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Old 22-08-08, 05:49 PM   #1
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Default looks like Obama will not pick da bitch Hillery as VP

Thank god.

Have I EVER MENTIONED HOW MUCH I DIS-LIKE HER here?

She is a power hungry egotistical, dried out twat.

Put it this way...
would U marry her?


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Old 23-08-08, 11:48 AM   #2
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I wouldnt fuck her with Bill's 'otherwise engaged' dick


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Old 24-08-08, 03:11 PM   #3
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Not only does he not want her, she will never settle for a second place handout.

Actually, I don't really like any of them.
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Old 24-08-08, 04:17 PM   #4
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FFS is it that much better that he chose this RIAA loving Zionist?
http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-10...=2547-1_3-0-20
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Old 24-08-08, 06:02 PM   #5
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FFS is it that much better that he chose this RIAA loving Zionist?
http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-10...=2547-1_3-0-20


Zionist?

Does that mean he loves Zions?
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Old 24-08-08, 10:21 PM   #6
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i guess you could say that..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAZmO80dLfE
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Old 25-08-08, 05:33 PM   #7
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VP Candidate Biden Is No Friend to File Sharing, Net Neutrality Protection or Online Privacy

  • • He asked Congress to spend $1 billion to monitor peer-to-peer activity. (In fairness, much of this is to prevent child pornography, but the tactic is apparently a little blunt.)

    • Two Biden bills have been explicitly anti-encryption, because you know, encryption makes it hard for the FBI to read people's e-mails.

    • He has expressed support for internet taxes and internet filtering in schools and libraries.

    • The RIAA seems to be one of his best buddies: Biden sponsored a bill that would restrict recording of songs from satellite and net radio, and another one that would make it a felony to "trick" a computer into playing back unauthorized songs or running bootlegged videogames. That latter one died when Verizon, Microsoft, Apple, eBay and Yahoo all argued against it.

    • Biden was one of just four senators invited to attend a celebration of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act hosted by the MPAA's Jack Valenti and the RIAA's Hillary Rosen, two of American file-sharer's most wanted.

    • When he was asked in 2006 about proposing net-neutrality laws, he said there was no need, since any bit-filtering violations would provoke such a huge public ruckus they'd have to hold congressional hearings anyway--and they'd be standing-room only

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A fucking corporate tool of the worst kind... :/
when this guy gets in , the internet will be FUBAR within a year.

I really wished Obama all the luck in the world until this idiotic decision ,in the end everybody will probably wish he had of picked Hillary.
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Old 26-08-08, 03:58 AM   #8
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If this doesn't tell you what you need to know:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vd8qY6myrrE


Then this will:

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Obama promises Net Neutrality and e-democracy
The Dominion Post | Monday, 25 August 2008


US presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama have released their technology policies, differing on whether "Net neutrality" rules should be imposed on telecommunications companies and on the breadth of their aspirations for the American public.

Mr Obama said Net neutrality rules – which would prevent telcos giving priority to certain types of Internet traffic over others – were needed to ensure freedom of expression on the Internet and to prevent "a two-tier Internet in which websites with the best relationships with network providers can get the fastest access to consumers".

The debate over Net neutrality has international implications, pitting the economic interests of telcos against those of media companies and other website owners. Concerns over telcos' behaviour came to the fore this year, when Comcast, a large Internet service provider, was accused of "throttling" peer-to-peer traffic, such as video sharing services, on its network.

Mr McCain said he did not believe in "prescriptive regulation like 'Net neutrality"' but rather believed "an open marketplace with a variety of consumer choices is the best deterrent against unfair practices".

Mr Obama's policy, which was better received by Internet commentators in the US, was the more adventurous – flagging new experiments in e-democracy and promising to open-up government decision- making using "blogs, wikis and social networking tools".

The public would have an opportunity to read and comment online on all non-emergency legislation for five days before it was signed into law and Cabinet officials would have to hold "periodic online town hall meetings" to answer questions and discuss issues.

Both candidates fretted over the state of broadband in the US. "As a country, we have ensured that every American has access to a telephone service and electricity, regardless of economic status, and Obama will do likewise for broadband Internet access," Mr Obama said.

He promised to change the Universal Service Fund – the US equivalent of the Telecommunications Service Obligation – to support "affordable broadband, with a specific focus on reaching previously unserved communities".

Mr McCain also promised to "pursue high-speed Internet access for all Americans", but by sponsoring a "Community Broadband Bill" that would let local governments build infrastructure in competition to private providers. He said he would also support government-backed loans or low-interest bonds to help provide services in "under-served areas where the market is not working".

While Mr Obama opened his technology policy statement with an inspirational quote: "Let us be the generation that reshapes our economy to compete in the digital age", Mr McCain's policy document only moved off taxation on page two.


Both candidates backed a reform of the patent system and talked up the importance of science education, Mr McCain noting that the number of computer science graduates had halved during the past eight years.

One Kiwi company that could stand to gain from an Obama presidency is Auckland's Orion Health, which develops software to help healthcare providers manage clinical records. It has just committed $9.6 million to a software development project aimed at achieving its goal of becoming, within the next few years, New Zealand's first software company with revenues of more than $100 million.

Mr Obama promised to spend US$50 billion over five years "to move the US healthcare system to broad adoption of standards-based electronic health information, including electronic health records" – music to Orion's ears.
Emphasis mine. McCain is dangerous as he doesn't know anything about computers or the internet and so will listen to whatever he's told on the subject. Like most subjects he would encounter as President.

Would McCain get in the White House he would be a bigger tool than Bush, and that is saying a lot.


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Old 26-08-08, 04:37 AM   #9
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Back on topic; I see Hillary supporters crying that Obama hasn't "repaid" her loans to herself of millions of dollars to finance her campaign against him. How warped and greedy do you have to be to expect that from your opponent? -'Give me the money I spent fighting you'-from the donations of people who preferred him over her.

Don't pay and you lose some votes from the Hillary nuts; pay and lose some commercial airtime fighting McCain. You know Hillary doesn't care, she just wants her money so she can be still more of a multimillionaire, and definitly less taxes on her if McCain wins, and certainly another chance for nomination in 2012 if Obama loses.

Maybe she'll be the deciding factor in November.
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Old 26-08-08, 04:54 AM   #10
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Nope, she won't be.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3Cv8CVjQTc

From 18 million people to 2.5 million people to having to move your 'Strategy Meeting' from the Hilton in DC to a motel off the highway because you can't get 250 registrations.

Oh, and $6 million to $10 million? She didn't even raise $30,000 that day and none of it came from PUMA retards.

The media would REALLY like there to be a split in the Democratic party, with embittered Hillary supporters fighting tooth 'n nail for Hillary's rights, but it's a farce. PUMA was founded by the Republicans and has been and is ineffectual.


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