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Thread: Bush VS Obama

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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    Why is no :Fvck em' both" option available?
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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    How about neither? You left that answer off...
    I agree. I favor most of the Democratic agenda, but it shouldn't always be "Democrat vs. Republican"

    Libertarians and other 3rd parties would have a chance if they weren't excluded from the presidential debates.

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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    I suppose it's better to prefer the original then the clone eh?

    If I had to vote, it's Dubya.
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    Re: Bush VS Obama

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    Obama was a community organizer so is very in touch with what is going on in real America culturally
    what IS a community organizer? is this like "the emperor's new clothes" or does everyone really know but me?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    He is culturally not American? What does that mean exactly? He's not in the 66% of this country that is grossly overweight? He's never lived in a trailer park? He has a college education? He doesn't speak Ebonics? What does 'culturally American' mean? Because I'm pretty sure you could put Obama in any major American city and he'd be able to fit right in.
    I think it's because he's black.

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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by Kali View Post
    Obama was a community organizer so is very in touch with what is going on in real America culturally
    I seriously hope that was a sarcastic joke

    I recently overheard a conversation where two job hunters were talking about including "community organizer" on their resume as both a skill and experience.

    Had a good laugh on that one.

    Oh and I did not vote as there was not an option that fit, sorry.
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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom View Post
    I agree. I favor most of the Democratic agenda, but it shouldn't always be "Democrat vs. Republican"

    Libertarians and other 3rd parties would have a chance if they weren't excluded from the presidential debates.
    Which is why they are excluded.

    Seems independent thinking is far too dangerous a weapon for the two major parties to allow to be used against them, and there is way too much at stake (I believe well beyond what any of us regular people believe) for anyone currently in power to chance the loss of that power.
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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    Can anyone give an honest answer to a question that is comparing a President who had 8 years to effect this country to one who has had just his first 8 months & took over a nation on the verge of it's 2nd great depression? (opinion:...Largely caused by the policies/Ineptness of his predecessor) Could that possibly be meaningful at all?
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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    I'd go with neither if I could. They each have some unique things I dislike, and they share some things I dislike. On the things they share, Obama is worse than Bush on. I also at least liked a few more things Bush did than Obama. So I voted Bush.

    Granted, this is like voting between being punched in the gut and getting a titty twister.

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    Re: Bush VS Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeddbird View Post
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    A man of wealth and taste, eh?

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