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Powell Endorses Obama

October 19th, 2008 | by Steve O |

How long will it take the McCain campaign to point out Powell is black?

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  1. 5 Responses to “Powell Endorses Obama”

  2. By steve on Oct 19, 2008 | Reply

    Someone is angling to be Obama’s secretary of defense…

  3. By Windspike on Oct 19, 2008 | Reply

    Steve, is that so wrong? He might actually make a very good Secretary of Defense. We know George Bush thought so. Did you even bother to listen to Powell’s discussion about his decision? Sounds rationale to me, and really, an important set of sentences about the tenor of the whole McSame campagn.

  4. By Independent Mind on Oct 20, 2008 | Reply

    I have a lot of respect for General Powell. In fact, I thought McCain would have done well having him as his running mate, and I expressed that thought on another thread. If I remember correctly, you liberals expressed deep hatred for the retired General. I’m surprised you all have accepted the endorsement of someone you thought was a baby killer and a race traitor. Politics makes strange bedfellows indeed…

    Though General Powell makes an intelligent and well thought out argument in favor of NObama, I disagree with him on the issue of the economy and McCain’s actions, and more importantly NObama’s inaction, to the situation. McCain showed me he was willing to put his personal ambitions aside and work towards helping the American people. NObama, on the other hand, stood by and watched others take action to correct the problem. I don’t want a President that sits by and does nothing while the crisis is going on, I want the President to take action to deal with the problem. I’ve said it before, I’d rather have the person run head first into the burning building in an effort to save my life, than the person who stays calm and cool but watches me burn in the fire and does nothing!

    There are more issues in this campaign than the economy and the war. Both are huge issues, but they aren’t the only ones. I believe that NObama is a socialist at best, a communist at worst. If he gets in there, more of our individual freedoms will be taken away, especially if the Dems keep control of the Congress. You could say I’m one of those guys that clings to his guns and religion. I also like keeping more of what I make and I don’t trust NObama to keep his hands out of my pockets.

    Thank you for your intelligent and articulate presentation, General Powell, but I am still leaning towards John McCain. As an Independent, I will not lock in my vote until I actually punch the ballot, so there is still time for McCain to really step on his crank, but I’m leaning towards him right now.

  5. By Jet Netwal on Oct 20, 2008 | Reply

    IM, you saw Powell characterized as a baby killer and a race traitor on this site?

    I call bull.

  6. By Chris Radulich on Oct 20, 2008 | Reply

    If he gets in there, more of our individual freedoms will be taken away, especially if the Dems keep control of the Congress. You could say I’m one of those guys that clings to his guns and religion.

    Apparently the no warrant monitoring of calls, the unlawful suspension of Habeas Corpus, kidnapping and torture of people, and the rush to interfere with people lives ( Terry Shrivo) escaped his notice. I guess he was to into the bible to keep track of the real world.

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