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Mc Cain: "Cry Me a River"


Last Edited: November 3, 2008, 12:31 pm

Weren't the republicans the ones who messed-up online gambling?



It that why we can't play lottery online anymore?

Isn't Mc Cain from Arizona? Were they started to mess-up with online gambling?

Cry a River for Mc Cain!

Right now we have decay, putrefaction and the stench is overwelming, overturn the Status Quo show them that your vote really counts, Vote Fresh, Vote for Obama, let us change the stagnant repugnant old regime.

Mc Cain, does not care any about working people!

Show them that you care, Vote for Obama!

Now you say you're lonely
You cry the whole night through
Well, you can cry me a river, cry me a river
I cried a river over you

Now you say you're sorry
For bein' so untrue
Well, you can cry me a river, cry me a river
I cried a river over you

You drove me, nearly drove me out of my head
While you never shed a tear
Remember, I remember all that you said
Told me love was too plebeian
Told me you were through with me and
Now you say you love me
Well, just to prove you do
Come on and cry me a river, cry me a river
I cried a river over you

I cried a river over you
I cried a river over you
I cried a river over you


Reprinted from elsewhere:

Ten years ago, McCain voted in favor of the 1998 Internet GamblingAmendment which, if passed, would have banned placing, receiving orotherwise making a bet or wager on the Internet. His opponent's runningmate, Sen. Biden, was one of just 10 senators to vote against the amendment, which ultimately failed to become law.

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LANTERNComment by LANTERN - November 3, 2008, 11:31 am
What won't they accuse Obama of next?
Is He getting ready to take your cream and honey?
Is He the big bad wolf?
It has been time for real change since forever, let it happen now if it will, but I doubt it.
Mc Cain means or is the same as "No change at all", same old Status Quo "Caca"
In the end no matter who gets elected it will be or might be "Same business as usual".
I doubt very much if there will be any "Earth Shattering changes".
emilygComment by emilyg - November 3, 2008, 1:25 pm
On line gambling does not decide my vote.
ToddComment by Todd - November 3, 2008, 10:53 pm
I agree with Emily, but your facts are wrong in the first place. It was Senator Kyl from Arizona, not McCain. Kyl is not longer in office. Kyl and McCain have nothing to do with each other. McCain is much more moderate socially, and I don't think he is a threat at all to gambling.

Obama is a big question mark. Since he doesn't take a stand on anything, it is hard to know where he will come out on any issue. But given his predisposition to control everything, my bet is that he would be a big fan of computerized drawings.
ICNUMBERSComment by ICNUMBERS - November 4, 2008, 8:00 am
See LANTERN, this is what it boils down to. Black is wack and White is right but the only thing in life that is constant is change. Not saying that Obama will change anything for the better but change is sure a commin good or bad. My nerves are so bad and I'm staying prayed up because it is alot of demons running amok. I can't even concentrate on my life, family let alone a winning # right now. I will just be glad when all this is over.
NBey6Comment by NBey6 - November 4, 2008, 10:39 am
I just want to know from you guys how many supported Bush twice and now support John McCain.? I just wanna know........

Me, you ask, I am everything.

NBey6Comment by NBey6 - November 4, 2008, 10:41 am
Question - So McCain did not vote for or support the 1998 Internet Gambling Amendment??

Yes or No


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