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    Clinton, McCain emerge as comeback winners in New Hampshire primary



    WASHINGTON - Democrat Hillary Clinton pulled off an unexpected narrow victory in New Hampshire on Tuesday, dramatically rescuing her bid for the White House in a tense battle with Barack Obama.
    Clinton, who's fighting to become the first woman in the Oval Office, mounted a surprisingly strong showing after bracing for a second defeat following her devastating third-place showing in Iowa.
    Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y. greets a familiar face. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Elise Amendola
    Republican John McCain also nabbed a major comeback victory, putting him solidly back in his party's nomination race.
    While Obama, vying to make history as the first black U.S. president, scored big among independents and voters between 18 and 24, Clinton attracted lower-income voters and seniors and did best among voters citing the economy as their top concern.
    But a big factor for Clinton was women voters, who had gone over to Obama in large numbers in Iowa. Nearly half in New Hampshire were once again supporting her, while Obama got only a third.






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    A splendid editorial from The New York Post endorsing John McCain:


    AT STAKE TOMORROW

    Americans go to the polls tomorrow for what will be their most critical presidential choice in a generation. Not since 1980 has the contrast between the candidates been so stark - or the dangers of a wrong selection more worrisome.
    Early on, The Post endorsed Sen. John McCain's presidential candidacy, citing his lifelong record of service, his courage and his clear grasp of the problems and threats facing this country.
    Since then, the subprime-mortgage crisis and Wall Street's woes have supplanted national security as the campaign's principal issue.
    All the more reason, frankly, to cast a vote for John McCain.
    Barack Obama's record is as devoid of substance today as it was when his campaign began. Behind his soaring eloquence lies a tissue-thin resume and some disturbing personal associations.
    Moreover, he and his running-mate, Joe Biden, represent a Democratic Party overly obligated to special interests like trial lawyers and rapacious public-employee unions.
    Even as the economy is being rocked, Obama advocates a fundamental rewriting of the tax code that - far from cutting taxes for "95 percent" of Americans, as he promises - would dramatically raise tax rates, coupled with $650 billion in tax-credit-driven hikes in entitlement and other spending.
    And that is likely just the starting point - with the Nancy Pelosi-Harry Reid Congress pushing hard to enhance the handouts while raising taxes further and slashing defense spending.
    It is, in fact, on defense and national security that the differences between McCain and Obama are especially clear.
    Simply put, McCain gets it - and Obama doesn't.
    McCain, for example, knew that a pacified Iraq was critical to victory in the War on Terror. Obama, despite campaign-driven rhetoric, seems barely to believe that the war needs to be fought.
    To be sure, Obama's election as America's first African-American president would be a huge historic milestone.
    Moreover, he has undeniably created a genuine sense of excitement among his supporters, many of whom were previously uninvolved in the political process.
    All that's to be admired.
    But these times demand genuine, tested and principled leadership and experience - of the sort that John McCain has demonstrated in a lifetime of public service.
    As Obama's opponents during the primaries - including Joe Biden - repeatedly warned, the presidency is no place for on-the-job training.
    Nothing that has transpired over the past several weeks makes us any less certain that John McCain has what it takes to be a successful president of the United States - and that Barack Obama simply does not.
    We urge Americans to pull the lever for McCain tomorrow.

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    I just got done with four idiotic years of "staying the course":

    No Thanks.


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    in anticipation of the dictator Osama winning tomorrow ive made arrangements to have ALL my money and investments moved overseas. insuring this dictator will not get 1 red cent of it in taxes.
    2nd ive lived here my whole life. I served my country. BUT if my country now decides socialism is now the American way I will leave it. I have made plans, thru trusted friends, for my wife and I to leave this country. I will NOT be a part of this hypocrisy. period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KCVet View Post
    in anticipation of the dictator Osama winning tomorrow ive made arrangements to have ALL my money and investments moved overseas. insuring this dictator will not get 1 red cent of it in taxes.
    2nd ive lived here my whole life. I served my country. BUT if my country now decides socialism is now the American way I will leave it. I have made plans, thru trusted friends, for my wife and I to leave this country. I will NOT be a part of this hypocrisy. period.
    Nothing wrong with following the lead of the worst that corporate America has seen fit to "bless" us with.
    Yep; that Biblical "7 years fat" is coming to a close, and instead of facing the pendulum swing like true American's, they're just gonna' take their toys out of the sand box and go home.

    Well you know what I say? F*CK EM. Good luck in finding another Country in the world that will allow these a**holes to burn THEIR economic bridges; sorry Charlie!
    But hey; if every Rightie in this Country want's to follow your lead, I'll start a money-drive to buy them their plane tickets.
    You have my respect and gratitude for your Service, but this "me me me"-sh*t is part of the problem; NOT the solution.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth CarlSatan View Post
    Nothing wrong with following the lead of the worst that corporate America has seen fit to "bless" us with.
    Yep; that Biblical "7 years fat" is coming to a close, and instead of facing the pendulum swing like true American's, they're just gonna' take their toys out of the sand box and go home.

    Well you know what I say? F*CK EM. Good luck in finding another Country in the world that will allow these a**holes to burn THEIR economic bridges; sorry Charlie!
    But hey; if every Rightie in this Country want's to follow your lead, I'll start a money-drive to buy them their plane tickets.
    You have my respect and gratitude for your Service, but this "me me me"-sh*t is part of the problem; NOT the solution.
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt2yGzHfy7s"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt2yGzHfy7s[/ame]

    listen closely. He's talking about a Gestapo

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCVet View Post


    listen closely. He's talking about a Gestapo

    OMG! LMAO!!!!

    First, would it be possible to hear THE CONTEXT of the speech!?!?
    Jesus Christ; I can take ANYONE'S speech or speeches, slice and dice them with Pro Tools, and make sh*t like THAT ALL DAY!!! Good God...lol.

    Second, you worried about a Gestapo? I've got very bad news for you; WE ALREADY HAVE ONE.
    Inspect the Department Of Homeland Security's sweeping discretionary powers some time; Hitler and Stalin would weep with envy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth CarlSatan View Post
    OMG! LMAO!!!!

    First, would it be possible to hear THE CONTEXT of the speech!?!?
    Jesus Christ; I can take ANYONE'S speech or speeches, slice and dice them with Pro Tools, and make sh*t like THAT ALL DAY!!! Good God...lol.

    Second, you worried about a Gestapo? I've got very bad news for you; WE ALREADY HAVE ONE.
    Inspect the Department Of Homeland Security's sweeping discretionary powers some time; Hitler and Stalin would weep with envy.
    that's all that was posted on politcal boards.

    Second, you worried about a Gestapo? I've got very bad news for you; WE ALREADY HAVE ONE.
    it won't hold a candle to the one coming. another big reason im leaving is because ret officers I served with in Nam are telling me many high ranking military officers are quietly now saying they will retire or resign their commissions. the blanket of freedom you sleep under may have to be defended with your own gun. this would be devastating for a volunteer military. he says he's gonna wack the military anyway. but I guess that's for you to decide???
    add to it his fear factor has forced a major increase in gun sales.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V71Do4Fj8XU"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V71Do4Fj8XU[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6I4xIfJ8AI"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6I4xIfJ8AI[/ame]

    inadequate military protection. more personal guns???? add it up. we hope we're wrong. dead wrong. but we, or you could be facing a civil war.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KCVet View Post
    that's all that was posted on politcal boards.



    it won't hold a candle to the one coming. another big reason im leaving is because ret officers I served with in Nam are telling me many high ranking military officers are quietly now saying they will retire or resign their commissions. the blanket of freedom you sleep under may have to be defended with your own gun. this would be devastating for a volunteer military. he says he's gonna wack the military anyway. but I guess that's for you to decide???
    add to it his fear factor has forced a major increase in gun sales.




    inadequate military protection. more personal guns???? add it up. we hope we're wrong. dead wrong. but we, or you could be facing a civil war.
    I'll agree with you on one thing; the fear factor IS off the charts.
    I don't listen to conservative talk radio anymore, but I can WELL IMAGINE what's shooting across the airwaves.
    The absurdity is off the hook. I mean for God's sake; look at Limbaugh. When Powell backs the GOP, he's a "Great American, who cares more about his Country than the dogma of the Left and the DNC".
    But when he backs Barack, "IT'S...ABOUT...RACE"!!!
    Come on Fatty Pill-popper, give me a f*ckin' BREAK! lol!

    I in particular LOVE how he spent the ENTIRE ELECTION CYCLE in 2000 just verbally b*tch-slapping McCain UP AND DOWN THE AIRWAVES, and now has to crank up "Stand By Your Man" on the turntable and bite the bullet! LMAO!!!

    This election reminds me of the stories my Mom has told me about the days when JFK was running. My Great-Grandparents were SCARED SH*TLESS that a Catholic( GASP! lol )might become President.

    This is just the same old sh*t with different names and entities attached to it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth CarlSatan View Post
    I'll agree with you on one thing; the fear factor IS off the charts.
    I don't listen to conservative talk radio anymore, but I can WELL IMAGINE what's shooting across the airwaves.
    The absurdity is off the hook. I mean for God's sake; look at Limbaugh. When Powell backs the GOP, he's a "Great American, who cares more about his Country than the dogma of the Left and the DNC".
    But when he backs Barack, "IT'S...ABOUT...RACE"!!!
    Come on Fatty Pill-popper, give me a f*ckin' BREAK! lol!

    I in particular LOVE how he spent the ENTIRE ELECTION CYCLE in 2000 just verbally b*tch-slapping McCain UP AND DOWN THE AIRWAVES, and now has to crank up "Stand By Your Man" on the turntable and bite the bullet! LMAO!!!

    This election reminds me of the stories my Mom has told me about the days when JFK was running. My Great-Grandparents were SCARED SH*TLESS that a Catholic( GASP! lol )might become President.

    This is just the same old sh*t with different names and entities attached to it.
    the SOS???? no

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    I voted bright and early this morning... I am nervous about this election.... we shall see how it goes....

    GO McCain!

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