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2008-05-08 07:04:43 AM
cantsleep: Surool: Do you like hearing that I switched because she campaigns like a low life scum sucking republican?

Couldn't care less really, neither party is a bastion of integrity or honesty. Polar Bear Cub: What...that Clinton loves blow jobs? Because thats about all I ever heard from you guys

I haven't voted for a (R) for pres. since Bush I. I simply stated that the same tone of comments about the Clintons are now coming from both sides.


so...you havent voted for an (R) since the last election?
 
2008-05-08 07:06:43 AM
Desterion: Wil stopped being relevant when he first announced his support for Obama

then i guess most of the country is irrelevent now.

enjoy your landslide loss.
 
2008-05-08 07:07:41 AM
Wil.... you summed up the democrats in one little phrase... in your own words "DEMS: I'm going back to sleep."

Obama is just a slicker version of a pulpit pimp.. and you fell for it.

and for you people still in Hillary's camp.. wow.. can you be more pathetic?
 
2008-05-08 07:08:44 AM
As someone who was once stalked by an ex-girlfriend, I'm getting a real kick out of some of these replies.

And someone actually married her recently.
 
2008-05-08 07:12:06 AM
It's my understanding that Hillary Clinton must stay in it until the end. If she quits now, she'll be contractually obligated to her lenders to pay back money borrowed for her campaign; but if she finishes (even if she loses) the campaigning debts are erased. Can anyone back me up on that?

That said, I agree very much with the sentiments expressed in Wil Wheaton's essay.

In my opinion, a fundamental change is needed in order to undo the damage of Dumbya Bush and his cronies and Obama is the best candidate for the job.
 
2008-05-08 07:13:48 AM
so...you havent voted for an (R) since the last election?

Reread my post.
Bush1 not W.
 
2008-05-08 07:13:57 AM
burndtdan: Earguy: The only thing I'd have an issue with is the whole "John McCain is the bush 3rd term." McCain and Bush have clashed many times, McCain has been called a betrayer of the Republicans because he's been so bipartisan, and the two don't even like each other.

coulda fooled me


Like democrats don't do photo ops. I bet you hug your fat aunt Barbara at family gathering but you cant stand her either, because she smells like cat food.
 
2008-05-08 07:14:18 AM
randomizetimer: TheDumbBlonde: Another minor "celebrity" endorsement. I'm convinced now.

fixed it for you.


Unless you get your political info from People mag, any celebrity endorsement is minor , if not plain rediculous.
 
2008-05-08 07:14:51 AM
JohnnyC: simsite9: Yeah, you're not sexist, Wil.

You can't call everyone a sexist who isn't voting for Hillary. Most people I know would happily vote for a female candidate if she happened to be the best candidate running. Hillary is not the best candidate running in my opinion. That fact does not make me a sexist, it just means Hillary is not the best candidate in my mind and many others.

Calling everyone a who doesn't like her a sexist only reflects much more about you, than the people you call a sexist.


I can't believe I was so subtle that you missed the irony in my fake outrage about the expression "straw man" somehow being sexist.

And I agree with your point 100%.
 
2008-05-08 07:15:28 AM
Would you guys just suck Hussein Obama's cock already and just get it over with?
 
2008-05-08 07:17:21 AM
Xerxes99:
and for you people still in Hillary's camp.. wow.. can you be more pathetic?



liftwhileclimbing.files.wordpress.com
easily.
 
2008-05-08 07:19:58 AM
cantsleep: so...you havent voted for an (R) since the last election?

Reread my post.
Bush1 not W.


ah, reagan 2, the final battle.

his son has actually topped his unpopularity rating....even truman's unpopularity rating.


that's an accomplishment.
 
2008-05-08 07:24:57 AM
Best presidential candidate "in his life". That makes him what? 8 years old? Could even be 16 and that could be true.

/ little respect for Bush
// less for Clinton (Bill)
/// even less for Hillary
/V Obama supporters are a joke.
 
2008-05-08 07:27:15 AM
After reading my comment it came out more biatchy than I intended.

I meant that I think many politicians are nothing but con-artists. They promise everything the people want to hear and then get into their comfy jobs and cling-on and do two things: Jack and Shiat*.

So yeah, they can hug and smile for the camera and pander to the people but after these last eight years I've really grown numb to a lot of inefficient policies.

I really hope that if Obama is elected that he does what he says he will do and not just pay lip-service. I want to see (like I'm sure many of you) results. Action. Something. I know that's not an overnight thing that's why I can't wait until this administration is out of office.

/This is my BOOMSTICK!
 
2008-05-08 07:29:57 AM
stazz: Best presidential candidate "in his life". That makes him what? 8 years old? Could even be 16 and that could be true.

/ little respect for Bush
// less for Clinton (Bill)
/// even less for Hillary
/V Obama supporters are a joke.


if you say that you're a reagan worshipper, your credibility hereby goes straight out the window.
 
2008-05-08 07:30:40 AM
I seem to recall a Jackson fella being extremely disliked(hate is a 4 letter word) especially by the Indians.
 
2008-05-08 07:32:14 AM
You guys want to see a dead political career?
 
2008-05-08 07:33:59 AM
 
2008-05-08 07:35:06 AM
"As many of you know, I'm an enthusiastic Barack Obama supporter. I have never been so excited or inspired by a candidate -- or, really, any leader -- in my life, and I view this election as an historical opportunity -- maybe even a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity -- to not only save my country from the disaster wrought by Bush and Cheney, but fundamentally change how my government interacts with the rest of the world, and how it works for me and my fellow Americans."


This is a joke, right? Do people really think either of Barack, Clinton, or McCain will do anything but maintain the status quo?
 
2008-05-08 07:36:03 AM
stazz: Could even be 16 and that could be true.

He could be close to 60 and it'd still be true. Short of FDR and Eisenhower, both of the major parties have only had shiatty (Carter, Reagan) to mediocre (Clinton, Bush 1) Presidents.

/yes I said it, Reagan was a craptastic President
 
2008-05-08 07:37:52 AM
distopiandreamboy: I seem to recall a Jackson fella being extremely disliked(hate is a 4 letter word) especially by the Indians.

they hate michael jackson in india?

go figure.
 
2008-05-08 07:39:07 AM
Regardless of who gets elected, I predict four more years of fail at the national level.

With both parties selling this election as one of epic importance, it's amazing the best they can come up with is McCain, Obama, or Hillary.

I suspect there is more money to be made in partisan bickering than in the effective management of the country.

Oh well...
 
2008-05-08 07:40:49 AM
Murkanen: stazz: Could even be 16 and that could be true.

He could be close to 60 and it'd still be true. Short of FDR and Eisenhower, both of the major parties have only had shiatty (Carter, Reagan) to mediocre (Clinton, Bush 1) Presidents.

/yes I said it, Reagan was a craptastic President


"I've looked on a lot of women with lust. I've committed adultery in my heart many times"

how could anyone not love carter?

he interviewed with playboy, let willie nelson get high on the whitehouse roof, and believed in the swamp rabbit.
 
2008-05-08 07:42:38 AM
mialynneb: After reading my comment it came out more biatchy than I intended.

I meant that I think many politicians are nothing but con-artists. They promise everything the people want to hear and then get into their comfy jobs and cling-on and do two things: Jack and Shiat*.

So yeah, they can hug and smile for the camera and pander to the people but after these last eight years I've really grown numb to a lot of inefficient policies.

I really hope that if Obama is elected that he does what he says he will do and not just pay lip-service. I want to see (like I'm sure many of you) results. Action. Something. I know that's not an overnight thing that's why I can't wait until this administration is out of office.

/This is my BOOMSTICK!


Sorry to burst your bubble, but Obama will be no different than any other politician. We have had 8 years of Bush and Cheney giving hand jobs to Big Business, and, when Obama wins, he and his party will give head to the unions and the rest of their special interest groups. NOTHING is going to change, and all of you Obama Kool-Aid drinkers need to realize that. The difference between an McCain/Clinton/Obama presidency would be so small you could barely measure them.
 
2008-05-08 07:42:58 AM
McRat: Regardless of who gets elected, I predict four more years of fail at the national level.

With both parties selling this election as one of epic importance, it's amazing the best they can come up with is McCain, Obama, or Hillary.

I suspect there is more money to be made in partisan bickering than in the effective management of the country.

Oh well...


the big money maker is here:
www.fcnl.org
 
2008-05-08 07:44:17 AM
Yeah, baby. I like 'em crazy. The sex is better.

Granted, my heart belongs to Lisa Nowak.
 
2008-05-08 07:44:27 AM
"coulda fooled me"

I'll bet you think when you watch lesbian porn that all those girls are lesbians.

Same thing.
 
2008-05-08 07:45:50 AM
nygenxer: It's my understanding that Hillary Clinton must stay in it until the end. If she quits now, she'll be contractually obligated to her lenders to pay back money borrowed for her campaign; but if she finishes (even if she loses) the campaigning debts are erased. Can anyone back me up on that?

That said, I agree very much with the sentiments expressed in Wil Wheaton's essay.

In my opinion, a fundamental change is needed in order to undo the damage of Dumbya Bush and his cronies and Obama is the best candidate for the job.



The way I heard it she has, personally, loaned her campaign $11.5 million. Haven't heard about any other lenders and/or the terms of those loans. Sorry.

Regardless, one Dem is raising more money in one month than McCain raises in 2 (3?), and the other is loaning their campaign the money it needs to stay afloat. No matter what your stance on 'campaign finance reform' is, you have to admit that it takes money to compete in any election, but especially the presidential general election.

Oh, sure, the eventual Dem nominee, no matter who it is, will be able to raise money for the push to November. But one is starting (at least) $11.5M in the hole, while the other is so far in the black (heh!) he could start running ads for the general election right now and still not have to worry about running out of money before the primary season is over.


/Should money be THE determining factor? Of course not.
//But it's a little more tangible than Hillary's "more electable" claim
///She has already fractured the party by calling to seat FL & MICH
 
2008-05-08 07:45:52 AM
McRat: Regardless of who gets elected, I predict four more years of fail at the national level.

With both parties selling this election as one of epic importance, it's amazing the best they can come up with is McCain, Obama, or Hillary.

I suspect there is more money to be made in partisan bickering than in the effective management of the country.

Oh well...


The whole bottom of the problem is Bush made such an insurmontable mess that nobody can clean it up in 4 years. It will take about a decade to get this country back on track.
 
2008-05-08 07:46:15 AM
re-elect_jimmy_carter: how could anyone not love carter?

I like Carter, but his Presidency was largely a failure. I freely admit a lot of the crap that happened on his watch were far beyond his control, but the man had no leadership ability. Good diplomat, good person, had some good ideas... but a crappy leader nonetheless.
 
2008-05-08 07:46:46 AM
Nestea Plunge

i always thought wayne's ex was pretty hot. dunno why he got with that annoying chinese chick who couldnt sing.
 
2008-05-08 07:51:10 AM
www.monolithpress.com

What the hell?
 
2008-05-08 07:53:40 AM
burndtdan: coulda fooled me

Oh dear...

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i294.photobucket.com

Does this mean that they're all united against us...?

It's like one big political circle jerk!

/ew
 
2008-05-08 07:54:29 AM
Murkanen: re-elect_jimmy_carter: how could anyone not love carter?

I like Carter, but his Presidency was largely a failure. I freely admit a lot of the crap that happened on his watch were far beyond his control, but the man had no leadership ability. Good diplomat, good person, had some good ideas... but a crappy leader nonetheless.


leadership, schmeadership.

all of these presidents are catastrophies and leave the country worse than when they started.

carter had the nixon ford legacy to clean up...
carter didnt cause those problems anymore than reagan brought down communism.

and then there's reagan supplying terrorists in return for terrorists keeping hostages until the inauguration day.


www.declarepeace.org.uk

www.welfarestate.com

i think calling in airstrikes on reagan's grave would be an appropriate response.
 
2008-05-08 07:55:24 AM
Can we get a mulligan and start over? I don't like any of the three choices.

What McRat said: best they can come up with is McCain, Obama, and Hillary?

Gag.
 
2008-05-08 07:58:24 AM
FTFA I have never been so excited or inspired by a candidate -- or, really, any leader -- in my life

freemasonry.bcy.ca

really Wil? ANY leader?

/agrees completely
 
2008-05-08 07:59:28 AM
subby wins the day!
i knight you: best thread Evar!!1!!!eleventy!
 
2008-05-08 08:00:54 AM
re-elect_jimmy_carter

i think calling in airstrikes on reagan's grave would be an appropriate response.

/Wow.... Do you ignorance and hate really run that deep? I pity you.
 
2008-05-08 08:03:09 AM
Xerxes99: re-elect_jimmy_carter

i think calling in airstrikes on reagan's grave would be an appropriate response.

/Wow.... Do you ignorance and hate really run that deep? I pity you.


what would your penalty be for supplying terrorists with missiles?

give him a box of candy?

wow. you people are really soft on terrorism.
 
2008-05-08 08:03:14 AM
re-elect_jimmy_carter:

carter didnt cause those problems anymore than reagan brought down communism.

Illiteracy mixes well with blind hero worship it seems.

/leadership abilities are most important when facing problems that are beyond your control
//it's how you get people to do their best and make needed sacrifices to get through the tough times
 
2008-05-08 08:04:26 AM
The Clintons have always farked the Democratic party. They are GOP light and they have caused major losses to the party every time they are in power. He may have run a good and competent administration but the damage he caused to the party and the country gave us George W Bush.

If the Supers really look at it, what have the Clintons done for the party? Bill never won an election with over 50% of the vote. Had Perot not been running in '92 then Bill would have been another footnote in history. He is not this mythical great campaigner, he was good, but nothing special.
 
2008-05-08 08:05:17 AM
Murkanen: re-elect_jimmy_carter:

carter didnt cause those problems anymore than reagan brought down communism.

Illiteracy mixes well with blind hero worship it seems.

/leadership abilities are most important when facing problems that are beyond your control
//it's how you get people to do their best and make needed sacrifices to get through the tough times


ok, way to get personal.

i guess you have alot more faith in presidents than i do.

good luck with that.
 
2008-05-08 08:06:06 AM
McCain will win. The economy is already rebounding and positive news will really be flowing by November. Its really funny every time we go thru a recession its "shocking". They come about every 7 to 10 years people. Prepare for them, save up during booms.

And don't buy into people saying the "rules" have changed during booms... like the stock market bubble and the real estate bubble. The economy speeds up... then slows down, welcome to capitalism.


Obama would be a really interesting, fresh change of direction... I just think all this brow beating of the economy will play itself out and become 'boring' by November. Kinda like Iraq. Not sure what the next 'big' issue will be.


/not that the POTUS really has much control over economic cycles... no matter how much they try to take credit for it or assign blame
 
2008-05-08 08:06:13 AM
Clinton has an honesty problem...

and weird pant suits. Thats a double strike.

Guess what her third strike was...
 
2008-05-08 08:07:19 AM
AgeOfReason: The Clintons have always farked the Democratic party. They are GOP light and they have caused major losses to the party every time they are in power. He may have run a good and competent administration but the damage he caused to the party and the country gave us George W Bush.

If the Supers really look at it, what have the Clintons done for the party? Bill never won an election with over 50% of the vote. Had Perot not been running in '92 then Bill would have been another footnote in history. He is not this mythical great campaigner, he was good, but nothing special.


clintons are definitely GOP light.

i can understand why repubs hate em so much, it's like looking in the mirror and not liking what you see.
 
2008-05-08 08:08:30 AM
cantsleep: I still love hearing Democrats saying the same things about the Clintons that Republicans have been saying for years.

That though he ran a competent administration he is GOP light and she is a full blown right winger? I have been saying that for years. What do you think the argument against triangulation and the "third way" is? It was their propensity to use the media and support extreme conservative positions when it gained them points that I did not like.
 
2008-05-08 08:10:02 AM
jsteiner78: McCain will win. The economy is already rebounding and positive news will really be flowing by November.


dont hold your breath.

www.taprofessional.de
 
2008-05-08 08:10:42 AM
jsteiner78: Not sure what the next 'big' issue will be.

Civil Rights.

www.saddleback.edu
 
2008-05-08 08:12:46 AM
re-elect_jimmy_carter

/Skip a dose? Sweet jesus you are a sad individual.
 
2008-05-08 08:14:14 AM
Doesn't make any difference really WHO gets elected... I pity the sucker.

The next U.S. President is going to have to deal with skyrocketing fuel prices, inflation, a sagging economy, and debt that is going to take nearly a generation to repay. And that's the easy stuff. The "wars that aren't wars" going on right now? Face it, the second we take the troops out of those regions, all hell is going to break loose. The person who gets the nod? They're going to have to deal with all this crap, and they aren't going to be able to say "Well, don't blame ME!", because they're going to be the ones charged with
"fixing" these issues.

What will that mean? Potentially a rise in taxes, cutting services, forcing big business (and big money) to make changes that they really don't want to make. It'll mean taking on big oil and big industry, if they want to help the "common man", or taking on said common man in favor of big business.

Either way, the next person to become president will likely not see a second term. They are going to get shiat on 60 ways to Sunday.

Hmmm... maybe I will vote for Hillary.
 
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