Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Solidly Anti-McCain

Read this.

It may be typical of the pro-Obama Dungeons & Dragons crowd to disparage a fellow countryman's memory of war from the comfort of mom's basement, but most Americans have the humility and gratitude to respect and learn from the memories of men who suffered on behalf of others.

I had no intention of voting for someone so out of touch anyway, but this sure seals the deal. This statement alone is so far gone from reality, you would think McCain was a Hollywood A-lister.

Just to be fair and balanced. I have no intention of voting for the racist, anti-american, working-class hater that is Obama either.

Everyone take a moment and think about these two incompetents that the majority of the country are going to vote a very sheep like manner. Can you not think of at least one person in your very own neighborhood that has more common sense than both of these guys put together?

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Blogger Capn John said...

"Dungeons & Dragons crowd"?

Where the hell does that come from?

I thought Ron Paul was the candidate with the grass roots support of the dungeon...I mean, basement dwellers?

11:02 AM  
Blogger Wow Panda said...

I thought Ron Paul was one of those types, till I watched a YouTube video, where some reporter interview Ron Paul and another guy on monopoly and regulation. And he made very good points about why we should regulate less. He knows what he is talking about and is a good libertarian (not liberal).

9:28 AM  
Blogger BugHunter said...

The libertarians are an interesting group. I don't know much at all about them, but their take on the economy sounds right to me. I've always had the sense that they are little extreme with everything else, but at least extreme in the direction we haven't had in several decades (ie. "Gov't, get out of my life!").

2:36 PM  
Blogger Kathleen said...

"Can you not think of at least one person in your very own neighborhood that has more common sense than both of these guys put together?"
Well, of course I can, but they aren't on the ballot and no one else knows them or thinks they know a lot, except me. How is that going to stop either McCain or Obama from getting elected?

8:37 PM  
Blogger BugHunter said...

If everyone voted for who they really want, whether on the ballot or not, imagine the message that would send to the two big organized crime groups...I mean political parties.

At the very least find out more about one of the other parties that will be on the ballot, whether it be green, constitution, or even the libertarians.

2:25 PM  
Blogger Wow Panda said...

there are 4 directions:

communism (big government)
conservative liberal

Most people are libertarians but they don't know (I heard this from Neal Boortz' radio show).

libertarians want small government, independent people and personal choices. So usually they side economic policy with conservatives and others (religion/abortion) etc with liberals.

And I totally agree with you on the voting issue. Instead of worrying "Have to vote for X else Y will be elected", we should just vote for the best guy.

12:36 PM  
Blogger Capn John said...

I used to think I was a Republican until I took one of those "What political party are you?" tests, so I'd have to agree with Panda (& thus Neil Boortz):
Most Americans are actually Libertarians; the rest are either Facists or Socialists, but as both of those have negative connotations they prefer to call themselves Republicans and Democrats.

12:49 PM  
Blogger Kathleen said...

Back to my original question, how are you going to stop either McCain or Obama from getting elected?

9:51 PM  
Blogger BugHunter said...

I can't. I know one of those two will be the next president, but I will not be contributing to the downfall of a once free country. If enough people wake up, then some day we can revive the constitution.

9:12 AM  
Blogger Joseph B. Hewitt IV said...

Personally I vote Republican, but have always said I am a conservative leaning toward being libertarian.

10:16 AM  
Blogger Wow Panda said...

I will go for the libertarian Barr

A long time ago while I was in college and forced to study American History, I hated it (why do I have to study something that is not even related). I got an F, and I laughed at the idea of small democracy (maybe it is Jefferson that said a democracy should be small, and once it grow out of shouts range it is done).

Now I can see how correct he is and how smart the American's founding fathers are. Democracy need to be adjusted to be local and small.

9:36 AM  

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