Part of me wants Obama to win.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by VisuTrac, May 2, 2012.


  1. VisuTrac

    VisuTrac Ваша мать носит военные ботинки Site Supporter+++

    Hear me out.

    For the past 4 years Obama has been complaining that the current state of affairs was not his. He inherited it.

    Well, if we elect someone new, they can use the same old lame excuse. (unless by the grace of God Ron Paul wins .. he won't use any excuse, he'll just get something done)

    So I think Obama should win, He made the bed he should lie in the stink.

    And on that note, I should see if i can find enough money to buy preps/fuel and taxes to float until the 2016 election. (y) C'mon Powerball!
     
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  2. Gray Wolf

    Gray Wolf Monkey+++

    He didn't inherit 16 trillion dollars of debt. He didn't inherit the unemployment that we now have. Those things happened on his watch. If he gets re-elected, he can finish flushing the USA down the toilet like he has been doing for the last four years..
     
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  3. Silversnake

    Silversnake Silverback

    He would still say any further debt, etc. is part of what he inherited.
     
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  4. oth47

    oth47 Monkey+

    I'm kinda curious about how much more damage he could do before the country riles up and says "no more"..
     
  5. Gafarmboy

    Gafarmboy Monkey+++

    Been thinking the same thing..

    In my humble opinion, Romney is just a continuation of the same. I can see no major ideological differences. If we allow this communist abomination that is currently playing president for the USA to continue, more people will be forced to pay attention to the game of GO that is being with their lives. The second positive point to his re-election would that we would be through with his ideas in four years, perhaps giving Rand Paul a shot. However, with Romney, we are certain to get EIGHT more years of the same. Whereas I am not the only one feeling this way, it does not seem to be in the majority, YET. To say that I am deeply conflicted would be an understatement.[loco]

    Gafarmboy
    If you can not protect what you own, you won't own it long.
     
  6. TnAndy

    TnAndy Senior Member Founding Member

    It should be obvious to everyone in this country ( though it clearly isn't ) that voting, at least on the national level, is a complete rigged game........a game fostered to merely give the illusion we have some say in the course of affairs, when, in fact, we have NONE.

    I will never vote again in anything above the county level of elections. The only way to force their hand and show the game is fixed is to withdraw your support.
     
  7. mysterymet

    mysterymet Monkey+++

    Oh come on. Hold your nose and vote romney.
     
  8. Clyde

    Clyde Jet Set Tourer Administrator Founding Member

    This will not happen. The sheep sleep.
     
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  9. Clyde

    Clyde Jet Set Tourer Administrator Founding Member

    I had this discuss with my mom. Not a pleasant one in which I stated, "I am tired of voting for the president who is just slightly better than the other. Romney is a blue dog republican.....who created healthcare for Massachussets that was used as a basis for the drafting of Obamacare. He was for the assault weapons ban and the Brady bill and very pro abortion. Now, he is on the opposite side of all these issues. He makes flip-flopping an art and probably was a line cook at the international house of pancakes given is great skills!

    Needless to say, she said she couldn't believe I was going to vote for Obama. did I say that? No. I simply stated that Romney sucks, but he doesn't suck as bad as Obama.

    Rather than focus on the presidential race, we should put all our money into getting candidates into the House and Senate that can make the change. All the focus is on the president? We need to take back our representatives so they can check the president.

    :oops: Rant off!
     
  10. Alpha Dog

    Alpha Dog survival of the breed

    I really don't think we have a choice for this election and will be stuck with Oboma no matter what we are going to do. Alot of the hippie nation still back him and believe that the problems are from the last president. Then alot of the black citizens is going to vote for him simply because he is black. Then others are going to vote for him out of fear being labled a racist and for the possible rumor of a nation wide uprising of the blacks and others if not put back into office. So all I can say if prepare to bunker in, stock supplies and ride out the storms ahead. Pray that one day we will be able to take our goverment back to be controled by the people..
     
  11. Clyde

    Clyde Jet Set Tourer Administrator Founding Member

    I know you guys tried it in the 1860s, but I could see a repeat. The coasts have been reeducated to the point that they believe the constitution is something everyone does once a day in the privacy of their bathroom.
     
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  12. TheEconomist

    TheEconomist Creighton Bluejay Site Supporter+

    I dont care anymore. We all lose in the end.
     
  13. Today I got a flat tire, my dog got nuetered,the fish aren't biting and I can't spell.......IT'S BUSHES FAULT!!!!!!!
     
  14. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    I really don't want Obama to win...

    I really don't want Obama to win...I want the candidate that the Republicans were prepared to give the Presidential nomination to, to win. Then I want to listen to the right wing / conservatives bleat, how their president is a screw up and how he's undermining the constitution and the American way of life. It will make a refreshing change from bleating about Nobama.
     
  15. LukeK

    LukeK Monkey

    +1
     
  16. Catullus

    Catullus Monkey+ Site Supporter++

    Hmmmmm Obama or Obama light????

    Pass on both.
     
  17. bunkerguy

    bunkerguy Monkey


    ...ARE YOU ****ING HIGH?
     
  18. TwoCrows

    TwoCrows Monkey+

    I'm not sure that there will BE an election.

    Too many things point to a "crisis" being manufactured and martial law declared, with the elections postponed until things get better, which they never will.
     
  19. VisuTrac

    VisuTrac Ваша мать носит военные ботинки Site Supporter+++

    Nope, not yet. Soon as zero getz me some of his bama bucks I coudz get me some herb to party with.

    Until then, just quietly prepare for the worst that will be coming this fall.

    And nope, no winning power ball tickets yet.

    but i still have hope that there will be a change that he promised oh so many years ago.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zi15OtKquD0

    Oh, I guess that is change.
     
  20. TomTurk

    TomTurk Monkey

    The thought that for even a fact one could see that one is without fault on either side basically seems that one side is gonna go "This person is wrong and the other is right and pious" while the other side will flip on that as well.

    In the end, Its two guys pushing at it in a place where I honestly think half the time its not about the normal people who vote but who is funneling the most money and other points into the game of the politics they are playing.

    If Obama wins then he has 4 years to get his head up straight and fly right. If Romney wins then he is gonna have to prove a right to show he is better. I'm not going to believe on a drop of a whim that just because a new guy wins it is gonna get better.

    The basis stands still in some way, How can you tell when a Politician is lying? His mouth is moving.
     
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