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Sean Adams
08-28-2008, 08:19 AM
Maybe you have been watching the last few days...maybe you haven't.

If you have been watching, you may have noticed that the Democratic Party is dealing with some issues. Tonight Presidential hopeful Obama will give his acceptance speech at Invesco Field.

What does he have to say to put to rest the questions? About Hillary? About his lack of experience? About his running mate and endorsers previously criticizing him? What will he have to say that will convince the American voters that he is capable?

garydale
08-28-2008, 08:41 AM
He needs to anounce that on day one if elected, a 20% across the board cut to the federal budget. Then tell all govorment management types their jobs are depending on how well they implement the 20% cut.

Anyone wishing to keep their level of spending must first offset the 20% cut with other cuts.

Anounce he will not sign any legislation with any "pork" attached.

Grassman08
08-28-2008, 11:02 AM
Announce a committment to Oil Explorattion, Nuclear power, and wind. Also Do what has to be done confront Iran, and Russia, with no promises on what may happen. Go and capture Osama bin Laden and kill his cronies.

DA Quality Lawn & YS
08-28-2008, 11:16 AM
He needs to anounce that on day one if elected, a 20% across the board cut to the federal budget. Then tell all govorment management types their jobs are depending on how well they implement the 20% cut.

Anyone wishing to keep their level of spending must first offset the 20% cut with other cuts.

Anounce he will not sign any legislation with any "pork" attached.

I like your thinking, but....Obama is a democrat which means lots of pork, programs (necessary or not) and above all, higher taxes. He scares me a bit, maybe not quite a much as hillary though.

GPDesign1
08-28-2008, 03:41 PM
What does he have to say to put to rest the questions? About Hillary? About his lack of experience? About his running mate and endorsers previously criticizing him? What will he have to say that will convince the American voters that he is capable?

Sean, Buddy... you're lookin' at this thing all wrong man! Democrats don't need to muddy-up the situation with facts... (facts are so, like 90's dude). :hammerhead:

You need to focus on how all of this makes you feel! Communism is gonna work this time... I can just feel it! Finally... we're gonna all be equal(LY SCREWED). Gonna stick it to the MAN.... er, wait, I am the man. Oh well, what-everrrrrr :dizzy:

I can hardly wait for Obama's coronation! It's gonna be FREE soy-milk sugar-free neopolitan ICE CREAM FOR EVERYBODY-EVERY DAY!!!! And rumor has it, NO HOMEWORK EVER on weekends!!!! :cool2::cool2::cool2:

gp

lawnman_scott
08-28-2008, 11:52 PM
Maybe you have been watching the last few days...maybe you haven't.

If you have been watching, you may have noticed that the Democratic Party is dealing with some issues. Tonight Presidential hopeful Obama will give his acceptance speech at Invesco Field.

What does he have to say to put to rest the questions? About Hillary? About his lack of experience? About his running mate and endorsers previously criticizing him? What will he have to say that will convince the American voters that he is capable?I havent watched. But back in 1980 George Bush sr called Reagans economic poicy voodoo economics.

It s all irrelevant anyway. The people who arent voting for him will make a big deal of it, those who are voting for it will ignore it. The people he has to convince are the ones who havent decided yet, and they will probably never even hear of any of this.

CustomKare
08-29-2008, 12:07 AM
He needs to come out and say "Low Ballers will be shot on site"

People......when you have your lawn service....STAY INSIDE! No need to chit chat.

Be mindful when planting......don't plant so close together in the middle of no where which causes excess trimming!

These are the true issues that need to be dealt with!!! Democrat or Republican:usflag:

Charles
08-29-2008, 07:08 AM
I hope he sends Iraq a huge Bill for "Services Rendered"--cash due upon receipt--50% late charge-- see ya, wouldn't want to be ya:waving: :usflag:

AI Inc
08-29-2008, 07:19 AM
Was watching the news hr last night and there was a black female reporter from the Chi sun times that made a real good point. 1/2 of Hillary voters were not Hillary supporters , they were anti Obama voters.He has no plan ( according to her ) on how he will deal with capturing their votes if it,s even possible.

garydale
08-29-2008, 10:22 AM
I think our two party system works reasonably well.

The problem is the so called independants one issue types.
They only want their issue dealt with and thereby waste their vote and gum up the whole process.

Pro-lifers
Pro-choicers
Animal rights people
Enviromental wackos
Anti-war peace nicks
Gay/lesbian
etc, etc, etc.

They would vote for a communist if he promised what they want with their one issue.

Not working within the two party system to gradually bring your issue up for concideration causes nothing to get done. Their issue dies and neither party has a big enough majority to pass lany meaniful legislation. IMO

grasswhacker
08-29-2008, 10:29 AM
Obama inspires only the ignorant,
Talks only in generalities, with no specifics
Understands not the unintended consequences of his socialistic goals
and will only fool those looking for government to meet their needs.

GPDesign1
08-29-2008, 04:15 PM
I think our two party system works reasonably well.

Not working within the two party system to gradually bring your issue up for concideration causes nothing to get done. Their issue dies and neither party has a big enough majority to pass any meaningful legislation. IMO

If I can respectfully interject; the "Party System", whether it be two partys or twenty, is the greatest reason our system is broken. The only values of a political "Party" are to limit public discourse to two general dogmas (of someone else's choosing and often irrelevent), insulate the decision makers from the "hoy-ploy" (US) and to provide a semi-anonymous clearinghouse for influence peddlers and corruption. The two Party System is not for our benefit- it's for the benefit of the ruling elite, exclusively. How else can you explain choosing John McCain or Barack Obama (out of three-hundred million poeple) as the two most capable of leading the free world? They're hand-picked lackeys. The both of 'em.

I would sincerely love to see the abolition of all political Partys. We don't elect a party; we elect the INDIVIDUAL. :usflag:

Good weekend Lawnsite!

gp

MileHigh
08-29-2008, 06:55 PM
I think it's stupid when Obama gets bashed for having little experience...He has more than Bill Clinton did and lets face it...Billy was the best ever.

Do you guys really want a war with Iran?...ALLIES WITH RUSSIA? Then vote for mccain, and all our kids futures will go down the drain along with his 72 year old life.

I don't know about all of you guys but I'm the definition of "middle class" and republicans don't help the middle class what-so-ever. So I'm on the other side..and voting for Barack.

dougmartin2003
09-03-2008, 12:48 AM
i say bring back bill clinton, sure he got some under the table, but who of us hasn't

Chopped27
11-02-2008, 11:53 PM
I like Obama . Peace Harmony and grass what else is there ?