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"Our time is now"

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As said by a friend of mine.

She is a 30ish year old, white, lesibian.

Big Obama person.

What time is she refering to ? and who is the WE behind her OUR ?

Pretty sure USA's time has been NOW for a good bit now. :lol:

:crazy:

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As said by a friend of mine.

She is a 30ish year old, white, lesibian.

Big Obama person.

What time is she refering to ? and who is the WE behind her OUR ?

Pretty sure USA's time has been NOW for a good bit now. :lol:

:crazy:

Maybe she thinks he will make gay marriage legal everywhere.

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I think I tee'ed her off yesterday, when I told her I'm sure Obama would rather people chant USA instead of OBAMA. :lol:

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I think I tee'ed her off yesterday, when I told her I'm sure Obama would rather people chant USA instead of OBAMA. :lol:

Obama is on record saying he is against gay marriage approval on a federal level. Instead he wants each state to decide.

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Obama is on record saying he is against gay marriage approval on a federal level. Instead he wants each state to decide.

I fully support that notion.

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I believe she was speaking in terms of generations

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I believe she was speaking in terms of generations

See I was thinking it's more like she expects the Obama deathsquads to come out and pull conservatives out into the street and shoot them dead.

Luckily for me I am a Moderate :):crazy:

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Well, a generation is considered 20 years historically. Obama is less than 20 years older than a 30 year old, so technically one could claim to be of his generation.

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