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Glenn Beck: Says McCain just lost the election

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by YOUTUBECANBESAVED, Oct 5, 2008.

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  1. YOUTUBECANBESAVED

    YOUTUBECANBESAVED New Member

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2srLxcsqXg

    Glenn Beck hits McCain on Bailout and earmarks hypocrisy

    "I think he lost the election" Glenn Beck quote

    I saw this today on CNN with Wolf Blitzer, not a big fan of Glenn Beck he calls himself a commentator and not a journalist, but he is liked in conservative circles and has had Ron Paul on a couple of times.

    So what are the opinions of the Palin/McCain voters, are you being set up by Republican power elite who really do not want this Presidency in 2008 but
    would reorganize for 2012 with perhaps Sarah Palin at the head of the ticket.

    You would think Glenn would have waited until Tuesday when the polls would reflect if Sarah had an impact but he lit into John McCain anyway.

    As for John McCain his Michigan pullout is taking up the news cycle just as much as the positive spin on Sarah Palin, is John McCain on the social conservatives last nerve, let me know what you think.

    so if you can take a break from your Obama bashing and lend an opinion, it would be much appreciated.;)

    My Opinion on this Political Board
     
  2. Bro. Curtis

    Bro. Curtis <img src =/curtis.gif>

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    I think McCain is an idiot, and no way will I vote for him, or the zero.

    What's the difference between the two ?
     
  3. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    Ditto.....
     
  4. Major B

    Major B <img src=/6069.jpg>

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    If you see no difference between O-BA-MA and McCain, get better glasses.
     
  5. Major B

    Major B <img src=/6069.jpg>

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    And, I like Glen Beck, but often feel as if the Ambilify and Thorazine are wearing off....
     
  6. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    Globalists all look alike to me. As an American it's my duty to protect and defend the constitution of the USA from domestic enemies such as these not make special allowances because one or the other just happens to be on "my" team and "talks the talk".
     
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  7. Major B

    Major B <img src=/6069.jpg>

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    Well, looking at O-BA-MA, who has proposed a national paramilitary police force and who is surrounded (behind the scenes) by ultra-liberals who think people like you and me are dinosaurs that need to be caged up, you may get your chance to defend the constitution, or die trying.
     
  8. rbell

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    I'm confused. If we think Obama's a poor choice of President, does that constitute "Obama bashing?"

    I think McCain's running a terrible campaign. Let's face it...18-22 states he wins anyway. 10-12 he cannot win whatsoever. There are 6-10 states that hold all the cards. And he's been miserable in these crucial states. With the media bias as it is, he can't afford to campaign poorly. And yet, he has been simply awful.
     
  9. poncho

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    Yeah well long before Obama ever proposed it the federal government was busy building it. I've been defending the constitution since the first Tri Lateral (Jimmy Carter/Brzezinski) administration. A man that surrounds himself with ultra liberals doesn't worry me any more or less than a man who surrounds himself with ultra nationalist hegemoniacs.

    It's my duty to defend the constitution from both of these domestic enemies. And I only have to die once so it shouldn't be all that bad.
     
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  10. YOUTUBECANBESAVED

    YOUTUBECANBESAVED New Member

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    Bumped: Because I want to hear more: More votes to see a trend

    I want to hear more from people on this, because I think it is all on John McCain now.

    Tuesday and Wednesday we should see some polls reflecting the VP debate

    until then do you agree with Glenn Beck or not, or have another angle , perhaps a strategy to vote 3rd party or write in.

    I personally think Glenn Beck jumped the gun and should have had more patience.
     
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