Another reason to vote for John McCain

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Actress Susan Sarandon has publicly stated that if John McCain is elected, she will leave the country. Well, if there were no other reason to vote for Senator McCain, that should be enough. He will win, Susan, so shut the door behind you when you leave. And please, take Tim with you.

Scott Finley

Augusta

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Nammy
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Nammy 09/18/08 - 03:54 am
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lol!!!

lol!!!

CH
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CH 09/18/08 - 04:26 am
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Good one, Scott. I remember

Good one, Scott. I remember in 2000, Alec Baldwin made the same statement if Bush was elected. I believe France would be his next home. Funny, he never got around to it. I guess he's waiting for someone to help him pack. Liberal Hollywood idiots, of which Susan Sarandon is a proud member, like to shoot their mouths off. But, when its time to actually go through with it, they come to their senses and see just how good this "terrible" country is. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said it best when he said that a nation's value is measured by how many are trying to get in, as opposed to how many are trying to get out!

factchecker
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factchecker 09/18/08 - 07:18 am
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You're right CH. These

You're right CH. These Hollywood types keep making threats of moving out of the country if the person they want elected is not. Their thoughts of self importance is astounding.

factchecker
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factchecker 09/18/08 - 07:47 am
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Get over it. Whether he was

Get over it. Whether he was or was not elected is not going to change things now. Quit whining.

HARLEY HOG
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HARLEY HOG 09/18/08 - 07:49 am
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He was Elected!!!! So get

He was Elected!!!! So get Over it.

christian134
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christian134 09/18/08 - 07:51 am
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ONly one thing to add to your

ONly one thing to add to your succinct letter Scott Finley, "Ask Barbara Streisand to leave right along with Susan"...

owensjef2
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owensjef2 09/18/08 - 08:30 am
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Why is this silly mess taking

Why is this silly mess taking up space in the paper.

factchecker
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factchecker 09/18/08 - 08:31 am
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well owens it could just be

well owens it could just be that the Chronicle tries to give every view a chance to be heard.

rbk
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rbk 09/18/08 - 08:40 am
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All of the liberal,

All of the liberal, unpatriotic Hollywood people that got rich in our country because idiots in our country idolize them, need to be kicked out to another country! I have absolutely no use for them.

owensjef2
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owensjef2 09/18/08 - 09:11 am
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I am sure there are better

I am sure there are better advocates for Sen. McCain than this.

angiesdad
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angiesdad 09/18/08 - 09:16 am
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rbk, would those be the same

rbk, would those be the same idiots who idolize palin? the dizzy idiot from wasilla?you better believe it retired army.james baker convinced the unsupreme court justices to wimp out,atleast 5 did,and we know about diebold in ohio.this is why many states won't allow those machines to be used in elections.i wonder what lap dog blair said about his country's rag that asked after the stolen 04 election, how could 62 million americans be so dumb?just read this paper lap dog,just read this paper,and you'll see why.

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GnipGnop 09/18/08 - 09:30 am
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Just so I understand. Popular

Just so I understand. Popular vote only counts if it's in favor of a democrat running against a republican? It doesn't count if it's democrat against democrat?

convertedsoutherner
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convertedsoutherner 09/18/08 - 09:35 am
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We can count on those that

We can count on those that have probably done very well while Bush has been POTUS, complaining as usual. Most of us have learned which posts to ignore, when we see who is posting. Guess it's time to change names again. Thank you again for your concern about our candidates. We are very proud and happy about McCain/Palin and will be voting for them to be POTUS and VP. Why don't hear the complainers telling us how proud they are of their candidates NOobama/NObiden.

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factchecker 09/18/08 - 09:47 am
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Obama is using scare tactics

Obama is using scare tactics that just aren't true. He says that McCain will outlaw abortion. Sorry but the POTUS doesn't make laws, Congress does that.

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donnymack 09/18/08 - 09:51 am
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Most of you know when to bury

Most of you know when to bury your head in the sand or worse yet where the sun don't shine. You always ignor valid points that aren't favoring the right. The only poster from the right that makes any sense is Miss Thomas and although I don't aree with her most of the time or the way she delivers mostly it is not done in an inciteful way. So go ahead converted call me a name so that you can make your point.

NoSocialism
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NoSocialism 09/18/08 - 09:52 am
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Spot on Scott.

Spot on Scott.

factchecker
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factchecker 09/18/08 - 09:57 am
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"Who Am I? I am under 45

"Who Am I? I am under 45 years of age. I love to fish. I love to hunt. I love to exercise. In general, I love the outdoors. I am a Republican Reformer. I have taken on the Republican Party Establishment. I have a large family, and I spend a lot of time with them. One of my sons served in the United States Army. I was selected on the national Republican ticket as an unexpected Vice Presidential nominee with less than two-years experience as the governor of a large state. Who am I? I am Theodore Roosevelt, Governor of New York, 01 January 1899 to 31 December 1900 and President of the United States.

patriciathomas
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patriciathomas 09/18/08 - 10:03 am
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A Silly LTE. Actors are

A Silly LTE. Actors are supposed to act involved and informed.

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jack234 09/18/08 - 10:04 am
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As an independent, I observed

As an independent, I observed McCain buying 5 pairs of flip-flops at walmart in the "government bail-out section" Now, have a blessed day.

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jillpeterson 09/18/08 - 10:13 am
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that's right,

that's right, Dontwantademocrat, congress does make laws. how does POTUS fit into the whole law thing? let's see... there was some chart in my jr high social studies book... doesn't the president appoint justices to the supreme court? doesn't the supreme court have something to do with deciding if laws are constitutional? and i think there was a famous one, roe v wade. that was a big one. well, since republicans have been fishing heavily in the fundamentalist christian votes pond, they've been promising to appoint justices who will overturn that one.
also, large states in terms of governing would mean large populations, not land mass. new york- big, alaska- tiny. good try. close. and roosevelt was an intellectual. he was a historian and had written some heavy books.

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imdstuf 09/18/08 - 10:18 am
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Yes, lets vote for a man

Yes, lets vote for a man whose economic adviser, Phil Graham, broke up regulation of the companies failing and causing the pain on walstreet now. The man who is so disconnected from the middle class that he thinks our pains are us jsut being whiney.

ZenoElia
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ZenoElia 09/18/08 - 10:22 am
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Typical Repukes bias from a

Typical Repukes bias from a known supporter of the far right, the Awguster Chronic.

jillpeterson
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jillpeterson 09/18/08 - 10:31 am
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republicans sure hate

republicans sure hate hollywood! except for reagan, a guy who stayed in hollywood instead joining the war. he couldn't leave his brilliant acting career like jimmy stewart did. what an american hero that hollywood guy is. oh, and schwartzenegger. he's a good one too. real good. real real good.

convertedsoutherner
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convertedsoutherner 09/18/08 - 10:38 am
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donny... No one needs to

donny... No one needs to call you a name. You and others continue to show just who/what you are. Thank you for your concern but we continue to think McCain/Palin will do a good job as POTUS/VP. We do understand that you aren't able to say anything positive about your candidates and continue to try to tear down others.

convertedsoutherner
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convertedsoutherner 09/18/08 - 10:51 am
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Yes, let's look at the Fannie

Yes, let's look at the Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac failure. Two of the economical advisors of barack hussein obama walked off with millions in payments in only 6 yrs. bama is the #2 beneficiary of donations (within only 3 yrs) and chris dodd is the #1 donation winner and both are dims. Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac should be investigated but the dim leaders of the congress will never allow it. But they will investigate baseball players. FM&FM was corrupt and everyone knows it. Just put the Congress (9% rating - lowest in history/dims in charge) and see what can happen with no control over them. And you want them to have another money pit with socialized health plan, also. Sit back and watch things crumble.

jonnybullet
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jonnybullet 09/18/08 - 10:55 am
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John McCain has flip-flopped

John McCain has flip-flopped more than a tuna on the deck of a troller and it seems that he is a Pathological liar judging by his economy is fundamentally strong comment and then changing the meaning of that statement to one that made no sense. Not only that,but Palin repeated the lie and all the right wing Automatons that are plugged into the boiler plate talking points net.followed mindlessly along. Listen to the lies from all speaking them and they sound identical you can't make a silk purse from a sows ear but they will sure tell you that you can and many will believe them and that is pathetic.

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curiousone 09/18/08 - 10:56 am
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One thing's for sure -- name

One thing's for sure -- name calling and finger pointing aren't going to solve anyone's problems. We need unity and teamwork, and a clear view of what is really best for the country to get things back on the right path. No more favoritism, elitism, racism, no more protecting the concerns of any one group. We need to remove barriers and put aside prejudices. We need the House, the Senate and the President to cooperate with one another with the best interests of all our citizens in mind and not be worried about promoting their individual parties' agendas. We need "In God We Trust" to mean something to our nation again. We need more common sense and less nonsense. Will it happen? I'm praying it will!

donnymack
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donnymack 09/18/08 - 11:02 am
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Let me tell you Obama does

Let me tell you Obama does support nuclear power,he will support offshore drilling to a point,he is not for teaching sex education to elementry students,all he was going for was to make sure that kids know when they are being touched wrongly.His economic plan which we know won't be anything close to reallity when he is elected is according to supposed independant watchdogs is far better than Mcains. Mcains economic plan which will never be activated would actually cost middle American income more. Foriegn Policy,you folks have come up with more lies than carter had little liver pills and by you folks I am talking about the heirarchy of the party. You folks think if we are against the war we are labeled UnAmerican even though we fought in a war we were against in the sixties. Obama may not be the best person for the job but I believe he will do more for our econimic lives and to promote better relations around the world. That is something we desperatly need unless you don't think so.

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Dan White 09/18/08 - 11:04 am
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Momentum has swung to McCain

Momentum has swung to McCain and Palin. Obama has completely abandoned GA after saying three months ago that GA was in play for the Democrats. Some judgment he shows!!! Those on the bottom of the ticket in GA, must be in total exasperation knowing GA will go overwhelmingly Republican again from the top of the ticket down to the local races! Moderate Dems like the Rothchild lady are jumping ship. She was a bigwig in the Dem party. I feel a Republican sweep coming in November across the nation. I think that the USA is going to give the Republicans another chance. This time, they better not blow up. They better drill here and drill now, clean up Wall Street and throw the rascals out, and win the war against terrorism.

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Dan White 09/18/08 - 11:05 am
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Maybe Jane Fonda, Barbara

Maybe Jane Fonda, Barbara Streisand, and Barbara Walters will go with her and take a slow boat to China and stay there!!!

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