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Who will win the Presidential Election?

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8y, 4w agoPosted 8 years, 4 weeks ago
Okay in my personal opinion I hope Obama gets to be President. America needs a good change and Obama can push that and enforce it and do a much better job then George Bush. Whats your opinion and view on both candidates?
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8y, 4w agoPosted 8 years, 4 weeks ago
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[mod]#1
I for one think that its going to be closer than what most think.
#2
magicjay1986
I for one think that its going to be closer than what most think.


Yeah im pretty surprised atm Mcain is leading for time being anyone think of a landslide?
#3
I want McCain to win, the ensuing chaos would be entertaining to say the least.
#4
I think the majority of the media and Britain have focused too much on Obama and I think this will be ALOT closer than people say
#5
McCain was always going to win that state...Obama should win but this is america we are talking about the 'democratic' capital of the world so anything is possible
#6
indeed when will the final polls be in? Need to pop out soon grab some breakfast :P
[mod]#7
Marky264
indeed when will the final polls be in? Need to pop out soon grab some breakfast :P


7amGMT.
[mod]#8
cbryanp
McCain was always going to win that state...Obama should win but this is america we are talking about the 'democratic' capital of the world so anything is possible


140m voters.
#9
magicjay1986
140m voters.


eh? :?
[mod]#10
cbryanp
eh? :?


I was backing up your post by saying 140million people are voting.
#11
if i were to ignore the superficial hoohah about obama being the 1st black president if he wins or mccain as the oldest or sarah palin the first female vice president ....

i'd go for obama. simply because he has something more to prove as a young serious president so he will want to do a good job. i see him as someone who is also interested in international relations, not insulating the US from the outside world and he has a charismatic presence that i havent seen since clinton left office.

unfortunately sad to say this, that makes him an obvious target for assasinations. kennedy was a catholic, and his family were irish immigrants and there were people not happy with anything out of the ordinary. i hope they give him a good bodyguard team!

they say more voters are coming out to vote - this to me, means both sides.
#12
It's hard to ignore the "hoohah" about Obama when the majority of media outlets are chucking it down your throat ;-).
#13
i noticed you only stated obama. i said for all 3 as just hoohah because they want to get more people voting and the press yes will make it an issue about race, or age or gender. if i voted personally i would vote based on the person and the commitment and record and what he/she can bring as a world leader. so i dont see all that hoohahs as serious enough issues.
#14
Game over for McCain.
#15
McCain being the oldest president elected wasn't highlighted often or at least I didn't notice it. I've rarely seen Biden mentioned at least towards the end of the campaign, don't get me started on Palin :lol:.
[mod]#16
PhearFactor
Game over for McCain.


I agree!!
#17
exactly kippy, Obama is a fresh new charismic Guy. He's interested into the rest of the world and not just america. What did everyone first say about Martin Lurther King? But that didnt end so well. I agree he will need a very good bodyguard team.

Update Florida Obama is leading 55% towards Mcain on 45%
#18
last poll closes alaska 6am GMT.

*wondering why we're still awake, OH sprawled on sofa watching update lol.
#19
http://www.rte.ie/news/features/uselection2008/images/but_obama.jpghttp://www.rte.ie/news/features/uselection2008/images/but_mccain.jpg

which is a nicer logo?
#20
lmao nice well here it's 11:11am :P
#21
u not at work?? or are you all having a party to watch the elections? weird but u never know with the aussies.
#22
When does Bush actually leave office? I doubt it's immediate...
#24
dcx_badass;3374272
Early next year, also


Yep, January 20th at mid-day (seems madness in this day and age - nearly three months away - what if some major event happens in the mean time?)
#25
dcx_badass
Cali, New york, florida and texas together hold 147 out of the 270 on their own so it could change.


McCain will be lucky to win 2 of the 4.
#26
McCain will win with 1 second left on the timer!
Hollywood stylie.
#27
David Dimbleby on BBC1 commentating is having a good time, it's almost like Terry Wogan on Eurovision!
Other people taking it seriously and he's funny with his one liners.
#28
kippy;3374365
David Dimbleby on BBC1 commentating is having a good time, it's almost like Terry Wogan on Eurovision!
Other people taking it seriously and he's funny with his one liners.


:giggle: I know what you mean.
#29
:lol: Heated arguments now, some angry republicans out there :giggle:
#30
it's over ... Obama winning.

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