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Wyoming, Illinios, and Louisiana primaries today

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by gunshow, Mar 8, 2008.

  1. gunshow

    gunshow member

    Jan 29, 2008
    It looks like Obama is spanking Hillary in the wyoming caucus so we're one step closer to being rid of her.

    As far as the Illinois and Louisiana primaries go, on the surface it looks like we have all "A" rated individuals who could win. I'm glad that lapdog Dennis Hastert retired, but the problem is the RINO who may win his seat today was hand picked by Hastert. Nra always rated Hastert as an "A" but that was just because he was powerful and not because he did anything pro 2nd amendment. GOA's rating of "C" was much more accurate. This causes me to doubt the nra's rating of Jim Oberweis http://www.nrapvf.org/ELECTIONS/State.aspx?y=2008&State=IL

    I think it's irresponsible of the nra to give "A" ratings to untested people. They should at LEAST start out with a maximum of a "B" rating until we see their ACTIONS.

    Here's nra's ratings for the Louisiana primary http://www.nrapvf.org/ELECTIONS/State.aspx?y=2008&State=LA

    Is there anyone here who lives in Illinois or Louisiana who has either voted OR who forgot there were primaries today?
  2. Bad Santa

    Bad Santa New Member

    Mar 11, 2008
    All the black people in Chicago will vote for Obama. Hillary is just too shrill to get the votes of a lot of men. She sounds like most guy's ex-wife nagging them. "Dress nicely when we go out to dinner this time, will you?" "Go take out the trash."

    But I don't know if McCAin has enugh chance to win.

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