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Barack Obama Supporters.

Discussion in 'GT Voting Booth' started by ChrisVV, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. ChrisVV

    ChrisVV American

    Jul 14, 2008
    The gift that keep on giving.

    A friend of mine who voted for this piece of crap called me today to say whats up. I asked him how he's liking his change. You would have thought this guy won the lotto because obama won.

    I asked him why he voted for him.

    He told me it was time for a change. :faint:
  2. HOU1PTT


    Mar 2, 2008
    Houston, Texas

    Classic my friend...... UNREAL....:rofl:

  3. ChrisVV

    ChrisVV American

    Jul 14, 2008
    Today on my way to the office I saw many Obama Signs still in yards. No McCain Signs. I even saw a guy whoes yard was covered in McCain signs two days ago with a signless yard and sadly pealing his bumpersticker off his rear window.

  4. LOL. Good stuff to watch, cant believe these people.
  5. samuse


    Jul 30, 2008
    South TX

    ...these are our fellow Americans... makes me damn proud
  6. JMag


    Feb 7, 2001
    USA:Love it or leave!
    ...just some more "home-grown" boys (and girls) without a clue.
  7. meshmdz

    meshmdz OBAMA 2012

    Mar 12, 2006
    Fort Knox, KY
    Hmmm so the vast majority of Americans who voted for Obama "have no clue"??? and Obama is a piece of crap? That really speaks volumes of your character... talking this vile rhetoric about an American President.
  8. KeithS

    KeithS CLM

    Sep 30, 2003
  9. I_Win40


    May 21, 2007
    Wixom, MI
  10. meshmdz

    meshmdz OBAMA 2012

    Mar 12, 2006
    Fort Knox, KY
    Uh he was ELECTED the next American President 3 nights ago... Where were you? :upeyes:
  11. KeithS

    KeithS CLM

    Sep 30, 2003
    I repeat....he is NOT the president. He is the president ELECT. Surely you can survive for a couple of months.

    Where was I? I was fishing on the San Juan River.
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2008
  12. Glock2008

    Glock2008 Gun User

    Jul 16, 2008
    Up north
  13. Mesh, you seem like a good guy, but a bit naive. I'm 99% sure you will look back on your current political views one day and think to yourself, "what the hell was I thinking". You remind me of me a little bit when I was 17.

    Anyway, I'm in medical school, surrounded by people who are educated, and the few times politics have come up and someone said they wanted to vote for Obama, I asked them why, and I got the same deer in the headlight look. If you think Obama is gonna fix the economy, you are sadly mistaken. If you ever get the time, read some of Milton Friedman's old books or articles in the Wall Street Journal, he is the greatest economic mind of the 20th century, just died a few years ago. It will be a real eye opener for you, I promise.
  14. Ha, that woulda been the cover of national review if Obama would have lost.
  15. 03 Jarhead

    03 Jarhead Stiff Member

    Oct 6, 2008

    Uh..............sorry. What was I thinking. Oh, that I could use some change for the vending machine.:rofl:
  16. ChrisVV

    ChrisVV American

    Jul 14, 2008
    Every person who voted for Obama is and was clueless.

    If a person walked into the voting booth and voted for a candidate because he was going to give them change or because they were better then the current president in their eyes, if that is your reason for voting then you should have stayed home.

    Clueless zombies need not vote.

    My mother and father both voted for this piece of garbage. Are they clueless, yes. They drank the cool aid. I never thought of my parents as being gullible. I hated bush, I got that, I could understand why, but Obama was not running against bush. I once respected my fathers political views. Things changed after I realized he was pulling for this guy. When I heard that after everything I had told him he still dragged my mother in there and they both voted for Obama, I felt sick to my stomach. I lost a little bit of respect for both of my parents that day.

    The next time I spoke with him on the phone neither of us mentioned it, probably better that way.

    The saddest part is one day very soon I will have the chance to say "I told you so", but I will not have the heart.

    And no, Obama is not my President.
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2008
  17. farnhamj

    farnhamj NY CCW

    Sep 1, 2008
    Its amazing that for 8 years you left wingers can dump on anything that GWB does from he speeches to actions to dialog but the moment anyone says anything contrary to your views or your new pres-elect obamassager or whatever, you call it "vile rhetoric" friggin amazing. What's the next step...we are all racist who don't fall in line with the BS?
  18. ColtsFan


    Sep 18, 2008
    Indianapolis, IN
    I read in the Indianapolis Star the other day that 70% of the people that voted in this state (Indiana) said that race was of no consideration. Around 56% of white voters voted for McCain while 90% (yes, I said 90) of black voters voted for Obama.

    ...but race was of no consideration... really.
  19. Chase7


    Mar 8, 2006
    Here send him this..

    And these to :) ...

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    Last edited: Nov 8, 2008