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Mental Midget
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Its getting down to the wire for the democratic party nomination and I just dont think I can vote for McCain because of his absurd Iraq war views.
Now I have to decide between Clinton and Obama. Been trying to do some diggin to see who works best.

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I’m in the same boat you are Captainobvious. My huge issue is the war and getting out troops the **** out but I refuse to vote for someone who isn’t even in office and has cried twice already because she thought she was out of the race. Obama just doesn’t have the experience I would like. I guess I only have one option left... Write in Mike Tyson :)
 

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mccain is benefitting from obama and clinton trying to tear each other apart. i think he'll end up winning which means the troops might as well take up permanent residency in iraq.
I'm going for McCain because Hilary is the anti-Christ for one thing. Obama would get my vote if I trusted him. I know McCain is shitty. I expect that, but I'm more scared of the other two. Also, I put $300 on McCain on sportsbook. I got great odds.
 

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The thing with Obama is that all he does is preach for change. Well, what exactly are we changing? Or how are we going to do that with out blowing away even more trillions of dollars?

Hillary...I don't think I even need to go there.

McCain, I've forgotten where he stands besides keeping us in Iraq.

Ron Paul was the right guy IMO. He seemed to be the best choice, but the media never gave him any time, and they pretty much forgot about him in the debates. He wasn't given a fair shot IMO.
 

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Hillary is desperate and trying what ever she can to sink Obama, he doesn't retaliate to those attacks in the same way,she help send the troops to a war that should have never happened, he oppose it and keeps trying to maintain a positive campain and who ever took on the presidency with experience, the man is young, smart and tenacious,and most of all he's humble what more qualifications does he need, he could have been a millionare ten times over instead he chooses to help this comfused country find it's way, he's made it clear that it's not just up to him to bring a change for the better, it's up to all of us to pitch in and help and that's were the problem lies half the population it's got their heads up their asses..
 

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Fukk Obama. Fukk Hilary. I'm rolling with McCain. The war in Iraq needs to finish. We can't pull out just to pull out. McCain will keep the troops there till the job is done. Not only that, but isn't McCain a big boxing fan? That's a good thing
 

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the fact of the matter the troops are going to be in iraq for the foreseeable future. obama and clinton are making comments about bringing the troops home that won't be fulfilled. hell, all politicians make a bunch of promises that they can't keep while campaigning.
 
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