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A Conservative At the Indiana Obama Rally.
« on: October 19, 2008, 02:23:41 pm »
I know Rob from a writer's forum.  This is HILARIOUS.

http://athanasius16.wordpress.com/2008/10/16/obama-indianapolis-rally-2008as-i-remember-it/

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9:20 a.m. I poll my first Obamite:
 

 

Me:  So why are you voting for Obama?

Obamite 1:  Because, you know, he's for changing things.

Me:  Like what?

Obamite 1:  You know, those things...like the people in Washington and on Wall Street.

Me:  Excuse me.  Who?

Obamite 1:  Wait, I don't think you're a true believer!

Me:  Look!  It's Evan Bayh!  (I run to the back of the line)
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    Re: A Conservative At the Indiana Obama Rally.
    « Reply #1 on: October 19, 2008, 06:29:50 pm »
    Yes, that was indeed funny... if it wasn't so unbelievably scary I'd have laughed at it.   The religeious zealotry that Obama generates creeps me out more than clowns and former child actors.
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    Re: A Conservative At the Indiana Obama Rally.
    « Reply #2 on: October 19, 2008, 08:21:08 pm »
    Yes, that was indeed funny... if it wasn't so unbelievably scary I'd have laughed at it.   The religeious zealotry that Obama generates creeps me out more than clowns and former child actors.
    Former child actors...AAAHHHHHH....don't scare me like that dude. I agree with you whole heartedly. Did you guys hear that speach (that some how just came to be known) that refers to Obama as the Messiah. I tell you the whole thing scares the crap out of me on biblical proportions.

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    Re: A Conservative At the Indiana Obama Rally.
    « Reply #3 on: October 19, 2008, 08:23:26 pm »
    Classic and scary.  No question.  But usually that's what happens.

    Change WHAT exactly?  Almost always followed by a blank stare, and possibly mumbling in response.
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    Re: A Conservative At the Indiana Obama Rally.
    « Reply #4 on: October 20, 2008, 02:36:37 am »
    I actually had friends ask me why I won't (didn't) vote for Obama, and one reason I stated was that he's a clear cut socialist. They didn't give me blank stares, they reacted with feigned confusion and acted like that was the most preposterous thing they'd ever heard. While having a similar discussion over Sarah Palin's qualifications, I said, "She's a state governor, just like Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and plenty of others. How are her qualifications somehow less?" Again, I was met with "That doesn't make any sense!" They were almost offended that I would have any objection to the chosen one and I hadn't jumped on the media's trash Palin bandwagon. I really believe that they think I'm some moron who has to compare my voter card to the ballot to make sure I vote for the right party. I know better.
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