Skip to comments.I will not vote for McCain or Obama!
Posted on 09/10/2008 5:29:22 PM PDT by 30-06 Springfield
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Holy Swing Voters, Batman!!!
I never thought I’d see the day!
Who said PA is sewn u?
Meanwhile, Obama is still trying to text message them.
'Cuse my French, but you just don't know McCain. It's all about him.
I'm not saying that it's all bad, but my God! he has a ego!
If you want to know what the transition will look like, for example, just look at the start of his campaign when it took a great deal of time and staff firings, resignations, and shakeups, just to get it closer to the way he wanted. Even now, nobody in that campaign says or thinks a single independent thought without his permission, and if they do, it's straight under the bus!
I fear you may be in a dreamland, if you can't admit that much. Why do you think we have been throwing rocks at him for twenty years.
I understand completely...................and sympathize.
Your high regard for your personal fortitude appears unwarranted by anything posted so far.
Good grief. This is worthy of projectile vomiting. It is exactly this kind of spew that gives good Christians a bad name. Getting lumped in with these Phelps type holy rollers is destructive.
Step back into reality. Sheesh.
David would have voted for McCain because McCain has steadfastly defended the right to life of the unborn throughout his career while Obama has steadfastly defended the right of abortionists to kill even babies born alive.
With the mention of a pinata, I was under the impression candy would be involved in this thread. I'm very disappointed.
He is a cocky little prick. If you put him in the same room with me, there would sure to be some hissing and spitting. However, looking at the next four or eight years and what the country needs in a President, I believe that he will be a good President and has the potential to be a great one. Every minute that he spends in the White House will grate on me but I can put that aside.
McCain is going to Washington to get things done. Some of it we won't like, I won't like, but the vast majority will be good for the country.
It won't be like the last four years. There will be a whole lotta movin' and shakin' going on. It's going to be a ride.
He will have a caustic Dem Congress, and Republicans will not be much better.
The success will come from domestic policy and spending gridlock, which is a good thing at this point. Since we usually manage by the crisis management principles when government is slip between parties, things will get done in that way and I can certainly live with that.
Palin will be in the catbird seat for 2012, and we shall see how that develops, and foreign policy will be in decent hands I think....
I also expect the rats to continue their tirades against republicans and set them up as the scape goat for all things. This is going to be the worst of the effects from a Republican win in November. If the Dems get the WH, they cannot blame republicans, and as a result, will be destroyed politically for many years to come. But we shall see.....
I am conflicted about the wisdom of wining another four years, but Obama will be nothing but a tool for the liberals and the damages would be severe and possibly irreversible.
I will make my final decision on election day. If I go to the polls, I will support the ticket. If I don't, I won't complain about the results.
Another vote for Obama.
So is the author a failure in his “God-ordained duties” if he can’t convince me?
Pastor Bob sounds like a tool.