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Old 10-08-2008, 10:15 AM   #16
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What's that smell?

Oh yeah, it's desperation......
There's a month to go.........it's an eternity in politics.

Obama has to be very careful, and not let up.
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There's a month to go.........it's an eternity in politics.

Obama has to be very careful, and not let up.


yes, indeed.
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I'm so glad to see Biden back on the campaign trail...the man's on fiyah.

27 days out I'm feeling cautiously optimistic...
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Biden's speech at the Tampa rally was awesome. I that man.
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Biden's speech at the Tampa rally was awesome. I that man.



He really had the passion going...and man did he call out McCain-Palin on their BS...or Malarky as he puts it. I loved his line about McCain seeing the presidency slipping from his grasp. He's fantastic. (I highly recommend his book Promises to Keep for anyone who has an interest in politics. It's funny and fascinating.)


I hope I get to see him again before Nov 4.
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He really had the passion going...and man did he call out McCain-Palin on their BS...or Malarky as he puts it. I loved his line about McCain seeing the presidency slipping from his grasp. He's fantastic. (I highly recommend his book Promises to Keep for anyone who has an interest in politics. It's funny and fascinating.)


I hope I get to see him again before Nov 4.
As Jason Sudeikis as Biden said on SNL last week, "You just got schooled Joe Biden style."

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OK it's empty, you can try sending me the PM again
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Last nights news had a story where a group of seniors were watching the debate, and asked to comment, they were saying McCain was too old....and they were really old.
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Last nights news had a story where a group of seniors were watching the debate, and asked to comment, they were saying McCain was too old....and they were really old.
My papa and grandma are older than McCain (he's 85, she's 77) and they both think he's too old. Granted, they're voting for Obama and have almost always voted Democrat, so they wouldn't be supporting any Republican candidate any way, but when people older than you think you're too old to be president, it's a little sad.
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Maybe being that age themselves, they're more realistic about the stamina that the job requires, and an older person's ability to perform the task, as well as the likelihood of health concerns/longevity being an issue.
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Maybe being that age themselves, they're more realistic about the stamina that the job requires, and an older person's ability to perform the task, as well as the likelihood of health concerns/longevity being an issue.
Look at photos of Bush back in 2000




and look at him now. You can
see the toll that the job takes on you.



In fact, it looks like Obama has aged considerably,





at least to me,
since he launched his presidential bid last year.
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Maybe being that age themselves, they're more realistic about the stamina that the job requires, and an older person's ability to perform the task, as well as the likelihood of health concerns/longevity being an issue.
I think you're right. And the thing is, my grandparents are both in excellent health. If you looked at both of them, you'd guess they were in their 60s. That comes from not smoking or drinking, I guess along with their healthy lifestyle in terms of nutrition and exercise. They both walk a couple miles every day and ride their bikes as well, even a stationary bike in their basement in the winter. My papa has had diabetes for over 20 years now, but he controls with diet and a pill and has more energy than people half his age. My grandma has never taken any medication in her life and is the same way. I would say they're both in better health than McCain, and I think they have a better perspective on an elderly person being able to handle a job as stressful as the presidency.
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Look at photos of Bush back in 2000




and look at him now. You can
see the toll that the job takes on you.



In fact, it looks like Obama has aged considerably,





at least to me,
since he launched his presidential bid last year.
Nice deep impression. I'm still trying to figure out how President Clinton looks younger now than he did in 2000.
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