bosses should know if a workingman or woman is with them, or against them.

I'm voting Democrat b ecause Sen. Obama has over three years experience in the Federal Government, and "Hope" is a great strategy.

I'm voting Democrat because Sen. O bama voted "present" instead of "yes" or "no" over 120 times in the Illinois State Senate, and I think we need a decisive president.

I'm voting Democrat because I think that drilling for American oil is foolish, when we can buy oil from the Middle East.

I'm voting Democrat because I think windmills (except off Hyannis) are a better answer to reliable, clean energy than Nuclear Energy.

I'm voting Democrat because I don't think we give enough to other countries in foreign aid.

I'm voting Democrat because I'm for putting up barriers to free trade, as they did in 1930 with the Smoot-Hawley bill. That made things much better then.

I'm voting Democrat because I miss the high unemployment, inflation and interest rates of the Jimmy Carter years.

I'm voting Dem ocrat because parents shouldn't get to choose the school their kids go to. Parents should leave their children's education to the teachers and stay out of it.

I'm voting Democrat because I think this is the perfect time to raise the Capital Gains tax and drive investment money out of the stock market.

I'm voting Democrat because I believe oil companies' profits of 4% on a gallon of gas are obscene, but the government taxing the same gallon of gas at 15% isn't.

I'm voting Democrat because I believe the government will do a better job of spending the money I earn than I would, and I want to spread my wealth around to those who earn less—or nothing.

I'm voting Democrat because freedom of speech is fine as long as nobody is offended by it.

I'm voting Democrat because, when we pull out of Iraq, I trust that the bad guys will stop what they're doing because they now think we're good people.

I'm voting Democrat because I believe that people who can't tell us if it will rain on Friday CAN tell us that the p olar ice caps will melt away in ten years if I don't start driving a Prius.

I'm voting Democrat because I'm not concerned about restoring partial birth abortions so long as we keep all death row murderers alive.

I'm voting Democrat because I believe that small businesses should not be allowed to make a profit. They need to break even and give the rest away to the government for redistribution to people who didn't start businesses.

I'm voting Democrat because I believe the law is what judges say it is, and not what legislators say -- or the constitution.

I'm voting Democrat because the media would call me a racist if I didn't. <STYLE type=text/css><!--td.attachrow { font: normal 11px Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color : #000000; border-color : #000000; }td.attachheader { font: normal 11px Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color : #000000; border-color : #000000; background-color: #FFFFFF; }table.attachtable { font: normal 12px Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color : #000000; border-color : #000000; border-collapse : collapse; }--></STYLE>

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first off, I'd like to apologize for this being my first post in a while.....

But, the best thing about Obama is that he'll never lose his appeal to his demographic. This is mainly due to the fact that throughout his presidency, he'll be living in public housing :)

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