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Discussion in 'Politics' started by TomVols, Aug 23, 2008.
He's a perfect fit for Obama! May they both go down in history as losers.
This is a good sight for checking up on what our senators actually do and don't do.
That was one funny comment... :laugh: :thumbs:
You may get your wish. Or Senator McCain and his running mate may be the pair to go down in history as losers.
i'm still waiting to see who John Wayne McCain picks in his veep-stakes...regardless though, BO's pick of Biden made Johnny Mc look a lot better today.
How so, Bobby? Picking Senator Biden makes it much harder for John Sidney McCain III to win on November 4 regardless of who he picks as his running mate.
For starters, according to the American Conservative Union Biden scored a "0" with them while BO scored a "7"...making Biden even more liberal than BO. I didn't think it was possible, but apparently it is.
Biden has also put his foot into his mouth more than nearly any other politician over the 20 years and that is going to be part an ongoing reel of sound bites over the next 3 months by networks that are willing to focus on news rather than play the role of DNC publicity machine.
And the fact that he is just another northeast liberal running for national office along side a typical chicago hack poltician probably takes Obama's chances from possibly winning to not even close.
I think that come November 4 that Senator Obama wins by at least 6%.
Senator McCain has been making as many gaffes this year as anybody has. I think he will reach his high water mark after the GOP convention, probably around 46% in the national polls and not climb any higher the rest of the way and slide back going toward November 4.
Obama doesn't stand a chance.
I don't get it, Obama biggest weakness and McCain biggest bragging right was foreign policy. Looks like Obama trumped his hold card.
McCain will need to counter with someone in touch with the economy. Him not being able to define poor or even his own worth makes many feel this guy has no clue what the economic situation is with the common man. How can represent what he doesn't understand?
This may be more prophetic that you realize. I don't know if this country is ready or willing to have a black president. However, I was thinking today that the entire world is now watching America's democracy in action. We push democracy all over the world so now the world can see if we live up to our creed.
They'll know we're just a bunch of hot air if this is another chad vs dimple defeat from the presidents Brothers state...
Probably a result of the indoctrinization of victimization rather than reality.
Then someone needs to tell the Dems to stop trying to create votes out of thin air.
Dimpled chads :laugh: it would be pretty funny if the consequences werent so big.
Only a right-wing hack could fail to see the truth in your statement.
Again, you are correct. I hope McCain doesn't follow your advice.
I guess we'll find out how wrong which of us is on November 4. :smilewinkgrin:
If Senator McCain picks Mitt Romney then the two of them can compare notes on which one owns the most houses.