Saw my first 08 sticker

spectr17

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Obama 08.

Just logged into my Facebook account and they are giving away 1 million Obama 08 stickers.

https://pol.moveon.org/obamastickers/?rc=fb.nonyutes

The creator of Facebook is getting credit for the one who pumped all the money into Obama's campaign. McLame is toast. I think this is a good thing. Obama will drive this country in the ground and we can get the revolution started to take back our country.
 



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Tack another reason on why I never joined facebook or myspace.
 

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I find it funny that people, in general, are always howling and crying about "privacy" and then they put their whole life out there for anyone to see on facebook or myspace.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Caninelaw @ Jun 28 2008, 08:26 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
I find it funny that people, in general, are always howling and crying about "privacy" and then they put their whole life out there for anyone to see on facebook or myspace.[/b]
But if you mention that to them, they say that they have only a "select group of freinds" that can view it. Suuure. LOL Nobody could EVER hack into a myspace or facebook account.
 

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Obama will drive this country in the ground and we can get the revolution started to take back our country.[/b]
...but in the mean time, the libtards will pass another black rifle and regular capacity magazine ban.

Damded if we do, damned if we don't...

BUY AMMO!!!
 

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So if you have a facebook account, are you supporting obama in a subliminal manner??
 

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Sssshhh. I'm a mole on Facebook. Don't blow my cover.
 

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Spectr17: I couldn't agree more. The Republican party will never come back to its roots until we get our @sses kicked in some elections. Rightfully so might I add. We have failed this country since the pact with America in the 90's. At least the democrats are being honest with who they are: Socialists. The Republican party has no chance of being honest because we haven't a clue as to what we really believe. Just look at who our choice for president is. He's about as Republican as I am a democrat.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (spectr17 @ Jun 27 2008, 10:45 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
McLame is toast. I think this is a good thing. Obama will drive this country in the ground and we can get the revolution started to take back our country.[/b]

I don't know boss?????


I think it will take more than little Barack Hussein Obama to drive this country into the ground. And as long as the postman keeps on delivering all those welfare checks, food stamps, medical cards, social security, and all them other government doles; I don't see a revolution.
 

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The tipping point is coming CS. Our forefathers rebelled against unfair taxation just like we are being taxed to carry the freeloaders and criminals today. Eventually there will be a rebellion start. I'd march today if the call went out.

Obama is a shoo in IMHO. He'll be able to appoint two supreme courst justices it looks like. Someone made a suggestion they other day on another forum to split the country into 2 parts. Lets the backsliders, illegals and freeloaders have one part and those carrying the load and paying their way have the other. It won't take long to see who will sustain themselves and survive. I'd pick up and move in a heartbeat.

What do you think?

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I think it will take more than little Barack Hussein Obama to drive this country into the ground.[/b]
I dunno, the peanut man Carter put us on the brink in 4 years. Don't underestimate a socialist or leftist.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (spectr17 @ Jun 29 2008, 03:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
Obama is a shoo in IMHO. He'll be able to appoint two supreme courst justices it looks like.[/b]
This is what scares me about Obama more then anything. Just remember the Heller decision was 5 to 4. If this had happened after two Obama appointments don't you think it would have been 6 to 3 against Heller?
 

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Well Muley, I guess I could just melt down those old pennies that were made of copper. Course, if it is IRS coming after me I'll have to use the old dimes and quarters made of silver.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div>
Obama is a shoo in IMHO.[/b]
I think shoo-in is overly optimistic (or pessimistic depending on your leaning). There are so many things that point to that the electorate has not bought the bull Obama is selling...at least not yet. If you just look at the polls alone, mostly controlled by pro-Obama hacks, you will see that they are still neck and neck. More importantly, if you look at the electoral map, at the moment Obama loses. Neither candidate has done anything to tip the scales one way or another yet, so that is great news for McCain and bad news for Obama. If the boring status quo continues until election day, McCain wins (at least in the electoral college). Someone has to do something to sink their opponent or elevate themselves...and so far they are both floundering on that count. BUT, it is still eons until the election in political terms, I am skeptical that Obama can close the deal. I think calling the election is far too premature and even on election day you are probably going to see something very close to the 2000 election. We'll see what happens. The sad thing is that we will lose something either way, unfortunately, we lose less under McCain. Unless McCain has a sudden change of heart...I will not hold my breath.
 

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