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oldguy

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Change may be more drastic then you expect, personally I would rather have a mediocre republican then a socialist for president.
 

308nato

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Between Tomball & Waller
Well when you have an anti gun running for President and a bigger
anti gunner for VP you can take it to the bank that they will do every thing in there power to infringe on the rights of the gun community.
Just be careful what you wish for it may come back and bite you.
And don't trust any politico from Chicago they are all on the take with the Daley machine.
Even the Vatican don't like him, But all the other Commie lovin bed wetters just love him.
 

chevydeerhunter

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It seems we've seen that signature before and no matter how big it is, it's still ignorant.

Shorts said:
"change" hasn't been defined
Actually it has. It seems Joe the Plumber did the job "journalists" are suppposed to be doing. He got Obama to admit the change he wants to implement. Higher taxes and redistribution of earnings. That's change we can do without.
 

carneyman

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I like change. I use it everyday to buy breakfast at work. Obama scares me. Any man that is okay with letting a baby suffocate right after birth is not a good choice for any position of power.
 

carneyman

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Tyler
Or any man who is so comfortable consorting with terrorists.
Or just about anything he does/stands for.
 
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