Ha! Yes, this does sound oddly familiar! I read the first article and part of the second( WILL FINISH LATER). VERY interesting....
Yeah. I see the inconsistencies. But I do respect Biden for saying what he did at the end of the first article.
Yes, and I can respect that to, but all that is just campaign promises. What have they said that they are going to do that is going to change that? McCain is by far the more experienced foreign affairs agent, he is a former soldier and knows what goes on in war zones. He sw genocide while he was overseas and would know how to combat it better than Obama.
Wow, I'm sorry! I didn't mean to sound like I was attacking your political theory. I agree with what you're saying.
Some of the points mentioned in the second article did seem a bit over-biased to me...I certainly don't mean that I support Obama or anything. It really does frustrate me that He thinks he can just enter office, snap his fingers, and everything will click into place just right (for instance-the "environmental problems" in the world will simply disappear!). His speech had all kinds of promises to "whip the country into shape"(that is, when he finally decided to talk about something besides Bush and McCain) and not a single (realistic)word on how he would do it. And another thing....How can you (part way through the speech)say that you support abortion and gay rights, then at the end say "God bless America"???
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