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    wow, this poll is as close as the election was!
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    I would hope he would take me while visiting the nations capital recently I noticed the large number of Banded green heads waiding in the reflection pool, without the hunting pressure I'm sure we could talk about a few things that I am concerned with while getting a bag of easy birds that are all banded.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    wow, this poll is as close as the election was!
    It's close but ........... most of the yes's are negative as well they should be!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    I'm sure I will be ripped for this one
    but Even though he is probably a nice guy has a great smile and means no one any harm''
    I would have a problem huntingwith him ,,,sitting down to dinner with him or even shaking his hand. And no I don't hate the guy. he is actually quite likeable.

    However he is an advocate for socialism,,,something I am addimantly against. And he will steer our country in that direction. I am anti all that jazz and would not compromise what ever interety I may have in sharing a moment or sharing a meal with,, or being introduced by the bonding of a handshake.

    If he represented another country I would have no problem enjoying a hunt or a meal or an intro by hand shake. His policies have very little affect on me in theory.
    However I love my country to much to indulge in pleasantries with someone who will take this country down a path in which I cringe to see it go.
    Anyway its a different perspective
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    It would be real hard for Obama to match Bush's record for turning this country towards Socialism

    At this point I fell pretty much the same about Bush
    A proven traitor in my book.
    When you think about it ,,,,I think I'd behave the same way around most politians.
    They all have the spines of a wet noodle. Sorry I can't find a link to that. Its just my opinion


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    Heck yes I would!
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    i would. It would be fun telling the man with his finger on the button commanding all of our troops gun safety.

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    Ken, change my yes vote to no. It is just more then I want to get involved with after reading your opening post. I would refer him to you, for one I'm sure he would get more ducks in the bag with you guiding him. Bud

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    Not no... but H-E-L-L-O NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    From everything I've seen and heard he doesn't have a clue and is just barely smart enough to draw air. I don't want that man with a gun in his hand around me!

    Besides that Buster hates Democrats and would most certainly bite him...and then I'd have to reward him for it...just a vicous cyle I don't want to start!
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    I would be honored to go hunting with the president. He has come far for someone so dumb he can barely draw air! I guess you came to that conclusion because you don't like him? The probability of this happening is slim to none but to have the chance to share the beauty of the marsh coming alive in the morning with someone new to the experience is always rewarding if the opportunity presented itself I surely would.

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