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    Re: An outsider's view of the Presidential Election

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    Ridding America of country music and alcohol would be far more effective.
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    Ah. The Sharia solution.
    I'm searching to see if Sharia Law bans country music...

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    I'm searching to see if Sharia Law bans country music...
    First section, first paragraph, first sentence I'd have thought. It would if I'd drafted it.
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    Re: An outsider's view of the Presidential Election

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    First section, first paragraph, first sentence I'd have thought. It would if I'd drafted it.

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    Re: An outsider's view of the Presidential Election

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    Ridding America of country music and alcohol would be far more effective.
    I think ever congressional meeting should have kegs of beer on station, and the meeting cannot be called to order until every member has quaffed at least on pint.

    And Hank Williams (Sr. not Junior), Flat and Scruggs, and the Carter family should be piped in.
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    I think ever congressional meeting should have kegs of beer on station, and the meeting cannot be called to order until every member has quaffed at least on pint.

    And Hank Williams (Sr. not Junior), Flat and Scruggs, and the Carter family should be piped in.
    No, no, no...That's Merica...We're talking about America, The United States of America...

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    Re: An outsider's view of the Presidential Election

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    I have no interest in who wins so long as the resulting administrational logjam between Senate, Representatives and White House triggers a financial default of monumental proportions, pushing US government spending into a tailspin of such immensity that no future steps can bring it back to free flight. What else is capable of ending US interference in foreign affairs?
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    Re: An outsider's view of the Presidential Election

    Seriously,
    Romney is beginning to take some serious lead from all the other contenders.
    I think that was the GOP strategy to start with. Bring in the lunatic fringe, and make Mitt seem reasonably sane.

    A lot of centrists are saying, "Hmm, I could live with Mitt as Pres."
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    Re: An outsider's view of the Presidential Election

    I'm starting to think the republicans are going to play the dem's card they'd used in '08. Bring in some hot shot late that will attempt to woo the crowed.

    Well, because Romney? Rick Perry was shot down before the wheels could retract. Herman Cain? This guy's kind of funny I have to admit but...Jesus his last name is cain! I mean with a name like that he ought to scare the sense right in to some of these republican extremists and if they do that they'll not be republican anymore so scratch that...

    Next!

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    Re: An outsider's view of the Presidential Election

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    It took me a bit to realize the OP was from 2008 Yes it's all still a relevant list of concerns. Not so sure about the foreign aid part though as it's like church tithes. If a country doesn't give it's considered Godless and the US doesn't want to be seen that way whether it's Christian God or Muslim or the Great Spirit of the Sneeze.

    I had high hopes for Obama but that's because I believed he'd crack down on Israel and it turns out they have far more voting power than Obama is willing to risk. I heard someone say once that he was a moral man but his position on Palestine has convinced me otherwise.

    So... best hope for the US elections is that Occupy Wall Street will somehow rid the country of conventional government options of the present. My own city's occupy movement isn't strong enough to last past the end of my Saturday work shift or I'd be joining them with my own sign.

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