Election Night. (in Off-topic)

Ernest-Scribbler November 3 2008 11:48 PM EST

With the US presidential election tomorrow, i am intrigued by the CB community. People may MSG me McCain or Obama and i will not discuss who said what. If i do in anyway i accept a ban, delete all my stuff being taken off me etc..... So vote and tomorrow night i will let you all know the results. Landslide, maybe. Also and vote for Mushu, OOB or any other irrelevant people will be ignored.


MissingNo November 3 2008 11:55 PM EST


AdminTitan [The Sky Forge] November 3 2008 11:55 PM EST

Is this an any age allowed vote?

BluBBen November 3 2008 11:56 PM EST


Eliteofdelete [Battle Royale] November 3 2008 11:57 PM EST

Ron Paul xD

Rawr November 3 2008 11:59 PM EST


Ernest-Scribbler November 4 2008 12:09 AM EST

Anyone may vote, of any age. You should PM me your votes, otherwise it influences would be voters.

Ernest-Scribbler November 4 2008 12:11 AM EST

I did not mention so, but Paul or Nader are viable candidates.

th00p November 4 2008 1:59 AM EST

Ron Paul.

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] November 4 2008 2:05 AM EST

Barely passing school (Graduating 894th out of 899) vs. Excelling at Harvard

I'll take Excelling at Harvard:


Zaekyr November 4 2008 4:03 AM EST

Ron Paul

PearsonTritonRaveshaw November 4 2008 4:33 AM EST

Obama has the brains to not run so late in life and risk dying before his term is up.

Adminedyit [Superheros] November 4 2008 5:23 AM EST

both candidates suck, i'm still looking to find the lesser of the 2 evils

Sickone November 4 2008 5:35 AM EST

5583 days old {Gaza} November 4 2008 9:02 AM EST

Sorry, Mushu ain't old enough to run for president, and the chance of US electing an 18 yo with alternate tendencies is remarkable small... on the other hand, i endorse the use of Mushu as the joke option... kinda like the libertarians...

[P]Mitt November 4 2008 9:22 AM EST

Gaza, you have to be 35, born in the US, and a permanent US resident for 14 years to run for president. Most people here don't fit the bill...

And I predict, if this is open to everyone (not 18+ age), that Obama will have a landslide - we all know he's popular with the youth.

InebriatedArsonist November 4 2008 9:27 AM EST

Three Libertarians and three Republicans received my vote today.

Colonel Custard November 4 2008 9:58 AM EST

"Obama has the brains to not run so late in life and risk dying before his term is up." McCain's run before; he's just never won, so he retains his eligibility.

Little Anthony November 4 2008 10:06 AM EST

extended to Wednesday?

{CB1} DeFiAnT [Jago] November 4 2008 10:08 AM EST

I want my money to stay in my own pocket....so McCain/Palin

Ernest-Scribbler November 4 2008 11:42 AM EST

I feel with a poll being put up, and people still posting there votes, that this is abandoned.

kevlar November 4 2008 1:21 PM EST

Democrat: Obama's grandma confirms Kenyan birth
'This has been a real sham he's pulled off for the last 20 months'
Go Demacratosocialists with Arabian money go

McCain for me.

Lord Bob November 4 2008 1:29 PM EST

"I want my money to stay in my own pocket....so McCain/Palin"

That's funny, I want MY money to stay in MY own pockets... so Obama/Biden.

Colonel Custard November 4 2008 3:28 PM EST

Sarah Palin's hot.

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] November 4 2008 3:44 PM EST

Your glasses are foggy...

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] November 4 2008 3:45 PM EST

perhaps in a dominatrix kinda way. i can see her now in her leather gear, with her whip, "ooh, you've been a very bad boy, you betcha!"

Lord Bob November 4 2008 3:46 PM EST

"Sarah Palin's hot."


smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] November 4 2008 4:35 PM EST

"Sarah Palin's hot."

Tina Fey as Sarah Palin is hotter, imho.

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] November 4 2008 4:53 PM EST

Tina Fey period...

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] November 4 2008 5:40 PM EST

Caribou Barbie was the best they had. Pity the Right.

Lord Bob November 4 2008 5:54 PM EST

"Tina Fey as Sarah Palin is hotter"


Little Anthony November 4 2008 11:24 PM EST

it's over.

A Lesser AR of 15 [Red Permanent Assurance] November 4 2008 11:31 PM EST

Want your freedom back? Come to the comrade side!

QBOddBird November 4 2008 11:33 PM EST

I am joining the comrades.

Little Anthony November 4 2008 11:36 PM EST

i still am with comradeship.

Eurynome Bartleby [Bartleby's] November 4 2008 11:38 PM EST

Strange feeling, to be watching from up north, as you guys write history...

Lord Bob November 4 2008 11:49 PM EST

Woohoo! We won!

QBRanger November 5 2008 9:42 AM EST

Yes Bob,

Getting ready for your welfare check?

QBsutekh137 November 5 2008 11:13 AM EST

Well, look who it is! Hi, Ranger!

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] November 5 2008 11:38 AM EST

I don't see this as a win, this is a beginning.
The race has started, just a little more than half of the US chose to pick the long shot for this race. We're behind at the moment, rounding off the end of a sharp right turn our wagon made. We're still headed for the cliff.

The president elect hasn't even taken hold of the reigns yet, winning is a long way from here.

A win would be a reduction in the power of the executive branch, followed by a strong move to restore our standing on the world stage.
No matter how isolationist you personally made be, I don't think anyone of us is happy with the image we've projected to the world since we squandered the sympathy caused by 9/11.

A WIN would be putting the rights of an individual above the rights of a corporation.

I'm as ignorant and confused as the next person about where our road will lead us. I believe doubt is key to living a good life. I don't know if the man in the drivers seat is going to take us closer to the finish line, but I hope so.

Mikel November 5 2008 6:51 PM EST

Hi Ranger!

I'm getting ready for Obama to pay my mortgage, lower my taxes, give me free health care and bring about a little world peace!!!

Eliteofdelete [Battle Royale] November 5 2008 7:02 PM EST

Wow Mikel...where is he going to get the money for all that o.O

Colonel Custard November 5 2008 7:21 PM EST

By crushing small business, of course.

And no, Tina Fey is not as hot as Sarah Palin. She's too sinewy. You can be skinny without having lines all over yourself.

Colonel Custard November 5 2008 7:51 PM EST

Not that she's bad-looking or anything.

Mikel November 5 2008 8:29 PM EST

"Wow Mikel...where is he going to get the money for all that o.O "

Same place he got all of his money to run his campaign, if rich people are so supportive of him, then I'm sure they won't mind giving up even more to him via taxes. I mean it is for the greater good of America right?

j'bob November 5 2008 8:46 PM EST

Exactly Mikel...
I live in Chicago and have already fended off many offers from OPRAH to pay off my house and monthly bills. I like taking care of myself out of pride.
But she's out there. Helping every deserving person in the Chicago land area... or is she just giving away Kindles? Hmm, now I don't remember.

(LOL before I get flamed by the big O brigade, it's HER money and she can do with it as she wishes.)
I just really would have liked a Kindle. I think I'm just bitter.
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