If you could talk to U.S. voters, what would you say?
Sep 19, 2008 6:44 AM
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I Agree With lee, the worse is better then the worst. Obama seems young, bright-minded (he got a scholarship to Harvard) and up-to-date. I don’t like him, but I was really amazed when I read in the TIME the role of his mum in his life. I see the common saying “behind every successful man a women “and here is his mum. "Democracy is when 2 idiots over vote a genius “, so even if you made your mind based on logical deductions or after a good experience. It needs just two teenagers to over vote you :p P.S. Why other world peoples haven’t the right to vote to the US president? He is the world after all! hehehe
September 19, 2008
Welcome to 2008. Now jetison your homophobia, xenophobia, etc, and your provincial attitudes and arrogant, conceited nature, and embrace the world and your own people for their diversity. Then read up from various sources how each candidate feels about all the issues, not just one issue, regardless of their party (the candidates' or the voters').
September 19, 2008
Don't vote Obama. :P But then again, don't vote McCain either. They're both bad candidates so it doesn't really matter in the end anyway.
September 19, 2008
I sometimes think what this world could be like if G.W.BUSH was not the president... maybe still could be same... I say no justice in this world? No more killing and taking. One world, One dream but for only whom has power, others more tortures and taken. One big country has responsibility.We are at least free to speak our opinions. It is time for change.
September 19, 2008
2 words "WAKE UP!"
September 19, 2008
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