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Politics should be like this comment: ten words or less.
Stop Obama. No history to show and no future. High embition. Like it said I have a DREAM.
It's all BS
Politics is the hydrogen of human evolution.
Do not adjust your televison, Bush is still your president.
Not much without Hillary. No stickers, no signs, no donations.
Students who are slackers really can make a negative difference.
Determining the course of the country's future.
First WOMAN and first Black candidate fought and won the heart of the western world.
America back to its greatness in 2008!
Trying to decide which idiot will do the most harm
In 2000 Florida's election really changed this great country, unfortunately.
Things would have been different if Gore had been elected.
My small voice making a difference in the future for my children.
Our long national nightmare is almost over–vote Barack Obama.
Dear Raymond Duke,
Are you related to David Duke? Your words sound familiar.
A vote for change is a vote for Cynthia McKinney. Obama and McCain are alot more alike than anyone will ever admit! No more lies. No more war. Time to clean house.
My vote means squat, and politicians are corrupt.
Can you spell REVOLUTION!!
Solving today's issues, so they will be legends tomorrow.
Thanks Oprah for introducing Barack, he will make a difference.
POLITICS represents being increasingly proud of my party, Democratic!
What will be my daily bread.
My vote will put experience in the white house over change.
He soiled his father's name and the country, it's sad.
Don't vote; it only encourages them.
Reagan once said that Politics is the Second oldest known job, and said it was much like the first. I think that to be about right. Except the VOTING public are the ones getting the business of the deal.
Here is to HOPING for a better future. More of FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE.