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If Al wants him, I sure don’t ...
Posted by: McQ on Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Not that I wanted him prior to Al Gore's endsorsement, but it certainly puts the exclamation point on why I think Barack Obama would be as big a mistake for this country as was Jimmy Carter.

If you don't believe it, read the first two paragraphs from Al's blog post about it:
A few hours from now I will step on stage in Detroit, Michigan to announce my support for Senator Barack Obama. From now through Election Day, I intend to do whatever I can to make sure he is elected President of the United States.

Over the next four years, we are going to face many difficult challenges — including bringing our troops home from Iraq, fixing our economy, and solving the climate crisis. Barack Obama is clearly the candidate best able to solve these problems and bring change to America.
Al Gore endorsing another's national security, economic or "climate crisis" agenda (much less all three) should be the giant red flag to anyone with sense. And they should immediately, if not sooner, support whomever Gore isn't supporting. Thankfully, at least for me, that means more than just John McCain.
 
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"Over the next four years, we are going to face many difficult challenges — including bringing our troops home from Iraq, fixing our economy, and solving the climate crisis."

What? Where is world peace?
 
Written By: timactual
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And I think he forgot (just as I did) the problem of Palestine. No Democratic campaign platform would be complete without promising peace in the Middle East.
 
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No Democratic campaign platform would be complete without promising peace in the Middle East.
Peace in our time!!!
 
Written By: Scott Jacobs
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Ready for the fright?

President Barack Obama

Attorney General John Edwards

Secretary of State Joseph Biden

Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court Hillary Clinton

If this doesn’t make you shudder for our country, nothing will.

I, for one, will be building the hole in my backyard in case this crowd manages to steal this election. I will need a bomb shelter, and soon, for when Osama bin Laden hits us with a nuclear weapon.
 
Written By: James Marsden
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President Barack Obama

Attorney General John Edwards

Secretary of State Joseph Biden

Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court Hillary Clinton
Not exactly the change I was looking for... and all the R’s could come up with is McCain?

Blech!!!
 
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