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2001YukeG19
07-19-2008, 16:43
If you actually are and want to protect our rights I would suggest checking out this site.

www.nobama.com (http://www.nobama.com)

I just ordered two large bumper stickers. I cannot stand the fact that a guy with a name like BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA has a chance to win with this war against his relatives and all:rofl::steamed::crying:

JimBianchi
07-19-2008, 16:47
I just ordered the 5 pack.

THANK FOR POSTING!!!!!

BLACKMAGICK
07-20-2008, 02:38
I cannot stand the fact that a guy with a name like BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA has a chance to win with this war against his relatives and all:rofl::steamed::crying:

Finally someone who the profound irony of that fact is not lost on.

I say that to people and they just shrug, then I punch them in the face.

No, I don't do that...but if I had a sudden uncontrollable reflex action resulting in a punch to their face...I wouldn't mind.

ChrisVV
07-20-2008, 02:54
This guy scares the hell out of me.

BLACKMAGICK
07-20-2008, 03:01
This guy scares the hell out of me.


Hey, I'm really a nice guy most of the time, I only punch people in the face who deserve...oh wait...you meant Obama....nevermind. :supergrin:

godseviltwin
07-20-2008, 11:52
Waite the Antichrist... That's one scary dude.

longcall911
07-22-2008, 17:37
Nobama! That's great. Wish I had thought of that. I'll definitely order the bumper stickers. They're too funny to pass up.

I'm not crazy about McCain especially when I think about all the deals he's done with the libs. But, at least he's conservative on the terrorist issue.

/*tom*/

RichardB
07-27-2008, 06:52
$50 for a tee shirt? P.T. Barnum was a wise man.

scud
07-31-2008, 11:27
He's got my vote! Research his family. :rofl: I can't believe that our society has sunk so low as to consider this person as a viable candidate for president.

glock45acp21
08-03-2008, 09:46
I'm not hot on McCain either, but seeing as though everyone else that I would vote for in the race has quit, I don't see any other choice.

spdski
08-03-2008, 14:23
As a matter of fact I am American.

I also think it is a bit silly to fear a candidate because of his name or where his father was born.

Policies are a good reason to vote one way or another, but going just by name is like saying you wouldn't have supported Eisenhower in the WW2 era because he had German ancestry.

Nicky D
08-04-2008, 05:30
I'm not hot on McCain either, but seeing as though everyone else that I would vote for in the race has quit, I don't see any other choice.

Same here. McCain was not my top choice but he is now my only choice unless I do a write in.

rainman500_0
08-04-2008, 16:46
I'm not hot on McCain either, but seeing as though everyone else that I would vote for in the race has quit, I don't see any other choice.



Who is Obama,s Puppet Master. Who is pulling the strings?

Icemanx13
08-05-2008, 14:20
As a matter of fact I am American.

I also think it is a bit silly to fear a candidate because of his name or where his father was born.

Policies are a good reason to vote one way or another, but going just by name is like saying you wouldn't have supported Eisenhower in the WW2 era because he had German ancestry.

Agreed. Voting one way based on matters of substantive value is one thing. Voting one way based on a guy's name or heritage seems fairly rediculous. It's like the whole JFK Roman Catholic thing back then.

ssf467
08-05-2008, 14:53
Who is Obama,s Puppet Master. Who is pulling the strings?
People with lots of money and power:homer:

Rick N
08-08-2008, 08:26
Obama doesn't scare me. His followers do. These demagogues only have any power because people listen to them and they believe. Hitler wasn't the problem, it was his followers--without them, he just would have been some unknown Austrian lunatic screaming his head off in an asylum somewhere, and of course no one would have paid attention.

stradawhovious
08-23-2008, 14:21
Simply the evil of two lessers.

O blahma supporters are making me lose faith in humanity VERY quickly. Yeah, he's really charismatic, but if you can't see through all that gab, you've got to be blind.

PRNJ Pete
08-23-2008, 21:10
Waite the Antichrist... That's one scary dude.

I've had the same thought. Could it be???

GlockArmed
08-24-2008, 04:56
If you are interested in voting with a clean conscience, you can check out Rep. Bob Barr and the Libertarian Party.

If on the other hand, you can't resist the urge to "back a winner" and thus have your vote "count", vote for the anti-gun wannabe-warmonger McCain.

Both McCain and Obama support more gun control. It is only a question of degree. Sooner or later, they will try to take our rights to the extent Obama desires.

The key is recognizing there is no stark difference between the two parties on ANY issue that matters: trade, war, immigration, etc. Then you can recognize this once every four year sham drama for what it is.

Who is Obama,s Puppet Master. Who is pulling the strings?

Wow...I'm not touching that question with a 10-foot pole. :whistling: Not that I don't want to.

The real question you should be asking is...Who's pulling all of their strings? :shocked:

TK5
08-24-2008, 05:36
The real question you should be asking is...Who's pulling all of their strings? :shocked:

Dead presidents! Nothing more, nothing less. They're all politicians.

GMAN40
08-24-2008, 06:23
:puking::puking::puking: Sorry this thread just got to my stomach thinking about McCain for president.

Front Sight
08-26-2008, 18:59
Has anyone heard about a lawyer and a law suit claiming the Obama was actually born in Kenya and the birth certificate from Hawaii he has is phoney? If that is true he would not be
able to be a US president.

spdski
08-26-2008, 19:03
Has anyone heard about a lawyer and a law suit claiming the Obama was actually born in Kenya and the birth certificate from Hawaii he has is phoney? If that is true he would not be
able to be a US president.


Wow! The Obama rumors keep getting dumber and dumber.

Ranger.357
08-28-2008, 16:21
Wow! The Obama supporters keep getting dumber and dumber.


Fixed it for ya :whistling:

glock2740
09-04-2008, 13:42
Obama doesn't scare me. His followers do. These demagogues only have any power because people listen to them and they believe. Hitler wasn't the problem, it was his followers--without them, he just would have been some unknown Austrian lunatic screaming his head off in an asylum somewhere, and of course no one would have paid attention.

Well put. Yes, it's the idiots who "beleive" in obama(not a typo, I didn't feel the need to capitolize his name)that make me think this country is going to hell in a handbasket even more.

BondGirl
09-22-2008, 17:54
Simply the evil of two lessers.

O blahma supporters are making me lose faith in humanity VERY quickly. Yeah, he's really charismatic, but if you can't see through all that gab, you've got to be blind.


Amen to that:faint:

CPT_CRUNCH
09-24-2008, 15:40
:puking::puking::puking: Sorry this thread just got to my stomach thinking about mccain for president.
+1 there
hooah!!!

JUSTBOB
09-26-2008, 13:50
Vote wisely, Hitler came to power in a free election.

McCain 08

farnhamj
09-27-2008, 06:45
As a matter of fact I am American.

I also think it is a bit silly to fear a candidate because of his name or where his father was born.

Policies are a good reason to vote one way or another, but going just by name is like saying you wouldn't have supported Eisenhower in the WW2 era because he had German ancestry.

Don't fear the name...fear the actions....I'm not voting for him for many reasons. Two big ones...OB fully supports/supported his cousin while his cousin attempted to overturn/ruin legit elections in Kenya...hmm...interesting. Supporting for a lack of better term, terrorist(by definition, one who causes terror).

Second, this country was founded on God and Christianity. I WILL NOT vote for someone who openly admits his muslim faith (then reneges, then admits again and then reneges, etc, etc)...hmm, glad he can make a cleat dicision...oh yeah, remind me of something else with making decisions...130 non votes. 130 "here"s when asked to make a decision.

McCain/Palin is my choice

BManoftheyear
09-28-2008, 08:23
Simply the evil of two lessers.

O blahma supporters are making me lose faith in humanity VERY quickly. Yeah, he's really charismatic, but if you can't see through all that gab, you've got to be blind.

You cannot tell that McCain is hooked up to a battery pack and it hurts when he talks?
McCain is too old for the job,but most of you dont give a **** you just wanna see palin as president.I dont even want to get started with that twit

SW342
09-28-2008, 09:02
I have a NOBOMA shirt....and sticker.....

Caliper
09-28-2008, 09:07
http://i438.photobucket.com/albums/qq107/Caliper68/GlockTalk/McCainPalinOnARoll-1.gif

Fred Hansen
09-28-2008, 09:38
As a matter of fact I am American.

I also think it is a bit silly to fear a candidate because of his name or where his father was born.

Policies are a good reason to vote one way or another, but going just by name is like saying you wouldn't have supported Eisenhower in the WW2 era because he had German ancestry.No one should fear much of anything, but they also shouldn't be surprised that Barry's mom and dad produced a committed Marxist who blames America first and foremost for everything.

I don't want that POS as President because I want a President that advocates for America, not one who thinks America needs "change" in order to better fit the world view of his Marxist terrorist friends like William Ayers, or to better fit the abjectly psychotic view of the Muslim death-cultists of his youth.

Big Al 24
09-28-2008, 11:13
If you are interested in voting with a clean conscience, you can check out Rep. Bob Barr and the Libertarian Party.

If on the other hand, you can't resist the urge to "back a winner" and thus have your vote "count", vote for the anti-gun wannabe-warmonger McCain.

Both McCain and Obama support more gun control. It is only a question of degree. Sooner or later, they will try to take our rights to the extent Obama desires.

The key is recognizing there is no stark difference between the two parties on ANY issue that matters: trade, war, immigration, etc. Then you can recognize this once every four year sham drama for what it is.


+10 :wavey: