spc wrote:"Obama couldn’t go to Iraq today if we followed his plan"
Devil5052 wrote: Just one of many "mental slips" by McCain. I don't want to entrust the Commander In Chief job to an elderly man prone to many "mental slips."
I'll take hundreds more of his mental slips over Obama's lack of experience anyday
Damned straight!.... Be honest now, if the Obama campaign had "let slip" ideas on an upcoming McCain trip to Iraq......You'd all be screaming traitor!
Wrong if you think you can include me into the group "screaming traitor", I'm not the type to lose my mind over something this senseless
As far as who you'll vote for in November Mike, we all have to make our own decision & I admit that Obama is a bit of an unknown quantity. On the other hand, McCain is a very well know quantity & if you like where 8 years of GW Bush has left this country, our economy, gas & heating oil prices, our over-stretched military & the world, then you'll just love four more years of Bush policies under McCain.
Ummm, I don't believe McCain is Bush. I believe McCain is Republican who voted in line AND out of line with his Party over the years. I don't like everything he stands for but I believe in him a whole lot more than Mr. Obama.
BugsyR wrote:I'll take hundreds more of his mental slips over Obama's lack of experience anyday
BugsyR wrote:Wrong if you think you can include me into the group "screaming traitor", I'm not the type to lose my mind over something this senseless
BugsyR wrote:Ummm, I don't believe McCain is Bush. I believe McCain is Republican who voted in line AND out of line with his Party over the years. I don't like everything he stands for but I believe in him a whole lot more than Mr. Obama.
BugsyR wrote:By the way, if Obama didn't want the world to know he was going to Southwest Asia he never should have let the media know
Devil5052 wrote:backing Bush's disastrous energy plan, the list goes on & on)
Richard S. wrote:LOL... its funny you keep bashing Bush about being a Exxon lackey, lets see what McCain had to say about the Bush-Cheney energy plan in 2005:"This bill does little to address the immediate energy crisis we face in this country," he said in a statement his Senate office issued at the time. "The handouts to big business and oil companies are irresponsible and will be disastrous for the people of Arizona. I cannot in good conscience vote to pass legislation that does not adequately address issues related to energy efficiency, security, and energy independence."
And what was Obama's opinion about the bill? .... Aye
Richard S. wrote:Energy is by far the biggest issue in this election because it effects the economy on such a grand scale. The Democrats are by far the biggest reason reason we are in this predicament... blocking anything and everything that isn't green to appease the environmentalists. If you think Obama's plan to not only continue this practice but ratchet it up a notch or two is going to help things you are sadly mistaken. His plan does absolutely nothing... nothing... to address the issues of the current state of energy in this country caused by them.
Devil5052 wrote:I wouldn't. What Obama loses to McCain in experience he more than makes up for in judgment. (experience is useless if it doesn't improve your judgment)
Iknow...it's one of those things where we differ...which is cool with me
I wasn't saying you personally Mike.....It was meant as applying to a generic "Anti-Obama" group.
That's what I figured...but your typed English referencing my quote states different ("You'd all be screaming Traitor") that includes me into the group (and by the way I am not Anti-Obama...I just like McCain more)
Obama did not announce specific dates of his visits, McCain did.........Why?
And once again, if Obama or someone in his camp didn't announce the "specific dates", how did McCain come across them? I quote from your first post referring to Reuters article... "a high-security trip by Barack Obama"... Not very secure info there if your biggest political rival gets the info. High security trips mean the media is also left out of it...so was Richard BS'ing when he posted "Obama will be there with all three anchors from the 3 networks..."?
Devil5052 wrote:You can say that with a straight face while an "Oil Man", (whose family made it's fortune in the oil business) has been running this country for the last 8 years? (& the Democrats have had only a slim majority in the House & Senate for just one of the 8 years??)
Give me a break!!
You can say that with a straight face while an "Oil Man", (whose family made it's fortune in the oil business) has been running this country for the last 8 years?
Richard S. wrote:I certainly can, environmentalist have been fighting everything and anything for the last couple of decades that would secure this countries energy.
BugsyR wrote:What torques me is instead of leaving the fuel tax where it is what does our 17% approval rating Congress think of doing....10 cents per gallon more!!!! God Bless them...they are awesome aren't they!!
Let us know when your Government check bounces. We'll start a "devil5052 fund" for ya.Devil5052 wrote:our homes are worth nothing any more, we can't fill our gas tanks or heat our homes, people are lining up outside banks afraid for their money
spc wrote:You can always move to a socialist country of your choice.
"In his book, Dreams from My Father, Obama writes of the "socialist conferences I sometimes attended at Cooper Union"