March 30th, 2012 - Thomas-838135 said:
Thank God that the majority of Amricans were intelligent enough to elect the scholarly Nobel Peace Prize recipient Barack Obama as the president of this great country. Mc Cain was basically no different than Bush and everyone knows that this country was so close to going into the deepest depression that anyone could have ever imagined. I just hope and pray that God continues to protect the 99% of Americans and opens the eyes of those Americans that want to struggle to provide for their family and enjoy life simply to protect the interest of the 1%. And to those who told me that they would vote for anyone except a black man, I pray for all of you to get over your bigotry and recognize that genious comes in all colors. Scholastically, Obama is the highest achiever of any president that this country or any country has ever had!!!
December 20th, 2011 - John-609538 said:
isnt this a bit old? Ill only vote republican if its Ron Paul, the rest of them are clowns with too many skeletons in the closet... sorry I dont like hypocrits. Obama isnt that great either... Ill probably vote for a 3rd party candidate this next time around.
October 22nd, 2010 - Corinna-623958 said:
And how are those democrats working out for you Karin? The only good thing that came out of Obama winning the election is that now the democrats and some of the republicans have finally shown their true colors and now the American people are waking up. And one more thing; how are republicans the Nazis? The nazis were for bog government and a nannystate which is what the democrats are calling for. Also the Nazis hated religion. Isn't it the democrats who are making fun of us practicing Christians?
April 23rd, 2008 - Manuel-145561 said:
I think honestly that John McCain is too pro-Israel. People should ask this question: Are you going to lead us to a war against Iran? because it seems that's "his" goal (read between lines :that's the will of the Jewish Lobby behind McCain). I don't like Obama nor Clinton neither. No candidate is a good candidate for us, catholics...
April 9th, 2008 - Stephanie-302804 said:
The problem with not voting for John McCain is that the next president very well could have the opportunity to appoint new judges to the Supreme Court. Since John McCain would be inclined to appoint pro-life justices, not voting for him in November and letting Obama win would postpone the overturning of Roe v. Wade much much longer. It's time for Roe v. Wade to be overturned, so we should all get behind McCain (while holding our noses if we have to) and make sure he gets elected in November.
March 8th, 2008 - George-166509 said:
Blake, it is true that an incremental approach to making abortion illegal is better than no approach at all, and it also true that politics is the art of the possible, but what I fear is that McClain doesn't give a hoot about unborn children, that he talks the prolife talk because he knows that no Republican can get nominated for President without doing so. What I fear is that he will forget his promises and appoint people like Ginsburg and Breyer to the courts, like the first George Bush. Actually, I hope you'll convince me otherwise, because I really don't want to vote for Obama or Clinton.
March 7th, 2008 - Michael-308675 said:
Mary 182858, this is the way I see it. McCain has been against abortion in the Senate, and has said he would appoint justices to the Supreme Court who respect the Constitution. Obama has a pro-abortion record in the Senate, and believes that killing unborn children is a constitutional right. McCain also supported liberating Iraq and removing a serial killer President who was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people- in his own country. So the differences between McCain and Obama are clear.
March 7th, 2008 - George-166509 said:
We have a true Hobson's choice here---the baby killer Obama versus the war-mongerer McClain. I'm tempted to reason this way--McClain, like all "moderate" Republicans will probably do nothing to stop abortion except give the pro-life movement lip service, whereas Obama really will end our murderous immoral invasion of Iraq. However, we need to keep in mind that although Republican presidents in the recent past have done very little to stop the abortion plague, they have at least done one thing--they have (sometimes) tended to appoint more prolife-leaning judges to the federal courts. So I'm still undecided. If it turns out to be Hillary vs. McClain, I guess I'll have to vote for McClain. Hillary voted in favor of this Naziesque invasion.
March 4th, 2008 - Paul-183066 said:
Ron Paul is a libertarian whose foreign policy is an unrealistic as Obamas and goes back to pre-WWI Wilsonian politics which eventually shipwrecked on the rocks of reality when the US was finally forced into WWI. Paul may have a tough enough time today holding onto his TX District 14 congressional seat as conservative Republican Chris Peden is giving him a serious challenge.
March 3rd, 2008 - Robert-3483 said:
If looking for a pro-lifer, why isn't Doctor Ron Paul, who has delivered some thousand babies in his lifetime, even mentioned? Even his name sounds like John Paul. Catholics should be used to looking outside secular media sources for information, but the lack of exposure for Ron Paul even among catholics is a bit daunting. I guess I should post about it in the forums.
March 3rd, 2008 - Dave-319619 said:
Matthew's comment above is right on the mark. The presidency and the executive and judicial branches must be reigned in by following and adhering to the Constitution. Congress (who only has the right to declare war) hasn't declared since WWII. The next terrorist attack (it will come)will be caused by lax immigration policies, and will be used as a pretext to curtail even more of our freedoms. Those working for the downfall of America will not have to work very hard. We will do it ourselves...
March 1st, 2008 - Marianne-152437 said:
All though McCain is not my "perfect" choice such a high office, Obama and/or Clinton believe in removing personal responsibility and having government do that for every man, woman and child. No, we don't need to extend a hand to others when the government will do it for us, whether we like it or not. My vote will be for McCain, but he will be in a fight if Obama gets the Democratic party vote over Hillary. Hang onto the pocket books if the Democrats win!
March 1st, 2008 - Paul-183066 said:
Yes Alberto tell me how a high tax socialist is going to fix an economy that is teetering on recession and tell me how by reaching an olive branch out to those who are sworn to kill you by their religion no matter what is going to induce them to stop? Practical pragmatic answers backed up by historical and factual data only. Nonsense and emotionalism does not count.
February 28th, 2008 - Joseph-294219 said:
Obama is all about image! Consider I Samuel 16:7:
"Do not judge from his appearance or from his lofty stature, because I have rejected him. Not as man sees does God see, because man sees the appearance but the LORD looks into the heart."
As for McCain, I refer you to Genesis 5:25-27.
February 26th, 2008 - Paul-183066 said:
I am voting for McCain in spite of some of my reservations. Thompson was my first choice. Obama or Hillary are the favorites of radical lefties. Obama's ties to Farrakhan and Islam are ominous and dangerous. And Hillary is a Marxist. Eight years of Dogpatch 2 was enough.
February 26th, 2008 - Stephanie-302804 said:
Donald- you're right, but unfortunately history has shown that third party candidates rarely are elected into office. And never has a third part candidate been elected for president. So really, to vote for one that has no chance of winning is in essence voting for the pro-abort by taking away votes from the semi-pro-lifer.