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« on: June 17, 2008, 04:06:43 am »



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« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2008, 02:30:05 am »



1.  John McCain will keep the Bush tax cuts intact.  You may think that you aren't affected by the Bush tax cuts (one of those underpriviliged people who never pays taxes, perhaps).  You would be wrong, the more money that we, the wealthy have, the more money we have to create jobs, if we so deem.  So, you see?  Everyone benefits.

2.  John McCain will start a war with Iran, this won't happen if we elect one of those pacifist Democrats. We'll teach that Ahmerdinijad person a thing or two, as well as insure the safety of our allies in the Miiddle East, Israel, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

3.  Occupying both Iraq and Iran will give us control of vast oil resources.  Massive American companies like Exxon and Shell Oil will reap tremendous oil reserves.  We'd be the biggest player in the Middle East, and our satellite countries (Iraq and Iran) would control all the oil.

4.  John McCain won't do a lot of tinkering with the economy, he'll allow the markets to right themselves all on their own, just as it should be.  He doesn't know a great deal about the economy and, like George Bush, isn't curious about it either so he won't be tempted to screw around with it too much.

5. John McCain will appoint strict constructionist judges to the supreme court, the types of judges that will overrule Roe vs. Wade and make abortion illegal again.

6. John McCain would be the most inclined to carry on the policies of George W. Bush when it comes to dealing with the War in Iraq and the War on Terror.  I forsee a perpetual occupation of Iraq (John has said that he would like us to even stay a hundred years), and I can just tell he is just chomping at the bit to get at those terrorist bastards.

So, vote for John McCain, he is a war hero, a maverick, the most experiences man running for President and he is damned worthy to get your vote.

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« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2008, 01:40:48 am »



1.  John McCain will keep the Bush tax cuts intact.  You may think that you aren't affected by the Bush tax cuts (one of those underpriviliged people who never pays taxes, perhaps).  You would be wrong, the more money that we, the wealthy have, the more money we have to create jobs, if we so deem.  So, you see?  Everyone benefits.

2.  John McCain will start a war with Iran, this won't happen if we elect one of those pacifist Democrats. We'll teach that Ahmerdinijad person a thing or two, as well as insure the safety of our allies in the Miiddle East, Israel, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

3.  Occupying both Iraq and Iran will give us control of vast oil resources.  Massive American companies like Exxon and Shell Oil will reap tremendous oil reserves.  We'd be the biggest player in the Middle East, and our satellite countries (Iraq and Iran) would control all the oil.

4.  John McCain won't do a lot of tinkering with the economy, he'll allow the markets to right themselves all on their own, just as it should be.  He doesn't know a great deal about the economy and, like George Bush, isn't curious about it either so he won't be tempted to screw around with it too much.

5. John McCain will appoint strict constructionist judges to the supreme court, the types of judges that will overrule Roe vs. Wade and make abortion illegal again.

6. John McCain would be the most inclined to carry on the policies of George W. Bush when it comes to dealing with the War in Iraq and the War on Terror.  I forsee a perpetual occupation of Iraq (John has said that he would like us to even stay a hundred years), and I can just tell he is just chomping at the bit to get at those terrorist bastards.

So, vote for John McCain, he is a war hero, a maverick, the most experiences man running for President and he is damned worthy to get your vote.



Cuz he's a Bilderberg pawn just like Obama.
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