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Posted in: Obama sweeps to victory, says change has come to America See in context

Madverts,

You too. ;)

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Posted in: Obama sweeps to victory, says change has come to America See in context

Betzee, USAFdude, gooddonkey, yabits, taka, Sezwho,

I want to thank you.

I want to thank you all your posts here, for all that you've done, during these past dark years.

Thanks for your ideas, your feedback and most importantly thanks for keeping my spirit lifted through what has been a truly trying period. America is BACK. America repudiates Bush. Reaganism is dead. At last. The Republicans --reeling -- are now a regional party, destined for the political wilderness for quite some time. We Democrats are the national party, the party of America.

Our long national nightmare is OVER.

Its a good day for America. A good day to be an American.

Thank you for everything.

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Posted in: Obama sweeps to victory, says change has come to America See in context

Obama sweeps to victory, says change has come to America

YES!!!!

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Posted in: McCain, Obama trade barbs in 2nd debate See in context

Yabits

The Party of Lincoln died long ago. Long before Reagan, who, you are right, really started this whole mess.

American hero? Puh-lease.

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Posted in: McCain, Obama trade barbs in 2nd debate See in context

Betzee

Because he " reinvented himself" I only feel contempt for him.

Because he is down, I only feel the need to break him so he and his party will never get back up.

Obama/Biden 08

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Posted in: McCain, Obama trade barbs in 2nd debate See in context

Town hall Q & A over. So is McCain.

Polls: Obama won the Town-Hall Event. McCain needed to win; he did not. At best, he came in a close second.

Say goodnight, Johnny. It's President That One to you.

I'm lovin' it. Its a good day for America. A good day to be an American. Our long national nightmare is over. Some evidence for what I'm talking about: A recent email to the (Right WIng) National Review says...

*Well I have gone outside and pulled up my Mcain/Palin sign. This election is over. I will vote for Mcain but I know that come Nov. 5 Obama will be our president-elect.

I feel sorry for Sarah Palin. A once promising career will be permanently connected to the landside loss of John McCain.

I weep for my children and their families.*

Good. Its about time.

Their crummy spirit really is broken. Now's the time for America to press our advantage and crush their movement. Time to end for a generation their rape of our nation.

Our enemy is on the retreat. We will not let them get away and regroup. We will crush them. We will make more Republicans "weep". We will make them weep untill the cows come home.

We will take our country back.

Obama/Biden 08!

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Posted in: McCain pins hopes on high-stakes debate See in context

Farmboy

I agree.

And not that the Town hall Q & A over, So is McCain.

Polls: Obama won the Town-Hall Event.

McCain needed to win; he did not. At best, he came in a close second. Say goodnight, Johnny. It's President That One to you.

I'm lovin' it. Its a good day for America. A good day to be an American.

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Posted in: Woman dies after being run over by truck driven by boyfriend in Aichi See in context

That's not fun.

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Posted in: Palin defends terrorist comment against Obama See in context

I am happy to see Sarah Palin the Republican VP candidate. Palin spells the end of the Republican cohesiveness. Palin's position as VP illustrates that the Republican Guard have, as I have pointed out over the past years, taken over the party.

The more she gibbers, winks and lies, the more clear it becomes: the lunatics are in charge of that asylum.

Everytime Palin goes out there, everyone can see on full display how the anti-intellectual, anti-elite, anti-science, ant-Liberal (with a capital L) populist Right has turned against Washington and Wall Street. The Republican alliance is shattered.

Palin's ascendancy marks how the Republicans have turned themselves primarily into a regional party . Obama's and the Democrats current lead in Virginia is reflective of the larger demographic trends in America.

And Republicans, with their entrenchment to the white Right, show how they are on the wrong side of the demographic trends in America.

Ironic that the Right, who reject evolution, are falling prey to one of its lesson's: Yesterdays advantage can turn to today's burden. Just like the Mamoth's oversized tusks. The Republican stranglehold on small town conservatisim has turned out to be small town conservatism's stranglehold on the party.

We are on the verge of a new Center/Left Coalition. The Reagan Revolution has run its course. Right into a ditch. I'm lovin it.

Its a good time to be an American. Our long national nightmare is drawing to a close.

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Posted in: McCain pins hopes on high-stakes debate See in context

USAFdude

You betcha!

McCain-Fey '08

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Posted in: Palin defends terrorist comment against Obama See in context

Palin. Good for the base.

Good for her. America is not fooled.

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Posted in: McCain pins hopes on high-stakes debate See in context

McCain is going down.

On another note, I am happy to see Sarah Palin the Republican VP candidate. Palin spells the end of the Republican cohesiveness. Palins position as VP illustrates that the Republican Guard have, as I have pointed out over the past years, taken over the party.

The lunatics are in charge of that Party.

Everytime Palin goes out there, everyone can see on full display how the anti-intellectual, anti-elite, anti-science, ant-Liberal (with a capital L) populist Right has turned against Washington and Wall Street. The Republican alliance is shattered.

Palin's ascendancy marks how the Republicans have turned themselves primarily into a regional party.

Obama's and the Democrats current lead in Virginia is reflective of the larger demographic trends in America,

And Republicans, with their entrenchment to the white Right, show how they are on the wrong side of the demographic trends in America.

Ironic that the Right, who reject evolution, are falling prey to one of its lesson's: Yesterdays advantage can turn to today's burden. Just like the Mamoth's oversized tusks. The Republican stranglehold on small town conservatisim has turned out to be small town conservatism's stranglehold on the party.

We are on the verge of a new Center/Left Coalition. The Reagan Revolution has run its course.

Right into a ditch.

I'm lovin it.

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Posted in: Palin says she's ready to step in as president See in context

Palin says she's ready to step in as president

Yeah, she's just not ready to an open interview. Who knows, a really nasty reporter could ask her a rude question.

What. A. Joke.

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Posted in: Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy See in context

GoodDonkey

I agree. To the extent that capitalism provides us with certain tools to, in the end, "form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity."

I think it is important to note that our form of capitalism is not the only one. We come from one of the two main schools the Liberal Capitalist school. There is the German school, the one that Japan basically uses, y'know State Managed Capitalism.

Which the neo=classical Chicago School ideologues -- who have taken over our country and whose acolytes are largely responsible for our current mess -- dismiss as 'socialism."

Which it is not.

Its managed capitalism.

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Posted in: Bombs kill at least 35 in Iraq See in context

"MIssion Accomplished"

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Posted in: What do you think of the recent financial upheavals in the U.S. that have seen Lehman Brothers file for bankruptcy, Bank of America buy Merrill Lynch, the collapse of Bear Stearns and the U.S. governm See in context

not because i have any engagement with these financial institutes,

The thing is: you do. Everyone on the planet who uses currency is directly affected by what is goes on with the US financial markets. Everyone.

Welcome to the global economy.

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Posted in: Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy See in context

On another note:

We went to sleep Friday night with pigs and lipstick and woke up yesterday to find that Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch no longer exist, A.I.G. stock lost 60% of its value. By the time we went to bed last night the Dow dropped 500 points. And Greenspan telling us our economy may be in a 'once-in-a-century' crisis.

The economy is back. Here is a good read on the impact for this fall

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2008/09/15/wall_street_shocks_return_focu.html?hpid=topnews

The number one issue now will be: "How are you going to fix this mess and prevent a repetition?"

Well, Republicans, let hear it: How is John “The issue of economics is not something I’ve understood as well as I should” McCain gonna fix this mess and prevent a repetition?

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Posted in: Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy See in context

woops

Faith that the market solves everything. Faith that stocks and housing will always rise. Faith that we can borrow for ever, as individuals and as a nation, faith that we can outgrow today's debt with tomorrows growth, and faith the the dollar will always be the reserve currency for the planet, and therefor we can print as many as we want.

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Posted in: Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy See in context

GoodDonkey

I understand the gist of your post and find myself in overall agreement.

Your statement "I believe in capitalism," I find revealing. The last time I checked, capitalism was an economic (and political system), not a belief system.

Now I realize you probably used it just as a turn of phrase, but I think its important to recall that a lot of the reason why we are in this economic mess that we are is because too many started thinking of capitalism as a belief system, as a religion as it were. And this led these people, these Republicans, to spread a bunch of nonsense about no regulation, low taxes and so forth.

And it was all ok, because people had Faith.

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Posted in: Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy See in context

Blah blah blah.

You have no shame.

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Posted in: U.S. officials say Al-Qaida 'imploding,' unpopular See in context

U.S. officials say Al-Qaida 'imploding,' unpopular

We've heard this before. Many times.

An yet, Al-Qaida is still around. And Osama is still at large.

Bush is failure. He invaded the wrong county.

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Posted in: Both U.S. presidential campaigns faulted for negative ads See in context

Sorry, but Obama's the one who said "It's the right thing to do" concerning sex education for kindergarteners.

Liar. Have you no shame?

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Posted in: Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy See in context

Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy

I blame Bush. I blame the Republicans.

I say "throw the bums out."

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Posted in: Obama, McCain blame economic woes on greed, policy See in context

Americans trust Democrats on the economy.

Obama is gonna win.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan injects Y2.5 tril into markets as Lehman Japan also files for bankruptcy See in context

More bad news: AIG stocks just fell 60% today.

oooph.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan injects Y2.5 tril into markets as Lehman Japan also files for bankruptcy See in context

This is not good.

Everyone should be very worried.

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Posted in: Obama rejects Bush Iraq withdrawal plan See in context

Bush Iraq withdrawal plan

What withdrawal plan? There is no Iraq withdrawal plan,

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Posted in: Obama accuses Republican rivals of dishonesty See in context

GoodDonkey

You said it. Lying liars and the Liars who lie.

Republican brazenly tell out-and-out lies.

In the past, politicians would shade the truth a bit and if they were caught, would stop. No longer.

Straight Talking Mccain says Obama's gonna d raise everyone's taxes, even though the Democrat's tax plan exempts families that earn less than $250,000. But a poll taken Sept. 5-7 shows that 51% of the voters thought Obama would raise their taxes. Republican strategist John Feegery said: "these little facts don't really matter."

Little Facts Don't really matter. What matter's to Straight Talking McCain is trying to exploit the long-standing Republican theme that Democrats raise taxes and Obama's promise to raise taxes only on the rich is an unimportant detail that can be safely ignored.

In the past the press called candidates to order when they lied. Not any more.

Now the press is very democratic towards the truth; it gives each side equal time, even if one is brazenly lying.

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Posted in: McCain takes on Bush, GOP along with Obama See in context

McCain takes on Bush.

Puh-lease.

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