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FngrBANG 06-30-2008 19:11

H4y guyz! Let's all vote OBAMA!
 
For obvious reasons!


And while we're on that subject...


How about you provide said "obvious reasons?"


Use logic & sh*t. Use faxtz. Prove that Obama is a valid choice for the American Presidency...



'Cuz somehow I doubt that you are going to vote for him based off of his actual Senate track record...

GreyGhost 06-30-2008 19:12

:cheers:

FngrBANG 06-30-2008 19:13

:cheers:

claudius 06-30-2008 19:14

:flag:

Odio 06-30-2008 19:14

McCain is an older bush.






**** republicans and their ****ty economy.

epidemic 06-30-2008 19:15

A lot of people will vote for Obama because they are disgusted with the Bush administration and everything associated with them.

mstrike 06-30-2008 19:15

http://img56.imageshack.us/img56/245...5449269yh3.jpg

Vulcan 06-30-2008 19:16

i was going to vote obama and then i realized he was just a magical negro.

Automatic Jack 06-30-2008 19:30

Obvious reason #1: Not Bush

Obvious reason #2: Publicly stated the obvious, that invading Iraq wasn't in our national interest

Obvious reason #3: Has an interest in the Constitution

Obvious reason #4: 4100 dead soldiers and counting...

Obvious reason #5: $4.659 per gallon.

Obvious reason #6: Bear market

HeLLrAiSr 06-30-2008 19:31

why wouldn't i vote for him, given my other choice

Zengei 06-30-2008 19:32

OK, I can't keep the secret anymore guys, it's weighing too heavily on my conscience. FngrBANG, the reason why people will vote for Obama is just to spite you. It's immature and silly, but yeah, that's the reason.

ShartShooter 06-30-2008 19:32

Obvious reason #5: McCain is like 72 years old and people that old are literally deteriorating on every possible level (be it physical, mental, etc.) and I don't want some senile stupid **** running the United States.

triple 06-30-2008 19:33

yes $4.659 dollars per gallon, and you will happily vote for the guy who doesn't want to drill for domestic oil, nor open any more domestic refineries. You'll vote for the guy who will support "alternative energy" only, which will take upwards of a decade or more to implement considering R&D and infrastructure alone.

Its cute how that works. "But.. gas prices!" And then you of course go off and vote for the guy who will make it worse. Awesome.

AvengerX 06-30-2008 19:33

I think its amusing that Obama is going to magically lower gas prices, yet the Democratic Party-led Congress made campaign promises during mid-term elections that the gas prices would be lowered within 2 years. Way to go Democrats!

Zengei 06-30-2008 19:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by triple (Post 13397805)
yes $4.659 dollars per gallon, and you will happily vote for the guy who doesn't want to drill for domestic oil, nor open any more domestic refineries. You'll vote for the guy who will support "alternative energy" only, which will take upwards of a decade or more to implement considering R&D and infrastructure alone.

Its cute how that works. "But.. gas prices!" And then you of course go off and vote for the guy who will make it worse. Awesome.

And you too triple, we're doing it to spite you too.

ShartShooter 06-30-2008 19:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by AvengerX (Post 13397811)
I think its amusing that Obama is going to magically lower gas prices, yet the Democratic Party-led Congress made campaign promises during mid-term elections that the gas prices would be lowered within 2 years. Way to go Democrats!

Yeah way to go Republicans for causing it in the first place! Great blame tactic btw.. brush aside that it is the Republicans fault in your attempt to smear the Democrats for not being able to fix something they didn't cause.

Archimedes 06-30-2008 19:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by triple (Post 13397805)
yes $4.659 dollars per gallon, and you will happily vote for the guy who doesn't want to drill for domestic oil, nor open any more domestic refineries. You'll vote for the guy who will support "alternative energy" only, which will take upwards of a decade or more to implement considering R&D and infrastructure alone.

Its cute how that works. "But.. gas prices!" And then you of course go off and vote for the guy who will make it worse. Awesome.

You're right. Let's just continue pumping gas and forgo pursuing other energy options. :rolleyes:

Of course its going to take some time, but we've known this energy crunch was coming for some time and its pathetic that we're still in the same position.

JuggerNaught 06-30-2008 19:36

exhibit a:

He's not Mccain.

/thread.

Dumpy Dooby 06-30-2008 19:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Automatic Jack (Post 13397783)
Obvious reason #1: Not Bush

Obvious reason #2: Publicly stated the obvious, that invading Iraq wasn't in our national interest

Obvious reason #3: Has an interest in the Constitution

Obvious reason #4: 4100 dead soldiers and counting...

Obvious reason #5: $4.659 per gallon.

Obvious reason #6: Bear market

I love how only like two of those have to do with any of Obama's qualities (with only one of those qualities being unique).


Christ you people are such stupid ****s. :rofl:

AvengerX 06-30-2008 19:37

Yeah, it was the Republicans fault. But the Republicans didn't win both houses of Congress on the promise they'd reduce the gas prices either. Way to lie to the American public, Democrats.


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