I've never hated a presidential candidate more than.....
This has been pissing me off all day. I keep hearing that this guy might be the democrat running this year. I have never been so pissed off before in my life. No experience, all he says is change, and has the worst background of all-time.
Look at this shit:
Are you fucking serious, this guy doesn't put his hand over his heart. He turns away from our flag, and people might elect this guy? he did his inception into the senate by pledging on the Koran. He studied in a radical Muslim school. He won't salute our flag. Shady much?
Wow! He has charisma. He also stumbled in everything to Clinton in the debates.
This guy has his campaign running on change. Uh every debate talks about change. Nothing ever changes. Unless he is talking about turning his back on our country. This guy is a huge piece of shit. I've never been more pissed off about a candidate.
vote in a guy who doesn't even salute our flag. Fuck that. And now I feel better after getting that out.
Bigotry much? What the fuck is wrong with having a Muslim president?
I lol'd @ the "worst background of all-time" bit.
He went tot eh same school the people who drove planes into the twin towers did. Bigotry, no? He isn't saluting our flag.
Those radical Jihadists said they'd destroy our country from the inside out. What better than making it our president. He shows no loyalty to our country.
I'm a republican. I;m also 22. If Hilary becomes president, and wins reelection. At age 30 I will have saw the leader as a Bush or Clinton for 27 years of my life.
As earlier said. McCain for president. A true American. A guy who suffered torture in Vietnam for 5 years, and didn't spill anything. Not a guy who would turn his back on the flag of the country to elect him.
Really and truly fuck democrats. If Obama or Clinton win our country will just continue to head into a recession. John McCain for President.
Vote McCain if you never want to get out of the Middle East.
All the candidates suck this year, in each of their own ways. I'm not going to not vote Obama because he's a muslim or because he doesn't put his hand over his heart. However, I haven't really heard of any of his thoughts on anything except for change. Same with Romney; except all I've heard is 'the bible is the word of god'. McCain supports Bush so no for him; besides he's all for staying in Iraq. Clinton is not too bad, but I don't like the fact that she acts like a bitch, and then when she sees she is loosing, she puts on some act in a coffee shop so everyone suddenly thinks she's all nice and personable. Huckabee I don't really mind, except for the fact that he's republican and after the mess Bush got us in, I think we need a democrat (I'm normally undecided). I'm still not sure who I'm going for, and although I like Obama, he really needs to start telling people his opinions on topics.
Re: I've enevr hated a presidential candidate more than.....
Originally Posted by CNN.com
Obama battles Muslim rumor head on
Posted: 06:28 PM ET
Obama is stepping up his efforts to beat back a false e-mail rumor.
WASHINGTON (CNN) – Democrat Barack Obama stepped up his efforts Tuesday to battle back against e-mails that falsely label him a Muslim, telling an interviewer the ongoing rumors were part of a "systematic political strategy."
"I think it 's very important for people not to buy into the kinds of dirty tricks that we've become so accustomed to in our politics, and people need to understand I'm not and never have been of the Muslim faith," he told CBN's David Brody.
In e-mail messages that have been circulating as long as Obama has been a presidential candidate, the Illinois senator is said be a Muslim who refuses to recite the pledge of allegiance, and one who "joined the United Church of Christ in an attempt to downplay his Muslim background." In fact, Obama has never been a Muslim.
"I think that those who are of the Muslim faith are deserving of respect and dignity, but to try and feed into this fear-mongering and try to question my faith commitments and my belief in Jesus Christ, I think is offensive," Obama also said. "And I want to make sure that people are absolutely clear about what's going on with this, and if they get another one of these e-mails that they're deleting it and letting their friends know that it's nonsense."
Obama did not hypothesize who was behind the e-mails, but noted, "somehow they appear magically wherever the next primary or caucus is."
His comments are the latest in a heightened effort to beat back the Internet rumors ahead of South Carolina's Democratic primary Saturday.
In recent days, his campaign has launched a TV ad that quotes his now-famous 2004 speech in which he said, "We are one people, all of us pledging allegiance to the stars and stripes.” And in a new mailer to South Carolina Democrats – the latest in a months-long series of religious-themed messages in the state — Obama is called a "Committed Christian," who "felt a beckoning of the spirit and accepted Jesus Christ into his life." The mailer pictures the senator standing behind a pulpit, with an organ and a cross in the background.