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Hillery, Obama, Edwards and the Democrates

 
 
blatham
 
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Sat 9 Feb, 2008 03:41 pm
Correct. I'm presently under contract with certain government agencies to extract critical security information from muslims.
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okie
 
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Thu 13 Mar, 2008 03:45 pm
Been thinking about the Obama / Clinton battle today while driving a while. Perhaps this has been expressed, I don't know, but I am sure Democrats probably won't agree, but here is a reason why this problem is so severe between them.

Much of the framework of Democrat power structure is made up of groups, racial groups, gender groups, labor groups, etc. Many people of these groups, blacks for example, vote for a candidate based on the image that the Democrats have perpetrated, that they are fighting for that group's rights, such as affirmative action, etc. Clinton gets alot of support from women that think she will stand up for womens rights, etc. Labor votes Democratic because Democrats supposed stand up for union members. Democrats also spend alot of effort to win voters by supposedly standing up for old people, children, illegal immigrants, the poor, etc.

Given this setup for this election season, we are given two people representing two groups, both supported by Democrats to win votes in the past, Clinton and her women, and Obama and the black vote. Although both make efforts to make their appeal beyond these two groups, to other groups, the fact remains that the way Democrat voters have voted in the past, it is inescapable that what we end up with is two Democrat groups opposing each other, and for the first time in a long long time, we are actually seeing what these candidates elicit from their supporters. Racism and genderism, thats what we are left with, and it really shows how bankrupt the Democratic Party is, and it is getting nasty. Finally exposed as a party of nothing but groups with all the racism, genderism, and all the rest that goes with it.

Some of us saw the light a long time ago, and have been fed up with the race baiting, gender baiting, class envy, and all the rest of the demagoguery for a long time that we Republicans have had to endure, except worse because the media has been in cahoots with Democrats on this forever. Now we get to see the real Democrat, Ms. Clinton trailing but suggesting Obama might be good enough to be vp, ha? She and her minions want to use the black vote, and even a black candidate, just as long as they stay on the plantation, after all he just does not have the experience nor is he yet deserving to be president, even though he is winning the vote. Laughing

I intend to vote for a candidate that signifies policies for all of Americans, that stand for individual rights and liberty, instead of some group, this or that. This is so instructive, and I hope a few Democrats are watching closely and learning.
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dyslexia
 
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Thu 13 Mar, 2008 04:02 pm
Okie, you appear to having had a fart and thought it was an idea. The sad thing is that you actually think (fart) that you are somehow actually an individual and represent common individualistic ideas. We all live in society and society, as it were is always comprised of groups; society functions, or not, by compromise within the various groups for the good of the society. You know okie like when, as a group, we decide to have laws defining which side of the road we should drive on. Now it's true that other societies drive on different sides of the road but that does not indicate, as you would have it, that one side of the road is correct vs the other side is incorrect, it is a decision that all the groups will agree that for the sake of society it is necessary to adhere to a regulation that helps to ensure the saftey and well-being of all "individuals."
I can only assume that you would prefer to have lived in apartheid south africa where there was only one legitimate group; white people of european descent.
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okie
 
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Thu 13 Mar, 2008 04:15 pm
In case you missed it, it was a Republican that got rid of slavery, because as Abe said, all men are created equal. He was a Republican, got that?
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dyslexia
 
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Thu 13 Mar, 2008 04:20 pm
okie wrote:
In case you missed it, it was a Republican that got rid of slavery, because as Abe said, all men are created equal. He was a Republican, got that?
Are you actually suggesting the the Republican party of Abe Lincoln is in any way similar to the republican party of 2008? If you are you need to be renamed as Possum R Fartbubble II.

BTW Possum it was Thomas Jefferson that said "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness."
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okie
 
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Thu 13 Mar, 2008 08:52 pm
By the way, apartheid does not relate to the Democratic party issues I brought up. Apartheid was in South Africa. Nor does which side of the road we drive on relate to the subject here. Get a grip.
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