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Vizzy On February 20, 2012




, Florida
#1New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 18:52:23
Why is it if you don't see Obama as the second coming of the Messiah, you are then automatically labled a Republican? If I say one word against Obama, it's assumed I'm a McCain fan. I was under the impression I had the right to be totally unimpressed by either candidate.
jonnythan On August 02, 2014
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Here and there,
#2New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 18:53:43
Goes both ways, too.
Vizzy On February 20, 2012




, Florida
#3New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 18:57:51
Yes, if I dislike McCain someone will lable me a defender of Obama. It's goofy and I'm sick of it.
skottie On September 23, 2009

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, Texas
#4New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 18:58:27
who goes both ways? McCain or Obama? and this whole time i thought they were faithful to their wives.
JuanSmith On September 11, 2020
Shilsh-Aash yatasay





Near Eucalyptus Trees, Califor
#5New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 18:58:57
I thought I was the Messiah???

nah but I understand where you're coming from. I had the same thing happen to me and my opinions of these two dudes.
calonso On January 16, 2014




Orlando, Florida
#6New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 18:59:37
Actually I heard that Obama was the AntiChrist
4000Earthquakes On April 25, 2009

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Joshua Tree, California
#7New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 19:00:09
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Why is it if you don't see Obama as the second coming of the Messiah, you are then automatically labled a Republican?


What? I see Obama as good, (or better than what the USA has now) -- but the first or second coming of the messiah -- is a stretch.

Why is it we have to talk in superlatives in order to make a point? What is your point?

You don't like being labeled? Neither do I. On that we agree.
nothingtodo On September 21, 2010

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#8New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 19:01:48
I was talking my friends parents Saturday night - they apparently are uber republicans and when I didn't agree that Palin was the most wonderful thing that could ever happen to our country I recieved a lecture on Obama and how horrible he is.
Finally when I could get a word in I explained to them that I didn't like either candidate and while I am not a republican that doesn't make me a democrat either.
JuanSmith On September 11, 2020
Shilsh-Aash yatasay





Near Eucalyptus Trees, Califor
#9New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 19:03:02
@calonso Said
Actually I heard that Obama was the AntiChrist



see there again. i also though I was the anti christ
skottie On September 23, 2009

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, Texas
#10New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 19:04:39
@JuanSmith Said
see there again. i also though I was the anti christ



you can be anything you want sweetie! as long as you eat your veggies!
calonso On January 16, 2014




Orlando, Florida
#11New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 19:04:53
@JuanSmith Said
see there again. i also though I was the anti christ



I believe it
Vizzy On February 20, 2012




, Florida
#12New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 19:11:19
@4000earthquakes Said
What? I see Obama as good, (or better than what the USA has now) -- but the first or second coming of the messiah -- is a stretch.

Why is it we have to talk in superlatives in order to make a point? What is your point?

You don't like being labeled? Neither do I. On that we agree.



My point was basic and simple--- Just because I don't care for Obama, doesn't mean I'm a fan of McCain.
chaski On about 2 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#13New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 19:14:16
Ok, if I am following this correctly?

JuanSmith is neither the antichrist nor the messiah; and
Obama is neither the antichrist nor the messiah.

Now I am really f___ing confussed.

This has got to be Ross Perot?s fault, the scrawny little...
El_Tino On August 10, 2020
booyaka!





Albuquerque, New Mexico
#14New Post! Oct 06, 2008 @ 20:05:01
@Vizzy Said
Why is it if you don't see Obama as the second coming of the Messiah, you are then automatically labled a Republican? If I say one word against Obama, it's assumed I'm a McCain fan. I was under the impression I had the right to be totally unimpressed by either candidate.


On the other hand, just because someone says something about a Republican in reply to one of your posts, that does not imply that they think you are a republican. The statement might be made for the benefit of everyone reading, not just you. It would seem you might be a little bit touchy on the matter for some reason.
Vizzy On February 20, 2012




, Florida
#15New Post! Oct 07, 2008 @ 13:27:37
@eL_TinO Said
On the other hand, just because someone says something about a Republican in reply to one of your posts, that does not imply that they think you are a republican. The statement might be made for the benefit of everyone reading, not just you. It would seem you might be a little bit touchy on the matter for some reason.



Not touchy, just over it. This post wasn't directed at you alone. I get this on or offline...whether it's someone thinking I'm a Rep. for disliking Obama or someone thinking I'm a Dem for disliking McCain. It gets tiresome.
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