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    and give the replulicans a taste of their own mud slinging medicine
    Again. I'm not sure what world you people live in, where the Dems don't sling mud.

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    Obama is god shut the **** up. Democrats never sling mud or lie or slander or rewrite history. Only republicans do.
    "Compromise, hell! That's what has happened to us all down the line -- and that's the very cause of our woes. If freedom is right and tyranny is wrong, why should those who believe in freedom treat it as if it were a roll of bologna to be bartered a slice at a time?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider_Vet View Post
    I am sad it was not Clinton but I like Uncle Joe. I think Obama/Clinton would of been a unbeatable ticket. I can only hope that with McCain moving up in the polls that Joe will be the attack dog we need and give the replulicans a taste of their own mud slinging medicine.
    obama is not stupid enough to pick hilary and hilary isnt dumb enough to join him. I guarantee she is pulling for mccain so she can run in 2012. And isnt it funny how people used to bash bush because they thought cheney was running the country..... well obama lacks even more expierence than bush.... and biden has been is DC for half his life

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    Quote Originally Posted by blenderboy5 View Post
    Obama is god shut the **** up. Democrats never sling mud or lie or slander or rewrite history. Only republicans do.
    Thanks for seeing the light BB. Republicans have been more effective at this then Dem's for sometime now. I am sick and tired of Dem's trying to play the moral highground by saying they wont mud sling and then only do it to a minimum. This is war for the highest office on earth. I say bring out the big guns and bash the hell out of Republicans. IMO use whatever works on idiot America.

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    I am sick and tired of Dem's trying to play the moral highground by saying they wont mud sling and then only do it to a minimum.
    So what do you call claiming that Mccain is owned by big oil, and will look to hurt the poor to fill the pockets of oil execs?

    What do you call the implication that the Republicans are racist?

    What do you call the class warfare that paints Republicans as hating the poor?

    Is that moral high ground to you?

    I am sick and tired of democrats trying to have it both ways. Taking cheap shots at the Republicans, but then acting completely mortified when anyone says anything negative about Obama, regardless of context.

    I say bring out the big guns and bash the hell out of Republicans. IMO use whatever works on idiot America.
    See. You call it "idiot America" but how do you know you aren't one of the idiots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcoll View Post
    So what do you call claiming that Mccain is owned by big oil, and will look to hurt the poor to fill the pockets of oil execs?

    What do you call the implication that the Republicans are racist?

    What do you call the class warfare that paints Republicans as hating the poor?

    Is that moral high ground to you?

    I am sick and tired of democrats trying to have it both ways. Taking cheap shots at the Republicans, but then acting completely mortified when anyone says anything negative about Obama, regardless of context.


    See. You call it "idiot America" but how do you know you aren't one of the idiots?
    I know I am not part of idiot America because my views differ from you're own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider_Vet View Post
    Thanks for seeing the light BB. Republicans have been more effective at this then Dem's for sometime now. I am sick and tired of Dem's trying to play the moral highground by saying they wont mud sling and then only do it to a minimum. This is war for the highest office on earth. I say bring out the big guns and bash the hell out of Republicans. IMO use whatever works on idiot America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider_Vet View Post
    I know I am not part of idiot America because my views differ from you're own?
    You're asking me?

    Also. I wasn't asking that question to call you an idiot. It just strikes me as odd, that a large majority of people, seem to think that the majority of people are stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Game_Over View Post
    ON all websites!!
    Old news. Had a thread stating he was getting Secret Service protection last night.

    You would have to ask mods where the thread went to.

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    To bring it back to the topic of Biden....

    I think in the long run, this hurts Obama. He would have been way better off picking Hillary.

    I assume the pick was made because of Biden's foreign policy experience.....but doesn't Biden agree a lot with John Mccain on a lot of foreign policy issues?

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    Have you seen the McCain commercial about this? Biden and McCain do have stuff they agree on and they have respect for each other
    "Compromise, hell! That's what has happened to us all down the line -- and that's the very cause of our woes. If freedom is right and tyranny is wrong, why should those who believe in freedom treat it as if it were a roll of bologna to be bartered a slice at a time?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Game_Over View Post
    Well this move is obviously for the people who are scared about his experiance and for that it is a great choice.. I heard on the news earlier before this came out though that there is still a large group of Hillary supporters that are going to McCain or are still undecided and for those voters this isn't good.. Anyways I still think Obama has this wrapped up either way.. I don't think this is a bad pick though he would be my 3rd choice for Obama, in no way do I think this is bad.. On a different note I know this is way out there but if there was a VP for McCain that would probably swing my vote I would love Collin Powel.. I know its a strech and never will happen but I really like that guy and thought many years ago he would be the first Black Presidant!! Just my thought!!
    Collin Powel would actually swing my vote as well.. I also thought that he would be the first black President..

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    Powell has pretty much said he won't endorse either candidate... But he's hinted at Obama support.

    I read a piece on cnn.com by Gergen (something like "Obama needs a game changer") where he suggested it could be a good idea for Obama to at least partially assemble a group of likely cabinet members in order to assuage the reservations of independent voters who are worried about him being inexperienced by showing he has a strong team put together. If he did that, and he could land at least one name like Powell (if not Powell himself) as part of that group, I think it would be a pretty major asset.
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    Clinton Statement on Obama’s Biden Pick

    Clinton Statement on Obama’s Biden Pick

    “In naming my colleague and friend Joe Biden to be the vice presidential nominee, Barack Obama has continued in the best traditions for the vice presidency by selecting an exceptionally strong, experienced leader and devoted public servant. Senator Biden will be a purposeful and dynamic vice president who will help Senator Obama both win the presidency and govern this great country.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apophis View Post
    Collin Powel would actually swing my vote as well.. I also thought that he would be the first black President..
    Except that he's working with Obama these days...
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