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pinkreginbows pinkreginbows 7 years
i UNDERSTAND that alot of citizens want change but come on its not about color, its about who will run this country better! obama is young and niave! McCain had been there and done that! i mean yeah obama won and i support that! i believe and trust my fellow americans that they voted the right person! but i still wish mcCain won
bacon1 bacon1 7 years
Can I also say I am going to buy as many guns as I possibly can?? I'm worried Obama is going to tax guns! :(
bacon1 bacon1 7 years
I voted for McCain, and I am very sad and upset about Obama winning. I feel like many people voted without doing proper research. I feel that Obama does not have the experience necessary to run a country and I am hoping and praying that people (terrorists, etc.) will not test him and America. I worry for America's safety. Hopefully Obama is only in power for four years. I know many here will disagree, but this is my opinion. I am truely scared for America.
northofantastic northofantastic 7 years
Obama. He loves you and he loves your mama. I've got a lot of respect for McCain though.
the-makeup-blogette the-makeup-blogette 7 years
I am not a US citizen, but I would have Baracked the vote if I were one. Congrats on this historic win!
kastarte2 kastarte2 7 years
CG you are cracking me up today! :rotfl: I love it!
CarlyHP226685 CarlyHP226685 7 years
ranksubjugation: I agree with you! I did not vote. I am completely against both Obama and McCain and I would love to give that BI**H Palin a piece of my mind. She is a total disaster not to mention how cruel and hateful she is. I do like Biden a bit though. At least more than the other 3. I also liked ron paul and hillary clinton...since she knows what the job entails and her husband did an amazing job. But glad to see so many people were passionate about their candidates and i just hope that whoever wins does a great job fixing this country. ps. anybody who voted for bush for a second term shouldnt have been able to vote. And probably should have had their citizenship taken away.
siguros siguros 7 years
My dog and I do the Obama dance every morning.
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
I also apologize for being snarky. I just hope that people are voting on the issues and not on whether Obama is muslim or if McCain knows how many houses he has.
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
That first link is a link to a one liner from Luke (NOT the book of Revelations). Second link is 50 political things that Obama has said that have been proved false in some way shape or form (for perspective, that same website exists for McCain and every other potential president). I still do not see anything in the book of revelations. So the only connection Obama has to being the antichrist is one passage from Luke - which by the way - Luke and most of the other books of the Bible were written in Greek and not Hebrew so the word used of the devil is satanas and lightning is astrape. So only if you translate it to hebrew and skip some words to be "poetic" and slightly mispronounce one of the hebrew words - then and only then does a line about the devil sounds like Obama's full name. I got it now. Thankfully I didnt vote for him either. Phew. Also, if the antichrist is described as a man that is "charming and speaks false truths" all I can say is thankfully I am no longer on the dating scene :)
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 7 years
"Yes there is plenty of proof when it comes to religion." In what way? The beauty of religion, imo, is faith. Faith and proof are kind of mutually exclusive. In other words, if you have proof, you don't need faith. I know you didn't want to start something, but that doesn't mean that we can't respectfully discuss the issues that you brought up and ask for the evidence you are using to come to your conclusions.
cheytown cheytown 7 years
Well I never read the muslim descent or man in 40's I read a man that was charming, he would speak false truths and he would make people wear his sign and he would try to unite the world as one and he is the Antichrist that is what I have found and the symbol at the beginning of Obama's campaign bore the exact resemblence to the symbol described and his speeches, thats where i see the resemblences, there is two websites and I am saying yes it is probably very BIASED but there is some truths in there, if you have time check it out. I totally see where you are coming from Silly Girl, but I am not a hateful person or someone who lies, I have been very honest about stating that this is MY OPINION and of course people do not have to agree, but I also said I was originally for Obama, until I started seeing signs and hearing things in speeches. http://sollogs.com/news/satanbarack.html http://o.bamapost.com/Obama-50-Lies.htm
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
It was an urban ledgend that got spread around via email that stated that the anti-christ would be a man in his 40s of muslim descent, who would have massive appeal to people and would promise peace and hope.The problem is that first, the Book of Revelations never describes let alone mentiones the anti-christ. It does mention beasts - but they dont describe this so-called 40 year old man. The second problem is the religion of Islam hadnt been formed yet, so there was no such thing as a Muslim. This falsehood was discussed on major media and internet. Anyone spreading such information is hateful and lying. (I say this as someone who is not a huge fan of Obama so I am not jsut getting defensive).I would be open to hearing the comparisons that point to Obama having "too many similarities to what is supposed to be the AntiChrist in the Book of Revelations". I have not found any evidence like a reference to passages that support this.
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
It was an urban ledgend that got spread around via email that stated that the anti-christ would be a man in his 40s of muslim descent, who would have massive appeal to people and would promise peace and hope. The problem is that first, the Book of Revelations never describes let alone mentiones the anti-christ. It does mention beasts - but they dont describe this so-called 40 year old man. The second problem is the religion of Islam hadnt been formed yet, so there was no such thing as a Muslim. This falsehood was discussed on major media and internet. Anyone spreading such information is hateful and lying. (I say this as someone who is not a huge fan of Obama so I am not jsut getting defensive). I would be open to hearing the comparisons that point to Obama having "too many similarities to what is supposed to be the AntiChrist in the Book of Revelations". I have not found any evidence like a reference to passages that support this.
cheytown cheytown 7 years
I didn't recieve any chain mail, I actually had a Pastor in my family,(He Passed Away a couple weeks ago, but I trust and honor his interpretations and his views) and I based my decision on the book of Revelations. I actually didn't know there was a chain email going around.
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
I voted for Bob Barr and No on 8! I believe in a fiscally responsible government that is also socially tolerant. Also in response to the antichrist comment.... does it concern anyone else that people are making voting decisions based on a previously debunked email chain letter? Just google it.
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
I voted for Bob Barr and No on 8! I believe in a fiscally responsible government that is also socially tolerant. Also in response to the antichrist comment.... does it concern anyone else that people are making voting decisions based on a previously debunked email chain letter? Just google it.
cheytown cheytown 7 years
Thats not what I am questioning, what I am questioning is what makes him so sure, what makes it okay for him to say he is absolutley sure that Obama is not, there is too much supporting that Obama could be and too much supporting that Obama could not be! My other point is that I also stated that it was my opinion and I didn't want to start something, but you can not stand there and say hands down he is not because one pastor said so, there are many Pastors that disagree, thats why I said it was my opinion and if you read the others I also said I hoped that I was wrong, but only time will tell. So I take issue with you saying because hagee's opinion is that there is no chance, it is exactly that, he THINKS that there is no chance, but like I said only time will tell. I am not questioning what hagee said, but he should have said he thinks, and he never said God spoke to him and someone who is a televangelist like him, I'm sure if God had spoken to him, he would have announced it!*Yes there is plenty of proof when it comes to religion
cheytown cheytown 7 years
Thats not what I am questioning, what I am questioning is what makes him so sure, what makes it okay for him to say he is absolutley sure that Obama is not, there is too much supporting that Obama could be and too much supporting that Obama could not be! My other point is that I also stated that it was my opinion and I didn't want to start something, but you can not stand there and say hands down he is not because one pastor said so, there are many Pastors that disagree, thats why I said it was my opinion and if you read the others I also said I hoped that I was wrong, but only time will tell. So I take issue with you saying because hagee's opinion is that there is no chance, it is exactly that, he THINKS that there is no chance, but like I said only time will tell. I am not questioning what hagee said, but he should have said he thinks, and he never said God spoke to him and someone who is a televangelist like him, I'm sure if God had spoken to him, he would have announced it! *Yes there is plenty of proof when it comes to religion
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 7 years
"How can he be so sure? He can't there is no way of being 100% sure, unless God told him he wasn't! He has opinion but he can't say there is no chance, that would be a lie, because he has no way of actually proving that he is not"Proof isn't something that goes hand in hand with religion, is it? Each person has their own relationship with God and God may speak to people in different ways. I won't question that God has spoken to you. How can you question that God has spoken to Hagee?
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 7 years
"How can he be so sure? He can't there is no way of being 100% sure, unless God told him he wasn't! He has opinion but he can't say there is no chance, that would be a lie, because he has no way of actually proving that he is not" Proof isn't something that goes hand in hand with religion, is it? Each person has their own relationship with God and God may speak to people in different ways. I won't question that God has spoken to you. How can you question that God has spoken to Hagee?
girlA girlA 7 years
:ROTFL: CG!
girlA girlA 7 years
:ROTFL: CG!
Michelann Michelann 7 years
"We are in a deflationary environment"Rank, I think you're confused.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
Chey I am pretty sure the antichrist is in charge of programming on the disney channel.
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