Obama ’08

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    1. no arguments here. i don’t vote. but come the time for the polls. i am heading out to buy an Russian AK.

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    2. CLEARLY BLACK CANDIDATE IS BETTER THAN FEMALE CANDIDATE FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS!:

      HE HAS A PENIS.

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    3. I have to choose my words carefully here, but if he were elected how long do you think it would take before someone would go Lee Harvey Oswald?
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      Oh, and Obama’s better than the woman because she’s a power hungry be-atch.

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    4. P.S. In no way do I advocate someone doing a Lee Harvey Oswald.

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    5. to late. the van is on its way to get you.

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    6. finally a presidential candidate not old enough to apply for medicare haha.

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    7. My order as president is to commit more funding to giant watermelon research.

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    8. @paul_is_drunk

      i think it’s a better option then either mccain (supports iraq war, torture) or huckabee (supports rewriting the constitution to be better in line with xtian doctorine) or even Hillary (one week of the month we randomly nuke a third world country)

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    9. Funny, my problem with McCain is that he doesn’t support torture enough

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    10. @Tiki
      I’m actually VERY pro-Obama, I just didn’t want Diabeetus hunting me down and skinning me with a rusty spoon.

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    11. Vote for him and all your problems will be solved.

      Stop war and torture. Plant more daisies.

      Its fun to cry in groups. Its called caring about what really matters and doing something. Cause crying technically is doing something.

      The only people who benefit from government and politics are the government and politicians.

      And right now they’re all very happy in America.

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    12. @Paul: I never thought of that. Popular african-american leaders do tend to get assassinated a lot. But if that happened it would give our generation a moment. I’m tired of those fucking baby boomers and their VH1s and their generation-defining moments. When I’m 50, how the hell am I supposed to cop pop-culture experience points on young people.

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    13. I’m amazed at how closely politics in America resembles the WWE (formerly WWF right?)

      Heavily orchestrated BS that for some reason a lot of people still swear is real.

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    14. LOL@ mag. Yes, very similar. I think that the only reason so many people swear its real is because it has such a big impact in our lives (or at least we want to think it does; the politics, not wrestling).

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    15. Has anybody else seen the BET commercials? I find it funny that a black channel is saying “What’s in it for us?” (The black vote)

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    16. Caio, you don’t consider the September 11 attacks a generational moment?

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    17. @AliceH

      Actually, no I don’t.

      For the past 6 and a half years there has been no clear resolution that would give everyone closure to the event. We were originally told that Osama Bin Laden was responsible for organizing the attacks. We were told that he was in Iraq, we were told we need to root him out of Iraq to avenge our fallen citizens.

      Then our Government decided that since we were there, it was better to depose Saddam Hussein than to do what they said must be done.

      Then our Government said we needed to stay in Iraq, to maintain the peace, which more and more seems like a vain attempt to reinforce a leaky dam against the flood waters, all the while making noises that Bin Laden was no longer in Iraq, or that he might have never been in Iraq, he’s in AfghanistanIran and we need to find him there while we “maintain the peace” in Iraq.

      If it were to be a generational moment, it should be a day looked back upon in infamy as the first day the people of the United States learned that the Government was no longer “By the People, For the People”

      Unfortunately, no one holds hope that we will be able to change anything anymore, otherwise there would have been riots across the country ever since the USA PATRIOT Act was enacted.

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    18. post 17 is the bestest statement evar of all time for infinities + 1

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    19. That Wiki starts out:
      The acronym stands for: Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001.

      who the hell thinks this stuff up? it’s totally orwellian.

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    20. September 11 will be small fries. 3000 people isn’t much in the scheme of things: Far more Iraqis died, and WWII and Nam make Iraq look like nothing. If this leads to a bigger war, 9/11’ll be something along the lines of the assassination of the archduke. If things cool down, it’ll be a historical footnote.

      MLK, on the other hand, and Malcom X, changed the way people thought about race around the world. You know, the marches in the states inspired Civil Rights movements in any number of countries. And a black president in the US? That would be something.

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      • Just to clarify: 9-11 didn’t change the way people think. It made Americans more tenacious and stupid, and it made everyone hate americans more, but really that’s just a matter of degree because americans have always been stubborn fools and everyone has always hated them.

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