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  • amdmonkey35 amdmonkey35 Oct 2, 2008 11:55 PM Flag

    Obama set to take every Yankee State

    Only Indiana is still on mcCain's side and that will likely melt down and go to Obama soon.

    http://news.yahoo.com/election/2008/dashboard

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    • Don't take that serious. I bet for $1 that Obama would lose, just like AMD :)

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      • I will take that bet. HAAA HAAAA

        So you think all the polls, even the one from Fox News is biased against McCain?

        What if he ends up losing by more than 10%? Will you be in a state of shock.

        HAAA HAAA

        If AMD goes under in 2009, it will be a very good year for me and you.

        One man's pain can be another's joy when it comes to the markets.

        Obama and McCain are both alright with me. Both will keep taxes low and both will be faced with the worst recession since the 1930s.

        I simply think Obama will win.
        I do not love him or think he a savior.

        McCain did impress me by voting for the bailout even though the right wing of his own party are against it.

        Seriously, there needs to be a unity party this time as Lincoln did back in 1860.

        Lincoln put all his political rivals in his carbonate.
        if McCain wins he should put Hillary and Obama in the carbonate.
        Likewise, if Obama wins he should put McCain and Romney on his.

        Good luck to America.

        We have some difficult years ahead here I fear.

 
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