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  • That warmongering mindset is one ,we have to change.
    I heard Cedric the Entertainer say the other night "We dropped millions and millions of dollars in bombs on Afghanistan and did about $86 worth of damage."....LOL
    Obama has retired military generals advising him....People seem to forget ,he will be briefed AND he will be intelligent enough to ask questions and actually absorb what is being told to him.
    80% of Bush's advisers were against the surge....He listened to the 20%

    February 28, 2008 at 4:44 p.m.

  • Exactly what kind of experience did the dude occupying the White House at the present moment have?  I think this is what these guys have advisors for, right?
    My feeling about McBomb is exactly that, more bombs, more war and possibly a draft which is being ignored at the moment.  Is anyone willing to give up their kids or grandkids for senseless wars?

    February 28, 2008 at 4:31 p.m.

  • I will not vote for Senator Obama due to the fact that he has a serious lack of expereince and some of his policies are a bit off. I won't vote for Hillary because she to narrow minded and only  advocates on fixing one issue and the way she wants to fix is not in the best interest of this country at all. I will vote for Senator John Mccain not only because of his experience but because of his ideas which area really good and quite sound and focus on the bigger picture in both the short-run and the long-run. Go Mccain.

    February 28, 2008 at 9:59 a.m.

  • No surprise here Kenneth
    I might not agree that McCain is a liberal but many conservatives feel that way.
    It has never been about ideology with me,it 's just that  I pick intelligence and the ability to appeal to  both sides are the things I look for.
    I view Obama as Bobby Kennedy but we both see a Kennedy...LOL

    February 28, 2008 at 9:06 a.m.

  • Thank for you commenting chvictoria
    I am sorry to see you leave the Democratic party, and  I really wish you would pay  attention to how Obama handles the interaction between himself and McCain. However vote your conscience and the GOP is lucky to a loyal,knowlegeable, and energetic voter like you.
    Good luck in 08.

    February 28, 2008 at 9 a.m.

  • I CANNOT SEE HOW PEOPLE CAN SUPPORT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA. HE IS A PERSON OF MANY WORDS BUT LITTLE ACTION.  I AM A DEMOCRAT BUT I WILL SUPPORT MCCAIN IF OBAMA IS NOMINATED. I WILL WORK VERY HARD TO GET MCCAIN ELECTED. OBAMA IS NOT THE ANSWER. HE HAS NOT PROVEN TO ME HE IS A LEADER, VOTING PRESENT ON THE TOUGH ISSUES, AND NOT TAKING TIME TO CONDUCT MEETINGS IN THE SENATE WHEN HE WAS APPOINTED CHAIRPERSON OF CERTAIN COMMITTEES.  SOUNDS LIKE A REAL LOOSER TO ME.....

    February 28, 2008 at 6:59 a.m.

  • This is from someone that said Rudy would beat Hillary in the general.......hahahaha

    February 27, 2008 at 9:08 p.m.

  • Shows how weak the Democrats really are. Hillary and Obama? Gonna be a cakewalk for the Republicans again....

    When will the "party of the people" give the American public someone they can vote for? Weren't Kerry and Gore loss enough to convince you to nominate a central figure who could be voted for by all people? Isn't there a centrist Bill Clinton in your party still?

    February 27, 2008 at 7:02 p.m.

  • That's right!!  You heard it here!!  Obama is at the top of his game right now and after this coming Tuesday, it's all over for Hillary.  She will no doubt drop out by Friday March 7 at the latest. 

    The future is now...the future is Obama!

    Yes We Can!! 

    February 27, 2008 at 4:11 p.m.