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Colon , no suprise just part of Obama plan!

Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by CONSERVERATIVETOO, Oct 19, 2008.

  1. CONSERVERATIVETOO

    CONSERVERATIVETOO New Member

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    Colon Powell endorsing Barack Hussien Obama is NOT a surprise This was an agreed upon game plan between COLON and Hussien.Remember , Barack hated the Iraq War blaming George Bush. BUT , who was the OFFICIAL salesman from the BUSH administration that went to the U.N. and testified that IRAQ did have WMD, was EVIL, needed to be taken down?? That person was COLON (not colin) but COLON , best describes his lying nature.
    Not all people of color are liars and snakes but Colon certainly is!! I think COLON belongs with Barack HUSSIEN Obama they have so much in common!
    The DEFEAT of OBAMA will stop the SOCIALIST / MARXIST from taking over our Government . I know OBAMA promises YOU EVERYTHING , like the SNAKE in the Garden of Evil , He will cost you dearly .No , America is not a PERFECT Nation but AMERICA is not so bad that we need Socialist / Marxist pitting Americans against Americans with a CLASS WARFARE Agenda being offered by Barack Hussien Obama!! THINK!!! - Then VOTE - if YOU THINK , AMERICA will SURVIVE!!
     
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    I always thought he was a nice guy, it is sort of stupid that he endorses the guy who says what he himself did was wrong and if he is endorsing him then he must agree Obama thinks it was bad judgement to go to Iraq so therefore Powell has bad judgement and if he does why are we listening to his endorsement in the first place?
     
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    CONSERVERATIVETOO New Member

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    Very , Very , wise thinking!!!!
     
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    Pandora Well-Known Member

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    Thanks :)

    But only poeple who are not brainwashed will see it :) I see you have not tasted the kool aid
     
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    No, he's just tasted a large batch of immaturity...notice the way Powell's first name is purposely misspelled?
     
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    You mean like McBush, McSame etc? :rolleyes:

    Yeah, you certainly are the authority on being immature.
     
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    I did not notice the spelling. But I am a TERRIBLE speller so I dont usually notice those things.


    I just got back from my daughters soccer game and while there since I am not a soccer fan, I thought about his endorsement and I got kind of mad.
    I did not lose anyone in this war but I have friends who have.

    Mr Powell was the one who talked most of us into going, it was him that went to the UN and gave the compelling case, and now he says the war was a mistake and Obama had this jugement all along.

    So all those men died for nothing? for Powells admitted mistake?

    If I were a mother who had a son die I would be so angry at Powell now. It was him that convinced me the war was the right thing to do, it was not Bush or any one else.. It was powell, and now he says he was wrong but without even an "I am sorry" to those parents and wifes and children who lost someone?

    I am a bit fustrated now
     
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    Ah good point,

    now that spelling I notice :)
     
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    Sorry you two, but I see a big difference in referring to McCain by a name meant to highlight his connection to our current president and the OP's intentional altering of Powell's name into a tube for solid wastes.
     
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    Going by the spelling in the member name, I am not convinced it was even intentional.
     
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    Simply because of the line "That person was COLON (not colin) but COLON , best describes his lying nature" in the original post, I must agree with Popeye (yikes!) that it is fully intentional.

    But as GenSen pointed out, this is not at all unlike some of the things the Libs say consistently about Bush, Cheney, McCain, Palin, or any Republicans and/or Conservatives.
     
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    Haha I did not even see that line. I apologize to all involved.
     
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    Going back to the days prior to Bush appointing him as Sec. of State, there was quite a bit of consternation in Conservative circles about Bush's desire to bridge the partisan gap, keeping members of the Clinton administration in their existing positions and actually appointing some Democrats to others. Gen. Powell was one of those we fully knew was a RINO.

    Having shown his leftward leanings even prior to the Clinton era, Hilary indicated last year that she would probably have a place for him in her administration if elected.

    Interestingly, here is a very insightful piece from the liberal/progressive perspective by Christopher Hitchins. The article is actually more compelling than most "news" reporting, drawing largely from historical fact instead of commentary. He has his assessments, and those can be taken as his opinion, but the facts detailed are undeniable.

    Amidst the current "Joe the Plumber" frenzy on both sides, this is a very timely distraction. And it has been long expected by nearly, even if Powell himself regrets having to "disappoint Sen. McCain."

    Ironically, there was a lot of discussion all over the spectrum of the possibility and pros & cons of a McCain/Powell ticket. Those against it were mixture of those who thought two military types would be a bit much, and those that stated openly that he was even further left than McCain, and would do nothing to add some conservative balance.
     
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    Forty lashes on you! ;) NO problem, I can see how you could miss it... It's that forest-and-the-trees thing, don't ya know?
     
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    This is a big thing for blacks, to elect their first black U.S. President. All blacks are going to Unite to see this happen, regardless of their party...

    What surprises me today in his interview is that Powell said that he's been following Obama during the past 2 year and has seen how he has matured... hmmm? This got me scratching my head... Obama hasn't accomplished anything in the past 2 to 3 years, other than having the Democratic nomination handed on a silver platter by Pelosi and the DNC.
     
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