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If a suitcase nuke went off, would you vote to re-elect Obama?

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akuma587 said:
Once again, biofuels =/ ethanol. Biofuels is much broader than just ethanol. We shouldn't use ethanol, I agree.

 

Agree, I'm not at all against biofuels but as they are developed now they are causing more problems than they are solving.  Using waste to produce fuel is a great idea and I fully support it but the only current application of this is with homebrew stills using cooking oils and such.  When you get into using waste products and portions of plant byproducts you are then susceptable to crop yield rates which could cause wild swings in supply and pricing.  It is still a viable option to use in conjunction with fossil fuels.  I guess the problem is how many new variables you are adding to the picture.



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Since when did biofuels become Obama's reelection in 2012? To everyone is is bs'ing and offtopic, u have been reported. Stay on topic and I might be nicer



halogamer1989 said:
Since when did biofuels become Obama's reelection in 2012? To everyone is is bs'ing and offtopic, u have been reported. Stay on topic and I might be nicer

Well, didn't all the neo-cons blame Clinton for 9/11?  I suspect there would be a lot of finger pointing back at Bush if it were to happen in the next year or 2.

Otherwise, it would depend on the response to the attack as to whether or not Obama would get my vote.

 



If we recovered from the recession in under a year, would you vote to re-elect Obama?

What's the point of speculating your own vote? I'm sure I'd give a much more accurate answer if/when such an event actually occurs.



whatever said:
halogamer1989 said:
Since when did biofuels become Obama's reelection in 2012? To everyone is is bs'ing and offtopic, u have been reported. Stay on topic and I might be nicer

Well, didn't all the neo-cons blame Clinton for 9/11?  I suspect there would be a lot of finger pointing back at Bush if it were to happen in the next year or 2.

Otherwise, it would depend on the response to the attack as to whether or not Obama would get my vote.

 

Well that is the nature of the game inside the Beltway.  Every prez is not perfect although this is a kind of screw up that could change the electorate.  (I worked at McCain HQ for months so I still have election yr terminology on the brain)

 



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Xeta said:

If we recovered from the recession in under a year, would you vote to re-elect Obama?

What's the point of speculating your own vote? I'm sure I'd give a much more accurate answer if/when such an event actually occurs.

 

No.

Point taken...



halogamer1989 said:
Xeta said:

If we recovered from the recession in under a year, would you vote to re-elect Obama?

What's the point of speculating your own vote? I'm sure I'd give a much more accurate answer if/when such an event actually occurs.

 

No.

Point taken...

Somehow I don't think anything would make you vote for Obama. Even if he was running against Palin...

 

 



 

 

im_sneaky said:
halogamer1989 said:
Xeta said:

If we recovered from the recession in under a year, would you vote to re-elect Obama?

What's the point of speculating your own vote? I'm sure I'd give a much more accurate answer if/when such an event actually occurs.

 

No.

Point taken...

Somehow I don't think anything would make you vote for Obama. Even if he was running against Palin...

 

 

^^ We have a winner folks!!!

 



i'd think you'd much rather vote for a box of rocks rather than obama.



Halogamer would probably be happy if a nuke went off in America if it meant the Republicans were able to regain power.



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