John McCain's Plan To Blame lloydanthony111 If Barack Looses. Please View Video

United States
October 28, 2008 11:54am CST
John McCain Is Already Prepared To Blame lloydanthony111 For A Barack Obama Loss On November 4th. This morning I received this video from a spy I planted within the McCain/Palin campaign. I can't tell you how devistated I was when I viewed John McCain's plans to blame me for Barack Obama loosing the election on November 4th. I can't believe how he has conspired with the likes of Bill O'Reilly, President Bush, the New York Times and others around the world to put the blame on me if Barack Obama looses this election. I'm also very angry that they even used the initial of my last name "C" in this video. You would think that Lloyd C. would be the last person on their minds, but sources close to the campaign have informed me that both John McCain and Sarah Palin have been monitoring my discussions here at myLot on a daily basis. They've also been reading my posts at the Huffington Post and BarackObama.com. Please view this video. After viewing it, please do the right thing and pull the lever for Barack Obama. I don't want to be blamed for something that I had very little control over. Afterall I'm just "Lloyd Six Pack". Here is the link: http://www.cnnbcvideo.com/index.html?nid=rGcL4wWxjPHNgAsBVJc8jTQ0NTkzODI-&referred_by=5866761-stsCzkx Lloyd
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@Barb42 (4214)
• United States
28 Oct 08
We all know this is just a fake video, but funny. I didn't enjoy the nasty tongue of the old lady, though. I will be voting on Tuesday. We don't have early voting out here where I live. I had rather go on voting day, anyway and see those in the neighborhood that are out exercising their voting privilege.
• United States
28 Oct 08
I was wondering how many people would think that it was real. It's obvious that it's a joke. I love the increased availablity of early voting. I hope it's a trend that will continue in the future. The place I vote is never really that crowded. I usually get there early in the morning. I heard that the lines get longer in the afternoon though. It's great seeing people excercise their right to vote. I can't understand why anyone doesn't get off their AZZ and do it. Regardless of who you voted for, your vote counts. There will be no mandate, so we will have to work together in the end. Best of luck to your candidates and best of luck to mine. Lloyd
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@Barb42 (4214)
• United States
28 Oct 08
There is absolutely no reason for anyone not to vote if my 91 year old mother still goes and votes! I hope both my older grandchildren are ready to vote. I know the granddaughter is, but don't know if her older brother got signed up or not. He's not really interested in politics right now.
@shooie (4984)
• United States
28 Oct 08
lol cute idea for a fake video.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
I don't believe this a fake video. I've been receiving phone calls and emails from around the world saying that I better get my aZZ off the couch and vote on November 4th. I've even got emails from within the McCain/Palin campaign saying how upset they are that the campaign have gone to these lengths to smear a Barack Obama supporter. It's in your and my best interest to get out and vote on November 4th. I've already contacted all my friends living close by to make sure they wake me up on time to vote. Lloyd
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@shooie (4984)
• United States
28 Oct 08
yes we all been urged to vote as far as the video goes I can go to the site and change your name to mine so yes to me it is a fake video....happy voting
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@cyntrow (8524)
• United States
28 Oct 08
Love it love it. You're famous. Unfortunately, I can't help you. I've voting for an independent candidate. So funny.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
Sadly this video has not made me famous. It's made me "infamous". I beg you to take this dark cloud from over my head and vote for Barack Obama. Your "one' vote can mean the difference between me living a life in the Witness Protection Program or going back to being "Lloyd Six Pack". We Report. You Decide. Lloyd
@irishidid (8700)
• United States
28 Oct 08
I like that old lady. LOL Already sent in my vote for McCain, but isn't it great to live in a country where you can vote for who you want. I live in a whole communities of Lloyds. They would most likely vote for Obama if they did vote. I don't think most are even registered to vote. I've been voting since I was eighteen. I was among the first generation that got to vote at that age. I missed one vote (local) being in the hospital at the time. I was raised on the importance of having a voice in government, others weren't. There's going to be a whole lot more than one Lloyd that doesn't vote. Excluding yourself.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
I don't want any parts of that old lady. lol I'm glad you did your part and voted even though we support different candidates. It is great to live in a Democracy. We have many Lloyds here too, but hopefully they will see the light of the "Mesiah" lol. JUST KIDDING! I've never missed voting either. I would feel so bad if me not voting actually affected an election. The campaign is winding down now. It's less than one week before it's over. Hopefully we all can calm down and come together as a people and as a country. Lloyd
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@savypat (20217)
• United States
28 Oct 08
Are you some kind of super man in disguise? Here we just thought you were one of the guys. Plese let us in on your other life.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
Hello Pat. I've tried to keep my involvement in this campaign at the local level. But John McCain and Sarah Palin couldn't leave "well enough" alone. I'm sorry that they've had to use me as a "talking point". It's up to the Barack Obama supporters to make sure that this video will be put to rest. I'll be doing my part to see to it that Barack Obama wins on November 4th. My new motto: Vote for Barack Obama, Save Lloyd from the Wrath. Lloyd
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• Italy
29 Oct 08
I don't think it makes any difference to John McCain anymore, I can sense an uncomfortable feeling creeping down his spine... a feeling of frustration and disappointment. This is obviously the last chance for John McCain who is already 72 and I really don't blame him for it.
• United States
29 Oct 08
John McCain realizes he's fighting an uphill battle. And it's of his own making. His campaign was based on fear and he never got around to discussing the issues facing average everyday Americans. It is said that he found his voice when "Joe The Plumber" arrived on the scene. Where was John McCain before "Joe The Plumber"? John McCain campaign has been dysfuctional from day one. Here are some of his lame campaign slogans. Barack Obama is a celebrity. Barack Obama is a elistist. Barack Obama pals around with terrorists. Barack Obama is not ready to lead. All of the soundbites might arouse the hard core base of his party, but it fails to deal with the issues facing average everyday Americans. His plans for dealing with the record home foreclosers works in the favor of the banking instutions. His plans for dealing with the over 40 million Americans without affordable healthcare works in favor of the medical lobbyists. His plans to stay in Iraq indefinately goes against the will of the majority of American people. John McCain is on the wrong side this election cycle and that is why it looks like his attempt to become the next President of the United States is doomed to failure. Lloyd
@irisheyes (4371)
• United States
11 May 09
We miss you, Lloyd. Come on back! Let's see some new stuff.
• United States
11 May 09
Hi Irisheyes. How have you been? I've also missed myLot. I'll soon transfer some of my Gather posts here to myLot. http://www.gather.com/viewPostsByMember.action?memberId=535886&nav=MyGather Lloyd
@jillmalitz (5131)
• United States
29 Oct 08
I found this video interesting in that it attempts to look like an official news report. This, I guess, is an attempt to make people think it is something from CNBC which it is not. This apparently is a slick operation done by a website called Utopia Forums. I found they also have some games and a "community" of visitors. I would be curious to see who actually owns this site. The video which you posted is obviously a fiction. Lloyd C is an average "name". One thing that caught my eye was the "older" woman protesting. She looks like she is my age or older. We were taught not to speak in such a vulgar fashion. Maybe she is an actress. One good thing here is the video does remind us all to vote cause votes count, except in Fla. or in the military cause some of their votes seem to never make it home.
• United States
29 Oct 08
This video was a obvious spoof. Lloyd C. wasn't included in the video because it was an average name. It was put in their by the person who emailed it to me. You can even put your name in the video if you want to. The older lady wasn't an actor. It was an actual clip of her complaining about a previous incident. The bottom line is that it shows us the importance of voting. I'm not aware of military votes never being counted, but I know that Florida needs a complete overhaul of its election process. Many people on both sides of the ticket were hurt during the last two Florida elections. Lloyd
@xfahctor (14122)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
29 Oct 08
ROFL! funny stuff, thanks for the chuckle. Just so your aware, I have already assembled an army of peasants with pitchforks and torches to march on your castle, should you not vote. In addition, I will introduce legislation in our state senate that bans the mention of the name loyde, use of it for naming children, and considered a form of hate speach when uttered out loud.
• United States
29 Oct 08
That is why it's so important that everyone gets out and vote. My life will be changed forever if Barack looses. Just make sure the peasants aren't doing the Michael Jackson "Thriller" dance when they march on my castle. I couldn't take that. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMnk7lh9M3o I've already set my alarm for 7:00 a.m. on November 4th so I'll be able to break the tie. Lloyd
• United States
28 Oct 08
You've just become one of my very favorite people! This link is just what a few slow/no voters I know need! I already voted, but too many say they plan not to.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
I hope you voted for Barack Obama. Do you see how angry these people will be if Barack looses. I'll have to join the Witness Protection Program. I can't believe that lady called me a ###### ######. It wasn't my fault she had to stand in line for 5 hours. Im begging everyone to save me from this wrath. Every vote counts. Even lloydanthony's. Lloyd
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@kenzie45230 (3560)
• United States
28 Oct 08
Funny, Lloyd. I already voted. For McCain.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
Hello Kenzie. Even though we support different candidates, I respect you for going out and voting for John McCain. You now join the legions of Americans who participate in the process instead of those who fail to participate and yet still complain. No one will have a complete mandate in the end, so your concerns or my concerns will have to be factored into the equation. Anyway, the election is less than a week away. Best of luck to your side and best of luck to my side. Lloyd
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@ZephyrSun (7381)
• United States
28 Oct 08
That was great. I will be voting on election day and I will be helping on the campaign all this week. There's a big movement this weekend and with all the volunteers we will be trying to knock on atleast 300,000 doors in my county to get the word out and also remind everyone to vote.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
I'm glad you enjoyed the video. I'm also happy that you are volunteering to help Barack Obama's campaign. This is one election cycle we will never forget. I remember my days volunteering at the Barack Obama campaign headquarter in Philadelphia. My first job was to put together registration packages. I would include a registration form along with 5 pieces of campaign literature. I would fill a box and give them to the people who hit the streets. As soon as I filled one box, one would come back with completed voter registrations. To be honest, I never dreamed that the campaign would grow to these lengths, but I always told people that once you get to know Barack Obama, that you would get to like him. It seems as if I was right. We have one week to go. We still have to work hard. We can't take anything for granted. Continue to knock on doors until those knuckles are hurting. It's a small sacrifice for the future of our country and our world. Thanks for your support. "Lloyd Six Pack"
@Opal26 (17679)
• United States
29 Oct 08
Hey lloyd! That was so cool! I loved it! Very funny! Nice! I don't know how you got hold of this one but you really came up with a winner for being a loser!lol I wish this election was over! I am so stressed already! Just one more week! We are starting the countdown! Less than a week from today! It's midnight so it is now only 6 more days to go! I have my plans for that day down pat! I have an appointment in the morning and when I get back home I will call my girlfriend who lives across the street who I have always faithfully gone to vote with in the last 2 Presidential elections and other elections and we will do our usual walk to the school where we will be voting and then we will vote! We can't wait! So that will be 2 votes for Obama for sure!
• United States
29 Oct 08
I'm glad you liked it. Actually I received this video in my email this morning. Someone put in my information and emailed it to me. I'll also be glad when this election is over. I've never been through anything like if before. I'm glad you are supporting Barack Obama. Hopefully your 2 votes and my 1 vote will put him over the top. Lloyd
• United States
29 Oct 08
well thats very odd of them but i will be going to the polls to get the red out of the office we dont need another bush in there the country will die slow and you will see the rich become the middle class and im sure the rich wouldnt like that lol so i say if you vote for old war horse mccain then the pain has just begun
• United States
29 Oct 08
I agree with you. It's time to get all signs of Bush out of the White House and that includes John McCain. The Republican party should not be rewarded with another 4 years in the White House after the miserable job they've done over the last 8 years. They have a tendency to blame it on the Democratic Congress, but they refuse to acknowlege that they've only been in control for the last 2 years. What did they do during the first 6 years when they were totally in charge? Absolutely nothing. It's time to cleanse the White House and bring in the energetic, intelligent man with fresh ideas who understands the plight of the American people. It's time for those who are out of touch to be out of office. Thanks for supporting Barack Obama. He won't let you down. Lloyd
@mtdewgurl74 (18151)
• United States
28 Oct 08
Hey I loved that link you gave us. I think it is so cool how we can change it to send to our friends and family and have our names be the one at fault. I am for Obama and so he has my vote. We need changes and he is the one to make them.
• United States
29 Oct 08
It's amazing how many new innovations have come out of this election cycle. I'm glad you liked the link. Like you, I'm also going to vote for Barack Obama. We need change more than ever. Lloyd
@suruchi86 (1873)
• India
11 May 09
I'm so sorry for coming in so late. All this has become a pleasant history now.
@Hatley (163905)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Oct 08
hi lloydanthony111 however did they come up with this video? Is it for real . any way I have already voted and yes I did votefor Obama, so dont minus me all you a ngry repubs, my vote is mine own, and none of your business.Lloyd I hope a lot of us mylotters will help out here as it comes up to election day. I always voteon an absentee ballot. comes in handy as I am busy moving now.
• United States
28 Oct 08
Hello Hatley. I'm glad you voted for Barack Obama and for change. I don't know how anyone can reward the Republicans with another 4 years in the White House. They've basically ruined our country and refuse to accept any responsibility for it. In their minds, the serious issues facing the American people are the fault of the Democratic Congress who has been in power for 2 of the 8 years during the Bush Administration. It's time to bring competance back into the White House just as ex-President Bill Clinton did. It's time to work in the best interest of the majority of the American people instead of the wealthies 5%. All of these people crying about Barack Obama's plan to provide America's middle-class with a little tax relief said nothing when George Bush was giving tax breaks to the wealthiest of Americans and to Corporations such as EXXON/MOBILE. These people are working against their own interest. However I have a solution. When Barack Obama lowers our taxes, those who don't approve should be able to reject it. Once again, thanks for your support. Every vote counts. Lloyd
@Barbietre (1438)
• United States
28 Oct 08
That was really funny Lloyd, gave me a laugh today that I needed!
• United States
29 Oct 08
Hi Barb. I have to admit that it gives me a laugh everytime I look at it. It's nice to be able to get a laugh in during this heated election cycle. Lloyd
28 Oct 08
Hi lloyd, That is really great how you can do that, it is almost believeable, well it is all coming to an end so after that you can take a holiday and come back fresh with different type of discussions to fill the space. Tamara
• United States
29 Oct 08
Hi Tamara. This election has bought out the best in creativity. I'm glad this campaign is finally coming to an end. I've never been part of anything like it before. I'm sure the election will still be discussed here at myLot for months to come. Lloyd