Obama Wins Democratic Presidential Nominee

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  1. Fluid

    Fluid Well-Known Member

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    Didn't see this posted yet, soo, if no one watched the news last night, here you go;

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/06/04/oba...inee/index.html
     
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    hmm so hillary clinton is out of the preseidential battle?
     
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    lol thx for the information xlink.i wonder why shes not making a decision?
     
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    because she lost

    it's implied but you know what that means
     
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    oh so that means how many people is still in the presidential battle?
     
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    basically two.

    it's basically McCain + Nader(who will steal some of the ultra liberals from Obama but stands no chance in hell of being elected) vs. Obama
     
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    oh lol,so its like 1 and a half vs 1 lol.
     
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    There are two main candidates at this point; John McCain (Republican) v. Barack Obama (Democrat). On top of that, there are a lot of third party members that will steal a few votes from each side (e.g. Bob Barr, Ralph Nadar).

    Personally, anything is better than McCain. He betrayed the Conservative vote and lost my interest when he said he wanted to stay in Iraq. Then again, I am more an Independent or Libertarian until the Republicans clean up their act. Coming November, I'm likely voting Obama.
     
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    i thought nadar was done running anyway but oh well
    ill more than likely vote obama considering he was my second choice when edwards dropped
     
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    Ron Paul 2008. He'll always have my vote.
     
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    lol this is going to be a tough battle.
     
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    what a suprise! not...it was obvious this was gonna happen.
     
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    Same. :D Sadly, no third party candidate would make it as far as the main elections like a Republican or Democrat can. On top of that, it will be a good 8 years or so before a Conservative is taken seriously. However, in 8 years time, I wouldn't be surprised if the Republican pool of candidates included the likes of Bob Barr or Ron Paul. They are the closest thing to a sane Barry Goldwater or a William F. Buckley, Jr. that we'll see in this century.
     
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    so again bringing to light the referance of the south park episode we have your choice between a giant turd sandwich or a big giant douche?

    oh great here we go again
     

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