what if Hussein becomes our next president?

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live4ever

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Has anyone wondered what will happened to our military if Obama is elected? Having a daughter in the service, i wonder who or what she will have to pledge allegiance to. He has "great plans" for all of us, starting with a "civilian security force", If you have not seen this videos, you ought to. It will take a few minutes of your time, but it is well worth it...Barack Hussein Obama in the White House, could and will be the end of America as we have known it and as we have loved it.:help:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdF5TQIv1fU&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gH-2Fwx5RU0&NR=1

There are too many to watch to list all of them here....
ANOTHER CHILLING ARTICLE, JUST STUMBLED UPON IT:
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=79917
 
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What Americans can appreciate is that service men and women will show up for work the next day, no matter who is elected.

At this point, I've voted and it's out of my hands. I voted once.
 

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what if Hussein becomes our next president?


I think he just might provide more leadership than Walker has provided.

One thing is for sure - regardless if the next administration will be led by Hussein or Sydney - America as we know it will remain America as we know it.

One election will not do us in. The older I get the more deja vu I get. What goes around comes around. Back about 28 years ago, we Americans were all but guaranteed by the Democratic Party that America as we know it would cease if Reagan was elected.
Thank goodness they were correct because that other Naval Academy grad - Jimmy Who?, left us with sky high unemployment, double digit interest rates an economy in the toilet, a national debt that would never be paid off and a military that could not account for a sandstorm in a covert rescue operation.

Folks - don't get too excited in predicting the end of the good ol' US of A -
it just aint gonna happen.
 

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Who said it "Vote early, vote often!" LBJ?

I was in Ohio two weeks ago at a large horse show. Almost expected to see ACORN out registering all of us and our horses to vote!
 

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I think he just might provide more leadership than Walker has provided.

One thing is for sure - regardless if the next administration will be led by Hussein or Sydney - America as we know it will remain America as we know it.

One election will not do us in. The older I get the more deja vu I get. What goes around comes around. Back about 28 years ago, we Americans were all but guaranteed by the Democratic Party that America as we know it would cease if Reagan was elected.
Thank goodness they were correct because that other Naval Academy grad - Jimmy Who?, left us with sky high unemployment, double digit interest rates an economy in the toilet, a national debt that would never be paid off and a military that could not account for a sandstorm in a covert rescue operation.

Folks - don't get too excited in predicting the end of the good ol' US of A -
it just aint gonna happen.

I wish you could be right, but this is not quite "deja vu"... The very thing that could sink this country is a false sense of security, "this cannot happen here" type of reasoning.... I think we have slumbered this election could provide a rude awakening. and yes things have changed, in fact drastically in the past 20 years. Keep informed, keep reading, be on your guard; complacency is our WORST enemy!
 

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I thought "Vote Early and Vote Often" came out of Chicago - who said it?
Mayor Daly? Al Capone?
 

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live4ever - why are you calling Sen. Obama by his middle name?:confused:
I am really tired of people trying to imply he is a muslim or there is something wrong with him because of his middle name. In case you forgot he didn't name himself, his mother did.

I cannot wait until Wednesday. I am SICK of all the campaign ads on TV.
 

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Had a classmate confronted by ACORN...judging from his response, i believe it got interesting.

He votes in Texas, need I say more? :biggrin:
 

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live4ever - why are you calling Sen. Obama by his middle name?:confused:
I am really tired of people trying to imply he is a muslim or there is something wrong with him because of his middle name. In case you forgot he didn't name himself, his mother did.

I cannot wait until Wednesday. I am SICK of all the campaign ads on TV.
Well, I find it interesting -to say the least.... Barack, Hussein Obama (or is it Iraq, Hussein, Osama...??:wink:)
 

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I find the name calling thing disrespectful. I guess I should start referring to Sen. McCain as McOld.

This is what I hate about elections...people can't stick to the issues they have to start dragging unrelated crap in like how much was spent on a wardrobe or someone's middle name. :thumbdown:
 

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I find the name calling thing disrespectful. I guess I should start referring to Sen. McCain as McOld.
That's the great thing, you can, without repercussion.

Being able to verbally attack and insult the opposition (and the Govt) without fear of being thrown in jail is a freedom we all enjoy.

Despite whether or not we agree with the content, restricting it because we think it may be "disrespectful" is not a call I would want to make. One person's "disrespectful" is another person's truth. :wink:

The great thing about elections is that every 4 years we get to show the rest of the world that no matter how far apart the two sides are, with the Democrat Party taken over by the far left wing, and the Republican Party taken over by the far-right wing, we can still have an orderly peaceful transfer of power.

Without any Federal troops at the polling places, without armed militia patrols, without violence (for the most part, at least I hope) we can change out an entire administration and switch the political party in power.

What an excellent process we get to participate in. :thumb:
 

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HAHA! I like this one too:

Obama Biden
Osama Bin Laden
You beat me to that one!!! It has been our little joke around the house:wink:
But i refrained from posting it because everyone is getting a little touchy around here:biggrin:
 

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I find the name calling thing disrespectful. I guess I should start referring to Sen. McCain as McOld.

This is what I hate about elections...people can't stick to the issues they have to start dragging unrelated crap in like how much was spent on a wardrobe or someone's middle name. :thumbdown:
Come on... No disrespect intended.... Just some fun, before they put me in jail for doing that....I mean, "the Obama civilian security forces" I mentioned in my original post..... That is a REAL issue, just like "wealth redistribution", killing live -born infants, not showing any respect to our flag during the pledge of allegiance, hanging out with terrorists (Ayers) and getting campaign funds from Hamas... Oh, I forgot, we still are not sure if he is a us born citizen.... No, I understand those issues are just details, after all he is cute looking....Mc Cain not so much anymore... (He used to be) LIGHTEN UP!:smile:
 

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Come on... No disrespect intended.... Just some fun, before they put me in jail for doing that....I mean, "the Obama civilian security forces" I mentioned in my original post..... That is a REAL issue, just like "wealth redistribution", killing live -born infants, not showing any respect to our flag during the pledge of allegiance, hanging out with terrorists (Ayers) and getting campaign funds from Hamas... Oh, I forgot, we still are not sure if he is a us born citizen.... No, I understand those issues are just details, after all he is cute looking....Mc Cain not so much anymore... (He used to be) LIGHTEN UP!:smile:
Oh I can lighten up. I guess all of this is getting on my nerves because it has been going on so long now.

By the way, show me the proof that Obama is getting campaign financing from Hamas and hanging out with terrorists...Oh yeah....that proof is buried with the WMD's in Iraq!

Regarding Obama's citizenship - He was born in Hawaii and his mother was a US citizen, so what is the question? Last time I checked the US Constitution, the son or daughter of two illigal immigrants born on American soil is a US citizen. So even if you could prove his mother was not a US citizen - Obama was born in the US and is a US citizen. Did you know that McCain was born in Panama...should we question his citizenship too? I find this question absolutely ridiculous.
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Luigi,
I wasn't trying to tell anyone they shouldn't call names I was just stating my opinion that I find it disrespectful. I too am proud that I live in a country where I am allowed to state my opinion in public and I won't be arrested for it. I like to think about how much Americans could accomplish if they used all that negative energy to solve some real problems.
 
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