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Congrats to U.S. President-elect Barak Obama

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This is a thread for congrats only. The people of the US have voted and decided. I for one am happy to see it happen and glad to be witness to such an historical event.

The world is going to change....how, we will soon see. Dunno if Barak is a fisherman or not.

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PS. Joe, Art, GCD.....told ya so!

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I bet he fishes, what kind respectable man doesn't? lol

Will be interesting to see what he can do with the hand he's been dealt.

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Congrats to Obama.

 

Talk about being dealt a shiite hand though.

 

It will be interesting to see how the markets react tomorrow.. oh ya and the S&P was once again correct in predicting the President...something like 80%

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Still two months of bush to go. But don't expect a bull market to return for long, Dec or spring 09 markets may be testing lows again.

Let's hope that change returns common sense!

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:mellow: The man is brilliant.........He has excited the whole world............He is a once in a lifetime politician, and I'm sure that he enjoys fishing............

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We'll see how he does, my guess is at this time next year you won't be able to find anybody white or black that voted for him... kinda like after Clinton's "don't ask-don't tell" policy and the monica blewinski oops... couldn't find a soul that voted for him then... kinda makes you wonder how he got elected.

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He doesn't fish and he doesn't hunt. He stands for socialism. NOT GOOD ! ! !

 

 

lol, how do you figure that? You'd rather have another Bush in the office for 4 more years?

 

Obama is a step in the right direction if you ask me.

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It will be interesting over the next few months to see how well he does with all that authority. Certainly going to be under the microscope with some factions.

 

 

"Nothing is as powerfull as an idea whose time has come"

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Yes historical event indeed, but what exactly is everybody expecting from this guy? He is one man and he still has to bend over to the political elite and the power brokers. Is he going to wave his magic "it time for change" wand and fix everything.

 

Kinda scary watching some of the people on TV last night looking at this man like they were in a trance, I was half expecting to see lightning bolts rain down from the sky.

 

After everything is said and done just remember that he is still a politician.

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After everything is said and done just remember that he is still a politician

 

Yes they are,but maybe this ,politician,can bring the US OF A back to where it was. He has no need for war,nor a father to carry out what he could not finish.

I for one, look forward to seeing what this man can bring.

 

IMO

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32nd degree Free Mason.. <_<

 

and secretly invited to Bilderberg in July 2008

 

He will do as he's told, as all others have done

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This thread was started to congratulate President Elect Barak Obama not to start/fuel conspiracy theories.

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I'm neither liberal or conservative in American political terms, but going in I favoured McCain, although the idea of anything not Bush was appealing. I was disappointed when McCain let himself be over-handled in the campaign. He didn't come across as the guy I was expecting, the maverick, and having to carry a newby like Palin probably weighed heavy on his campaigning.

 

During the debates I definitely got the impression that Obama was better equipped for the role of statesman, although in terms of history I thought McCain had the goods. The GOP handlers kinda blew it for McCain though with their attempts at making him into a confrontational hardliner, obviously something counter to his nature. I think I'd like John McCain as a buddy, probably better than Barack Obama, but fate, and their handlers' judgement, have given the world Obama as a President. One can only hope that he's more than just a black candidate and can assume the reins of leadership of the greatest (most powerful) nation in the world. That cloak of American greatness is in dire danger of shifting to some Asian shoulders unless Obama et al prove worthy of the responsibility. Good luck to him and the USA in sustaining their role as world leader. I'm cheering here. :thumbsup_anim:

 

JF

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if history holds true

the grassy knoll will be getting a work out.....

 

 

I hope it's not true

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I love McCain and the hard life he had and and war he's fought. If I was an American, I would have voted for McCain if he was running against anybody OTHER than Obama.

 

In 'my' perfect world, Barak wins and McCain is Vice President.

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I disagree that this thread should ever have been started. Since it is here though, I'll say that I'm very pleased that as many people got out and looked past racial boundaries to elect a black man into office. Definately a moment in history and one to be proud of in terms of humanity moving forward.

 

That being said, I'm very dissapointed in the Canadian voters who couldn't give a flying flock to get out and create the kind of movement that we saw yesterday in our neighbours down South.

 

Congrats Obama, hope what Irishfield said doesn't come to fruition. I kind of expect the same, unfortunately.

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This thread was started to congratulate President Elect Barak Obama not to start/fuel conspiracy theories.

 

Conspiracy theories only exist for people who keep their head in the sand

 

The guys background and voting record speak for themselves. People chose to ignore them and will pay the price. (Not that they were given any real choices outside of Chuck Baldwin or Ron Paul)

 

After all his "advisor" is Zbigniew Brzezinski

http://www.newswithviews.com/Briley2/patrick103.htm

You wanna know what's in store read this: http://www.scribd.com/doc/6226735/Between-...niew-Brzezinski

 

Paul Martin's mentor, Maurice Strong was almost as despicable.

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