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Old 01-17-2012, 12:04 PM   #61 (permalink)
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I don't know about any good choices, but I'll vote for whoever the Republican is. I'm sick and tired of this food stamp president trying to turn America into something it's not and promoting socialist policies. That he personally is of bad character (Won't salute the flag, is muslim but doesn't admit it) worsens things, but of course I'll probably be called "racist" for not liking him.
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Have any links?

Bin Laden was working for CIA. Besides he was dead years ago before they announced it.

War on Terror was never justified to begin with since you can't win a war on a tactic.

It's like trying to win wars against ambushes or stealth or formation A, B, C and so on. It's like trying to win a war against air. It's ludicrous.

Iran is really not a threat unless U.S wants it to be. It's not like Iran is threatening U.S in any shape or form. Same went for Iraq and Afghanistan but it didn't stop them from invading now did it?

It was just the right place to be around and be in charge of oil and drugs. Nothing more. Just a massive power grab.

Peace through strength? Well U.S is currently the biggest military power in the world. No one in the right mind would ever declare war on U.S. It has no real enemies ever since Soviet Russia fell. So now they invented a few of their own to keep the war machine going. War On terror which defies logic is one of them.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politi...f5P_story.html

One thing the world doesn't realize that with a Ron Paul presidency the U.S. would be very rarely involved in world affairs, and especially in humanitarian issues it would not be involved at all. The aid we've provided to Darfur and the money pumped into AIDS research in Africa? That would not happen, no money forthcoming. The aid we sent several years ago to aid the victims of the Indonesian tsunami? Not a penny coming. Basically, you'd see an America that wouldn't lift one finger to help where people were truly in need of it.

As for the so-called War On Terror... it's the war on Radical Islam which is a threat to the rest of the world. Al-Qaeda and radical Islam declared war on us years ago, when they slammed two planes into the WTC. Bin Laden helped the mujahadeen during the Soviet war in Afghanistan, then got pissed when the kingdom of Saudi Arabia allowed American troops on Saudi soil to defend from a possible Iraqi invasion. There is no oil and drugs involved in this, or we would be seeing a huge influx of this and drops in prices for oil.

Iran is a threat, they would sell nukes to terrorist organizations who would use them on us. We are called the Great Satan and the current Iranian president believes himself to be the leader of a movement to wipe out Israel and challenge America.
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Obama turned out to be exactly what I said he was in 2008: He's the American Idol President. The media & the people got behind him because he's charismatic and cool. However, he hasn't really done much of anything since getting in office, except approving the operation that killed Osama Bin Ladin. That was awesome. Other than that though, he's been all flash, no substance, which is what I said he was on the Campaign trail, so yeah.

But he'll get reelected for four years. I made the comment back with Bush, but when somebody gets elected to a political office, it is very hard nowadays to lose that spot. Incumbent reelection rate is ridiculous high at all levels of the government, and its getting harder and harder for new comers to win elections which is why its good Presidents have term limits or you'd probably see somebody stay in there for 24 years.

But the Repubs aren't offering up anybody else that great anyway. Herman Cain was crazy. Thank heavens he dropped out. Romney? No thank you.

Its a pretty sad state of affairs when the possibility of Colbert running for office, a guy who got famous doing a parody of Bill O'Riley & running a political satire program on Comedy Central, might just be the best option. Pretty sad.
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Obama turned out to be exactly what I said he was in 2008: He's the American Idol President. The media & the people got behind him because he's charismatic and cool. However, he hasn't really done much of anything since getting in office, except approving the operation that killed Osama Bin Ladin. That was awesome. Other than that though, he's been all flash, no substance, which is what I said he was on the Campaign trail, so yeah.

But he'll get reelected for four years. I made the comment back with Bush, but when somebody gets elected to a political office, it is very hard nowadays to lose that spot. Incumbent reelection rate is ridiculous high at all levels of the government, and its getting harder and harder for new comers to win elections which is why its good Presidents have term limits or you'd probably see somebody stay in there for 24 years.

But the Repubs aren't offering up anybody else that great anyway. Herman Cain was crazy. Thank heavens he dropped out. Romney? No thank you.

Its a pretty sad state of affairs when the possibility of Colbert running for office, a guy who got famous doing a parody of Bill O'Riley & running a political satire program on Comedy Central, might just be the best option. Pretty sad.
I saw a quote once, I think from Mel Brooks, that said, "The problem with America is that the people who should be running it are too busy running cab companies."

The people most qualified are people that aren't very well known. The people most qualified can relate to the every-day blue-collar hard-working American that shops at Wal Mart and wears jeans on most days.
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Old 01-17-2012, 02:19 PM   #65 (permalink)
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He's not the anti-christ but not being American sure as hell doesn't help.

Stephen Colbert would be the worst president imaginable. The guy is a second rate, dumbed down Bill O'Reilly of all things.
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He's not the anti-christ but not being American sure as hell doesn't help.

Stephen Colbert would be the worst president imaginable. The guy is a second rate, dumbed down Bill O'Reilly of all things.
I'd take Stephen Colbert over Bill O'Reilly and all the presidential nominees minus Ron Paul anyday.
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One thing the world doesn't realize that with a Ron Paul presidency the U.S. would be very rarely involved in world affairs, and especially in humanitarian issues it would not be involved at all. The aid we've provided to Darfur and the money pumped into AIDS research in Africa? That would not happen, no money forthcoming. The aid we sent several years ago to aid the victims of the Indonesian tsunami? Not a penny coming. Basically, you'd see an America that wouldn't lift one finger to help where people were truly in need of it.

As for the so-called War On Terror... it's the war on Radical Islam which is a threat to the rest of the world. Al-Qaeda and radical Islam declared war on us years ago, when they slammed two planes into the WTC. Bin Laden helped the mujahadeen during the Soviet war in Afghanistan, then got pissed when the kingdom of Saudi Arabia allowed American troops on Saudi soil to defend from a possible Iraqi invasion. There is no oil and drugs involved in this, or we would be seeing a huge influx of this and drops in prices for oil.

Iran is a threat, they would sell nukes to terrorist organizations who would use them on us. We are called the Great Satan and the current Iranian president believes himself to be the leader of a movement to wipe out Israel and challenge America.
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An Anti-Christ is someone nobody expects. People were calling Obama the Anti-Christ before he even won the presidential nomination.
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Well obviously only guy that is not corrupted to the corre like the rest of those politicians out there (puppets) is Ron Paul.
The fuck? The man is against seperation of Church and State, how in the world is that not corrupted? His personal views are overshadowing reasoning and would make him a horrible president. He's pro-life, a creationist and while he wants to give more control to the states you have to realise in a lot of areas that will not be a good thing, especially the south. He wants to obliterate government funded science programs. He doesn't understand the concept of facts and even thinks homeopathy should be funded.

This is quite litteraly a vote for stupidity. Please Americans, I beg of you do not vote for a republican this term. Your options are abysmal. Wait until next term, maybe the options will be better.
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