Discussion in 'General Chat' started by souggy, Aug 31, 2011.
Source: Never-Wrong Pundit Picks Obama to Win in 2012 - Washington Whispers (usnews.com)
I'm not terribly enthusiastic about Obama but when I look over the Republican or Independent candidates, I'm like oh boy. I like them even less.
Of course, our pundit could miss the mark this time but judging from what I see out there, I don't think he will miss this time either.
There is always your first time.
"i believe this common-sense model wil benefit our nation: Control spending, keep regulations fair and predictable, and simplify the tax code to once again spark job creation. The alternative is economic ruin." Rick Perry
Ron Paul, you hear me???
Voted for him last time but.....oops.....the people of America did not do their homework. Remember....voting is not a game....it is serious, you get one AND ONLY ONE chance to get it right
rolling7, it's laughable you think that McCain would do better!
I did not think Mccain was better than Paul but I KNEW anyone was better than Obama.
ANYONE at all is better than Obama? Really?
Ok, guess I'm wrong! No other person would be better than Obama at creating the mess we are in today. I'll give you and Obama that much credit.
rumor is that obama will tell us that unemployment rate will stay above 6 percentage until 2016.
that's why we need Obama.. he's real and definitely not lying about it.
Rick Perry would have a chance if he drop his creationist agenda.
But instead, people just think of him as a loony-bin.
If some whacknut creationist becomes president (again), I am leaving the country. Such ridiculous ignorance should not be tolerated at any level.
I've never been accused of that before. That's a first.
I am sympathetic to the small-l libertarian school, but I am officially tired of politics.
"Politics and religion are obsolete. The time has come for science and spirituality." -- Jawaharlal Nehru
I'm waiting... seriously, the human species needs to grow the f**k up!
I was thinking the same thing.
Nice quote. I'll have to borrow that. Thanks!
Help me understand something. You consistently defend Obama and yet you're a Ron Paul supporter. Ron Paul is pretty much opposite from Obama on nearly every issue. Ron Paul supports seriously scaling back the federal government in every area while Obama wants to expand it. I mean, the guy's even connected to Lew Rockwell, who bills himself as "anti-state". How do you square that? Why support two completely opposite pols?
I am voting for my dog MARTY !
I defend Obama because I knew what he was up against when he was elected, so I am not TOO disappointed he didn't fulfill my wishes. He is a master of compromises and the best man for the job at this point. However, I feel that social and economic changes are coming soon, and I simply believe Ron Paul to be best suited for those challenges. That is just my opinion, though, and of course I could be wrong.
Ron Paul is nothing more than the conservative counterpart of Ralph Nader. All talk cause he knows he'll never have to make good on anything. If he were in the hot seat, he'd see it's a whole different ballgame. If you want to be Prez, you gotta play ball with the corporations, the other party, and his own. That's what happened to Obama. Good luck :roll:
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