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goddamn
obama needs to beat hillary
but either one of them would be better than anyone on the republican side
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im going for mccain
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mccain got the nomination. hes got twice what the other guys got put together.

and yes, obama needs to win.
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Dammit, Obama, pick up the slack!!!!!

I will move to Canada if Hillary gets the primary...
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i was literally JUST going to post. someone will tell you to move it to the ONLY POLITICAL THREAD where it will never get seen, but I'm all for discussing it. I am rooting for Obama, just because I'm not that in favor of Clinton, but if it came down to it, I'd still rather have her in the office than another 4 years of ridiculous military spending, unbalanced budgets, and further infringement on civil liberties. I dont even feel like I can trust the republican party as a whole at all anymore.
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theres so many social implications for voting in the democratic primary. if you vote for hillary, you're racist, if you vote for obama, you're sexist. i just think its sad that we're so far behind the rest of the world in that we've yet to have a female or minority leader.
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#8
i think its too current to waste away in the political thread. its happening right now.

did you see that ron paul got... nothing. 6 delegates. looks like the internet doesnt vote.
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theres so many social implications for voting in the democratic primary. if you vote for hillary, you're racist, if you vote for obama, you're sexist. i just think its sad that we're so far behind the rest of the world in that we've yet to have a female or minority leader.

personally, i support obama. but it shouldn't be about either one of those things, it should be about the issues. i mean it'd be great to have a female or black president, but i'd rather have a white man who does a good job than a black lesbian who does a terrible job.
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yeah sucks for him. I dont think the sexism and racism thing plays any part really. I couldn't care less about any of that. I'm just looking at their leadership ability, intelligence level, and plans on several key issues facing the country.
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#11
Well Hillary is imo the smartest one out of all the candidates, but I think she's a conniving two-faced bitch. Obama is inexperienced, and Romney....he's just weird. So McCain by default I suppose...
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I was working at the primaries alll day, my advice, this sh*t isn't worth only $110, we got some really stupid voters too, a democrat wrote romney on his ballot and circled it
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damn she pulled ahead again 103.

i agree with rosamamosa. it doesnt really matter that one's black and one's a woman. really obama is just better on the issues, and clinton is pure evil. personally, the only one i liked was Gravel, and he got no votes. but theres still time. if every county from now on goes for Gravel, hes in! heres hoping.
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personally, i support obama. but it shouldn't be about either one of those things, it should be about the issues. i mean it'd be great to have a female or black president, but i'd rather have a white man who does a good job than a black lesbian who does a terrible job.


i dont let it affect me, its just that living in where i do, when people want to talk politics, they either support hillary or obama, and if you dont they pull the race and sex cards and go on long tirades.

im voting for mccain and i dont know why
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I'm horribly disappointed over McCain doing so well

he does seem the least evil of all the republicans. theyre showing some mad party unity.
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It doesn't overly surprise me though, really. I'm actually a bit surprised that Giuliani didn't get any further than he did. I thought he would've done better.
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^x3 I'm thanking the lord, even though it destroys my Obama/McCain dream ticket.

Obama's doing remarkably well in the south and away from the urban centers, new york, etc. Attn. Superdelegates: This means he can do a much better job in the general election. Pick him. Too bad about California and New York, but this one's still up for grabs.


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It doesn't overly surprise me though, really. I'm actually a bit surprised that Giuliani didn't get any further than he did. I thought he would've done better.


Name two issues Giuliani ever talked about.
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I thought this was going to be one of the greatest elections in history, and we may end up being stuck with McCain and Clinton


I hate them both!
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yea hillary cloverfielded new york.
10% of california voted for edwards.

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121. this is not even funny anymore. i think we're gonna need beowolf to stop her.

EDIT: 106! callo calay!

EDIT: 105! frabjious day!

EDIT: 106. CNN work this **** out
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#23
my states not up yet....
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Well Hillary is imo the smartest one out of all the candidates, but I think she's a conniving two-faced bitch. Obama is inexperienced, and Romney....he's just weird. So McCain by default I suppose...


Yes because we all know what horrible presidents first - termers have made

I voted Obama.. sadly MA went Clinton. Then again, I like both democrats policies far more than McCain (all of the other Reps are a total joke)

McCains a good person, but we don't need republican policies right now.
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i love that millions and millions of dollars were donated to Ron Paul, and he only got 11 delegates. total fail.
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i love that millions and millions of dollars were donated to Ron Paul, and he only got 11 delegates. total fail.


Eh, libertarian = auto fail.
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Unfortunately, I didn't register in time to cast my vote for Obama. Sadly I think AZ will be going to Clinton.
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I always follow american polotics, just because of the amazing amount of time+effort put into campaigning

I personally like Huckabee quite a bit, I like many of his attributes, but being a very devout evangelist christian, he and I are quite differed on some major issues

so I like Obama best overall
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I always follow american polotics, just because of the amazing amount of time+effort put into campaigning

I personally like Huckabee quite a bit, I like many of his attributes, but being a very devout evangelist christian, he and I are quite differed on some major issues

so I like Obama best overall


Huckabee thinks it'd be a "good idea" to rewrite the constitution in the words and influence of god. That's beyond horrifying. He also wants to be "our Christian leader".

Theology = fail.
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Theology = fail.

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Obama's doing as well as he is because he has a visible personality cult much like Kennedy did. They both also represent marginal and largely insignificant differences in former presidents, too - Kennedy was a Catholic, Obama's half-black. However, Obama is just like everyone else to get elected to office - he's a rich male with opportunity at every turn that's just as insanely out of touch with the lower and middle classes that need him the most as every other president hopeful before him.
Is Clinton much different? Not really. But I happen to believe that she's more aware than Obama is as she's experienced the glass ceiling firsthand. Does that mean she's going to accomplish anything? No, not really. Ultimately she's still attempting to grab votes, she's just done so on a significantly more idelogocial ground than Obama who has clearly played the hell out of his personality cult to create this so-called bull**** movement. But I would like nothing more than to be proved wrong. If Clinton were to be elected - and she will be elected - I sincerely hope that she makes good on her campaign promise to bring socialised healthcare. As an anarchist, nothing would pain me more than seeing another leader sit on *that* throne doing little good for anybody. I really would like nothing more than to have my faith, so to speak, restored in the concept government, and I think Clinton's infinitely more likely to do that than Obama is (once again maintaining that I'm all but sure that that won't happen).
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Huckabee thinks it'd be a "good idea" to rewrite the constitution in the words and influence of god. That's beyond horrifying. He also wants to be "our Christian leader".

Theology = fail.


which is why I said the whole bit about religion

maybe try reading my post next time
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I always follow american polotics, just because of the amazing amount of time+effort put into campaigning

I personally like Huckabee quite a bit, I like many of his attributes, but being a very devout evangelist christian, he and I are quite differed on some major issues

so I like Obama best overall

I like Huckabee alot to. Not a chance in hell though
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Obama's doing as well as he is because he has a visible personality cult much like Kennedy did. They both also represent marginal and largely insignificant differences in former presidents, too - Kennedy was a Catholic, Obama's half-black. However, Obama is just like everyone else to get elected to office - he's a rich male with opportunity at every turn that's just as insanely out of touch with the lower and middle classes that need him the most as every other president hopeful before him.
Is Clinton much different? Not really. But I happen to believe that she's more aware than Obama is as she's experienced the glass ceiling firsthand. Does that mean she's going to accomplish anything? No, not really. Ultimately she's still attempting to grab votes, she's just done so on a significantly more idelogocial ground than Obama who has clearly played the hell out of his personality cult to create this so-called bull**** movement. But I would like nothing more than to be proved wrong. If Clinton were to be elected - and she will be elected - I sincerely hope that she makes good on her campaign promise to bring socialised healthcare. As an anarchist, nothing would pain me more than seeing another leader sit on *that* throne doing little good for anybody. I really would like nothing more than to have my faith, so to speak, restored in the concept government, and I think Clinton's infinitely more likely to do that than Obama is (once again maintaining that I'm all but sure that that won't happen).

so your voting based on clinton being more well known? people like obama because he has a personality, and represents change from these two families that have handed the american government back and forth for the last twenty years. if that means obama is more inexperienced, then im all for it. at least its not some nepotistic daisy chain.

and how does an anarchist favor big government?

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which is why I said the whole bit about religion

maybe try reading my post next time


I was agreeing with you...
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Obama's doing as well as he is because he has a visible personality cult much like Kennedy did. They both also represent marginal and largely insignificant differences in former presidents, too - Kennedy was a Catholic, Obama's half-black. However, Obama is just like everyone else to get elected to office - he's a rich male with opportunity at every turn that's just as insanely out of touch with the lower and middle classes that need him the most as every other president hopeful before him.
Is Clinton much different? Not really. But I happen to believe that she's more aware than Obama is as she's experienced the glass ceiling firsthand. Does that mean she's going to accomplish anything? No, not really. Ultimately she's still attempting to grab votes, she's just done so on a significantly more idelogocial ground than Obama who has clearly played the hell out of his personality cult to create this so-called bull**** movement. But I would like nothing more than to be proved wrong. If Clinton were to be elected - and she will be elected - I sincerely hope that she makes good on her campaign promise to bring socialised healthcare. As an anarchist, nothing would pain me more than seeing another leader sit on *that* throne doing little good for anybody. I really would like nothing more than to have my faith, so to speak, restored in the concept government, and I think Clinton's infinitely more likely to do that than Obama is (once again maintaining that I'm all but sure that that won't happen).


So the fact that Obama spent years of his life as a community organizer in poor areas of Chicago means that he is out of touch with the lower and middle class?

He is wealthy sure, but he is also raising more money than anyone else. Raising money does not count as personal wealth. Are the Clintons not wealthy?

Again about being out of touch with the lower class.. thats a joke, right?

You call yourself an anarchist yet desire BIG government ideals like socialized health care? Ouch.
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I was agreeing with you...


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i think the american voting system is confusing as all hell. here, the parties pick the person to lead their party into the election, we vote, done. but over there, it's primaries for 10,000 years, then you elect. i find it weird. I don't care who wins, as long as bush can't go into power again, i am a happy man
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So the fact that Obama spent years of his life as a community organizer in poor areas of Chicago means that he is out of touch with the lower and middle class?

He is wealthy sure, but he is also raising more money than anyone else. Raising money does not count as personal wealth. Are the Clintons not wealthy?

Again about being out of touch with the lower class.. thats a joke, right?

You call yourself an anarchist yet desire BIG government ideals like socialized health care? Ouch.

im glad im not the only one.
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