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Old 05-19-2008, 01:51 PM
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I'm a diehard conservative, and there is no one running that is conservative. I think the Dem's should win, then the country will suffer. That will make the next election stronger for the Rep's. If McCain wins, the Dems will say that the conservatives and Republicans ran the country down. Time to rebuild Republican's, let Obama win and sink for a few years and then we can take the country back with a strong Republican/conservative party, house, senate and President and fix the country again! McCain is not the man, he'll give conservatism a bad name! I hate to vote for a Dem, never have, never will?????Maybe now????? Undecided

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unfortunately the president is not the most important vote in this election. it seems the senate and house will be a democrate magority this time. i can't even imagine the problems we'll have if either HillaBill or Barack gets in with a democrat congress. the other problem with a Dem as president is the supreme court nominee's. the next couple of nominee's can swing this over to judges that will rule on the laws instead of making up whatever they want. how safe do you feel about keeping your guns? what do you think the price of oil will be if we pull the troups and the middle east goes into Talaban rule? how much will we be paying in taxes when the tax cuts are no more and one tax after another gets voted in? Barrack and a Democrat congress will make the Jimmy Carter days look like a picnic!
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I agree with Dave Wilson as well. The black days of the brewing storm ahead are getting blacker all the time. The possibilities of what Dave mentioned with the majority of our government being what they might is absolutely horrible to think of. If Billary gets Pennsylvania Avenue, and Feinstein reigns over a liberal Congress, and the sway of the Supreme Court judges are against the 2nd amendment, this here boy will find residence in another country come January. Let's just hope that there will be some balance of power in the days ahead!
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Old 05-19-2008, 09:20 PM
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I just got to peruse through my American Hunter magazine this evening and there was an interview with McCain by the NRA Vice pres. It was a timely article and well done. However, McCain's responses sounded too much like a politician's correct answers in the given company. In other words, he told Wayne LaPierre exactly what he wanted to hear.

But if even half of what McCain said he truly believes in, he is still a resounding choice for gun owners over his eventual democratic hopeful.

Anyone else read the article? Oh that brings up another thread that needs to be posted......
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One most take into account that if we let the Democratic party take the house, Senate and the White House even for one term, the irreversible damage that could occur might be a death blow to our great country. How many government programs do any of you know that have ever been repealed by another congress or White House. I don't know of any.

Any federal judge appointed is appointed for life. That could mean a few generations of legislation from the bench. I don't want to think of what damage that could do to our way of life.

I have never been a registered party member. I have voted for Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians in my adult life. I vote for who I think will do the best job based on the candidates available. I would not have had McCain as my candidate but to many east coast votes got counted for him while the other conservative candidates split the Republican party. He is what we got and is unfortunately what we need to stand behind.

Then we need to put the pressure on Congress to uphold our conservative agenda and not appease the left wing politicians. That is where the power will lie. Not the president. Congress will make or break this country.

McCain has a very difficult choice for his running mate. It may be the difference in pulling the Republican party back together. We can still elect McCain now and then elect a true conservative in four years without giving Washington over to the left wing radicals of Obama or Hillary and their minions.
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I don't think this country could suffer anymore than it has in the last 8 years. So if the dems get in I don't think it could get much worse. Like most on here I don't like any of the candidates.
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I don't think this country could suffer anymore than it has in the last 8 years. So if the dems get in I don't think it could get much worse. Like most on here I don't like any of the candidates.
You gotta be kiddin'! Socialist, anti-gun Obama and his fanatical white-hating wife and friends in power?

If that bunch gets in the White House (combined with the predicted Dem majority in the House and Senate), you ain't seen nothin' yet.

Just a few "changes" we can look forward to: Liberal socialist agenda mandates like more government social engineering, expansion of entitlement programs, repressive gun laws, and of course, higher taxes to pay for the changes, liberal judicial appointments,...the list just goes on and on.:mad:

Those bastards can wreck the country so completely that no future administration will ever be able to put it right again.

McCain isn't our choice, but he's the only choice.

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