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Not Moving to Mexico yet

Lexington, KY

#1 Sep 18, 2008
McCain's selection of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his vice presidential running mate had rocked the race and electrified the conservative base, pushing the Republican into the lead in polls and spreading panic among some Democrats.
The recent opinion snapshots polls appear to show Palin's injection of momentum for McCain diminishing.
"Senator Obama is right back where he was before the so-called convention bounces with a four-point lead," said Maurice Carroll, director the Quinnipiac University polling institute.
Obama wants to change America!
McCain wants to change titles!
Wise Man

Prattsville, AR

#2 Sep 18, 2008
Not Moving to Mexico yet wrote:
McCain's selection of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his vice presidential running mate had rocked the race and electrified the conservative base, pushing the Republican into the lead in polls and spreading panic among some Democrats.
The recent opinion snapshots polls appear to show Palin's injection of momentum for McCain diminishing.
"Senator Obama is right back where he was before the so-called convention bounces with a four-point lead," said Maurice Carroll, director the Quinnipiac University polling institute.
Obama wants to change America!
McCain wants to change titles!
I hate to rain on your Obamamite parade, but your pole is biased. Most poles of this type are skewed heavily democratic and typically only include 25% or less Rebublicans in them. Why, they concentrate only on the larger 'liberal' cities, because it is easier and gives them the outcome they want. Most poles are funded by the self proclaimed liberal news media. The Rasmussen pole is considered the most unbiased of all the political poles and it shows McCain attracting 49% of the vote to Obama's 47%. This pole included 1,000 voters with 38.7% Democratic, 33.6% Republican, and 27.7% unaffiliated. When the total population is considered among likely voters, McCain has an even larger lead.
God help this country if the second Jimmy Carter lucks out and is elected. I fell for that 'vote change' once and am now the only person I can find that will admit to voting for Mr. Impotent Carter and his misery index.
I think Mexico is just the right place for you to move--I'll even help you hook up your trailer. I've had the misfortune to have to go there several times on business and it fits most Obamites, because that's what they want for Ameica.
Not Moving to Mexico yet

Doniphan, MO

#3 Sep 18, 2008
Wise Man wrote:
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I hate to rain on your Obamamite parade, but your pole is biased. Most poles of this type are skewed heavily democratic and typically only include 25% or less Rebublicans in them. Why, they concentrate only on the larger 'liberal' cities, because it is easier and gives them the outcome they want. Most poles are funded by the self proclaimed liberal news media. The Rasmussen pole is considered the most unbiased of all the political poles and it shows McCain attracting 49% of the vote to Obama's 47%. This pole included 1,000 voters with 38.7% Democratic, 33.6% Republican, and 27.7% unaffiliated. When the total population is considered among likely voters, McCain has an even larger lead.
God help this country if the second Jimmy Carter lucks out and is elected. I fell for that 'vote change' once and am now the only person I can find that will admit to voting for Mr. Impotent Carter and his misery index.
I think Mexico is just the right place for you to move--I'll even help you hook up your trailer. I've had the misfortune to have to go there several times on business and it fits most Obamites, because that's what they want for Ameica.
Thanks mr. wiseman for letting me know that MY poll is bias! So wise you are! You must be in the oil business! I didn't care much for the Peanut myself, but I have to say the country was a much better place for middle class people(compared to today)when he was in the oval office! Have you enjoyed the last 8 years? Its gonna be more of the same if McCain gets the nod. I really appreciate what he did for our country, when we were fighting the other war that we had no business in. But, being a POW does not make you a good businessman! We need a businessman that looks out for the stockholders(the American People). Not one that looks out for his rich comrads. If you have been to Mexico on business, then you probably are upper class. However, it is the middle class, blue collar Americans that keep you flyin high. No thanks required! America needs fixing, and I don't think he McCan!
God bless AmeRica! We need it!
well

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Sep 18, 2008
Nobody cares to hear you talk up Obama like he's God and put down McCain like he's nothing.

LET IT GO.
Not Moving to Mexico yet

Doniphan, MO

#5 Sep 18, 2008
Don't think I said either. Besides he would be Mohammed........I guess. But thats his business. Also, I don't think I said McCain was nothing. If nobody cares, why are you reading it? I guess you probably think that I'm a lower class African American.....Wrong! I once was a little racist. Now I'm a realist! I own 2 businesses and I make a living, not a killing. I am a middle age white guy that has worked all my life. I don't mind working at all. It would just make it alot better knowing that not so much of my money was lining the pockets of all these white collar pencil pushers! Don't be scared of a black man being in oval office, because I think that is what bothers alot of people, they just can't admit it. A little racism hidden down deep inside? Opps I just played the race card. It may be trumps!
Dorfus

Lexington, KY

#6 Sep 18, 2008
Don't none of you dumb a$$ people count your chickens till the eggs hatch! You all might be surprized! Watch and learn, see what is really going on in the world of politics! Don't count out the Dems nor the Reps. The end is going to be great shock for all of good ole USA!
Wise Man

Greensburg, KY

#7 Sep 19, 2008
Not Moving to Mexico yet wrote:
Don't think I said either. Besides he would be Mohammed........I guess. But thats his business. Also, I don't think I said McCain was nothing. If nobody cares, why are you reading it? I guess you probably think that I'm a lower class African American.....Wrong! I once was a little racist. Now I'm a realist! I own 2 businesses and I make a living, not a killing. I am a middle age white guy that has worked all my life. I don't mind working at all. It would just make it alot better knowing that not so much of my money was lining the pockets of all these white collar pencil pushers! Don't be scared of a black man being in oval office, because I think that is what bothers alot of people, they just can't admit it. A little racism hidden down deep inside? Opps I just played the race card. It may be trumps!
Mr Not Moving To Mexico Yet, I don't think you are a low class American, just a misled one who has heard too much Utopian propaganda. You said you were middle class, well I don't know where you were during Carter's pathetic administration, but I can say from a middle class American that can actually remember past yesterday it was awful. Gas lines with station rationing, higher gas prices then when inflation is factored, double digit interest rates, double digit unemployment, an impotent foreign policy with a bunch of college students holding us hostage, a military that had been gutted so bad it couldn't fly helicopters across a desert, and the absolute best of all Carter invented 'misery index' to tell us how bad we had it. Now tell me once again how the middle class was better off then. You are listening too much to Obama, who will put us worst off than Mr. Peanut. I don't like either candidate, but I know an incompetent person when I see one and Obama fits the bill. I hope to God that before this election, people like you actually stop and think for yourself instead of letting someone else do it for you. If you think you will be better off under a Carter type administration, then you are not the working middle class, but part of the gimme generation that the real middle glass support.
not moving yet

Greenbrier, AR

#8 Sep 19, 2008
Wise Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr Not Moving To Mexico Yet, I don't think you are a low class American, just a misled one who has heard too much Utopian propaganda. You said you were middle class, well I don't know where you were during Carter's pathetic administration, but I can say from a middle class American that can actually remember past yesterday it was awful. Gas lines with station rationing, higher gas prices then when inflation is factored, double digit interest rates, double digit unemployment, an impotent foreign policy with a bunch of college students holding us hostage, a military that had been gutted so bad it couldn't fly helicopters across a desert, and the absolute best of all Carter invented 'misery index' to tell us how bad we had it. Now tell me once again how the middle class was better off then. You are listening too much to Obama, who will put us worst off than Mr. Peanut. I don't like either candidate, but I know an incompetent person when I see one and Obama fits the bill. I hope to God that before this election, people like you actually stop and think for yourself instead of letting someone else do it for you. If you think you will be better off under a Carter type administration, then you are not the working middle class, but part of the gimme generation that the real middle glass support.
and what does any of this have to do with the quote?
David

Lexington, KY

#9 Sep 20, 2008
I don't see how it can get much worse than having a "misery index" to let you know how bad your life sucks. I wasn't around during the Carter years, but I have read about them, and I really don't care for a repeat.
not moving yet

Big Clifty, KY

#10 Sep 20, 2008
what the hell does Pres. Carter have to do with Sen. Obama
David

Lexington, KY

#11 Sep 20, 2008
NMY---Your quote from earlier: "I didn't care much for the Peanut myself, but I have to say the country was a much better place for middle class people(compared to today)when he was in the oval office."

This quote is what is being discussed in the last few posts. No one is comparing Sen. Obama to President Carter, at least I am not. I am simply pointing out that it would be nearly impossible for the Carter administration to have created a "better place" for the middle class than the current administration given how woefully inept and plain terrible the Carter administration was. President Carter is widely considered the worst president of all time, and I agree. When you need a misery index just to grasp how terrible life is..it really can't get much worse than that.
beep

Brandon, MS

#12 Sep 20, 2008
How 'bout them cowboys?
not moving yet

Trinity, TX

#13 Sep 21, 2008
David wrote:
NMY---Your quote from earlier: "I didn't care much for the Peanut myself, but I have to say the country was a much better place for middle class people(compared to today)when he was in the oval office."
This quote is what is being discussed in the last few posts. No one is comparing Sen. Obama to President Carter, at least I am not. I am simply pointing out that it would be nearly impossible for the Carter administration to have created a "better place" for the middle class than the current administration given how woefully inept and plain terrible the Carter administration was. President Carter is widely considered the worst president of all time, and I agree. When you need a misery index just to grasp how terrible life is..it really can't get much worse than that.
No, the self proclaimed wiseman was trying to put Carter and Obama in the same bucket.
David

Lexington, KY

#14 Sep 21, 2008
Well I can't speak for wise man. I was just explaining my statement.
Jesus Freak

Trinity, TX

#15 Sep 21, 2008
I remember the Carter years. It was not a good time. Interest rates over 21%. The economy in shambles. I remember my dad waiting in gas lines to purchase 5-10 dollars worth of gas to be able to get to work and back. I remember gas stations limiting the amount you could purchase. I remember skyrocketing prices. I remember the misery index.

I will put Obama and Carter in the same bucket because they both espouse the same Marxist socialist ideas that government knows best and should be the one to run everything. This government is already too socialist in nature and needs to be reigned in. Will McCain do it? I don't know. I hope he will try, but one thing for certain from what I am reading and learning Obama won't.
Wise Man

Greenbrier, AR

#16 Sep 21, 2008
Mr. Not Moving Yet, the only one thing that you are correct one is I WAS putting Jimmy 'Hamas I love anyone who hates America' Carter in the same bucket. I fell for the ambiguous 'change' political line once and it was the biggest mistake of my life, just like you and others are falling for it now. Obama is saying the EXACT same things as Carter did--I believe Obama must have the same advisors. Obama is clear in what he says he will do--exactly what Carter said he would do and then did when we elected him. Now you can ignor it or refuse to believe it, but that is the way it is. It is history. It is fact. Even most knowledgeable Democrats admit Carter was the worst president America has ever had, but then they turn around and support Obama, who has the same platform. I remember the line, "anything is better than Ford" and I believed them. Obama is saying the same thing about Mr. Bush. I did not have history to draw on like you do. Why do you think Regan won such a landslide with Democrat votes throwing Carter out?
The problem with you guys is that you are so focused on hating Bush that you can't see what is going to happen to you, and by default me. There have been several posts here after you started your pathetic declaration of leaving the country unless you got your way, explaining to you very clearly what Obama stood for with facts to back it up and you refuse to listen. If you hate America so much, as I said earlier I will help you load the truck out of here. I think you will find Mexico is not the panacea you think it is..
not moving yet

Greenbrier, AR

#17 Sep 21, 2008
To be fair to Peanut, when he took office, this country was already on a down slide.
This will be my last post, maybe (lol), because I won't try to change the mind of someone so narrow.

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