Presidential Elections

Talk amongst yourselves.

Who do you support?

Obama
5
50%
Clinton
1
10%
Edwards
1
10%
McCain
0
No votes
Romney
0
No votes
Huckabee
1
10%
Giuliani
1
10%
Paul
1
10%
Other/ Don't care
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 10

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Post by LoserFreak » Tue Nov 04, 2008 3:18 pm

I've been working for the Obama campaign here in Indiana, Pa. We had Ed Rendell in last week, and in the spring semester Ron Paul and Bill Clinton stopped by. Granted, it was for their own campaign (Bill for Hillary...) but it was all pretty hectic. Oh, and Max Kennedy stopped in, too.
I woke up early and made it to the booth around 8am, and the campus is blustering with Obama supporters. The sad thing is, we're in western Pa and that politician hit the nail pretty straight on the head... This place is racist. Hell, even a good number of the students loathe the Obama campaign; I've been called several names which I won't mention here, and have been involved in more than one argument in my classes. I can't believe how much misinformation there is out there.
Most of my friends are in strong support of Barack, and we're all stressing out over this election. McCain's was decent, but his newer positions and his all around disrespectful campaign completely turned me off. I also cannot stand to hear Palin speak. Honestly, the more I learn about her the less I like her and I can think of no redeeming qualities.
I just hope that once Obama's healthcare plans kick in people will realize that universal health care isn't the communist devil and that'll follow. I'm also glad to see someone not support the Trickle-down theory and finally give tax breaks to people who need them.
Anyway, GoObama!

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Post by stupid happy » Tue Nov 04, 2008 3:57 pm

today is a very happy day for me.

hopefully, tonight will be even better. 8)
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Post by beever_boy » Wed Nov 05, 2008 2:12 am

WOO HOO!

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Post by EverclearGTFABA » Wed Nov 05, 2008 3:02 am

what a monumental night for america. i am so blessed to spend it in NYC too. times square was crazy!


obama!

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Post by Silver Ginger » Wed Nov 05, 2008 3:33 am

Crongratulations!!
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Post by ndfan1993 » Wed Nov 05, 2008 8:21 am

Now becomes the true test, will he put the right people in power or will he prompt me to move to Canada by letting any one associated with Clinton or Gore near the White House?

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Post by stupid happy » Wed Nov 05, 2008 10:31 am

EverclearGTFABA wrote:what a monumental night for america. i am so blessed to spend it in NYC too. times square was crazy!


obama!
GOOD FOR YOU!!! what a party that must've been!
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