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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Republicans, please put America first

A majority of the Republicans are like you and I, capable of seeing another point of view, but the ones who run the party do not see the need to enlighten themselves, only God can help them. I am addressing to those principled Republicans in this essay, who are a majority. I am a Republican in my heart supporting Obama, the only hope for America. It is time for you, the good principled Republican senators, congressmen and women and all those committed to the principles of the party to wake up and rescue the party from being hijacked again by those extremists who want power devoid of republicanism. Continue

13 comments:

  1. Hello Mike,
    I agree with all what you're saying and I believe that only the election of an excellent ticket, such as Obama-Biden would re-establsih the supposed to be America's good reputation worldwide...
    M.Badouga

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  2. Tim Domagalski at 2:05pm October 11
    I just got a hateful email from somebody who got my name from a friend telling how Fox was going to expose Obama in a hatchet job sunday night TALK ABOUT GUILT BY ASSOCIATION!!!!---the same thing could be done with McCain and sarah!!!------The person ended this rant with--------GOD BLESS!!-I usually try to deal with political issues in a light ... Read Morehearted way, but this kind of thing really MAKES ME ANGRY

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  3. If we put America first, we must elect Mccain and Palin.

    Obama is a Muslim agent who will sell out the USA to international interests.

    Jack Stone

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  4. Dear Mike,

    Nice letter you wrote on the net. I agree with you totally.

    Keep it up, my friend. It is our nation to save.

    Ben

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  5. Mike,

    I am a McCain/Palin supporter. I am not for Government controlled Health Care and other things that Obam stands for. We all have a right to our opinion. Mine is to go with McCain/Plain and protect our military troops. I have family that have served in Iraq and they are strong fro McCain/Palin.

    Thanks

    Darla

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  6. Dear Mike:

    I agree with many of the things you say, however, I think you should do some serious research into Obama's history in Chicago, his Pakistani roomates from college and his campaign advisor who was born in Iraq. I'm from Chicago and moved to CA in 2001, however, all my friends and family are still there. I know he has been involved with men who are serving time for corruption. Birds of a feather?

    Does Obama believe in morality? No corruption? A brighter future? Perhaps...for himself. But for America...I really don't think so.

    I'm frightened to death about this election and feel that no matter how I vote, it will not help our country. Corruption or war? Inexperience on both sides. This country so divided and BLIND ON BOTH SIDES. If you want me to beileve the "truth" as you see it, then speak the "truth" for both sides.

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  7. Dear Mike:

    I agree with many of the things you say, however, I think you should do some serious research into Obama's history in Chicago, his Pakistani roomates from college and his campaign advisor who was born in Iraq. I'm from Chicago and moved to CA in 2001, however, all my friends and family are still there. I know he has been involved with men who are serving time for corruption. Birds of a feather?

    Does Obama believe in morality? No corruption? A brighter future? Perhaps...for himself. But for America...I really don't think so.

    I'm frightened to death about this election and feel that no matter how I vote, it will not help our country. Corruption or war? Inexperience on both sides. This country so divided and BLIND ON BOTH SIDES. If you want me to beileve the "truth" as you see it, then speak the "truth" for both sides.

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  8. Ann Marie GallagherOctober 12, 2008 at 6:07 PM

    We can't. The stakes in this election have never been higher. Imagine the erratic John McCain—or, worse yet, Sarah Palin—in charge of this economy. Frightening.

    AnnMarie Gallagher

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  9. Looks like you've swallowed Obama's empty rhetoric and meaningless words. This is rabid anti-republican sloganeering mixed with made-up quotes from Mother Teresa.

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  10. good stuff, Mike. As always, keeping the questions out there in front, asking people to look deeper . .. keep 'em coming!
    Namaste,
    Len

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  11. I could never vote for a Democrat. They believe in killing the most innocent of Ameicans, the building blocks of our future. This is a sin for which all America may have to pay unless real change is forthcoming...and I don't see that in Osama.

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  12. Thanks for the email. I am going for OBAMA.

    Put Obama in the white house. go "Obama".

    Kaiser Saifudin

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  13. Mike,

    Thanks for the note and yes I am very disappointed in the gutter politics. Americans really do want to know what each candidate will do for the future of our country. I am still very disappointed in the bail out to the government for the credit crisis. I agree we have become a society that is full of hate for one another, once again. I really can't take it anymore!!! I have Jewish friends that are terrified over the thought of a McCain/Palin Administration.

    I am voting for Obama!

    Regards,
    Jan

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