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Libertarians for Obama

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by KenH, Feb 12, 2008.

  1. KenH

    KenH Active Member

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    What this says about these libs is that they are anti-military rather than anti-big government. This sum of this article is to ignore the grand social enlargement the dems want over a desire to tear down our military again. It also makes them a one issue voter. Kind of like Ken.
     
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    How about pro-lifers for Hillary.
    Then there is the anti-Iraq War folks for John McCain.
    What about the Aryan Nation Party for Barak Obama.
     
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    It's a wierd day when Libertarians will vote of Obama. Obama and the dem congress and Senate will initiate hate crime laws, universal health care, raise our taxes, etc.. Sounds like more government to me which is just what most Literarians want. Not!!
     
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    Although your posting is full of hyperbole, I agree with much of what you say. We need to cut some of the wasteful military spending, and we definitely need universal health care!
     
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    just-want-peace Well-Known Member

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    What we NEED is for government to quit trying to be "all things to all people", and get back to it's constitutional basis!!!:BangHead:

    That's the political side!! What we NEED far more is to get back to Christ!!!
     
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    I was getting ready to type the exact same thing.

    I agree.

    This article fails to mention all the of the big social programs Obama would start and fund that would more than match any spending on the military he would stop.

    I am quickly losing respect for Libertarians.
     
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    I'll vote for anyone whom I think will bring the troops home. Better 'Bama than Mrs Clinton.
     
  9. KenH

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    Why would a libertarian who wants to see our civil liberties protected and an American foreign policy in the best interests of these United States with an end to foreign adventurism support John McCain? And, anyone who thinks that the size and scope of domestic policy with John McCain as president would be sizably different in the amount of growth compared to Obama or Clinton will be in for a rude awakening if John McCain becomes president.
     
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    I very strongly suspect that we all are going to be "in for a rude awakening", no matter who, or which side, gets in this time!!!

    MARANATHA!!!!
     
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    I'll settle for any mass awkening at this point the ruder the better imho. If it takes an Obama or Clinton or McCain to finally wake people up then so be it. But get this straight I do not in any way shape or form support any of these traitors and globalist trash we're "forced" to choose from.

    I don't even see right or left or liberal or conservative anymore I just see globalists everywhere bringing my beloved country a slow roasting "death by a thousand cuts"! I'm just sick of the whole putrid globalist mess we've allowed ourselves to be duped into. I'm ashamed for myself and my countrymen who've set by and let this happen to our great land.

    Brace yourselves children we're in for one wild global ride before we're able to take our country back out the hands of these international socialists I'm afraid.
     
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    I thought it was interesting this morning that John Zogby in discussing his polling numbers mentioned libertarians voting for Senator Obama, as well as Republicans. He said these two groups are a small number but noticable.
     
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    Obama is putting on the wool folks. Just look at how he is handling NAFTA. The Canadians are livid. Then he sends a message to Canada stating that it's just politics? I do believe that I hear a wolf howling.
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    Poncho, I couldn't agree with you more.
     
  14. billwald

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    It would take a shooting revolution

    >Brace yourselves children we're in for one wild global ride before we're able to take our country back out the hands of these international socialists I'm afraid.

    It would take a shooting revolution and that will not happen. Anyone try it and we will have UN troops in Washington.
     
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