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DP Election 2008 :)

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by dutchboxlink, Nov 3, 2008.

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Your Vote For President

Poll closed Nov 5, 2008.
  1. John McCain (Rebublican Party)

    18 vote(s)
    22.8%
  2. Barrack Obama (Democrat Party)

    53 vote(s)
    67.1%
  3. Bob Barr (Libertarian Party)

    3 vote(s)
    3.8%
  4. Chuck Baldwin (Constitution Party)

    1 vote(s)
    1.3%
  5. Cynthia McKinney (Green Party)

    4 vote(s)
    5.1%
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  1. EarnBestIncome

    EarnBestIncome Peon

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    #141
    Congrats to Obama!
    SEMrush
     
    EarnBestIncome, Nov 4, 2008 IP
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  2. .Seth

    .Seth Banned

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    #142
    I am glad Obama got chosen. :D Congratulations.
     
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  3. aleale

    aleale Well-Known Member

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    #143
    congratulations to him....
     
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    Infekted Banned

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    #144
    What do you guys think? How does it effect you? Give more feedback and I am still interested to see how many people will vote for a certain person Barak Obama or John McCain, please visit -> here to cast your vote, you can register if you would like but you don't have to just cast your vote and see how many people would actually choose your favorite candidate.
     
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  5. gsv13

    gsv13 Well-Known Member

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    #145
    Congrats to the guy!
     
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    affiliategirl Peon

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    #146
    Congrats, congrats to then senator and now President Obama! Boy you rock the world! :D

    Honestly, I am not so much interested with what Obama is going to do next. It's enough that he won. Suffice it to say, "he got me at hello!" :p
     
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  7. MakeThatDollar

    MakeThatDollar Notable Member Premium Member

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    #147
    What's it matter who we would choose now or not? Obama won..
     
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    gsv13 Well-Known Member

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    #148
    Bye Bye Mccain ;)
     
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    ksb2050 Well-Known Member

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    #149
    As much as I hate to say this, congrats to the Obama fans. We'll see you in 4 years ;)
     
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  10. desertst0rm

    desertst0rm Peon

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    #150
    Are you sure about that? How sure are you Obama is really against Bush? :confused:
     
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  11. timsdd

    timsdd Peon

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    #151
    Exactly, I was under the opinion that the Dems would have said anything to get elected. Hasn't Obama changed about 5 stances on various topic from the time he started running until now? :rolleyes:

    I wish him luck, I think he's going to need it! :)
     
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  12. earlpearl

    earlpearl Well-Known Member

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    #152
    Gracious, Wade, gracious. It captures some of the uniting and American values expressed by John McCain in his concession speech.
     
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    GeorgeB. Notable Member

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    #153
    Wade has always been the most honorable (yet completely wrong :D) conservative in P&R. So this is no surprise ;)
     
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  14. earlpearl

    earlpearl Well-Known Member

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    #154
    honorable-> Agree
    completely wrong -> Agree
    conservative -> Agree

    Eats chili -> Agree

    ;)
     
    earlpearl, Nov 5, 2008 IP
  15. northpointaiki

    northpointaiki Guest

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    #155
    Wade, an honorable and deeply gracious post, which I find moving, along with my feelings surrounding what took place last night. Thanks for making it.
     
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    lightless Notable Member

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    #156
    Indeed. If Mccain had given that speech before the elections, he might even have won!
     
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    #157
    It's too bad that DP doesn't get it's own electoral votes!
     
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    earlpearl Well-Known Member

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    I want to second what GTech said. It is historic. Last night, while watching the election results, I was blown away by the emotion and comments of so many African American's, especially those who are older and had experienced so many of the problems and issues that have confronted our nation and which they directly faced. Many around the world have been wowed by this aspect of the election.

    Its an astounding sea change of attitude. I'm older than most in DP. I never would have imagined the US electing an African American in my life time. Truly historical, truly astounding. All Americans should be proud that we have this capacity to deal with our problems, allow the world to witness them, and move forward. Its a wonderful redemptive quality of the US.
     
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    #159
    Better hurry Greg. Time to get in line for your welfare check.
     
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    #160
    The JUNIOR Senator should hit up Tinstletown for the $30 million they donated to his campaign...those Actors/Actresses need to be taxed big time! :rolleyes:
     
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