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Do you think Barack Obama has the necessary qualities to be President?

Discussion in 'GT Voting Booth' started by jnojr, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. Thanis

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    What is wrong with the 35 year old "fry cook." He could very well be the better choice. Seriously, look at some of these politicians, grown men who have large wallets and owe people. At least the "fry cook" would not owe some special interest clown (well other then Ronald, Wendy, and the BK guy).

    Yes.

    He was born in the United States and meets the age requirement. :tongueout:

    I doubt the presidential election rarely produces the "best and most qualified canidate." It is just the best system we have at the moment. For example, most of you would not think I had the required experience, but I know I would do better then those clowns running now.

    For example, take all issues off the table, just leave the war. Your "choice" is to vote for the guy who caws like a hawk or you vote for the guy that coos like a dove . Who knows what you will get from either. The more experienced issue will always come down to who is older, not who is most qualified. A lot of the "issues" that are talked about concerning who should be president don't even center around presidential issues. Now I bet you think I'm voting for Obama. I'm not.

    The OP question is part of the problem. Instead of additing up the positive qualities of a canidate, people spend more time adding up the "whats wrong" list. That is why the only right answer to the OP would be the only qualities that can be quantified:

    He was born in the United States and meets the age requirement. :tongueout:
     
  2. Gun Shark

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    notice how Obama hasen't said how he was going to do all of the things he is promising to do if elected.
     


  3. NRA_guy

    NRA_guy Unreconstructed

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    Yes . . . but not of the United States.
     
  4. nnickatnight

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    Putting Osama Obama in charge of the country is like putting the paperboy in charge of the newspaper.
     
  5. DenaliPark

    DenaliPark Poet Warrior

    Obama wins the presidency and mark my words he could, it's all over Mr & Mrs America, we will not recover from a second idiot calling 1600 Pennsylvania ave home in the past 30 years. No, we cannot survive another Jimmy Carter and thats just what we'd get in this closet muslims administration...
     
  6. Hondov65

    Hondov65 Need Help?

    I think so at least that's how I'm voting he can talk the talk hopefully he can walk the talk.
     
  7. Lady Glock

    Lady Glock

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    He's dangerous. He has absolutely NO useful experience that would convince me he is ready to represent our country.
     
  8. striker6126

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    I hear N Korea might have a Presidential opening , I think he has the right mind set for that job.
     
  9. Gun Shark

    Gun Shark

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    I vote Palin for President
     
  10. NRA_guy

    NRA_guy Unreconstructed

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    I don't think we are allowed to use the word "boy" in the same sentence as "Obama". It violates his civil rights or something.

    Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton will organize a rally outside your house tomorrow morning. :rofl:
     
  11. OneGlock19

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    I wonder what would be said about Colin Powell...

    Looks like some thinely vailed racism in here...
     
  12. bryceban

    bryceban NRA Life Member

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    Racism huh......where do you see the racism?
    I see a gun forums common interest and opinion being expressed.
    Oh, and some good ole red blooded, freedom loving Americans!
    Sorry, but you are the enemy to most here........whether you feel it's fair or unfair.
     
  13. Cobra64

    Cobra64 Deals in Facts

    You should listen to what he says. Across the board weapons bans, tremendous tax increases, nationalising business. He is an avowed Marxist. Do some research and see for yourself.

    William Ayers, Bernadette Dohrn, William Wright, Pfleuger, the Fanny Mae/Freddy Mac fiasco where he was the #2 recipient of funds. The list is endless.

    Heads of terrorist islamic countries hopes he wins. Does that say anything?

    Good luck and best wishes to you.

    .
     
  14. Cobra64

    Cobra64 Deals in Facts

    Naaa. The LA Times referred to him as "The Magic Negroe " and no one got upset because the press is in the tank for democrats.
     
  15. OneGlock19

    OneGlock19

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    What makes me an enemy to anyone in here...?

    I'm red blooded, love freedom, and was born and raised in America just like you...
     
  16. SigPro2022

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    You could be perceived as the enemy because you have been a member for exactly 6 days, have two posts and are cheerleading for perhaps the most anti-gun Presidential candidate in history. JMHO....:whistling: