How did McCain get the nomination.

Discussion in 'The Constitutional & RKBA Forum' started by GMFWoodchuck, Oct 28, 2008.

  1. GMFWoodchuck

    GMFWoodchuck New Member

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    Well, I have my doubts about the citizenship thing, but whatever, the democrat John McCain that Chuckie Schumer loves so much lost.

    And yes that's what I have read. I never went to a fact checking site though to verify it, but they always made the same vote on most of the issues and missed the same votes. I pointed that out to a few liberals. It didn't go well.The only thing I don't understand about these politicians managing to vote the same way all the time is that they never really vote very often anyway. Why come the same day as your opponent to cast the same exact vote. I don't know......
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    GMFWoodchuck New Member

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    I looked up their voting records. While It might not be 85% (Probably is if you count the non votes) they did vote strikingly similar. Here is one site of their voting records.

    http://www.thedailyreview.com/artic...0080928.a.pg6.tw28keyvotes_s1.1977375_loc.txt
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    The day a Federal Court declares Barak Obama ineligible to be President is a day that I'm not answering the phone. I would be afraid it was the Democrat National Committee calling to beg me to take the office. I think both events are about equally likely. As far as how McCain got the nomination, I'm not really sure but having won it I don't really think he wanted to win the general election, he didn't try very hard. My slogan, going forward is "No more Doles, no more McCains."
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    If McCain was born on a US military base in Panama, then he IS a US citizen because US military bases ARE indeed considered US soil, just as a US Embassy is. That is why foreign personnel are not allowed free access to US bases in foreign countries because the base is considered, by international law, to be US soil. It is also why foreign police officers have no jurisdiction in US Embassies. US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay is considered US soil because it is a US military base. I had a friend in junior high and high school who was born in Gitmo and he was a natural born US citizen. And as far as people born in the Panama Canal Zone, according to Title 8, Section 1403 USC, they are indeed US citizens as long as at least one of their parents are US citizens. That is federal law, thus making John McCain a natural born US citizen.
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    I highly doubt that any of the suits against Obama will even go to court. If it does, then it will raise all kinds of sticky questions about Obama's history, and just how much the Democratic Part, and indeed the GOP, knew about his background.

    That birth certificate is crap. It does not have enough info on it to be considered a legal birth certificate. I have mine and it has seals, signatures, and stamps on it from the State Regisrar of Louisiana. It also lists a lot more information that that fake POS. I remeber my sister's original birth certifate from Florida. It also has seals, signatures, and stamps. She had to get a new one to replace the lost original. It ALSO had official seals, signatures, and stamps. I know someone else that was born in 1961. They lost their original birth certificate years ago. They had to get a new copy from West Virginia. It ALSO had official seals, signatures, and stamps. Obama seems either unable or unwilling (I firmly believe it's the former) to produce a valid birth certificate. His grandmother said he was born in Kenya during a telephone interview. The rest of the family cuold be heard in the background telling her to be quiet. Not denying it, but telling her not to say it. I have a "foreign sounding" last name (it's Italian actually). If I were to run for public office, I would assume that someone might try to say I"m a foreign born citizen. I could produce a legally valid birth certificate from the State of Louisiana. Obama can't produce that which does not exist.

    Everytime I see that "birth certificate" I think of the "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" episode "In The Pale Moonlight" where the Romulan Senator Kreetak yells (well, hisses rather) "It's a FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE!!!!!!!" (Yes, I know. My nerdiness is showing:eek::p)
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    There once was a POTUS named Obama,
    Who was birthed in Kenya by his Momma,
    His certificate can't be found,
    We're getting the run around,
    Now we'll lose the U.S. because of this Drama.


    (Alternate ending: Too much dribbled down the leg of his Papa)
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    As we discuss the demise of our nation, and the dark evil that illegally reins over our highest office, we witness the birth of a poet. How droll.
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    Aw come on, I thought it was funny!!!!:D :D
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    Hehehe...very nice. And quite fitting also:D:D
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