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View Poll Results: Of the three Candidates, who would you vote for in November 2008?

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  • Bush (R)

    8 15.69%
  • McCain (R)

    11 21.57%
  • Obama (D)

    32 62.75%
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    i voted bush.. i would go with Mccain, i think Mccain would do a better job on a lot more issues... but i'm scared of his immigration policy. and that is my primary concern going into this election.

    reasons why immigration is my top concern?

    1. the economy will figure itself out. like the 19% rise in home purchases last month.. now that prices are low people are buying them up again. people put to much blame of the president when its going bad and too much credit when its going good. the federal reserve and other things are much more impotrant then whos in office
    2. the iraq war... no matter whos elected we wont be out of iraq in 4 years anyway so that doesn't matter
    3. education... department of educations division.. not the presidents
    4 foreign policy? ... blah.. to much to get into here
    5. health care? don't favor socialism.. and i don't like more taxes... so whoever stop universal heath care.. i say good job
    6 taxes... GWB just gave us some tax rebates... besides... how are we gonna cut the deficit with tax cuts? or we could raise everything like california does to cover obamas social society plan
    7... bush is funny
    8... i just like the guy... he seems like fun (i know ima get blasted 4 that one)
    9... immigration is here on the streets of LA... its not some thing happening somewhere else.. this is in your face daily and it affects everything from the state budget and taxes to the school system...
    10... because it pisses hippie liberal douches off!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadarn View Post
    same here. I kind of like that the guy doesn't give a ****.
    yeah good reason! This state of mind only seems to be hurting us in just about every aspect of executive policy.

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    PHX, this thread is clearly a joke, as most people are taking it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiTownSports View Post
    PHX, this thread is clearly a joke, as most people are taking it
    hence my sarcasm, but there are actually people who would vote for this guy. It's a shame is approval rating is as high as 27%

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHX-SOXFAN View Post
    hence my sarcasm, but there are actually people who would vote for this guy. It's a shame is approval rating is as high as 27%
    I have no disagreements with this post

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    Obama, although Bush MIGHT be a little better than McCain.

    I would need to see what McCain would have done with the war/economy this last term to compare.

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    umm im one of those who would vote again 4 him...

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    I would vote for them to be deported to africa and be feeded to lions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Fluty View Post
    i voted bush.. i would go with Mccain, i think Mccain would do a better job on a lot more issues... but i'm scared of his immigration policy. and that is my primary concern going into this election.

    reasons why immigration is my top concern?

    1. the economy will figure itself out. like the 19% rise in home purchases last month.. now that prices are low people are buying them up again. people put to much blame of the president when its going bad and too much credit when its going good. the federal reserve and other things are much more impotrant then whos in office
    2. the iraq war... no matter whos elected we wont be out of iraq in 4 years anyway so that doesn't matter
    3. education... department of educations division.. not the presidents
    4 foreign policy? ... blah.. to much to get into here
    5. health care? don't favor socialism.. and i don't like more taxes... so whoever stop universal heath care.. i say good job
    6 taxes... GWB just gave us some tax rebates... besides... how are we gonna cut the deficit with tax cuts? or we could raise everything like california does to cover obamas social society plan
    7... bush is funny
    8... i just like the guy... he seems like fun (i know ima get blasted 4 that one)
    9... immigration is here on the streets of LA... its not some thing happening somewhere else.. this is in your face daily and it affects everything from the state budget and taxes to the school system...
    10... because it pisses hippie liberal douches off!!!
    Bush and McCain have the exact same immigration policy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHX-SOXFAN View Post
    hence my sarcasm, but there are actually people who would vote for this guy. It's a shame is approval rating is as high as 27%
    About that many people still believe Saddam was behind 9/11.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ari1013 View Post
    About that many people still believe Saddam was behind 9/11.
    good point, I wonder where they got that information. Could it be from the countless times Dick Cheney or anyone in a Republican primary debate justifies the Iraq invasion with "they attacked us"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ari1013 View Post
    Bush and McCain have the exact same immigration policy.
    Bush and mccain are not right wing conservatives.

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    Romney/Schrute

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    Quote Originally Posted by v3n0m View Post
    I would vote for them to be deported to africa and be feeded to lions...
    Anyone who uses the word 'feeded' doesn't get a say on the matter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHG722 View Post
    Anyone who uses the word 'feeded' doesn't get a say on the matter...
    hahahahahahahahahahaha

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