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Political Stances on Firearms 2008

Old 02-13-2008, 01:16 PM
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Its been the lesser of the 2 evils everytime I have voted...
And it will remain that way for a long while..My long range forecast is Obama wins it and in 4 years is out of office because of his job performance . This guy has no experience at all and is a true lightweight.
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Old 02-13-2008, 01:19 PM
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Yeah I just keep thinking what it would be like if Hillary were elected..... yikes!!
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Old 02-13-2008, 07:00 PM
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Yeah I just keep thinking what it would be like if Hillary were elected..... yikes!!
Somebody would shoot her... hence her anti-gun shennannagians. Hell I'd be scared too.

Problem with the presidency is that anybody who has enough character to be right for the job doesn't have the ability to stoop to a low enough level to win the job. Anybody who is smart enough for the job is also smart enough to know better. Anybody experienced enough in politics has typically been corrupted by them. Anyone honest enoughto be right for the job has probably angered enough voters with the blunt truth that they would never win the job.Its a vicious cycle.
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Old 02-13-2008, 07:59 PM
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What's the point? Ron Paul and Huckabee are out of the running -- finito, fini, kaput, done. Their positions are now irrelevant. Every day it is looking more and more like Hillary doesn't matter. It is stacking up to be a question of "between Barrack Obama and John McCain, which is likely to appoint gun-friendly supreme court justices?" I think McCain will appoint more 2nd amendment friendly supreme court justices.
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