Change we can believe in

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    1. Barr is a candidate: True
      Barr is a Libertarian: False

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    2. senator barr in the 90’s:
      MARIJUANA MUST BE ILLEGAL!
      IMPEACH CLINTON FOR BLOWJOB!

      unemployed barr looking for attention in 2008:
      MARIJUANA MUST BE LEGALIZED!
      GOVERNMENT SHOULD STAY OUT OF PEOPLE’S PRIVATE LIVES!

      he’s a first-class douchebag.

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    3. As a libertarian, I wish the Libertarian wasn’t always such a fucking joke.

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    4. Bob Barr is only running as a libertarian to spite the republicans.

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    5. Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice charges under new federal laws that Clinton himself signed into law earlier.

      To say it was because of a “blowjob” is a lie.

      BTW, Barr is idiot.

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    6. @gor: the impeachment took place because of the blowjob. saying it was for perjury is like saying the boat sank because it was filled with water, instead of pointing out that it hit an iceberg. technically you’re right but you’re missing the point.

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    7. Clinton lied under oath in court and attempted to illegaly cover it up. If he didn’t commit those crimes, the blowjob would not have matter and he could have not been in impeach, his criminal acts were point.

      The irony was that under the new federal law that Clinton signed into law about a year or so earier, the court could not have asked him those question about his previous sexual acts during his sexual harrassment hearing and he would not have perjured himself. Clinton is the only one to blame for his problems, because he should have known that his political enemies would use any criminal misdeeds against him if they found out, which they did. It was the media that jumped on the Oval Office BJ that people only remember.

      BTW, Barr is an idiot and I hope he never, ever gets back into office.

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    8. McCain Letter Demanded 2006 Action on Fannie and Freddie

      Sen. John McCain’s 2006 demand for regulatory action on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could have prevented current financial crisis, as HUMAN EVENTS learned from the letter shown in full text below.

      McCain’s letter — signed by nineteen other senators — said that it was “…vitally important that Congress take the necessary steps to ensure that [Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac]…operate in a safe and sound manner.[and]..More importantly, Congress must ensure that the American taxpayer is protected in the event that either…should fail.”

      Sen. Obama did not sign the letter, nor did any other Democrat.

      www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=28973

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    9. diabeetus, it’s not about facts, it’s about the returning of the messiah and anyone who votes against BHO is a racist, so I guess he can count on my vote. Also, as I as my area gets it’s own chapter of “Obama Youth”, I’m going to make sure my kids get properly indocrinated. See the leaders of tomorrow here www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=77052 .

      BTW, Barr is a tool and I hear he molest collies too, the bastard.

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    10. He looks like he’s been crying.

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    11. @diabeetus:
      McCain Spends His Entire Career Pushing for Deregulation

      McCain is a fucking fascist who for almost thirty years consistently voted against the working class and private citizens and for the rich and powerful and corporations. This venality was exposed when he appeared before a hearing committee to delay their investigation of Charles Keating for several months, during which time Keating lost hundreds of millions of dollars of retirement funds and personal savings accounts. In addition, everyone who has known McCain privately has come forward to share their view that McCain is a violent unhinged bully who pushes people around and is pretty much a complete asshole. He called his wife a cunt and made a joke about a woman raped by a gorilla enjoying it. Meanwhile everyone from Obama’s past has nothing but nice things to say about him, how he got people to work together and was interesting in helping others rather than himself.

      McCain ’08!

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    12. The thing about McCain and that letter is: he was sane in 2006. Honestly, I don’t know what’s happened to him since February, or so. He’s sort of like FlappyCunt, all over the place. He goes 180 to 360 to 180 again in under 24 hours. No letter from 2006 is going to convince me that he knows what he’s talking about today. I don’t know where he’s getting his advice from, but it’s obviously from several distinct people who don’t agree w/ each other.

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    13. Obama has to win, we will vote as many times to make sure it happens, okay?

      BTW, can we all agree that Barr is an ass?

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    14. @j0e:
      Radical Islamic Leader Louis farrakhan Calls OBAMA the messiah!

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    15. @diabeetus:
      Radical Christian Leaders Call McCain the messiah!

      also, who gives a fuck? what a stupid argument against someone: “so and so likes you”

      lol diabeetus your desperation is showing. but i guess talking about policy is sort of hopeless for you so you have to make silly comments like that.

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    16. @j0e:

      Radical Christian Leaders Call McCain the messiah!

      Do you have any sauce on that? At least I have a video to prove my case.

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    17. you missed the point which is, who gives a shit what louis farakwhatever thinks?

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    18. Don’t you love elections? Democrats find excuses to hate the Republican candidate and Republicans find excuses to hate the Democrat. And they’ll be damned if they take a minute to consider the qualifications and maybe vote based on policies and such. I’m voting for McCain, but only because Obama will run this country so far into the ground it will amaze George Bush.

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    19. Exacerbate your post sounds like it was written by two completely different people who had no contact with each other beforehand.

      Are you DID?

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    20. @Exacerbate: Sorry, but I’m w/ Caio on this one. You were fine until you said “but”. then your alter ego started typing.

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    21. you have to be either lying, or insane, or really really REALLY stupid to think that a republican is what this country needs right now

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    22. @Caio: @nyokki:
      I wasn’t very clear. I think Obama will run this country into the ground specifically because some of his economic policies.

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    23. Which ones? You’re preaching the divine prophecy of non-partisan politics in spite of the fact that you’ve done nothing but regurgitate partisan buzzwords.

      There’s an Obama link in the upper right corner. Let’s talk about his economic policies will fail. Using details.

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    24. @Exacerbate: I watched the debate and and heard McCain say he would buy every bad mortgage. What kind of fiscal policy is that?

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    25. His plans to bailout individual homeowners which will cost a shitload. His tax raising(which we don’t need right now) on both corporations and every other taxpayer, his redistribution of wealth, and his increased spending for the most part. I’m just really against the fact that all these unnecessary things he wants to do comes at the expense of tax payers and eventually result in them having less money. I mean, with his taxes on corporations, they’re going to either have to downsize, or pay their employees less. So people now have less money than they did before and now they’ll have even less due to the fact that they have to pay more taxes. I mean, if you think about it, you’ll pretty much be working for the government. You’ll be giving them close to half of your money under an Obama administration.

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    26. Oh yeah, a third thing with the corporations. Jack up the price of whatever they’re selling.

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    27. I find it interesting that a conservative would back McCain, regardless of who the democratic candidate is.

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    28. I give close to half my money to the Harper administration. More than the average person because I pay 60% on Tobacco and I’m a heavy smoker.

      Do I mind? No, that’s the cost of living in a well-ordered society.

      Yeah a change in tax structure is going to be a blow on the economy but it will come back on stronger foundations.

      Like yourself I’d rather see complete shift to sales tax, as that’s a hell of a lot better than what either candidate is opposing, but Obama is the lesser of two evils: notice how well the current ‘bail out the incompetent rich’ line McCain is taking is working out.

      I don’t want a man like McCain – who has never held a fucking job and is legally exempt from taxation because his household income is high enough – to be telling me about taxes. How about the day he pays taxes is the day he can tell me about them.

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    29. erm *better than what either candidate is offering. I’ve drink had.

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    30. I’m willing to pay taxes for the things I want and buy. I think anyone saying we can get out of this bail-out, Iraq war and several other fuck-ups w/out raising taxes on everyone is delusional.

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