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Who is going to be our Next President in 2009?

John McCain
23 (42.6%)
Barack Obama
28 (51.9%)
Ralph Nader
0 (0%)
Donald Duck
3 (5.6%)

Total Members Voted: 52

Author Topic: Mccain? Obama?  (Read 97271 times)

Offline wallacehobbs

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Mccain? Obama?
« on: June 09, 2008, 07:17:31 am »
Who do you think will be a better
President for Real Estate Investors
best interest?

Mccain or Obama?

Why do you think so?


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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2008, 09:13:26 am »
neither.  they're both democrats.
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Offline Foreclosure Negotiator

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2008, 11:17:45 am »
I'm still voting for Ron Paul.  I doubt he'll win, but I like to day dream about living as a 'Free Man'.
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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2008, 01:07:22 pm »
Wow, after Bush has done so well for 8 years, you gotta give the Repubs 4 more years to finalize their already working plans to do the following:

1. Balance the budget
2.  Lower healthcare expenses
3.  Make food and fuel more affordable.


Why change horses in mid-stream after 8 successful years.

Offline Hoosier4life2005

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2008, 01:28:47 pm »
Im voting for Obama.  There is only one person who I would rather have as president, and that is Ron Paul(Paul is the obvious choice).  But because Paul has no chance to win, im going Obama so I can keep Mccain out of office.

NO way can we afford another Bush term, and if you get Mccain, your getting a lot like another Bush term.(Although I must say, he is better than much, almost every1 is better than Bush)
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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2008, 01:50:41 pm »
Im voting for Obama.  There is only one person who I would rather have as president, and that is Ron Paul(Paul is the obvious choice).  But because Paul has no chance to win, im going Obama so I can keep Mccain out of office.

NO way can we afford another Bush term, and if you get Mccain, your getting a lot like another Bush term.(Although I must say, he is better than much, almost every1 is better than Bush)

What?  Man, you're crazy. 

By voting for Obama you are a socialist and a socialist is a communist and we are a free nation but you want communism.  Way to not support our troops you non-patriotic traitor!


Offline Bluemoon06

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2008, 02:08:50 pm »
Obama will be the next president.  I say this because we are in the good old USA the home of Paris Hilton.  Here in a presidential election since Nixon the better looking of the 2 (not a good looking but the better of the 2) always wins.  [Carter v Ford] [Reagan v Carter] [Reagan v Mondal] [Bush v Dukkas] [Clinton v Bush] [Clinton v Dole] [Bush v Gore] [Bush v Kerry].  With that being said the only chance that the Republicans had is if Romney had won.  Obama is a good looking man... McCain is not.
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Offline makethemoneyonthebuy

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2008, 02:32:26 pm »
Wow, dd564 do you need a hug or something?  Anyways It really doesn't matter who will be in there it is going to be different than the last four years, change happens and usually doesn't come from the Prez. Congress yes, prez. no. What ever does happen we will adjust. Just like every other time. You are more likely to be affected from a local stand point.  Keep and eye on your city, county, and state reps.
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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #8 on: June 09, 2008, 03:23:02 pm »
Im voting for Obama.  There is only one person who I would rather have as president, and that is Ron Paul(Paul is the obvious choice).  But because Paul has no chance to win, im going Obama so I can keep Mccain out of office.

NO way can we afford another Bush term, and if you get Mccain, your getting a lot like another Bush term.(Although I must say, he is better than much, almost every1 is better than Bush)

What?  Man, you're crazy. 

By voting for Obama you are a socialist and a socialist is a communist and we are a free nation but you want communism.  Way to not support our troops you non-patriotic traitor!



Crazy huh?

Your Republicans have increased the national debt from 5 to 9 trillion dollars in debt in 8 years.  That is crazy.  It will be around 14-15 trillion if Mccain gets elected.

I am a Republican, a Republican whos has enough of this complete joke.

The idea of the Republicans is good, but they arent following it.  This war is a joke, the way Bush-Mccain spend money is a joke, its all a complete joke and I cant believe you call me un-patriotic for voting for a Democrat.

SUPPORT OUR TROOPS?  Ohh man.  This war shouldnt have even been started in the 1st place.  Listen to Ron Paul, hes the only Republican who seems to get it.
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Offline mcprops

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #9 on: June 09, 2008, 03:51:13 pm »
 I think dd564 was being sarcastic to make a point (at least I hope)

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #10 on: June 09, 2008, 04:11:11 pm »

I would guess "maybe"...

At least when he said, "By voting for Obama you are a socialist and a socialist is a communist and we are a free nation but you want communism.  Way to not support our troops you non-patriotic traitor!", he was 'spot-on'!

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #11 on: June 09, 2008, 04:54:40 pm »
Hoosier,

You are thinking about the wrong business if you're backing Osama.  He IS a socialist who wants government to control everything in this country, including private enterprise.  I do agree with you that Bush is not a conservative and has done a terrible job with government spending.  However, I believe that he has generally done a good job on the war.  We have decimated Al Qaeda in Iraq and the war was worth it just for that.  I hope you're not tired of war yet, because Iran MUST be dealt with in the next few months.  If we don't do it, Israel MUST or they simply won't survive.

I know that you're getting toward the end of school.  It's a shame that they don't teach history anymore.  If they did, you would know that you can't appease tyrants and Osama's idea of "talking" with our enemies is just plain appeasement.

The next few years with President Osama will be a disaster for business.

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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #12 on: June 09, 2008, 06:01:10 pm »
Hoosier,

You are thinking about the wrong business if you're backing Osama.  He IS a socialist who wants government to control everything in this country, including private enterprise.  I do agree with you that Bush is not a conservative and has done a terrible job with government spending.  However, I believe that he has generally done a good job on the war.  We have decimated Al Qaeda in Iraq and the war was worth it just for that.  I hope you're not tired of war yet, because Iran MUST be dealt with in the next few months.  If we don't do it, Israel MUST or they simply won't survive.

I know that you're getting toward the end of school.  It's a shame that they don't teach history anymore.  If they did, you would know that you can't appease tyrants and Osama's idea of "talking" with our enemies is just plain appeasement.

The next few years with President Osama will be a disaster for business.

Mike

Mike,

oBama says he will only meet and talk with them under his conditions and at his place.  Why not have open communication with your enemies if they are at your location?

I have some issues that I disagree with on Obama, but they pale is comparison to the ones with Mccain. Mccain offerers alot of the same policies at the Bush administration.

"I feel that America has made some great strides within the last decade."  says Mccain.

Tell that to the HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of people who lost their jobs within the last few months.

I dont know about you guys, but I have no idea what country Mccain is talking about.  Going from 5 to 9 Trillion dollars in debt is not a "good stride"

The main reason why Obama gets my support is because Mccain and many Republicans dont even recognize that there is a problem.  Atleast Obama recognizes it. You may not agree with Obamas views, but you cant say he is BLIND about it like Mccain.

Again, I am a Republican, and do not like many views of the Democrats.
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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #13 on: June 09, 2008, 09:16:33 pm »
Why not have open communication with your enemies if they are at your location?

These people don't want to know anything about us.  They are not going to be convinced that we deserve to be here living like we do.  All we can do for them is to die.
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Re: Mccain? Obama?
« Reply #14 on: June 10, 2008, 07:16:38 am »

<<oBama says he will only meet and talk with them under his conditions and at his place.  Why not have open communication with your enemies if they are at your location?>>

Never, ever, ever negotiate with Terrorists!  Period!

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