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Hillary is running against Oprah in DRAG

Original post made by Marcia Davenport, another community, on Jan 7, 2008

Posted with permission of the author

Oprah Winfrey is running for President. She has picked a staff member to be her image in the campaign, Barak Obama.

Oprah elected Arnold to a new term after he failed consensus with California voters and now she wants to specify who we select as President and what she will direct for our country.

Amazing that we fall for it! We are very silly sycophants,

Marcia

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Posted by Lisa Wright
a resident of another community
on Jan 8, 2008 at 8:32 pm

Oprah does not play outside the midwest, does that surprise us?

Will she play to Obama's benefit in California? Sorry, Maria, your friend Oprah played her political card here and it proved blank.

We can't imagine Oprah playing well in the south with all her "you'all" PR. Obama is an upper midwest candidate and not a national participant. Brilliant qualifications are not enough. Bush proved we prefer incompetent stupidity and inhumanity. And that has not changed in our frightened ignorance.

We will repeat our mistakes!

Lisa


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