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Submitted by SOS in Florida (United States), Jul 3, 2008 at 09:08

KTM, sorry to hear about your business. I agree with everything you have said...Especially about Duhbya... (accent on the DUH!) We were stuck with his brother Jeb(Jethro) but that;s another story... The current administration has done nothing for us job wise, immigration wise, nor peace wise. The Clinton administration gave all the jobs away, thanks to NAFTA.

It is time for an Boston Tea party dumping, and not of goods of the worthless money grubbing wastes that are in the senate, congress and all the pork fat in government. Lobbyists (aka bribberyists) should be outlawed. I mean when the rest of us struggle how many times have the elected idiocy voted themselves a RAISE? I am not talking just in the past 8 years either.

Big government needs to disappear, and term limits should be set on the congress and senate. 2 - 3 terms max (no more lifetime jobs) and if they want a raise it has to be set to a vote of the PEOPLE not voting to give it to themselves, DUH each one of us would vote ourselves a raise...

But KTM, the one thing we disagree with is the Obama, don't get me wrong I am not a rep. nor a dem. I have always been registered independent ( I personally think the two party system needs to disappear, we need more and better choices not just the 2 old tired parties choices). I do not favor either party, I think as intelligent human beings we can get away from race (that goes for color, heritage...) and quit thinking we need to be lead around by limited choices, hmm socialism.

I am not a McCain fan and its obvious I am against Obama because I think he is definately the wrong person and has the wrong ideas for this country. He talks a good talk but we've all heard good speakers before, actions speak louder than words and what he has voted on to me sucks. Before I could back him I want to hear unrehearsed talk, true debates where no grandstanding and cliches are allowed.

I want to see him have more years of senate voting if the few votes he has been involved in are flukes. He doesn't have the expereince I believe he needs to step into the position yet. He needs to prove that he was actually asleep when his racist preacher was pumping out the hatred against America, & white people. This is still a point NO ONE on here will give me a good anwer on. Why did he attend this man's sermons for 20 YEARS?? And if you want to say he didn't know about this and had never heard it. If that is true he is too stoopid to even tie his own shoes let alone guide this country!!!

Obama obviously agrees that 9/11 was due this country, his preacher sure screamed that point enough, that aids was something the white man did to kill off the blacks (funny I think gays thought the government did it because of them, conspiracies all over). Please KTM, I would love to hear you or anyone address the 20 years of following the preachers he has and how you think that rhetoric is good for this country?

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