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finataxia24
09-29-2008, 12:20 PM
taken from redstate.org

Obama is the classic tax and spend liberal, but his message of change is even more socialist than previous Dems. McCain needs to hammer this point home with the American people, because based on the polls our fellow Americans either aren't getting this message or the rest of us must have selpt through and missed the revolution.


http://www.redstate.com/diaries/dvdmsr/2008/sep/29/if-john-mccain-says-this-he-will-win-the-elec/

BillParFan
09-29-2008, 12:29 PM
taken from redstate.org

Obama is the classic tax and spend liberal, but his message of change is even more socialist than previous Dems. McCain needs to hammer this point home with the American people, because based on the polls our fellow Americans either aren't getting this message or the rest of us must have selpt through and missed the revolution.


http://www.redstate.com/diaries/dvdmsr/2008/sep/29/if-john-mccain-says-this-he-will-win-the-elec/

It's a shame the "classic" taunt fails to work!

More than 70 percent of the National debt came under three Presidents.

Name them if you can!

BlueFin
09-29-2008, 12:29 PM
Oh come one, aren't you listening to the Obama supporters on here?, some of them have actually been deluded into believing he is right of center.(as laughable as that is).

Regarding the polls, never fear, they were slanted for Kerry and Gore and both lost.

The American people in majority will see thru this candidate, who cares more about winning elections than actually doing anything of substance, all words and little action......the Obama history.

MoFinz
09-29-2008, 12:35 PM
Obama has already shown he'll say whatever he needs to be elected. No surprise that McCain would say what he needs to say to be elected as well. Is anything news here?

Tetragrammaton
09-29-2008, 02:55 PM
Oh come one, aren't you listening to the Obama supporters on here?, some of them have actually been deluded into believing he is right of center.(as laughable as that is).

Regarding the polls, never fear, they were slanted for Kerry and Gore and both lost.

The American people in majority will see thru this candidate, who cares more about winning elections than actually doing anything of substance, all words and little action......the Obama history.

I have already explained this to you. At this point last election, Kerry was behind. I posted Gallup polling last time you claimed that.

And he is right of center. Not in the archaic system you use, but in reality he is.

FinFatale
09-29-2008, 03:18 PM
I have already explained this to you. At this point last election, Kerry was behind. I posted Gallup polling last time you claimed that.

And he is right of center. Not in the archaic system you use, but in reality he is.





John Kerry leads George Bush by 49 to 48 percent among likely voters in a new Gallup poll (http://www.usatoday.com/news/politicselections/nation/polls/usatodaypolls.htm). Other key findings: Bush's approval rating has fallen to 47 percent, another sign of danger for the incumbent, and respondents in the poll chose Kerry as the winner of the second debate by a decisive margin of 45 to 30 percent. http://www.thedemocraticstrategist.org/donkeyrising/2004/10/new_gallup_poll_shows_progress.html

THIS IS FROM A PERIOD IN 2004 BETWEEN THE FIRST AND SECOND DEBATE...........NOW IT'S THE SAME AS THIS PERIOD........
it doesn't agree with yours.............

MDFINFAN
09-29-2008, 03:25 PM
Oh come one, aren't you listening to the Obama supporters on here?, some of them have actually been deluded into believing he is right of center.(as laughable as that is).

Regarding the polls, never fear, they were slanted for Kerry and Gore and both lost.

The American people in majority will see thru this candidate, who cares more about winning elections than actually doing anything of substance, all words and little action......the Obama history.

you are kidding, right, Obama to the right of center, no way, a centrist I can see that in him.. The repubs have been using the Tax and spend line for a long time, but these economic melt downs seem to happen more often on the cut taxes and spend crowd..and yes the repub's spend, the last 8 years has shown that, and the biggest deficit budgets have been with their administrations...so please don't try to spin that.. that's a fact...the numbers are there to prove it. I hope the majority of americans see thru McCain's antic's, Sara for Hillery voters, the economic fundamentals are sound, Cut taxes for the rich yet again, Deregulate, suspension of campaign ploy, what foreign experience ploy..he's never did anything on foreign policies that's affected us...Gaffe after gaffe after gaffee... WRONG on going to Iraq, Wrong on the litiny of what Obama said about Iraq for him, wrong on Georgia in terms of tone, same with Iran, wrong about actionable targets in Pakinstan, since the admin has use the tactics, we've gotten 2 high profile targets..wrong about talking to enemies, NK came to the table, and Iran has shut up about threaten us and their neighbors, just because we engaged them. And Mr. I don't know anything about the economy is not the right person to be running a economy that's fraigle right now...PERIOD, less than that disater of a VP he's pull out of a hat who don't know Puttin being in Russia, and airspace that's shared is not foreign experience..come on...is the hat pulled over you guys eyes that much, are you that in the tank for McVain, I can fix anything bow down and worship me guy..:rolleyes2:

http://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2008/10/fiscalconservatives-1.jpg

Tetragrammaton
09-29-2008, 03:26 PM
http://www.thedemocraticstrategist.org/donkeyrising/2004/10/new_gallup_poll_shows_progress.html

THIS IS FROM A PERIOD IN 2004 BETWEEN THE FIRST AND SECOND DEBATE...........NOW IT'S THE SAME AS THIS PERIOD........
it doesn't agree with yours.............

That is one poll. How about a few dozen?


http://www.pollingreport2.com/wh2004a.htm

FinFatale
09-29-2008, 03:37 PM
what truly makes one any better than other??????????? the one I posted was from a democratic site...........thought that might suffice.........lol

Tetragrammaton
09-29-2008, 04:46 PM
what truly makes one any better than other??????????? the one I posted was from a democratic site...........thought that might suffice.........lol

That is only poll, which is why it doesn't apply accurately. A poll the other day had Obama winning North Carolina. Will it happen? Not likely, as the majority of polls have said otherwise.

If you look at the polls for 2004, from this time today until the election, Bush led in a large majority of the polls.

Republicans have been using this line for a long time. They were right back in June, as Kerry did lead then. They need to remember we are in late September now.

ih8brady
09-29-2008, 09:10 PM
The American people in majority will see thru this candidate, who cares more about winning elections than actually doing anything of substance, all words and little action......


Are you talking about that Senator who wrote a book in which he confessed he ran for the presidency not because he was the best man for the job or that he had a great plan for the country but purely for his own ego?



Country first? :err: