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Will Obama lose votes for having bad streetwear style?

BrettChaotix

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I, for one, will not be voting for Obama. I also agree that he looks ****** in streetwear.

Therefore, I think we can safely say that this proves that his lack of streetwear style is costing him votes.
 

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I refuse to partake in this election because there are no candidates I support (not even 3rd party), so I will blame it on poor style.
 

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Originally Posted by JohnnyLaw
I, for one, will not be voting for Obama. I also agree that he looks ****** in streetwear.

Therefore, I think we can safely say that this proves that his lack of streetwear style is costing him votes.


Ha ha. Yeah, and McCain is such a sartorial genius.

I'm personally voting for Obama because he's thinner than McCain and has darker hair.
 

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I'm sure he'll gain just as many votes for not *****ing out of holding a rally because it was raining.

I guess it's understandable, though. They probably didn't want to risk Palin melting if she got wet.
 

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Ha, yeah. Don't wanna ruin that 150,000 wardrobe either.
 

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I don't know about his votes, but his jeans sure are loose.
 

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I suppose he was wearing that outfit to show his connection to people like Joe the Plumber, but it looks like Obama went to the Jerry Seinfeld School of Fashion.
 

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fix your thread title - "Lose not Loose"

dumb thread
 

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Originally Posted by Johnathan
I'm sure he'll gain just as many votes for not *****ing out of holding a rally because it was raining.

I guess it's understandable, though. They probably didn't want to risk Palin melting if she got wet.


Can't blame Palin/Johnnie Mac. I can think of a President a long time ago who stood outside in the rain, determined to give his speech regardless of the weather. Look how things turned out for that guy.
 

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Originally Posted by MrGimpy
I suppose he was wearing that outfit to show his connection to people like Joe the Plumber, but it looks like Obama went to the Jerry Seinfeld School of Fashion.


He was working on his connection with Jewish comedians who might also sideline as plumbers. Give the guy a break.
 

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That is perfect fashion for the USA. Baggy jeans and nike's.
 

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check out the background. Secret Service agent's trench is a little big and square fitting, but very serviceable looking. I guess you want it a little big in the chest to pack your piece and all.
 

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Do we really want a president who spends as much time obsessing over clothes and style as we do? I certainly don't. Obama gets my vote, and I hope he never changes his streetwear.
 

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Maybe I'm a little biased, but it's not that bad.

It's ill-fitting, but he doesn't look goofy or anything.
 

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