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Started by Geekyfanboy, January 21, 2008, 12:35:55 PM
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Quote from: Bryancd on January 22, 2008, 09:35:23 AMFor sure, X, it's just that we can't vote for Bush or Bill Clinton, so a review of those economic policies, success and failures, isn't as germane to the original topic.
Quote from: Just X on January 22, 2008, 09:06:17 AMQuote from: Jen on January 22, 2008, 04:33:54 AMI can't believe I'm arguing for Hillary. Esh... I need to just stop. Buuuuut.... It's not just the polls. There's something called caucuses and primaries going on right now, it involves voting. While I would agree that Hill seems to be winning the states, she's not winning as many delegates as Obama is. She's capturing more population centers and thus higher votes, but he's taking home more counties and delegates than she is right now.
Quote from: Jen on January 22, 2008, 04:33:54 AMI can't believe I'm arguing for Hillary. Esh... I need to just stop. Buuuuut.... It's not just the polls. There's something called caucuses and primaries going on right now, it involves voting.
Quote from: Just X on January 21, 2008, 01:51:13 PMI don't like Clinton either because I can't trust her for some reason.McCain and Obama are the two that I like the most.
Quote from: Jobydrone4of20 on January 22, 2008, 05:52:25 AMI'd love to see Hillary and Obama on the same ticket, with Obama as Hillary's VP. Seems to me that would be an automatic win for the Democrats. I was a big fan of Bill Clinton and felt that during his two terms our country seemed to be doing better than I can ever remember fiscally, socially, and politically. I'd love a return to that kind of political environment again.
Quote from: Kinglinksr on January 27, 2008, 10:20:17 PMNo offense to you Darmok or anyone who supports Barack...but this video just stopped me from considering him a potential candidate. Why? might you ask. Because he is playing politics in church. Although I consider our current "separation of church and state "rule"" overused and abused, I do NOT like to be preached to about politics when I listen to worship or go to worship. I'm sorry, but I'm there to listen to the Bible, not a candidate's views of politics. Another way to view it is, do you like listening to a sermon about how we should all be stopping the drilling of oil/you should support taxes/anything political? I do not like it when pastors try to talk about politics. Its all fine and dandy when they aren't on the podium as they have their opinion, but talking about it in front of the church-goers, in my honest opinion, is......not right. Yes, I acknowledge that Religion and Politics mix, but in this case, I cannot stand for it. Now, one thing before I stop, I accept your opinions. I don't mean to shut anyone down ever. I'm just stating my opinion. And I accept that I might have misinterpreted this video.King
Quote from: Kinglinksr on January 27, 2008, 10:20:17 PMNo offense to you Darmok or anyone who supports Barack...but this video just stopped me from considering him a potential candidate. Why? might you ask. Because he is playing politics in church.
Quote from: Ktrek on January 28, 2008, 01:51:35 PMI really like Obama the more I hear him. He makes a lot of sense. One problem I do have with him though is the black racism his so-called pastor spouts off. If Obama wants "unity" and an America where color does not exist as an issue then why has he supported this all black church for 20 years?