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Barack committed political suicide yesterday when he named Joe "Gaff" Biden. Biden didn't waste any time, referring to Barack as "Barack America". Barack returned the favor, introducing Biden as the next president of the U.S. The only way Barack could win was to name Hillary as VP and he blew it.

Many Hillary supporters are angry over their darling being snubbed and will vote for McCain. With the polls already in a dead heat, Hillary supporters will put McCain over the top.

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Barack committed political suicide yesterday when he named Joe "Gaff" Biden. Biden didn't waste any time, referring to Barack as "Barack America". Barack returned the favor, introducing Biden as the next president of the U.S. The only way Barack could win was to name Hillary as VP and he blew it.

Many Hillary supporters are angry over their darling being snubbed and will vote for McCain. With the polls already in a dead heat, Hillary supporters will put McCain over the top.

Many politicians make gaffes. Its not a big deal. Ask Bush.

What is interesting is Biden's apparent endorsement of McCain of Obama dugring one ot the debats

ABC’S GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: You were asked, “Is he ready?” You said, “I think he can be ready but right now, I don’t believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training.”

JOE BIDEN: I think that I stand by the statement.

ANNCR: And what does he say about John McCain?

BIDEN: I would be honored to run with or against John McCain, because I think the country would be better off.

Many Democrats are now making a big deal about Biden - the experience he brings to the ticket and his gravitas. I'll quote someone else on that:

Doesn't all the hoopla about what Biden brings to the ticket just highlight what Obama lacks (namely the experience to do the job, and the ability to connect with the other half of America)? Just the fact that Biden did his job well as chair on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, while Obama barely showed up, and only showed up for fluff like Ambassadorial appointments, makes me think we're merely tolerating Obama as our "leader" while more enthusiastically entrusting our nation's future to his VP. Looks like Bush/Cheney all over again. - noo2wood
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Barack committed political suicide yesterday when he named Joe "Gaff" Biden. Biden didn't waste any time, referring to Barack as "Barack America". Barack returned the favor, introducing Biden as the next president of the U.S. The only way Barack could win was to name Hillary as VP and he blew it.

Many Hillary supporters are angry over their darling being snubbed and will vote for McCain. With the polls already in a dead heat, Hillary supporters will put McCain over the top.

You predicted Giuliani would be our next President, lol. That'll give people an idea of how seriously to take your predictions.

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Barack committed political suicide yesterday when he named Joe "Gaff" Biden. Biden didn't waste any time, referring to Barack as "Barack America". Barack returned the favor, introducing Biden as the next president of the U.S. The only way Barack could win was to name Hillary as VP and he blew it.

Many Hillary supporters are angry over their darling being snubbed and will vote for McCain. With the polls already in a dead heat, Hillary supporters will put McCain over the top.

Them straws must be gettin' awfully slippery to grasp, aren't they?

Wait 'til McSame names someone like "My picture appears next to 'smarmy' in the dictiionary" Romney, Barack America will be winning by a landslide.

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Many Hillary supporters are angry over their darling being snubbed and will vote for McCain. With the polls already in a dead heat, Hillary supporters will put McCain over the top.

Good riddance to them. Those who would vote against the best interests of themselves and their country out of pettiness and sour grapes fully deserve what that will bring them. Unfortunately, the rest of us will also have to suffer the consequences of their idiocy.

With such extraordinary pettiness and stupidity, one has to wonder why the PUMA's weren't Republicans all along. Perhaps they've finally "found themselves". Rejoice, Republicans. Your wayward brethren have joined the fold, even if they're not ready to accept the family name just yet. They may be just what you need to again snatch America's defeat from the gaping jaws of victory.

But don't thank the PUMA's just yet. There remains a good chance that America will not lose to the Republicans this time around. The polls say little other than that it could go either way, and there's still plenty of campaigning time left. And if Obama can drive enthusiasm in the final campaigning days the way he did in the primaries, he could very well do better in the actual election than in the polls leading up to it. This is something we saw over and over in the primaries, and even more in the caucuses, where it takes a bit more gumption to go vote. And this was against Hillary Clinton, a candidate who had much more enthusiastic support than John McCain, but still couldn't match Obama. Turnout advantage can win elections as close as this one.

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Barack committed political suicide yesterday when he named Joe "Gaff" Biden. Biden didn't waste any time, referring to Barack as "Barack America". Barack returned the favor, introducing Biden as the next president of the U.S. The only way Barack could win was to name Hillary as VP and he blew it.

Many Hillary supporters are angry over their darling being snubbed and will vote for McCain. With the polls already in a dead heat, Hillary supporters will put McCain over the top.

Add to the Hillary supporters the "white guilt" voters who said they support Obama so as not to thought of as racist, but behind the curtain will vote for McCain. It's obviously an unknown number but it could be huge. If I had to bet on the outcome right now, I'd go with McCain.

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Good riddance to them. Those who would vote against the best interests of themselves and their country out of pettiness and sour grapes fully deserve what that will bring them. Unfortunately, the rest of us will also have to suffer the consequences of their idiocy.

With such extraordinary pettiness and stupidity, one has to wonder why the PUMA's weren't Republicans all along. Perhaps they've finally "found themselves". Rejoice, Republicans. Your wayward brethren have joined the fold, even if they're not ready to accept the family name just yet. They may be just what you need to again snatch America's defeat from the gaping jaws of victory.

You're so excitable and it seems very sensitive.

Again the Hillary to McCain switchers are painted as petty and stupid by the likes of you. Your arrogant and downright nasty "we know best" attitude is not how you win over people.

Could it be that some of them actually look at the issues? Maybe they looked at things, such as this NY times editorial endorsing McCain, and liked what they saw:

Still, there is a choice to be made, and it is an easy one. Senator John McCain of Arizona is the only Republican who promises to end the George Bush style of governing from and on behalf of a small, angry fringe. With a record of working across the aisle to develop sound bipartisan legislation, he would offer a choice to a broader range of Americans than the rest of the Republican field.

We have shuddered at Mr. McCain’s occasional, tactical pander to the right because he has demonstrated that he has the character to stand on principle. He was an early advocate for battling global warming and risked his presidential bid to uphold fundamental American values in the immigration debate. A genuine war hero among Republicans who proclaim their zeal to be commander in chief, Mr. McCain argues passionately that a country’s treatment of prisoners in the worst of times says a great deal about its character.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/25/opinion/...agewanted=print

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You're so excitable and it seems very sensitive.

Again the Hillary to McCain switchers are painted as petty and stupid by the likes of you. Your arrogant and downright nasty "we know best" attitude is not how you win over people.

Could it be that some of them actually look at the issues? Maybe they looked at things, such as this NY times editorial endorsing McCain, and liked what they saw:

lol, if they looked at the issues? If they look at the issues, they would see that Clinton and McCain agree on NOTHING.

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You're so excitable and it seems very sensitive.

Again the Hillary to McCain switchers are painted as petty and stupid by the likes of you. Your arrogant and downright nasty "we know best" attitude is not how you win over people.

Such a lovely glass house you have there, Mr. "Obamites", "Obama Messiah infatuation." and "... IQ of a potato".

Could it be that some of them actually look at the issues? Maybe they looked at things, such as this NY times editorial endorsing McCain, and liked what they saw:

Possible, but implausible for any significant percentage. Obama and Clinton hold very similar positions on most issues. It may be possible to come up with a set of issue preferences that would favor Clinton over McCain and McCain over Obama, but it would be very contrived.

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Many Hillary supporters are angry over their darling being snubbed and will vote for McCain. With the polls already in a dead heat, Hillary supporters will put McCain over the top.

Except, of course, that this "dead heat" exists with this effect already accounted for. Disgruntled Hillary supporters are not excluded from the polls. And the polls show little change since the Biden announcement. So, the choice of Biden has not had the effect that you claim. Which shouldn't be surprising, as it's been apparent for some time Hillary wasn't going to be the VP choice. I'm pretty sure most Hillary supporters were already resigned to this. Since the outcome was already known (at least, that it would not be Hillary), the Hillary defectors had already defected. It's unlikely that the number will grow. More likely, some will switch back as their disappointment fades so that it can no longer overcome the fact that Barack Obama is the candidate who shares the ideals and will work towards the causes that they admired Hillary Clinton for.

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You're so excitable and it seems very sensitive.

Again the Hillary to McCain switchers are painted as petty and stupid by the likes of you. Your arrogant and downright nasty "we know best" attitude is not how you win over people.

As in "I'm THE decider"?

THAT was a real friggin' success, wasn't it?

The past 7 years have proven beyond a doubt that ARROGANCE is the widest, longest plank in the sinking Resmuglican platform.

Good Riddance!

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lol, if they looked at the issues? If they look at the issues, they would see that Clinton and McCain agree on NOTHING.

Actually, they agree on some things. Illegal alien amnesty is an example (but now McCain is slithering to the right because that does not agree with his party). They agree on the Afghnanistan war on terror, as does Obama.

This list may not be accurate (the internet)

* Support Roe v Wade-----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Support the Death Penalty-----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* No Child Left Behind----- McCain Y Clinton Y Obama undecided

* Embrionic Stem Cell Research-----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Drilling in ANWAR----- McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Support Kyoto Treaty -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Assault Weapons Ban -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Gun Background Check -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Patriot Act -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Guantanamo-----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Torture -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Wiretapping -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Border Fence -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Military Action Iran -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama mixed

* Iraq War -----McCain Y Clinton Y to N Obama N

* Troop Surge -----McCain Y Clinton N Obama N

* Iraq Withdrawl -----McCain N Clinton phased Obama phased

* Minimum Wage increase -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Same Sex Marriage -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Civil Unions -----McCain states' right Clinton Y Obama Y

* Constitutional Ban Same Sex -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Universal Health Care -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

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Actually, they agree on some things. Illegal alien amnesty is an example (but now McCain is slithering to the right because that does not agree with his party). They agree on the Afghnanistan war on terror, as does Obama.

This list may not be accurate (the internet)

* Support Roe v Wade-----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Support the Death Penalty-----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* No Child Left Behind----- McCain Y Clinton Y Obama undecided

* Embrionic Stem Cell Research-----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Drilling in ANWAR----- McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Support Kyoto Treaty -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Assault Weapons Ban -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Gun Background Check -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Patriot Act -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Guantanamo-----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Torture -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Wiretapping -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Border Fence -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama Y

* Military Action Iran -----McCain Y Clinton Y Obama mixed

* Iraq War -----McCain Y Clinton Y to N Obama N

* Troop Surge -----McCain Y Clinton N Obama N

* Iraq Withdrawl -----McCain N Clinton phased Obama phased

* Minimum Wage increase -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

* Same Sex Marriage -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Civil Unions -----McCain states' right Clinton Y Obama Y

* Constitutional Ban Same Sex -----McCain N Clinton N Obama N

* Universal Health Care -----McCain N Clinton Y Obama Y

My God, look at the comparison. McCain would ban abortion, continues to support the most disastrous foreign policy blunder in our history, thinks ordinary citizens should be able to own assault weapons, opposes any serious action to address climate change, has no problem with people working for less than a living wage and doesn't think health care should be a right for everyone. How much more of a difference do you need?

Oh wow, you say, McCain favors a war in Afghanistan. He favors a war everywhere, but there aren't any troops left to fight it and he doesn't want to raise taxes to pay for it. He's not being realistic.

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As in "I'm THE decider"?

THAT was a real friggin' success, wasn't it?

The past 7 years have proven beyond a doubt that ARROGANCE is the widest, longest plank in the sinking Resmuglican platform.

Good Riddance!

"sinking platform"? Have you checked the polls?

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"sinking platform"? Have you checked the polls?

Polls are meaningless.

The only thing that matters is who's standing on the platgform 01/20/2009, my money ain't on the old, lousy pilot.

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So you're betting on the young, new doper?

Once again the only choice I see is the lesser of two evils, I'd rather a ex-doper than a ex-drunk and current dope like we've suffered for the past 7+ years.

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So you're betting on the young, new doper?

It's no coincidence that McCain prefers personal attacks to talking about the issues. Think about it--even he knows he's got nothing on the shelf that the American people aren't already sick and tired of. The few times he does try to talk about the issues, he lies so blatantly that it's not even funny anymore.

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Once again the only choice I see is the lesser of two evils, I'd rather a ex-doper than a ex-drunk and current dope like we've suffered for the past 7+ years.

More Kool-Aid ramblings from the Loony Left sideshow.

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