Out of all of the 2008 election candidates, only one stands out in my mind. Sen. Barack Obama
Bush keeps writing checks the American people can pay. Bush has no foreign policy, unless you consider strong arm tactics and constantly fighting everyone else just to get elected a policy.
No other candidate has a plan to pick up the pieces as effective as Obama's. The man who comes after the worst president in US history has to be more then just the average man.
Ethics is something that most politicians lack. Obama is the exception to that rule. Obama has been saying the same thing since day one. Other people are just now jumping on that bandwagon in order to get votes.
Obama: Intelegent, articulate, motivated, sensible, collected, and diplomatic.
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Jul 30, 07 at 11:02pm
The Dark Fiddler
We need better education funding. Did you hear about the guy that bashed Obamma for wanting to teach sex-ed to kindergarseners. Well, in his state, it's taught at pree-school!
Jul 10, 07 at 9:49pm
I wouldn't worry about actually researching the candidates for another couple of months yet, unless you live in Iowa. You'll save yourself some reading, the candidates will begin to dwindle considerably over the next six months.
Jul 10, 07 at 9:46pm
From what I can tell with the people I know, people seem to be pulling for Obama and even Romney. I'm actually going to be old enough to vote come next election, so I think it's high time I start doing my research on these guys.
Jul 10, 07 at 2:47am
Like it or not, John McCain is by far the most qualified candidate.
Jul 10, 07 at 12:09am
Gravel is great, I remember him at the debates. No one takes him seriously though as they feel he is too liberal. Stephen Colbert even says that he always says "something bat shit crazy."
Jul 09, 07 at 10:15am
I was reading about Mike Gravel today, and he's my new favorite candidate. It's a shame no one knows about him, because he is BY FAR the best Democratic candidate.
Jul 02, 07 at 9:37pm
Ron Paul is certainly a good candidate because he's going out and expressing what he believes and not simply catering to what his voters want to hear. It's killing him in the polls but it gives him the respect from the people who actually pay attention to the elections and seriously contemplate who they'll vote for.
I disagree with him on some issues, such as him wanting to get rid of most (if not all) federal responsibilities, but it is impossible to find a candidate you agree with completely.
If he gets nominated, though it's probably impossible, he'll get my vote.
Jul 02, 07 at 5:11pm
Ron Paul is the only Republican Candidate I respect. I disagree with him on many issues, but he is really the only candidate on either side not obsessed with partisan bullshit. Too bad he doesn't really have a chance at making President...
Jul 02, 07 at 5:06pm
Ron Paul, anybody?
Jun 23, 07 at 3:44pm
quote The Supreme Extreme
Mitt Romney FTW.
He is really the best choice. Give Obama a good 10 more years of experience, and maybe.
Romney barely did anything as a governor in MA except postion himself to run for President. Plus his only government experience was his two years as governor which he didnt really finish, before that he was just a buisnessman. Obama has had more govt. experience than Romney so why would he be the best choice?
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