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Old 09-02-2008, 08:26 PM
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I have been having fun watching the right scramble to cover for McCain's choice.
She claims to be against the bridge to nowhere
But she hired a lobby group to get earmarks
She has Executive experience
But McCain doesn't
But McCain has Washington Experience
But she doesn't
They want to call Biden a Washington insider
But McCain has been there with him
But McCain thinks people from Washington are the problem
But McCain is from Washington and uses it as an example of experience
The right claims the experience of McCain is why he is their choice
But Palin has no international experience but she is their choice

I have been watching all of these Republican congressman and senators saying that McCain is going to drain that swamp that is Washington. Like they don't all work there. And like they didn't recently have total charge. Deja vu all over again.

If you always do what you did you'll always get what you got.
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If you always do what you did you'll always get what you got.
..and that's the best reason to NOT vote for Sen. Obama. He's a product of the DNC party. A pure and unadulterated partisan hack. He's shown NO evidence whatsoever of any tendency to seek change other than just changing the party of the Presidency from R to D. With Obama you get what you always got - just from the left instead of the right.
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..and that's the best reason to NOT vote for Sen. Obama. He's a product of the DNC party. A pure and unadulterated partisan hack. He's shown NO evidence whatsoever of any tendency to seek change other than just changing the party of the Presidency from R to D. With Obama you get what you always got - just from the left instead of the right.
Claiming that Obama will change nothing but the party association of the president has got to be the lamest unsubstantiated claim I have heard against Obama yet...

And the funny part is that you claim he is "partisan" at the same time you claim that nothing will change...


The two contradict each other, but you go ahead chasing your tail if you want...

And once again, Mikeyy's point goes ignored.
Cause you can't address the inconsistency of your arguments!


One thing I wish I had the foresight to do would be to pin you guys down on EXACTLY what your problems are.
I've seen people try to distinguish inbetween Obama's time in office and Palin's time in office like there was some significant gap.
There isn't.

The REAL problem here is that a handful of Republicans are trying to distinguish life-shattering differentiation between individuals, and the truth is that their reasoning for doing so is because the arm-chair commentators are partisan...

Democrat in office? TIME-TABLES MUST be given. Words from GW Bush's mouth.
Republican in office? Time-tables serve the enemy.

And when it comes to acknowledging the hypocrisy, the people who suffer from it most refuse to face it...
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Claiming that Obama will change nothing but the party association of the president has got to be the lamest unsubstantiated claim I have heard against Obama yet...

And the funny part is that you claim he is "partisan" at the same time you claim that nothing will change...


The two contradict each other, but you go ahead chasing your tail if you want...

And once again, Mikeyy's point goes ignored.
Cause you can't address the inconsistency of your arguments!


One thing I wish I had the foresight to do would be to pin you guys down on EXACTLY what your problems are.
I've seen people try to distinguish inbetween Obama's time in office and Palin's time in office like there was some significant gap.
There isn't.

The REAL problem here is that a handful of Republicans are trying to distinguish life-shattering differentiation between individuals, and the truth is that their reasoning for doing so is because the arm-chair commentators are partisan...

Democrat in office? TIME-TABLES MUST be given. Words from GW Bush's mouth.
Republican in office? Time-tables serve the enemy.

And when it comes to acknowledging the hypocrisy, the people who suffer from it most refuse to face it...
Oh, he intends to change things. Back to the future multiplied by TRILLIONS!



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What is Pajamas media? Sounds like some kind of source you have there.
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Claiming that Obama will change nothing but the party association of the president has got to be the lamest unsubstantiated claim I have heard against Obama yet...

And the funny part is that you claim he is "partisan" at the same time you claim that nothing will change...


The two contradict each other, but you go ahead chasing your tail if you want...

And once again, Mikeyy's point goes ignored.
Cause you can't address the inconsistency of your arguments!


One thing I wish I had the foresight to do would be to pin you guys down on EXACTLY what your problems are.
I've seen people try to distinguish inbetween Obama's time in office and Palin's time in office like there was some significant gap.
There isn't.

The REAL problem here is that a handful of Republicans are trying to distinguish life-shattering differentiation between individuals, and the truth is that their reasoning for doing so is because the arm-chair commentators are partisan...

Democrat in office? TIME-TABLES MUST be given. Words from GW Bush's mouth.
Republican in office? Time-tables serve the enemy.

And when it comes to acknowledging the hypocrisy, the people who suffer from it most refuse to face it...
Sen. Obama has confromed to the DNC party line 100%. The only change you would see is that of the party of the President. No real changes in policy, procedures or progress, just more of the same old DNC party politics. Sen. Obama has had ample opportunity to take reformist steps, yet had done nothing. Why should we believe that the change he spews about is anything more than just a change from R to D? Different cats, same litter box. The American people are tired of DC politics - from BOTH sides. Show me what steps the Jr. Senator from Illinois has proposed to address corruption within his own party (being from one of the most corrupt cities in America [Chicago], he's had lots of chances to address corruption). Show me real change that goes beyond the party line.
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What is Pajamas media? Sounds like some kind of source you have there.
Yes. It is some kind of source.
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Let me try this one one more time. If you are voting for spending bills without paying for them is that Liberal or Conservative? I am just trying to show you that perspective is everything. So which is it?
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Let me try this one one more time. If you are voting for spending bills without paying for them is that Liberal or Conservative? I am just trying to show you that perspective is everything. So which is it?
I am ignorant on that point. Educate us, please.
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