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    xxDoLLarBiLLxx is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    I think the Biden pick is really good because if not, MCcain wouldn't have used the "lame clinton backlash" as an attack ad. All Obama and Biden have to do now is to tie McCain with George Bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealDragon View Post
    I dunno if I mentioned this before but can I just quip that in response to Hillary's die hard supporters... if by the end of the convention they don't come to their senses they're not real Democrats. To sacrifice your beliefs and the sake of your country because you want to spite the person who bested her in competition is ridiculous and shows a weakness in morals and character that should literally be criminal. I can't describe how infuriating it is to hear about the 25% of her supporters who would vote for John McCain because she didn't get the nomination. The audacity of that supposition just sunders my hopes for humanity. They don't deserve to be called Democrats.

    Same goes for the weak willed and feeble spirited Republicans who won't vote for John McCain because they wanted Huckabee.
    Actually I see this more as a peculiarity of the "big tent" approach on forming political parties. After all, the Democratic party isn't the pure bastion of liberalism like it is often made out to be. There actually are quite a few right-wingers who are (or were) democrats. Just look at Joe Lieberman for a splendid example.

    Thus there actually might be democrats who don't think that Obama is the best choice for POTUS, just like there are Republicans for Obama.

    Then again, who knows how many of these so-called Clinton supporters actually are Clinton supporters at heart? Need I remind anyone of Operation Chaos?

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    Joseph Biden.

    What a boring choice. Now McCain can do the right move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4n0nm0$ View Post
    Joseph Biden.

    What a boring choice. Now McCain can do the right move.
    And drop out?

    Seriously, though, I can't imagine anyone McCain picking having any impact at all on my view of the current Republican nomination.

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    Didn't they say he was picking Romney?



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    it doesn't matter i'm voting for Obama becasue McCain is too old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saizou View Post
    Actually I see this more as a peculiarity of the "big tent" approach on forming political parties. After all, the Democratic party isn't the pure bastion of liberalism like it is often made out to be. There actually are quite a few right-wingers who are (or were) democrats. Just look at Joe Lieberman for a splendid example.

    Thus there actually might be democrats who don't think that Obama is the best choice for POTUS, just like there are Republicans for Obama.

    Then again, who knows how many of these so-called Clinton supporters actually are Clinton supporters at heart? Need I remind anyone of Operation Chaos?
    Thats what this party is though. Its the liberal party, social and economic... I know its not the ultra-left-wing party (it should be) but I can't do anything about the image. The republicans have defined us in recent decades in a strange way that we just can't seem to shake. Somehow "Liberal" now means "far-left-wing" and "Conservative" means "moderate". Its bullshit really.

    And from everything I've heard about Lieberman... he never was a real democrat. He's a wolf in sheep's clothing... a conservative at heart and a Democrat in name... Let me wiki one of his positions to give my opinion some weight....



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    That explains a lot.

    Now only to wait for him to come out a closet socialist homosexual gamer so we can finally start calling him something other than democrat.

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    Nice name.

    Obama Bin Biden.

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    ^ Hahaha. Sweet. I can imagine Barry chose Biden to make sum points with teh old voterz. He's not that known in foreign countries like McCain or Liebermann.

    Could be likely that McCain will choose Romney/ Huckabee to make the evangelical choose him. Though these religious group are kind of tired and disappointed of politics after Bs. Would be a good choice of republicans not to root for them again.

 

 
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