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        03-06-2008, 11:39 PM

    Who do you want to win?
    If I could vote, I'd totally go for Obama.
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        03-06-2008, 11:56 PM
    I don't live in the States, but would definitely go Obama as well.
        03-07-2008, 12:17 AM
    Green Broke
    Ahem......this post is going to get dirty.

    I don't want any of them....they all suck. I will not say anything else.
        03-07-2008, 01:47 AM
    Lol....hhhmmm....hilary? If I could vote!!! After what i've been through with jacob in the hospital she's got a great plan for that
        03-07-2008, 02:20 AM
    Yeah let's keep this topic positive... :)
    I can't vote (I'm a minor lol) but I'd go for Obama.
        03-07-2008, 03:45 AM
    Green Broke
    I agree....1 vote for clinton here, I wish there were better choices though. I would really like to hear some views that back up obama, because I havent heard one good thing yet.

    Ok that's my last post here.....sorry lol
        03-07-2008, 06:35 AM
    Please keep this friendly or it will be locked

    That being said, I don't even tell my husband who I vote for so guess I won't post it here.
        03-07-2008, 09:02 AM
    Green Broke
    Hillary and Obama cannot both run for president.

    I hate this. Everyone forgets about the republicans. I think McCain should win actually :roll:

    Hillary won the piliminaries so that's setteled.

    Personally I think we should finish the war in Iraqu. If we pull out, everything will fall appart. The media doesn't show you the good we are doing over there because its Democrat based. Ever listen to Rush-Limbah? He is a hard core Conservative, and he brings in soliders to talk about whats going on over there. The media shows us what they want us to see, and what they want us to see it horrific death. If we pull out, we will have a war with Iran, no doubt about it. Even tho Hillary claims she will pull out the troops quickly, she will not. She is too smart for that, she knows if they pull out huge problems will arise. She will bring alot of them back, but she will leave alot there to still handle things.

    Hillary is also a supporter of World Government, she supports the UN. Which infact her hubby Bill Clinton has been nominated to be president of the UN. Funny how things work huh.

    You notice that in the beginning she supported jobs going over seas. Then suddenly she changed her opinion. Hmm.

    I think that McCain should make Condi Rice his vice president. She would make a wonderful vice. I think alot more people would vote for him too.

    Many of you say "its time for a change". What you don't realize is that there is change, you just don't hear or read about it. 8)

    Just like in a newspaper a few weeks back said that Obama refused to recite the pledge or put his hand over the bible. That was completely not sure. The thing was he didn't put his hand over his heart during the Star Spangled Banner. Which alot of people don't. They do it millitary style. Which isn't disrespectful. See, the media puts alot alot of things wich arn't true. Its up to you to decide what you believe and you don't believe. Me, I don't believe most of the the media tells me.

    But then again, that's just me. I know a bunch of Republicans voted for Hillary because she would be eaiser for McCain to beat then Obama.
        03-07-2008, 12:42 PM
    Green Broke
    I agree Vida! Thanks! Sorry
        03-07-2008, 03:51 PM
    With the direction this nation is going in right now, I see little hope for either McCain or Huckabee.

    Whether the Repb's like it or not, I think this nation is about ready for a Dem.

    That being said, I don't belong to either party, and every political quiz I've ever taken places me right smack in the middle.

    Ron Paul has a lot of good things to say and I think it's a shame that he gets so little media attention. It's resulted in making him a very obscure candidate that I think is worthy of more recognition. I may be tempted to vote for him.

    The other disappointment about this election is the Obama vs. Clinton situation. The simple fact that we very well may have our first African American or Female president is a very historical milestone, but to have them coincide takes something from the overall effect. It's a shame that they couldn't have run in different elections.

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