Sign of the times: political TechMeme headline

The headline screams “no one in tech can defend McCain.” So, who wants to take up the other side? Anyone?

I found two. John Dvorak bet me $100 that McCain would win. My producer, Rocky Barbanica, who was a software engineer for decades before switching careers, bet me another $100 that McCain would win.

Over on Twitter and FriendFeed most of the participants there, including me, are for Obama, but there are a few who are staunchly for McCain.

This is your last chance to talk politics for a while! Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.

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393 thoughts on “Sign of the times: political TechMeme headline

  1. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  2. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  3. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  4. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  5. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  6. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  7. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  8. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  9. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  10. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  11. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  12. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  13. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  14. The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.

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  15. What I love about tech folks being huge Obama backers is the sheer cluelessness of it all. Obama better on tech? What it boils down to is this: what policy options are better for the creation of new ventures? Obama’s stated desire is to raise the capital gains tax, and to put in higher regulations on companies in general. He also plans to increase the marginal tax rates on wealthy people (you know, the ones who make up a proportion of the Angel Investor class).

    When you bring this up, you get hand waving about how smart Obama is, and how he won’t do any of these things (never mind the fact that his base wants it, his Congressional backers want it, and he’ll likely have the political capital to achieve it).

    Sarbanes/Oxley has been an atrocity that has helped destroy the IPO market. We’re about to elect a man who is bound and determined to destroy the rest of it – and the people who make their living in that space are cheerfully voting for that.

    So go ahead – vote that way, and end up stunned and astonished when the tech sector gets taken to the cleaners by the new administration and Congress. The only fun I’ll end up having over the next few years is saying “I told you so” repeatedly.

    Mind you, this is not to say that McCain is much better. At best, he’s a lesser evil in this area. But that’s what I’m left with in this election: a choice between dumb and dumber.

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  16. What I love about tech folks being huge Obama backers is the sheer cluelessness of it all. Obama better on tech? What it boils down to is this: what policy options are better for the creation of new ventures? Obama’s stated desire is to raise the capital gains tax, and to put in higher regulations on companies in general. He also plans to increase the marginal tax rates on wealthy people (you know, the ones who make up a proportion of the Angel Investor class).

    When you bring this up, you get hand waving about how smart Obama is, and how he won’t do any of these things (never mind the fact that his base wants it, his Congressional backers want it, and he’ll likely have the political capital to achieve it).

    Sarbanes/Oxley has been an atrocity that has helped destroy the IPO market. We’re about to elect a man who is bound and determined to destroy the rest of it – and the people who make their living in that space are cheerfully voting for that.

    So go ahead – vote that way, and end up stunned and astonished when the tech sector gets taken to the cleaners by the new administration and Congress. The only fun I’ll end up having over the next few years is saying “I told you so” repeatedly.

    Mind you, this is not to say that McCain is much better. At best, he’s a lesser evil in this area. But that’s what I’m left with in this election: a choice between dumb and dumber.

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  17. What I love about tech folks being huge Obama backers is the sheer cluelessness of it all. Obama better on tech? What it boils down to is this: what policy options are better for the creation of new ventures? Obama’s stated desire is to raise the capital gains tax, and to put in higher regulations on companies in general. He also plans to increase the marginal tax rates on wealthy people (you know, the ones who make up a proportion of the Angel Investor class).

    When you bring this up, you get hand waving about how smart Obama is, and how he won’t do any of these things (never mind the fact that his base wants it, his Congressional backers want it, and he’ll likely have the political capital to achieve it).

    Sarbanes/Oxley has been an atrocity that has helped destroy the IPO market. We’re about to elect a man who is bound and determined to destroy the rest of it – and the people who make their living in that space are cheerfully voting for that.

    So go ahead – vote that way, and end up stunned and astonished when the tech sector gets taken to the cleaners by the new administration and Congress. The only fun I’ll end up having over the next few years is saying “I told you so” repeatedly.

    Mind you, this is not to say that McCain is much better. At best, he’s a lesser evil in this area. But that’s what I’m left with in this election: a choice between dumb and dumber.

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  18. What I love about tech folks being huge Obama backers is the sheer cluelessness of it all. Obama better on tech? What it boils down to is this: what policy options are better for the creation of new ventures? Obama’s stated desire is to raise the capital gains tax, and to put in higher regulations on companies in general. He also plans to increase the marginal tax rates on wealthy people (you know, the ones who make up a proportion of the Angel Investor class).

    When you bring this up, you get hand waving about how smart Obama is, and how he won’t do any of these things (never mind the fact that his base wants it, his Congressional backers want it, and he’ll likely have the political capital to achieve it).

    Sarbanes/Oxley has been an atrocity that has helped destroy the IPO market. We’re about to elect a man who is bound and determined to destroy the rest of it – and the people who make their living in that space are cheerfully voting for that.

    So go ahead – vote that way, and end up stunned and astonished when the tech sector gets taken to the cleaners by the new administration and Congress. The only fun I’ll end up having over the next few years is saying “I told you so” repeatedly.

    Mind you, this is not to say that McCain is much better. At best, he’s a lesser evil in this area. But that’s what I’m left with in this election: a choice between dumb and dumber.

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  19. What I love about tech folks being huge Obama backers is the sheer cluelessness of it all. Obama better on tech? What it boils down to is this: what policy options are better for the creation of new ventures? Obama’s stated desire is to raise the capital gains tax, and to put in higher regulations on companies in general. He also plans to increase the marginal tax rates on wealthy people (you know, the ones who make up a proportion of the Angel Investor class).

    When you bring this up, you get hand waving about how smart Obama is, and how he won’t do any of these things (never mind the fact that his base wants it, his Congressional backers want it, and he’ll likely have the political capital to achieve it).

    Sarbanes/Oxley has been an atrocity that has helped destroy the IPO market. We’re about to elect a man who is bound and determined to destroy the rest of it – and the people who make their living in that space are cheerfully voting for that.

    So go ahead – vote that way, and end up stunned and astonished when the tech sector gets taken to the cleaners by the new administration and Congress. The only fun I’ll end up having over the next few years is saying “I told you so” repeatedly.

    Mind you, this is not to say that McCain is much better. At best, he’s a lesser evil in this area. But that’s what I’m left with in this election: a choice between dumb and dumber.

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  20. James said: “What I love about tech folks being huge Obama backers is the sheer cluelessness of it all.”

    And that’s all fine and dandy, but one thing that sticks in my mind (and I’m an Independent voting for Obama) is that the prevailing image of Republicans is that they hate change. In technology circles though, we all know that change is inevitable. When we consider things like bullshit copyright laws, fiber, or infrastructure, who is more likely to bring that about? Certainly not a guy that was born before the printing press!

    Obama is the lesser of two evils, no doubt. His plans are to some degree socialistic, but McCain (despite labeling himself a Republican) is a symbol of big government, plutocracy, and more of the same incompetence GWB has exhibited so well.

    Let’s all remember that McCain voted for everything we have come to hate in technology restrictions. So those that think he’ll do a better job than he’s already done may want to get a clue.

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  21. James said: “What I love about tech folks being huge Obama backers is the sheer cluelessness of it all.”

    And that’s all fine and dandy, but one thing that sticks in my mind (and I’m an Independent voting for Obama) is that the prevailing image of Republicans is that they hate change. In technology circles though, we all know that change is inevitable. When we consider things like bullshit copyright laws, fiber, or infrastructure, who is more likely to bring that about? Certainly not a guy that was born before the printing press!

    Obama is the lesser of two evils, no doubt. His plans are to some degree socialistic, but McCain (despite labeling himself a Republican) is a symbol of big government, plutocracy, and more of the same incompetence GWB has exhibited so well.

    Let’s all remember that McCain voted for everything we have come to hate in technology restrictions. So those that think he’ll do a better job than he’s already done may want to get a clue.

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  22. Obama will win.
    And… just 13 bucks on McCain at Intrade.com will give you insurance for your bets. Ask them to raise the bet to a $1000, or more 🙂

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  23. Obama will win.
    And… just 13 bucks on McCain at Intrade.com will give you insurance for your bets. Ask them to raise the bet to a $1000, or more 🙂

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  24. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

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  25. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  26. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  27. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  28. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  29. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  30. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  31. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  32. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  33. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  34. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  35. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  36. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  37. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  38. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  39. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  40. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  41. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  42. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  43. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  44. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  45. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  46. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  47. i have often wondered what the difinition of “Darn Shame” was. I never would have realized the answer would come from a political race.

    The idea of 2 grown men making misstatements about each others asperations for the PEOPLE is shamful. And neither man has the perfect plan to turn things around in the economy.

    But I do think the McCain plan is a little more rational.

    So I am going to vote independent and not show my support for either candidate.

    Like

  48. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

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  49. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

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  50. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  51. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  52. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  53. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  54. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  55. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  56. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  57. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

    Like

  58. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

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  59. Two points:

    James Robertson@6:14pm is right. Obama would be a disaster towards innovation. Why? Because Modern Liberals/Socialists want everything to be “equal”. Success is a big problem for them. That’s why they always work to tax success.

    I don’t know why it’s so hard to see, but Obama would be terrible.

    Second, Scoble, you said “Whew, glad to hit Wednesday and be done with all of this.” We’re not going to be done with this.

    We’re not going to be done with this because the polarization is not the result of “politics”. It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people and it’s finally coming out. The media, which is infested with Modern Liberals, used to be able to control the flow of information. The internet changed this and now we are in a culture war.

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  60. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

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  61. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

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  62. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

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  63. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  64. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  65. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  66. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  67. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  68. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  69. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  70. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  71. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  72. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  73. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

    Like

  74. Alz said: “It’s the result of Modern Liberals have a different belief system than normal people.”

    That statement is typical of Neocons. Whatever happen to Reagan’s philosophy among conservatives? Small government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility? Conservatives these days have done everything they claim liberals are for, bigger government, loss of liberty, and government primacy over the people.

    Liberals are not the problem (and I say this having adopted Reagan’s philosophy). It’s the Neoconservative’s that are screwing everything up. Liberalism of today is more akin to Reagan of yesterday. Thank gawd there are some that still try to keep that ideal alive.

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  75. Don’t expect that cheap old fart Dvorak to pay up. By the way, when did you make these bets? I can’t imagine it could have been recently.

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  76. Don’t expect that cheap old fart Dvorak to pay up. By the way, when did you make these bets? I can’t imagine it could have been recently.

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  77. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

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  78. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

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  79. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  80. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  81. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  82. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  83. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  84. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  85. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  86. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  87. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  88. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  89. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

    Like

  90. It’s unclear whether Obama’s policy’s will really be so terrible for startups or the tech industry. Either way, the policies of the last 8 years have made some higher taxes or painful cuts inevitable. That’s just the price we have to pay, and I have a lot more confidence in Obama’s policies to right the economy overall than I do in McCain.

    One thing that’s clear, I’d rather earn 80% of a 10% increase in the stock market than 90% of a 40% loss.

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  91. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

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  92. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  93. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  94. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  95. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  96. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  97. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  98. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  99. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  100. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  101. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  102. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  103. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  104. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  105. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  106. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  107. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  108. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  109. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  110. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  111. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  112. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  113. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  114. Could you imagine how embarrassing this would be for all those pollsters if Obama did not win.

    Would anyone trust a political poll anymore.

    It will be interesting to compare the Popular Vote with the Electoral Votes

    Like

  115. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

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  116. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  117. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  118. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  119. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  120. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  121. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  122. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  123. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  124. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  125. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  126. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  127. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  128. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  129. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  130. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  131. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  132. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  133. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  134. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  135. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  136. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  137. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  138. Josh – Obama has said that he wants to raise the cap gains tax to 35%. When told that such an increase would result in less government revenue (as it has historically), he said it was about “fairness”.

    Obama has the tech sector completely snowed. What he – and Pelosi and Reid – want is an economy more like Europe’s. One dominated by large employers whose employees are protected by large unions. What they don’t want is a large class of small businessmen, because such a class tends to resent regulation and high taxes. They would much rather have a class of large employers who cheerfully submit to such regulation in exchange for government protection.

    If that’s what you want, fine. But bear in mind that voting for Obama is voting for such a system. It’s not voting for what Silicon Valley has been.

    Like

  139. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  140. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  141. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  142. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  143. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  144. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  145. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  146. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  147. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  148. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  149. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  150. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  151. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  152. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  153. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  154. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  155. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  156. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  157. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  158. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  159. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  160. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  161. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  162. I’ve watched a few Obama interviews. The way he proposes to handle Iraq will be very interesting to follow, if/after he wins.

    Some of his solutions have a Scandinavian flavour, e.g. lower health care costs and good education for all.

    Overall, he seems to be “build bridges” sort of guy, uniting and respecting people across the globe. If I lived 10 time zones behind, I’d vote for him.

    Like

  163. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  164. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  166. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  170. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  171. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  172. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  178. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  179. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  180. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  181. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  182. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  183. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  184. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  185. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  186. How to you feel about the last eight years? Pretty good, huh! I say McCain will keep these good times rollin! Vote Republican for God’s sake!

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  187. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

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  188. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  189. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  190. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  191. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  192. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  193. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  194. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  195. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  196. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  197. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  198. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  199. John must be a crap poker player if he made that bet

    James

    I am a senior Lay rep for a tech union and that isn’t how it works out in Europe 🙂

    A large number of small business men are in favour in cutting red tape except where it benefits them.

    And if large employers mean the average employee is better off what’s the problem. As FDR said Capitalism works as long as we all get a share.

    Like

  200. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

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  201. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  202. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  203. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  204. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  205. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  206. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  207. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  208. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  209. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  210. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  211. Guess what, folks. Obama IS for innovation. Fairness and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Obama, like McCain, knows damn well we have no way out of our current situation as a country than innovation. look for him to throw big bucks at scientific research, health care innovation, alternative energy, and education.

    And if Silicon Valley wants to be what it always has been, it will stay on the innovation path and get some of those dollars.

    Like

  212. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  213. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  214. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  215. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  216. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  217. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  218. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  219. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  220. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  221. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  222. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  223. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  224. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  225. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  226. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  227. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  228. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  229. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  230. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  231. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  232. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  233. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  234. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  235. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  236. Robert,

    I will bet you $100 that Obama will win – I will even give 2-1 odds;
    In fact I will even donate my winnings to charity – any takers?

    Like

  237. The scaremongering and doomsaying about Obama lis amazing.

    I hope Americans as a whole aren’t ignorant enough to believe all this FUD being spread about Obama.

    And to suggest that Obama will be bad for the tech industry… get out! We stand today at a financial crisis bordering on recession that is going to severely impact every industry, including the tech industry, brought about in part by the policies of a Republican government – and you want to slag off at Obama’s policies?

    And also brought about by the greed of wealthy people, those who think it’s the working class who should bear the tax burden because though they (the wealthy) have been successful and successful people have some sort of right to pay less taxes as a reward for their success.

    I grew up in a household staunchly right-wing house that believed that claptrap and it took me many years to see it for what it is: greed and selfishness. And greed and selfishness have brought down many governments, both right and left wing.

    The irony, of course, is the Republican side of politics has large Christian support base. Yet true Christians should be the most socialist people on the planet. The New Testament advocates the distribution of wealth, living in common, etc etc etc. Very, very socialist ideals, and even communist ideals.

    Funny how those Republican Christians overlook that aspect of Christ’s teaching.

    Obama’s got no hope of turning the US socialist because your form of government does not allow radical change. The mere fact a person can be president for only eight years is one safeguard. And further, like the UK and Australia, there’s not a big difference between the two major parties anymore anyway.

    Changing governments from left to right, right to left, simply allows us to maintain an overall average direction to where we, as a country, want to go.

    If Obama wins, then in four or eight years, some of you will look back and blame all the problems that have begun before Obama and that he’ll have to deal with, on him. Which means it will be easy for you to look back and say “I told you so.” A win-win for you guys!

    But most will look back and see it wasn’t that much different to the last eight years, or the eight before that.

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  238. The scaremongering and doomsaying about Obama lis amazing.

    I hope Americans as a whole aren’t ignorant enough to believe all this FUD being spread about Obama.

    And to suggest that Obama will be bad for the tech industry… get out! We stand today at a financial crisis bordering on recession that is going to severely impact every industry, including the tech industry, brought about in part by the policies of a Republican government – and you want to slag off at Obama’s policies?

    And also brought about by the greed of wealthy people, those who think it’s the working class who should bear the tax burden because though they (the wealthy) have been successful and successful people have some sort of right to pay less taxes as a reward for their success.

    I grew up in a household staunchly right-wing house that believed that claptrap and it took me many years to see it for what it is: greed and selfishness. And greed and selfishness have brought down many governments, both right and left wing.

    The irony, of course, is the Republican side of politics has large Christian support base. Yet true Christians should be the most socialist people on the planet. The New Testament advocates the distribution of wealth, living in common, etc etc etc. Very, very socialist ideals, and even communist ideals.

    Funny how those Republican Christians overlook that aspect of Christ’s teaching.

    Obama’s got no hope of turning the US socialist because your form of government does not allow radical change. The mere fact a person can be president for only eight years is one safeguard. And further, like the UK and Australia, there’s not a big difference between the two major parties anymore anyway.

    Changing governments from left to right, right to left, simply allows us to maintain an overall average direction to where we, as a country, want to go.

    If Obama wins, then in four or eight years, some of you will look back and blame all the problems that have begun before Obama and that he’ll have to deal with, on him. Which means it will be easy for you to look back and say “I told you so.” A win-win for you guys!

    But most will look back and see it wasn’t that much different to the last eight years, or the eight before that.

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  239. Actually, Robert, I was for McCain on Twitter…but some BHO supporter reported my Twitter postings to my company and I was fired last Friday. So much for free speech if you are a conservative. The Show Trials will be next.

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  240. Actually, Robert, I was for McCain on Twitter…but some BHO supporter reported my Twitter postings to my company and I was fired last Friday. So much for free speech if you are a conservative. The Show Trials will be next.

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  241. Robert —

    Call Seagate for me — tell them that you’ve got a candidate for CEO. He’s never run anything, not even a lemonade stand. His current job he mostly phones in, because he’s been applying for another job for the last three years. When asked about his actual performance, he talks in generalities and says that he has hope.

    I’m curious if they’d be interested in taking him on or not. My guess would be that they’d be a little worried that the total lack of experience might put their enterprise at risk, no matter how great his ideas and intentions were.

    But at this point, I’m actually kind of looking forward to an Obama win and a Democratic congress. I see two possible outcomes:

    1. Miracles happen, the heavens part, and all problems are solved. My purse swells with coin and the mideast becomes a peaceful oasis. Healthcare is available to all, Social Security is saved, war is banished from the earth and rectal itch is a thing of the past; or

    2. I get to make fun of all my liberal friends for years and years.

    Either one sounds great, to me.

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  242. Robert —

    Call Seagate for me — tell them that you’ve got a candidate for CEO. He’s never run anything, not even a lemonade stand. His current job he mostly phones in, because he’s been applying for another job for the last three years. When asked about his actual performance, he talks in generalities and says that he has hope.

    I’m curious if they’d be interested in taking him on or not. My guess would be that they’d be a little worried that the total lack of experience might put their enterprise at risk, no matter how great his ideas and intentions were.

    But at this point, I’m actually kind of looking forward to an Obama win and a Democratic congress. I see two possible outcomes:

    1. Miracles happen, the heavens part, and all problems are solved. My purse swells with coin and the mideast becomes a peaceful oasis. Healthcare is available to all, Social Security is saved, war is banished from the earth and rectal itch is a thing of the past; or

    2. I get to make fun of all my liberal friends for years and years.

    Either one sounds great, to me.

    Like

  243. Chris,

    It’s not scaremongering about Obama. He’s stated that he wants higher cap gains taxes, higher taxes on upper income people (who already pay the vast majority of taxes in the US). He’s stated that he wants to institute cap and trade on carbon, which will do wonders for anyone in a cold weather state who might want heat in the winter.

    And to the guy who said “it doesn’t work that way” with regard to European unions – a few years back we had a guy in Germany who announced that he disagreed with our business plan, and would not do any work unless it was changed. It took us a year to terminate his employment – against the will of his local union.

    That sure helped us out, having him on staff.

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  244. Chris,

    It’s not scaremongering about Obama. He’s stated that he wants higher cap gains taxes, higher taxes on upper income people (who already pay the vast majority of taxes in the US). He’s stated that he wants to institute cap and trade on carbon, which will do wonders for anyone in a cold weather state who might want heat in the winter.

    And to the guy who said “it doesn’t work that way” with regard to European unions – a few years back we had a guy in Germany who announced that he disagreed with our business plan, and would not do any work unless it was changed. It took us a year to terminate his employment – against the will of his local union.

    That sure helped us out, having him on staff.

    Like

  245. Well Robert and all those who actually care about politics enough to discuss them…

    I am sad actually. Sad because I actually think that most Americans don’t have a clue as to what is going on with the big picture and with U.S. national politics and to be honest I don’t think they want to really know what’s going on.

    And I don’t claim to have the “all knowing eye” either. But I will tell you that from my cheap seat, neither of these candidates are actually going to make our country, as a whole, better off in four years. I think the country has gotten so large and divested that we as a people are so splintered as to what direction and priorities we need to be working on.

    For instance, NEITHER of the candidates have a real plan for paying down and eventually paying off the 10 trillion dollar national debt. If you think the problem will fix itself, you are the dumb electorate that these politicians want voting for them. Each of the candidates say they will get to a balanced budget in three to four years — THEY ARE SMOKING CRACK AND WANT YOU TO SMOKE SOME WITH THEM.

    Another instance… NEITHER of the candidates have a real plan to fix social security. In fact they say there isn’t a problem. I’ve even heard rumors that one candidate has let it be known that they are open to taking 401K/IRA accounts and putting them into the social security system, but I can’t substantiate that rumor. But for there to even be a rumor like this is so crazy it might be true.

    NEITHER of the candidates have a real plan for addressing the 700 billion dollars in oil we purchase from foreign countries every year. Everyone wants to talk about independence from oil, but NEITHER of them will tell the American electorate the hard, cold facts and come up with a plan to get the problem fixed.

    With my rant done, I can tell you I am so proud to live here in America. At least on Tuesday I can go to the voting booth and give my opinion without fear. Although I am sad that I don’t see things getting better, I do have the hope that we can keep working on it little by little and eventually make things work out all right.

    Oh yea, one last think… I am happy that for a couple of years we are done with the election process… man, being informed can really bum you out!!!

    Get back to technology now Robert, please.

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  246. Well Robert and all those who actually care about politics enough to discuss them…

    I am sad actually. Sad because I actually think that most Americans don’t have a clue as to what is going on with the big picture and with U.S. national politics and to be honest I don’t think they want to really know what’s going on.

    And I don’t claim to have the “all knowing eye” either. But I will tell you that from my cheap seat, neither of these candidates are actually going to make our country, as a whole, better off in four years. I think the country has gotten so large and divested that we as a people are so splintered as to what direction and priorities we need to be working on.

    For instance, NEITHER of the candidates have a real plan for paying down and eventually paying off the 10 trillion dollar national debt. If you think the problem will fix itself, you are the dumb electorate that these politicians want voting for them. Each of the candidates say they will get to a balanced budget in three to four years — THEY ARE SMOKING CRACK AND WANT YOU TO SMOKE SOME WITH THEM.

    Another instance… NEITHER of the candidates have a real plan to fix social security. In fact they say there isn’t a problem. I’ve even heard rumors that one candidate has let it be known that they are open to taking 401K/IRA accounts and putting them into the social security system, but I can’t substantiate that rumor. But for there to even be a rumor like this is so crazy it might be true.

    NEITHER of the candidates have a real plan for addressing the 700 billion dollars in oil we purchase from foreign countries every year. Everyone wants to talk about independence from oil, but NEITHER of them will tell the American electorate the hard, cold facts and come up with a plan to get the problem fixed.

    With my rant done, I can tell you I am so proud to live here in America. At least on Tuesday I can go to the voting booth and give my opinion without fear. Although I am sad that I don’t see things getting better, I do have the hope that we can keep working on it little by little and eventually make things work out all right.

    Oh yea, one last think… I am happy that for a couple of years we are done with the election process… man, being informed can really bum you out!!!

    Get back to technology now Robert, please.

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  247. Christianity does not equate with Socialist. Socialism/Communist is a government theory where the government (let me state that again, Government) takes your wealth and spreads it around. Christianity believes that the individual, on their own, without the government forcing them too, is to be charitable. The people are not FORCED to be charitable.

    Obama equated his sharing of toys to that of communism. Once again, if he shared his toys, good for him. But the analogy falls apart when applying SHARING, since communism is where his teacher would have taken his toys and then spread them around. But it gets worse. Historically, those who taken the toys, usually keep the best for themselves and then spread the remaining around.

    I imagine that those that think that the socialism/communism will be such a wonderful thing, should go back and review the history books. Its been tried many times over the centuries and has always failed. Just in recent history, look at the former USSR.

    Personally I don’t think many people voting for Obama are really putting much thought into what Obama is saying or proposing. they are just hearing the word
    Change, and falling all over themselves. Many are accusing the current admin of taking away their freedoms, but under what Obama is proposing, they will have many of their freedoms (not to mention their hard earned money) taken away. Its the only way to make it work.

    But they won’t listen and pay attention to what has been going on recently. Any difficult questions posed on Obama, the questioner is investigated. But the question remains unanswered. We know more about the Joe than we know about Obama. And joes only crime was to be living in the neighborhood where Obama was polling and he made the mistake of asking a question that Obama answered out of his own beliefs. And instead of standing up and being responsible for his answer, Obama had Joe investigated.

    The reporter who recently asked Bidden questions that followed up on Joes, the station has been removed from any further interviews. And just this weekend, those papers who have endorsed McCain, have had their reporters removed from Obama’s plane.

    Wow, if it were McCain that had done any of this, the people here supporting Obama would be screaming bloody murder.

    And what is the problem with the rest of the media, are they afraid to question Obama? or just helping him get elected.
    Once again, if this were happening with McCain, well. you know how it goes.

    The people cried for a king…..

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  248. Christianity does not equate with Socialist. Socialism/Communist is a government theory where the government (let me state that again, Government) takes your wealth and spreads it around. Christianity believes that the individual, on their own, without the government forcing them too, is to be charitable. The people are not FORCED to be charitable.

    Obama equated his sharing of toys to that of communism. Once again, if he shared his toys, good for him. But the analogy falls apart when applying SHARING, since communism is where his teacher would have taken his toys and then spread them around. But it gets worse. Historically, those who taken the toys, usually keep the best for themselves and then spread the remaining around.

    I imagine that those that think that the socialism/communism will be such a wonderful thing, should go back and review the history books. Its been tried many times over the centuries and has always failed. Just in recent history, look at the former USSR.

    Personally I don’t think many people voting for Obama are really putting much thought into what Obama is saying or proposing. they are just hearing the word
    Change, and falling all over themselves. Many are accusing the current admin of taking away their freedoms, but under what Obama is proposing, they will have many of their freedoms (not to mention their hard earned money) taken away. Its the only way to make it work.

    But they won’t listen and pay attention to what has been going on recently. Any difficult questions posed on Obama, the questioner is investigated. But the question remains unanswered. We know more about the Joe than we know about Obama. And joes only crime was to be living in the neighborhood where Obama was polling and he made the mistake of asking a question that Obama answered out of his own beliefs. And instead of standing up and being responsible for his answer, Obama had Joe investigated.

    The reporter who recently asked Bidden questions that followed up on Joes, the station has been removed from any further interviews. And just this weekend, those papers who have endorsed McCain, have had their reporters removed from Obama’s plane.

    Wow, if it were McCain that had done any of this, the people here supporting Obama would be screaming bloody murder.

    And what is the problem with the rest of the media, are they afraid to question Obama? or just helping him get elected.
    Once again, if this were happening with McCain, well. you know how it goes.

    The people cried for a king…..

    Like

  249. If Obama is elected, the islamic radicals in these parts of the world loose their biggest asset – a “typical” U.S. President whom they can spin into Islam’s biggest treat. The recruitment of technically educated youngsters will definitely see a huge downfall.

    Jay, from Bangalore

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  250. If Obama is elected, the islamic radicals in these parts of the world loose their biggest asset – a “typical” U.S. President whom they can spin into Islam’s biggest treat. The recruitment of technically educated youngsters will definitely see a huge downfall.

    Jay, from Bangalore

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  251. Oh please as someone from the Chicago area BHO and his wife have
    done nothing except what they were schooled to be-
    Civil Rights Attorney’s.
    Be careful what you wish for for you are about to getit !!!!
    A socialist with many socialist and questionable friends
    he still claims live in his neighborhood !!!! Some neighborhood .
    BHO and his wife are the biggest most successful marketing
    event,project ,product or person ever.
    They will the help of their media comrades——
    have pulled off the greatest heist ever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    No the Honorable President Regan would not approve
    of this person who shouts fairness and wealth redistribution.
    Protects criminals,wants to speak with terrorists,approves of
    partial birth abortion, increased taxation,protectionism
    and weakening our National Security.
    BHO does not even have a United States of America
    flag on his plane ??????
    Change you can count on
    Fairness to all except those that disagree with BHO
    Wealth Redistribution- they didn’t need or earn that money any way
    Be careful what you wish for -you are going to get it !!!!!
    DaveBigos

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  252. Oh please as someone from the Chicago area BHO and his wife have
    done nothing except what they were schooled to be-
    Civil Rights Attorney’s.
    Be careful what you wish for for you are about to getit !!!!
    A socialist with many socialist and questionable friends
    he still claims live in his neighborhood !!!! Some neighborhood .
    BHO and his wife are the biggest most successful marketing
    event,project ,product or person ever.
    They will the help of their media comrades——
    have pulled off the greatest heist ever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    No the Honorable President Regan would not approve
    of this person who shouts fairness and wealth redistribution.
    Protects criminals,wants to speak with terrorists,approves of
    partial birth abortion, increased taxation,protectionism
    and weakening our National Security.
    BHO does not even have a United States of America
    flag on his plane ??????
    Change you can count on
    Fairness to all except those that disagree with BHO
    Wealth Redistribution- they didn’t need or earn that money any way
    Be careful what you wish for -you are going to get it !!!!!
    DaveBigos

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  253. I don’t know, I think McCain has an outside chance, but it would seem this year Obama has it in the bag (unless something drastic happens). I guess we’ll find out tomorrow.

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  254. I don’t know, I think McCain has an outside chance, but it would seem this year Obama has it in the bag (unless something drastic happens). I guess we’ll find out tomorrow.

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  255. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  256. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  257. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  258. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  259. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  260. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  261. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  262. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  263. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  264. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  265. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  266. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  267. Neither one of these guys thrills me- it’s just Obama’s relationship with Rev Write turns me against him.

    Like

  268. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

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  269. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  270. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  271. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  272. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  273. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  274. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  275. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  276. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  277. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  278. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  279. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  280. Hello again Robert,
    Decent of you to write a post to give the opposing side a chance to speak up. You’ve won me back as a fan.

    Here’s to aiming for a better world regardless of who is elected.
    -Nick

    Like

  281. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

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  282. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  283. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  284. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  285. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  286. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  287. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  288. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  289. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  290. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  291. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  292. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  293. While I do think its inevitable that Obama wins this go round… as an independent voter I don’t trust him… any more than I trust McCain.

    I am a social conservative, therefore lean conservative most of the time. McCain is out of touch… he caters to the rich… this is true. But he is also a Hawk, and I respect his war service, and long time public service.

    I don’t think Obama is any more qualified than Palin is. Unfortunately for McCain, I don’t see that as a plus in his corner.

    I voted to Romney in the Primaries, and Romney won my state over McCain. Had McCain chose Romney as VP I might have had a harder decision.

    Its the Economy, stupid. I’m not voting my conscience. I’m voting for our better interest. All things considered… Obama has made the better argument. Doesn’t mean he is the second coming, or that he will be able to right the course… just that he will be less reactionary, and more thoughtful in his decision making.

    Haven’t we had enough of the cowboy mentality? If he fails to get things done, he will be a single term president, anyways.

    Godspeed America!

    Like

  294. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  295. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  296. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  297. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  298. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  299. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  300. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  301. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

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  302. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

    Like

  303. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

    Like

  304. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

    Like

  305. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

    Like

  306. I am so excited. We are on the verge of real change!!! Robert you called it my man. This is going to the best 4 years ever. Period. You wait and see. Finally peace and harmony throughout the world. I think I hear the angels singing already. This is the prophet revealed before our very eyes. I will not sleep tonight.

    Like

  307. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  308. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  309. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  310. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  311. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  312. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  313. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  314. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  315. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  316. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  317. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  318. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  319. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  320. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  321. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  322. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  323. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  324. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  325. I am too giddy… I have to post again.. hope coarses through my veins like the roaring rapids of the Colorado!! Once the fairness doctrine is signed we will finally be as one nation, no dissenters among us. We will speak with one voice to the world. Is it January yet?

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  326. Oh and I almost forgot Dear Joe Biden, God love ya! We know it is just your passion that sometimes causes you to trip over your tongue – I am sure all the leaders around the world understand too. Joe the pride that must be rising within you tonight! I am so proud of you! I am sure its a raucous crowd at Katies!

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  327. Oh and I almost forgot Dear Joe Biden, God love ya! We know it is just your passion that sometimes causes you to trip over your tongue – I am sure all the leaders around the world understand too. Joe the pride that must be rising within you tonight! I am so proud of you! I am sure its a raucous crowd at Katies!

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  328. Oh and I almost forgot Dear Joe Biden, God love ya! We know it is just your passion that sometimes causes you to trip over your tongue – I am sure all the leaders around the world understand too. Joe the pride that must be rising within you tonight! I am so proud of you! I am sure its a raucous crowd at Katies!

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  329. Oh and I almost forgot Dear Joe Biden, God love ya! We know it is just your passion that sometimes causes you to trip over your tongue – I am sure all the leaders around the world understand too. Joe the pride that must be rising within you tonight! I am so proud of you! I am sure its a raucous crowd at Katies!

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  330. Oh and I almost forgot Dear Joe Biden, God love ya! We know it is just your passion that sometimes causes you to trip over your tongue – I am sure all the leaders around the world understand too. Joe the pride that must be rising within you tonight! I am so proud of you! I am sure its a raucous crowd at Katies!

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  331. Oh and I almost forgot Dear Joe Biden, God love ya! We know it is just your passion that sometimes causes you to trip over your tongue – I am sure all the leaders around the world understand too. Joe the pride that must be rising within you tonight! I am so proud of you! I am sure its a raucous crowd at Katies!

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  332. Congrats on the $200 Scoble. I have to say that I am a fan of betting against what I believe in when it is that important however; that way, even if you loose, you win a little.

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  333. Congrats on the $200 Scoble. I have to say that I am a fan of betting against what I believe in when it is that important however; that way, even if you loose, you win a little.

    Like

  334. Congrats on the $200 Scoble. I have to say that I am a fan of betting against what I believe in when it is that important however; that way, even if you loose, you win a little.

    Like

  335. Congrats on the $200 Scoble. I have to say that I am a fan of betting against what I believe in when it is that important however; that way, even if you loose, you win a little.

    Like

  336. Congrats on the $200 Scoble. I have to say that I am a fan of betting against what I believe in when it is that important however; that way, even if you loose, you win a little.

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  337. Congrats on the $200 Scoble. I have to say that I am a fan of betting against what I believe in when it is that important however; that way, even if you loose, you win a little.

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  338. It would appear you’re at least $200 richer this morning.

    Too bad you didn’t get a multiple for the electoral landslide. 🙂

    Now, on to climbing out of this hole that 8 yrs of Bush has put this country in…

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  339. It would appear you’re at least $200 richer this morning.

    Too bad you didn’t get a multiple for the electoral landslide. 🙂

    Now, on to climbing out of this hole that 8 yrs of Bush has put this country in…

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  340. “This is your last chance to talk politics for a while!”
    Do you say this because you’re heading to China and you’re not going to talk about freedom and politics?
    E.g. When will we see an elected head of state in that country? When someone from the many minorities in that countries? How to break the party monopoly, corruption, solve enviromental problems without civil war and worldwide economic collapse?
    The world still has a long, long way to go.

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  341. “This is your last chance to talk politics for a while!”
    Do you say this because you’re heading to China and you’re not going to talk about freedom and politics?
    E.g. When will we see an elected head of state in that country? When someone from the many minorities in that countries? How to break the party monopoly, corruption, solve enviromental problems without civil war and worldwide economic collapse?
    The world still has a long, long way to go.

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  342. “The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.”
    i think so ….
    Change we need!..

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  343. “The world can’t afford for McCain to win. The world needs an America that is not self-righteous, self-centred and retributionist. There is more hope of achieving that under Obama.”
    i think so ….
    Change we need!..

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