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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama. The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama. The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

What about the spend like drunken sailors and borrow it from the Chinese, weaken the dollar causing outrageous oil prices republicans?

f**k off!

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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama. The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

Do tell, DEADENDER...........are your "accurate polls" coming from voices (from god) inside your widdle head? :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080706/ap_on_...bbnzUE.NWEb.3QA

Analysis: McCain struggles to regain footing

By LIZ SIDOTI, Associated Press Writer

Sun Jul 6, 6:42 AM ET

WASHINGTON - John McCain calls himself an underdog. That may be an understatement. The GOP presidential candidate trails Democrat Barack Obama in polls, organization and money while trying to succeed a deeply unpopular fellow Republican in a year that favors Democrats.

McCain also doesn't seem to have a coherent message let alone much of a strategy despite securing the nomination three months earlier than Obama.

"This is a tough race. We are behind. We are the underdog. That's what I like to be," the GOP nominee-in-waiting frequently tells donors these days, keenly aware not only of his woes but also his proven comeback ability: He won his party's nomination despite the implosion of his campaign last summer.

One year later, and now in the general election, McCain's troubles are so acute that he recently gave senior adviser Steve Schmidt "full operational control" of the day-to-day campaign and, effectively, scaled back the duties of campaign manager Rick Davis. The shift in responsibilities came after weeks of Republican quibbling that McCain had not adequately made the transition for the fall.

"The frustration is there's no big theme around which to build a winning campaign," said Steve Lombardo, a Republican pollster. "They need a big strategic message that will show the differences between the two campaigns, and allow for a win."

Hope is far from lost: The election is still four months away. The national conventions and the presidential debates are upcoming. Conservative evangelical leaders skeptical of McCain are now coalescing around him. The race remains competitive. And, Obama's campaign is far from flawless.

McCain also is beefing up his staff with more presidential campaign veterans under the guidance of Schmidt, a top aide in President Bush's re-election effort and the operative who led Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to a come-from-behind victory in California two years ago.

The campaign will try to showcase its efforts to restore discipline next week when McCain announces a "jobs first" economic plan and tours competitive states.

For now, GOP insiders are cautious as they watch for improvement — and they should be.

The political environment is dreadful for the GOP, with Bush's approval rating at low levels as the country teeters economically and fights two wars.

Asked Saturday what he thinks about McCain's apparent pride in underdog status, Obama told reporters traveling with him: "Two years ago, John McCain was the putative Republican nominee who has been part of the Washington establishment for years and who touts all his Washington experience, versus me. So the notion that somehow I'm the heavy favorite in this race belies recent political history and a lot of American history. So, we've got a lot of work to do."

Still, compared with McCain's campaign struggles, Obama is seemingly skating along, visiting states Bush won four years ago and courting traditional GOP supporters with his core message: "Change We Can Believe In."

Nonetheless, the Illinois senator says, "I'm going to have to be a better candidate" and is mindful of his own vulnerabilities.

There are many, not the least of which is trying to become the first black president of a country where racism still runs deep. The GOP-fueled liberal elitist label also could stick on this Harvard-educated Chicagoan.

And, Obama also may be undercutting his claim to be a straight-shooting, new-politics candidate as he repeatedly breaks with his liberal base on various issues to aggressively move to appeal to the center of the electorate.

National polls vary widely, but they have one commonality: None show McCain ahead of Obama. And, on voters' most important issues, McCain trails on every subject but Iraq and terrorism. He also lags in key states, including Bush-won Colorado and Ohio.

When it comes to message and strategy, McCain has appeared to flounder.

He hasn't settled on one theme and can't seem to stick with a particular line of argument in favor of his candidacy for more than a couple days. His attempts to derail Obama are scattershot; the campaign simply takes advantages of openings Obama creates rather than creating a negative narrative against the Democrat. And, McCain's fundraising events have driven his campaign schedule, often putting him in solid Republican states instead of swing states likely to decide the election.

As the sleepy summer pre-convention window opens, Obama is running TV ads in 18 states while McCain focuses on 11 for now and the Republican National Committee bolsters his efforts in the Great Lakes region.

At the same time, McCain, 71, is working to match Obama's organization. For now, McCain's campaign is roughly 300-strong compared with Obama's 1,000-person plus operation.

Obama had a campaign in just about every state during the long Democratic primary, and he has started bolstering the remnants of those existing networks. His aides also boast of a hefty grass-roots organization, a "persuasion army" of allies who will reach out to neighbors, friends and relatives. That's reminiscent of Bush's 2004 campaign.

Conversely, McCain's ground-game operation has been slow-moving; staffers weren't dispatched in earnest to key states until last month — even though the GOP primary ended in March. The RNC has fewer than 100 offices with just about the same number of field staffers. The campaign, itself, has 11 regional campaign managers who, in turn, have brought on nearly 100 staff members as part of a much-maligned, decentralized structure.

To return power to headquarters, Schmidt is hiring a national political director and a national field director to oversee ground-game efforts, and is promising to add hundreds more field staff and open more local GOP offices.

But all that takes money, and here, too, McCain trails.

Obama has 1.5 million donors and had raised more than $287 million by the end of May. McCain has far fewer donors and had raised $115 million. May was Obama's worst fundraising month of the year. He raised $22 million, to the $21 million McCain brought in during his best fundraising month.

Still, McCain and Obama entered June with virtually the same amount of cash available for the rest of the summer, $33 million for Obama to $31.6 million for McCain.

But McCain probably will feel the financial pinch this fall.

Unlike Obama, McCain will accept nearly $85 million in public financing and the spending limits that come with it. The Democrat can raise and spend at will.

Said Phil Musser, a former Republican Governors Association executive director: "There are a lot of miles to go before we get to Election Day, and McCain is in his finest form when he's the underdog."

The candidate had better hope that rings true once again.

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EDITOR'S NOTE — Liz Sidoti covers the presidential campaign and has covered national politics since 2003.

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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama. The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

Gosh! You have more different names de jur than a prostitute.

So many names ... so little to say

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There's nothing loony left about Obama. He's a seasoned veteran Chicago politician. He does whatever is convenient to get elected. After all, he learned and perfected his trade in the Chicago political pit.

He appealed to the left to get their votes in the Democratic primaries and caucuses. Now he'll become more moderate to get the middle class votes needed to win the general election.

The latest campaign contributions show that he's getting three times more money from Wall Street and financial firms than McCain. The big money boys looked at Obama and they like what they see. And I'm sure he's reassured them. An understanding.

After seven years of Bush and Republican mismanagement people want change and so Obama feeds us his "change" mantra. However, don't expect much change if he is elected. The left will learn and will be disappointed later.

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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama. The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

ANOTHER 4 years of Republican leadership?

Since the ONLY direction the Republicans have led us in the past 7 years is down the road to ruin I'll just have to say Thanks but NO THANKS!

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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama. The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

Hey look-2Dim4patriotismseniorkearnychristianMPD has a new name.

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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama.

HAAAAHAHAHAHAHA. Pot calling the kettle black?

http://www.thecarpetbaggerreport.com/archives/15924.html

The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

LOL, same nonsense, same unusual spacing as the other sockpuppets. What's wrong, no more Giuliani '08, Patrat?

Regardless, here are the facts:

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/20..._obama-225.html

http://www.electoral-vote.com/

The second site even refuses to use polls from pollsters on either side, so I see it as being even more accurate. The InTrade numbers also show Obama widening his lead over McCain--apparently McCain's supporters aren't as willing to put their money where their mouths are. :lol:

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HAAAAHAHAHAHAHA. Pot calling the kettle black?

http://www.thecarpetbaggerreport.com/archives/15924.html

LOL, same nonsense, same unusual spacing as the other sockpuppets. What's wrong, no more Giuliani '08, Patrat?

Regardless, here are the facts:

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/20..._obama-225.html

http://www.electoral-vote.com/

The second site even refuses to use polls from pollsters on either side, so I see it as being even more accurate. The InTrade numbers also show Obama widening his lead over McCain--apparently McCain's supporters aren't as willing to put their money where their mouths are. :blink:

The loony lefties are getting very nervous. The polls now have McCain in a dead heat with Obama. The bad news for the loonies is Obama's losing

ground. Obama's luster has worn off, his back-peddling and flip-flopping has his followers dizzy. The far left Kool-Aiders are furious about Obama's

movement to the center and it shows a lack of conviction on Obama's part. White middle america is getting over their "white guilt", they don't feel

obligated to vote for a black anymore. Finally, in a time of war, a liberal defeatocrat can never beat a war hero Republican. That's the bottom line

get used to it.

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The loony lefties are getting very nervous. The polls now have McCain in a dead heat with Obama.

lol, no. If the election was held today, Obama would win by 116 electoral votes:

http://www.electoral-vote.com/evp2008/Pres/Maps/Jul17.html

Sad that you have to lie to yourself so much to avoid the truth. People don't want Bush 3, and they'll make sure people like you understand that in November.

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BULGEFACE!!!!!!!!!!! Naughty Naughty Naughty!!!! :angry:

http://rawstory.com//news/2008/McCain_advi...Obama_0719.html

McCain adviser on Iraqi PM's Obama endorsement: 'We're f**ked'RAW STORY

Published: Saturday July 19, 2008

Senator John McCain ridiculed Senator Obama's timetable for Iraq withdrawal as a tactic aimed only at getting votes.

For the Iraqi Prime minister, it apparently worked.

The clear endorsement of Senator Barack Obama by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki Saturday morning came as a strong blow to the McCain campaign.

McCain has claimed a superiority to Obama in matters of foreign policy as a major selling point to his candidacy for president, but that position is more difficult in the wake of al-Maliki's statement.

After hearing of the announcement, a sometime adviser to the McCain campaign said in an email, "We're f**ked," according to Mark Ambinder of The Atlantic.

A senior McCain campaign official responded to Ambinder about the development.

"His domestic politics require him to be for us getting out," he said on the condition of anonymity. "The military says 'conditions based' and Maliki said 'conditions based' yesterday in the joint statement with Bush. Regardless, voters care about [the] military, not about Iraqi leaders."

But it will be difficult for McCain to deny his own statement in 2004 that the United States would have to leave Iraq if the nation's leaders requested it.

#

QUESTION: Let me give you a hypothetical, senator. What would or should we do if, in the post-June 30th period, a so-called sovereign Iraqi government asks us to leave, even if we are unhappy about the security situation there? I understand it’s a hypothetical, but it’s at least possible.

McCAIN: Well, if that scenario evolves, then I think it’s obvious that we would have to leave because — if it was an elected government of Iraq — and we’ve been asked to leave other places in the world. If it were an extremist government, then I think we would have other challenges, but I don’t see how we could stay when our whole emphasis and policy has been based on turning the Iraqi government over to the Iraqi people.

#

McCain's criticism of Obama as less able in matters of foreign policy has increased during the week leading up to Obama's trip overseas which began this weekend and will continue into next week.

"This success that we have achieved is still fragile and could be reversed," McCain said to Reuters Thursday. "And if we do what Sen. Obama wants to do, then all of that could be reversed," and leave behind chaos and Iranian influence, he said.

A ad released by the McCain campaign Friday sharply criticized Obama of shifting positions on Iraq "to help himself become president."

An MSNBC story discusses McCain's attacks on Obama leading up to his trip to Afghanistan and other Middle East countries.

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BULGEFACE!!!!!!!!!!! Naughty Naughty Naughty!!!! :angry:

http://rawstory.com//news/2008/McCain_advi...Obama_0719.html

McCain adviser on Iraqi PM's Obama endorsement: 'We're f**ked'RAW STORY

Published: Saturday July 19, 2008

Senator John McCain ridiculed Senator Obama's timetable for Iraq withdrawal as a tactic aimed only at getting votes.

For the Iraqi Prime minister, it apparently worked.

The clear endorsement of Senator Barack Obama by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki Saturday morning came as a strong blow to the McCain campaign.

McCain has claimed a superiority to Obama in matters of foreign policy as a major selling point to his candidacy for president, but that position is more difficult in the wake of al-Maliki's statement.

After hearing of the announcement, a sometime adviser to the McCain campaign said in an email, "We're f**ked," according to Mark Ambinder of The Atlantic.

A senior McCain campaign official responded to Ambinder about the development.

"His domestic politics require him to be for us getting out," he said on the condition of anonymity. "The military says 'conditions based' and Maliki said 'conditions based' yesterday in the joint statement with Bush. Regardless, voters care about [the] military, not about Iraqi leaders."

But it will be difficult for McCain to deny his own statement in 2004 that the United States would have to leave Iraq if the nation's leaders requested it.

#

QUESTION: Let me give you a hypothetical, senator. What would or should we do if, in the post-June 30th period, a so-called sovereign Iraqi government asks us to leave, even if we are unhappy about the security situation there? I understand it’s a hypothetical, but it’s at least possible.

McCAIN: Well, if that scenario evolves, then I think it’s obvious that we would have to leave because — if it was an elected government of Iraq — and we’ve been asked to leave other places in the world. If it were an extremist government, then I think we would have other challenges, but I don’t see how we could stay when our whole emphasis and policy has been based on turning the Iraqi government over to the Iraqi people.

#

McCain's criticism of Obama as less able in matters of foreign policy has increased during the week leading up to Obama's trip overseas which began this weekend and will continue into next week.

"This success that we have achieved is still fragile and could be reversed," McCain said to Reuters Thursday. "And if we do what Sen. Obama wants to do, then all of that could be reversed," and leave behind chaos and Iranian influence, he said.

A ad released by the McCain campaign Friday sharply criticized Obama of shifting positions on Iraq "to help himself become president."

An MSNBC story discusses McCain's attacks on Obama leading up to his trip to Afghanistan and other Middle East countries.

I just heard McCain's chances go from slim to none. :)

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I just heard McCain's chances go from slim to none. :angry:

You mean the guy who was against Bush's tax cuts before he was for them?

Bush III with McCain? No, thanks.

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Everybody get used to "President McCain" because he's going to beat the flip-flopping, back-peddling Obama. The radical left loonies are

angry over Obama backing off an immediate withdrawal of troops, Hillary backers are refusing to support Obama and questioning the importance

of McCain's military service is costing him the vote of retired military families.

The loony left polls of course continue to have Obama ahead, but the accurate polls have McCain ahead in the key areas. Also, a Defeatocrat

with a tax and spend agenda cannot win in a time of high gas prices and slipping economy.

So, all you Kool-Aid sipping leftist loonies start getting used to another 4 years of Republican leadership, I don't want to see mass suicides in Nov.

McCain's got my vote, there's no way in hell I'm voting for a lawn jockey and his Ghetto rat wife for president. Mark my words if and thats a big if should obama win I'll lay odds the ghetto rat gives him a fist bump after being sworn in. Obama will fail as president worse than Bush ever could. Obama will pull the troops out of Iraq and the government there will crash.

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McCain's got my vote, there's no way in hell I'm voting for a lawn jockey and his Ghetto rat wife for president.

What a disgusting human being you are. What's the matter, can't come up with a real reason to vote for McCain? You know, besides the fact that he talks about countries that don't exist anymore and borders that never existed.

Mark my words if and thats a big if should obama win

If the election was held today, it would be a landslide in Obama's favor.

www.electoral-vote.com

If, and this is a big if, you care about facts, you will admit this.

I'll lay odds the ghetto rat gives him a fist bump after being sworn in.

lol, you are so pathetic.

Obama will fail as president worse than Bush ever could.

Sorry, but I just can't envision Obama going on vacation when an intelligence memo comes in about a terrorist plot, like Bush did. At least Obama knows the difference between Sunni and Shia.

Obama will pull the troops out of Iraq and the government there will crash.

The Iraqis themselves want us gone. You might be fascist enough to want to occupy a country against their will, but fortunately, Obama, our next President, isn't.

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McCain's got my vote, there's no way in hell I'm voting for a lawn jockey and his Ghetto rat wife for president. Mark my words if and thats a big if should obama win I'll lay odds the ghetto rat gives him a fist bump after being sworn in. Obama will fail as president worse than Bush ever could. Obama will pull the troops out of Iraq and the government there will crash.

Hate black people, do you? You've got lots of company comprising the racist's yoke upon America's neck. Try to bear in mind that Michele Obama holds a law degree while Mrs. Bulgeface is an admitted (and silver spoon forgiven) prescription drug thief and addict and an ambitious "trophy wife" most eager to displace Buljee's first disposible.

Who can fail as badly as Monkey boy? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm?

And Iraqnam? The government that exists there now is a US imposition.......a puppet entity enabled by our military might and the criminals that direct it. Did ANYONE really think what passes as a government in Iraqnam will just sail along without the provisions of America's EXPENSIVE lethal force?

What a disgrace to the Cardinals that such a racist/bigot chooses "KHS" for a screen name.

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McCain's got my vote, there's no way in hell I'm voting for a lawn jockey and his Ghetto rat wife for president. Mark my words if and thats a big if should obama win I'll lay odds the ghetto rat gives him a fist bump after being sworn in. Obama will fail as president worse than Bush ever could. Obama will pull the troops out of Iraq and the government there will crash.

I don't like Obama because he's slick, often changing his position. He also decries lobbyist, yet many times he has passed bills specifically for his lobbyists.

As for pulling out of Iraq - fine. Where is it written that we have to support every government in the world? I suggest that we worry about and take care of our own internal problems. We have collapsing levees, bridges, antiquated public service buildings (police and fire) yet we are rebuilding the Iraq infrastructure instead of our own. Ridiculous.

Sending so much of our money to Iraq and other countries while ignoring our own needs. A fool and his money is soon parted and that's what we've become - fools spending our wealth on foreign adventures.

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McCain's got my vote, there's no way in hell I'm voting for a lawn jockey and his Ghetto rat wife for president. Mark my words if and thats a big if should obama win I'll lay odds the ghetto rat gives him a fist bump after being sworn in. Obama will fail as president worse than Bush ever could. Obama will pull the troops out of Iraq and the government there will crash.

Ignorant are we?

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McCain's got my vote, there's no way in hell I'm voting for a lawn jockey and his Ghetto rat wife for president. Mark my words if and thats a big if should obama win I'll lay odds the ghetto rat gives him a fist bump after being sworn in. Obama will fail as president worse than Bush ever could. Obama will pull the troops out of Iraq and the government there will crash.

OK now take off the hood and be a good boy.

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McCain's got my vote, there's no way in hell I'm voting for a lawn jockey and his Ghetto rat wife for president. Mark my words if and thats a big if should obama win I'll lay odds the ghetto rat gives him a fist bump after being sworn in. Obama will fail as president worse than Bush ever could. Obama will pull the troops out of Iraq and the government there will crash.

I don't think you have to worry. Every new poll that comes out shows Obama slipping further. His luster has worn off, his back-peddling and flip-flopping has shown everyone he can't be trusted. His promise to give illegal aliens free health care will open the floodgates, the Mexican border will look like the NJ Turnpike at rush hour. People are beginning to realize a "President Obama" will mean the end of America as we know it, and you better learn to speak Spanish and turn over your wallet if it happens.

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I don't think you have to worry. Every new poll that comes out shows Obama slipping further. His luster has worn off, his back-peddling and flip-flopping has shown everyone he can't be trusted. His promise to give illegal aliens free health care will open the floodgates, the Mexican border will look like the NJ Turnpike at rush hour. People are beginning to realize a "President Obama" will mean the end of America as we know it, and you better learn to speak Spanish and turn over your wallet if it happens.

Wow...that's some loss of Obama "luster" in Germany...while Bulgeface Quasi Moto seethes in his geriatric attack upon the stinging reality. Yeah........America will defeat Braack Obama's bid for POTUS and install a corpse instead.............YA..........it's obviously in the cards (of an idiot's dreams)......... :lol:

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