Dev
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2008-03-22T04:27:11Z

Obama is in the strongest position at the moment to become president. Judging from his popular support and delegate lead.

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frg1
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2008-03-22T04:30:39Z

 obama does seem like a good canidate thats who im voting for

Savage Animal
2008-03-22T08:40:17Z

 I think its unfortunate, we really had no good candidates this year. I'm more of a McCain man myself, but I doubt I'll vote since I don't like any of the candidates. We really need more then this two party system. Even if their were a decent third party candidate he/she wouldn't stand chance because the media only covers the two major parties.

AjayD
2008-03-22T10:27:05Z

 I don't care for any of the candidates we are forced to choose from. The problem with these elections is that even if you initially find someone you think is worth voting for, by the time primaries come around they are gone. I would have voted for Dennis Kucinich, or Ron Paul if I had to choose a republican. I think John McCain looks like he has one foot in the grave and would be a disaster for the US. Hillary is about as honest as a used car salesman and I disagree with many of her policies, which I think have been dressed up to make her more appealing. Obama is really the only one I could stand to vote for. He is not my first choice by a long shot, but merely the lesser of three evils. The main problem I see with these elections, is that they have become more about who can get elected, rather than who should get elected.

ice91785
2008-03-22T10:32:55Z

I am thinking Obama will get the nod for the simple fact that he is #1-younger/generally popular among younger voters #2-Democrat, I belive the U.S. is looking for change after having a republican-based government for the past decade or so #3-McCain is just old -- he will appeal to the hardcare conservatives and even has some liberal views which will get him a few votes from the democatic side -- albeit from the OLDER generation again.

IMO the young (40 and below) generation is going to make this election and I think they are going to go with a younger/"hipper" nominee for pres

willardcw4
2008-03-22T11:51:34Z

I'll be 21 in a few weeks, and I plan on voting for McCain... I'm not conservative (.. and neither is McCain, lol), but I just don't like the social policies both democrats offer (both are pretty much the same, healthcare, poverty, Iraq, etc... just represented by a younger and older generation)... I'd rather not vote based on the age of the candidate, rather, which one (since they all suck) share the majority of my views, hopes, and opinions on the issues I feel are most important to the success of our country. So i'm a youngin' staying away from the Dems :)

I just hope w[censored]ver is elected is smart enough to surround themself with smart people that are well qualified and open minded... from what i've noticed in previous successful presidencies, the CiC is smart enough to know that surrounding yourself with smart qualified people will provide good support to make "good" decisions and maintain economic and social prosperity :)

coolzonestefan
2008-03-22T12:15:44Z
I'm more than sure that Obama will win
Der Meister
2008-03-22T13:35:49Z

Im with Willarcw4 on  McCain and his stance on the Dem policies.

 

But when it comes down to it None of them are good... Is Ross Pero running this time? lol 

ice91785
2008-03-22T13:45:23Z

not to hijack but... coolzone weren't you banned from the forums? Why did you create a new account

AjayD
2008-03-22T14:01:29Z

 If you are going to create a new account after getting banned, you may want to consider not using your banned name in your new one. Apparantly you can't ban IP addresses, how unfortunate. Unless maybe he doesn't have a static IP, or is using a proxy. 

Sorry for the off topic comment. In addition to my previous comment I would say I think Obama is the current front runner. I just hope the rumors of him and Hillary banding together on a joint ticket approach prove to be unfounded.  

frg1
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2008-03-22T14:09:37Z

 yeah i think obama will do okay but what did coolzone get bannned for

willardcw4
2008-03-22T15:40:33Z

frg1 wrote:

yeah i think obama will do okay but what did coolzone get bannned for

He got banned for voting for Obama 😉

(not really....)

frg1
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2008-03-22T15:54:28Z

thats not good guess i will have to go for clinton

coolzonestefan
2008-03-23T01:04:26Z

the thing is I did not get banned,I already talked to the admins 

frg1
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2008-03-23T01:07:04Z

 sorry for the misunderstanding