Another round of crappy presidental canidates

United States
April 11, 2008 8:48am CST
I dont like none of the three out there right now, if you ask me we did a crappy job chosing our canidates. i guess i can deal with Mccain, but it seems as the running continues more and more things are showing about the demecrates that shows they arent right to run a country. What do you think about this?
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@DavidReedy (2411)
• United States
12 Apr 08
Wow,,, there's a whole lot of people, who have a whole lot to learn in this forum--no offense meant toward poster, either... Look, the only three candidates that were at all, individuals for the united states were democrats Dennis Kucinich, and Mike Gravel and Republican Ron Paul. Kucinich and Gravel are out, and Paul is misrepresented and disenfranchised every possible moment. ...If you haven't figured out by now that the "two-party system" is an elitist joke, you may never do so--research the relationships between the Clintons and the Bushes and their policies--they are continuations of each other, i.e. corporate/elitist/anti-American. McCain was "chosen" by the media/GOP because his job is simply to lose to the dems, it's most likely a Hillary/Obama ticket regardless of who has what title. All of these characters are members of the CFR, and recieve big money from AIPAC--none of them are interested in peace, and none of them are interested in fixing the economy--they are owned by the ones destroying it! If you need evidence, for any of these claims, I'll debate ya, and introduce you (anyone here who reads this) to people who know... www.myspace.com/trypsoul3 David A. Reedy...
• United States
16 Apr 08
Bravo, wonderfully said. Aingealicia
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• United States
16 Apr 08
Thank you, it took a moment of thought, I wish I could have put it a bit more eloquently, and supplied a little bit more evidence... But, all they I said, was taken off of the top of my head... I really no chronicle all the crazy connections, factoids, and nefarious legislation that's all come together in the past few years, pre- and post- 9-11. DR...
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• United States
16 Apr 08
DR, I think we have much in common. I do have my site up on my personal page. I will check out your myspace when I log in next and add you if you like. I hold fast to that journalists creed. It is important to me, Murrow is my hero for journalist, and I am willing to go to jail to protect those who can not speak Take care. Aingealia
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@Aingealicia (1906)
• United States
12 Apr 08
I so much agree. I don't know who to vote for, I am voting for Colbert or not at all because of the situation. Ainge
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• United States
12 Apr 08
is Colbert a libertarian? I dont really follow them because i dont think there is any chance for libertarians to make office in this time and age.
• United States
16 Apr 08
I know what you mean, but look at my occupation. I live by the journalism creed. I must say and write what people have a right to know, freedom of speech is wonderful and for so long I stayed silent. I feel it is better for me to vote my conscience and live with that, than vote for the people who are going to destroy this world. I shall not have a hand in that vote. It is either that or don't vote. Ainge
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• United States
16 Apr 08
I Love what you had to say about living by the journalist's creed... If only that were a common thing today. You put more stock in Colbert than I ever would, but that's alright--whattya' think it would mean if by some bizarre chance, he had stayed in the running--and actually won? Wow, that'd be crazy. Just some thoughts, DR...
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@dreamy1 (3818)
• United States
11 Apr 08
Why don't you run if you think you can do a better job? People just love to sit back and complain how bad things are but they don't do a darn thing about trying to change it all they can do is complain.
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• United States
11 Apr 08
I have done everything i can do right now, i voted for someone that would help, that I liked and he didnt make it, so now all we can do is speak our minds, what else am i gonna do, not old enough to run, think about what you say, before your so rude.
@dreamy1 (3818)
• United States
12 Apr 08
So you gonna run when you're old enough?
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• United States
14 Apr 08
I will if it still need to be by then, so maybe we shall see, but i just want to let you know that i have done everything i can, there are just to many stupid people out there that override smart people that dont want to be controlled
• United States
11 Apr 08
..Could they do worse than Bush?? no, just kidding. I am still trying to read up on them a figure this all out because Im a little bit baffled as what decision I should be making. Im not looking a candidate that is perfect but a candidate that won't do a complete 360 when elected into office. I feel that could happen with Obama (even though my better self wants to be optimistic, and still deciding) and McCain, well McCain is just stated it like it is--he's all about the War
• United States
11 Apr 08
well i dont like teh war, but we do need a good war monger to finish this war out, Obama has lied one to many times to me, and the same with hilary, i odnt like mccain but i guess thats where i have to go on my vote.
@lisan23 (444)
• United States
11 Apr 08
When has Obama lied? Did you know out of all 3 candidates he is the ONLY one who has openly said that if elected he will have members of all 3 parties on his cabinet in an effort to run a more balanced government? As for John McCain and honesty, what a joke. No one really digged when the lobbyist story came out. Turns out that McCain did in fact have a relationship with Paxton Communications - a coporation that the alleged lobbyist represents - back in 1999. There was an FCC review of the company and it's practices. McCain wrote a letter to the FCC on behalf of Paxton Communications in exchange for a $20,000 donation and use of their corporate jet. And Vicki, the lobbyist he supposedly never met, shared a plane ride with him. I will not vote for a man who is so eager to help the corporations. I can't find the quote right now, but McCain also said that he admits he knows very little about how the economy works. With the current state of our economy electing a president who doesn't understand how it works would be completely irresponsible.
• United States
11 Apr 08
if you read what i said then you would know that i said i didnt like any of them, i never said that Mccain never lied, i dont like mccain, but if i have to chose out of the three i would perfer him. Obama has lied, as most politics lie over and over, like you said i dont know where the quotes are that prove his lying, and at first i thought that i may actually vote demecrate, which is totally against what i believe, and go for Obama, but here recently i just noticed that that wasnt a good idea at all, I will never vote Hilary, she jsut has this vibe, so i guess i have to go with mccain, but he has a vibe that i dont like either. but out of three douchbags you have to pick the one that fits you most. thanks for your responce
@slickcut (8141)
• United States
11 Apr 08
I am with you on this...I am so disgusted that i don't even know if i want to vote....and that is rare for me...I do not like any of these canadates..I really don't think any one of them are any good in my opinion...