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Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Savage Distortion applauds John Edwards for running a clean, heart felt campaign. I'm sorry to see him jump ship, but you can't blame him, he just couldn't break out from under the shadow of the two headed monster that is Clinton/Obama.

John's great sin? Well, let's just say it 's just not fashionable to be a white male these days.

Somehow, I don't think we've seen the last of Johnny Boy.

I don't get the appeal of Edwards to the liberal masses. Here's a guy who is emensely wealthy and well connected, who earned said wealth on the backs of lawsuits against cigarette manufacturers. Cigarette smoking: a perfectly legal activity in all fifty states. The anti-smoking campaign, the most unliberal group of liars we've seen in a while.

I don't know, the guy comes off creepy and smarmy, mostly, completely unelectable IMHO. With him out of the way your party has a VERY good chance of putting your man/women in the oval office.
I guess I listened to what he had to say instead of getting put off by how he came by his cash.

In politics there is no clean money.
I guess I listened to what he had to say instead of getting put off by how he came by his cash.

In politics there is no clean money.
Very true... Frankly, I no you don't like Hillary, and I think BO's got a lot to learn, but I like'em both.

I'm very jazzed about McCain's surge. I didn't like his immigration paper, but I'd take it if we could elect him. For the first time in a long time I'm not in fear of who might win this election.

Of course and to your point, they're all dirty thievin' sterno bum politicians.
I think I can deal with Obama/Edwards on a bumper sticker. I have sort of a love/hate relationship with John Edwards. I pretty much agree with 90% of what comes out of his mouth, but in the past, I have been turned off by his smarminess. I am finding him to be more sincere this go around, which worries me even more. If he can go from being smarmy to sincere, could that be the height of smarminess? He keeps talking about how winning this election is all about trust - the candidate that wins will ultimately be the one who gains the trust of the American people. Now all of sudden, he's trustworthy to me. It seems like his handlers told him you need to be more trustworthy. In any case, he's still much less of chameleon than Huckabee and less of a panderer than Hillary.
I was an Edwards man myself. A damn shame it ended the way it did. For some reason the media ignored him for the most part, and I think that's what ultimately spelled his doom.

For the first time in my life I'll probably vote for the elephants. I don't like Obama...He's trying to be an "accomodationist" and I don't want some one that is going to reach out to the other party, I want some that is going to enforce the parties principles.

And Hillary...well I don't like her. She'll do some good, but like her husband she'll pass a few conservative bills that will hurt the working class (nafta, and welfare reform) and will start a few wars to prove that she's stern.

This country is in a lot of trouble.
I'll vote for the candidate that most pisses off his or her own party. Right now that best describes McCain, but I think Obama isn't done biting feeding hands.
"I'll vote for the candidate that most pisses off his or her own party."

Not being sarcastic at all... I think this is excellent criteria for voting. You should vote for Ron Paul then, aka Dr. No
I don't think I'll get to have the pleasure of casting my vote for Ron in the national election, unless he splits off from the GOP, which is always a good idea in my book, but not a good way to get elected.

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