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I Think I Hear the Fat Lady a Hummin' a Tune....

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by righteousdude2, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member

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    It may be upsetting to my Republican brothers and sisters to hear this, but with a "war chest" overflowing with millions of dollars [will he give some back to the middle class that vote for him?], and an ever increasing daily poll that shows BHO winning, the fat lady is humming the music to "Anchors Away" and McCain knows that this means his ship is departing for ports unknown...

    As much as it pains me Rev. Mitchell, your guarantee of McCain winning this election seems like you're beating a half-dead horse.:tear:

    I concede that Obama is not my choice, but, I know when I'm losing??? McCain is putting up such a frail, pathetic fight, that I don't see him being POTUS. Therefore, I am asking all my McCain brethren and sistern how long it will take before the Hollywood elitists, the left wing-far left liberal media, and the duped public [waiting for their bail-out welfare check] turn against Obama. The day will come when Obama will make everyone wish they had Bush back in charge. In fact, the public apathy for Bush will one day [very soon] turn to praise, but, how long will that day be following Obama's Inauguration?

    How long will it be before the die-hard BB members start questioning their reasons for voting for Barrack?:laugh:

    My prediction is sometime before the summer of 2009. So, what say you????

    Shalom,

    Pastor Paul :type:
     
  2. windcatcher

    windcatcher New Member

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    I'm already regretting him...... and he isn't even elected yet!
    I'd rather see McCain win over Obama
    but he's not my choice either.....
    So I'm voting my convictions, not casting for the biggest loser. Since my vote wont make the difference for the winner (without some devine intervention) ..... my vote will speak for the values which I wish either major party was closer to.
     
  3. givengrace

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    I already Voted My convictions and it wasn't Obama!! Nor will I EVER refer to him as My president. But as for now I pray EVERYDAY to a ONE and HOLY GOD who is IN CONTROL and I know my place is with him. And he has nor EVER will Let me down. So I am leaving it in Gods hands.
    I do ask that ALL Christians no matter who you Vote for as not for Whom YOU feel should win but GODS WILL be done. Cause that's what will happen. It may be the sign that sends Jesus to come take us home or it might just be OUR Miracle to show the WORLD he's still taken care of Business. But just TRUST that's all we can do is TRUST. It was never in our hands any way.
     
  4. StefanM

    StefanM Well-Known Member

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    Don't blame me; I voted for Barr.

    Of course, in Tennessee, McCain will probably win by 15% or more, so my vote didn't really matter.
     
  5. LadyEagle

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    I believe it will take a miracle from God for Obama to lose this election. But I remember a story about a cloud the size of a man's fist in the Bible and then there was abundance of rain. This election outcome is in God's Hands. Either way, He will take care of His people.
     
  6. LeBuick

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    I agree she's warming up her vocal chords because she's on in two weeks but I don't think we know for whom the bell tolls. Obama is leaving the campaign trail to spend time with his ill grandmother and there seems to be something happening in China. Not to mention, he has Biden the gaff machine as a running mate so who needs opponents.

    Two weeks is just too long to rule out a race this close.
     
  7. Revmitchell

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    Don't count your chickens before they are hatched.:thumbs:
     
  8. Mexdeaf

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    I smell November surprise in the oven- "Dewey Wins" all over again. Personally I believe there is a non-vocal majority that does not like the Fourth Estate telling them who to vote for.
     
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    Revmitchell Well-Known Member

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    At this point in 80 Carter was in Obama's shoes
     
  10. JustChristian

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    I've regretted the election victories of George Bush for 8 long years now. He's gone a long way towards destroying America. I'd say it's time for a change (so to speak).
     
  11. Bible-boy

    Bible-boy New Member

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    Don't worry about the polls you see in the national media. They are skewed by the greater numbers of registered Dems polled vs lower numbers of registered Repubs polled. That is why their percentage points vary so widely (yet always show a Dem win). The liberal/leftist national media is trying to help seal the victory for BHO before the election even takes place. If they can convince enough of us (those against the liberal leftists currently being led by BHO) to start feeling that it is a waste of time for us to even vote, then guess what? BHO wins. Never give up until the last vote has been counted!:wavey:
     
  12. LeBuick

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    I don't recall that being the picture, I thought Regan was clearly in front by now. He won by more than a landslide if I remember right.
     
  13. LeBuick

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    I see it just the opposite.

    1. Record number of Dems have registered (legally or otherwise) this election and Dems out number Republican's.

    2. Loosing in the polls by such close number should make Republicans turn out to vote since they know each vote will make a difference.

    3. It serves more to have the Liberals stay home since they'll think they have it in the bag so don't need their vote.
     
  14. Bible-boy

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    According to what sources, the liberal/leftist national news media? Please...

    Ah, by here is the rub. The liberal/leftist national news media has been showing BHO with 10 to 14 point leads over McCain. If such numbers are correct (which they are not) it is not a close race. BHO has already won according to the liberal/leftist national news media.

    Nope, it energizes them to think that they will get a landslide victory and make up for the humiliation of "Bush stealing the election in both 2000 and 2004."
     
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