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By jackpine savage, May 1, 2008 at 4:07 am Link to this comment
Fictional characters are always the safest way to vote. And so long as the “real” candidates are fictional characters too…what’s the difference?
By Margaret Currey, April 30, 2008 at 1:38 pm Link to this comment
I think the Wright thing has gone too far, the Rev.Wright and his experiences are different than that of Obama, Obama was raised by a white mother, his father might have a muslim name, but he did not follow his religion and I doubt that Obama’s mother converted to the religion of her husband because they were divorced when Obama was only two, and since Obama’s father was a blackman from Kenya, Obama would have heard little of the “up from slavery” and “my great grandparents talked about slavery.
I have belonged to a Roman Catholic Church and I would not know if the priests were liking little boys/girls at all unless it happened to me.
I don’t condem the church because all churches have pastors with sins to hide, it can happen in all churches because people who do wrong go to the church or school or boy scouts to pick their victims.
The Rev. Wright has a right to voice some of the opinion of some of his congeration.
Maybe the man is over the top, but NBC,CBS, etc. did not ask him to speak these were private groups so why is the media so intent on news that is not really news? It is gossip and gossip should not be the dettermining factor to picking a president.
I think either Obama or Hillary Clinton would make a good president.
By Dr. Knowitall, PhD, PhD, April 30, 2008 at 12:59 pm Link to this comment
Since everything and everyone is now being thrown under the bus, my vote goes to Ralph Kramden.
By Aegrus, April 30, 2008 at 5:50 am Link to this comment
You know, I’m getting really sick and tired of alternative media letting the mainstream sycophants dictate what the issues are, and discussing this stupidity (which will be dead again, soon enough) so often and at length hails to the root of media incompetence.
All the Democrats, Liberals, Leftists and Progressives allow neo-conservative ideologues to dictate the discussion and set the tone. Don’t be baited by the false conservative fascists! Make your own damn rules.
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