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Quote# 63825

The crackup I thought I was seeing in the Obama campaign didn’t happen. I underestimated the ability of the mainstream media to cover for Obama’s weaknesses. We may all have underestimated the effectiveness of ACORN’s vote-fraud machine.

I’m glad we’ve elected a black man president; I’m sorry it’s one who looks quite so much like a sort of latter-day Manchurian Candidate programmed by his hard-left associates to hate his own country.

I hope we don’t all come to regret this day horribly. We can only hope that Obama is a better man than his influences.

Eric Raymond, Armed and Dangerous 11 Comments [7/9/2009 12:32:27 AM]
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Submitted By: The WHHAAAMMMM Burglar
WTF?! || meh


Kid, don't whine. We survived Nixon, and we will survive him.

7/9/2009 1:16:40 AM

Nathan the Wise

I’m glad we’ve elected a black man president


7/9/2009 1:56:22 AM


Okay, so what is it you're trying to say exactly?

7/9/2009 3:02:12 AM


Sane version: "I underestimated the intelligence of the American people – not an easy thing to do – and assumed they'd again fall for fearmongering, racism and jingoism."

7/9/2009 7:05:37 AM


Eric, being marginally good with programming does not make you an authority on anything else.

This guy is a UNIX/Linux nut who thinks he's an intellectual power house. He once aruged that black people were genetically predisposed to beinging less intelligent than whites. No o

7/9/2009 1:03:32 PM


Eric Raymond? Isn't that the bad guy from "Jem and the Holograms"?

Doesn't he have records to make and a band to promote?

7/9/2009 6:29:50 PM

Every talking point taken from FOX News.

Hey Eric, instead of parroting the right-wing propaganda exactly as it's been fed to you, why don't you spend that time looking some things up for yourself? What's the matter, too many big words on Google?

7/10/2009 1:23:57 AM

Oh wait, that was Bush.

7/10/2009 8:51:04 AM


Someone doesn't know the difference between registering to vote and voting. I'd explain the rest, but what's the point?

7/10/2009 9:26:15 AM

Voter fraud? I believe you're thinking of Diebold, whose CEO stated in writing before the 2004 election that he was going to "deliver a victory" for Bush. ACORN never committed any fraud.

Obama's smart enough to think for himself, and he's no liberal, unfortunately. He opposes gay marriage and single-payer health care, and has appointed someone to the Supreme Court who has a voting record of siding 98.2% of the time with the conservatives in her district.

7/21/2009 10:50:42 AM


It must tell you something that President Obama won the electoral and the popular vote by wide margins, Eric.

This is pathetic. You're not even trying.

7/24/2009 12:33:50 AM