Cindy McCain's Half Sister: "I'm Voting for Barack Obama"

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  1. KenH

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    Cindy McCain's Half Sister: "I'm Voting for Barack Obama"

    Thursday August 28, 2008

    Cindy McCain's half sister is planning on voting for Barack Obama, she tells Usmagazine.com.

    "I'm not voting for McCain," Kathleen Hensley Portalski tells Us. "I have a different political standpoint.

    "I'm voting for Obama," the Phoenix resident says. "I think his proposals to improve the country are more positive and I'm not a big war believer."

    Portalski, 65, and the potential first lady, 54, have the same father: Jim Hensley, the founder of the beer distributor Hensley and Co. that Cindy McCain now chairs.

    - rest at www.usmagazine.com/news/cindy-mccains-half-sister-im-voting-for-obama
     
  2. Pastor Larry

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    So? Are we going to have a thread for everyone not voting for someone?
     
  3. KenH

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    Now, Pastor Larry, if a relative of Senator Obama stated that he/she was going to vote for Senator McCain your side would plaster it all over this forum.
     
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    My side? The side of almost complete apathy, moderated only by disgust? I don't care who votes for who in terms of names of people. I think both candidates are bad.
     
  5. just-want-peace

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    Big deal!!!

    I can use this exact quote, and mean McCain.

    Perhaps a poll is in order:

    "Using the following quote, who come to your mind?":tonofbricks:

    Nah; after the first hunnert replies it'll lose interest.

    The following from Pastor L. suits me too!

    :thumbs:
     
  6. TomVols

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    A relative's choice is not germane, particularly from a splintered family. This is virtually below the belt Ken. I'm disappointed in you. You know better than this kind of hack job.
     
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    ROFL:laugh:
     
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    To be honest Pastor, I think things just got worse... One of the major concerns against Obama was his lack of experience. Now, with McCain age and health history, we have to really ask ourselves is she ready to step in the POTUS seat. Is she ready to be the leader of the free world. This is a tough one when she is so unknown.
     

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