[FoRK] "Super Tuesday" only "semi-great," Texans claim

Adam L Beberg <beberg at mithral.com> on Wed Feb 6 13:13:16 PST 2008

Stephen D. Williams wrote on 2/6/2008 9:54 AM:
> I think he is too young for that.
> And he thinks for himself apparently.  And he's capable of it.  (Sad 
> that I have to add that qualifier.)

Bullshit. Obama and Clinton vote almost identically, both take money 
from the same big companies, and are both the usual rich white men, so 
nothing will change.

McCain can kick Clinton's ass in an election because every republican in 
the country 18-110 will run/walk/crawl/claw their way to the pools in 
November to vote against Clinton. Obama can beat McCain because everyone 
is basically OK with him since he won't change anything. So the Dems 
have the obvious choice to make there. Wall street is happy with any of 
them, and if any tax schenanigans get pulled (like making the rich or 
companies pay taxes), rich people are mobile and ready to bug out. The 
big investing gurus are already telling the rich to stockpile food, 
supplies, and weapons as well as owning property elsewhere in their 

Ron Paul is the only one left in the election that doesn't have his head 
up the corporate ass, or understands international issues, or the 
economy, or the constitution, but he's not doing so great.

The American economy is done (OK too obvious), looks like America is 
going to follow (not obvious to everyone yet).

Adam L. Beberg

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