Which candidate really appeals to selfishness? (those that can be bribed)
Which candidate offers empty promises?
Which candidate is campaigning on trying to change that which he has no control over?
Which Candidate is only telling you what you want to hear?
Which candidate has supporters committing election fraud?
Which candidates campaign is raising millions in illegal and untraceable donations?
Which candidate has already lied to you?
Which candidate changes his position to appeal to the audience?
Which candidate is the epitome of hubris?
Which candidate wants to bankrupt American business?
Which candidate will defer to the destruction of Isreal?
Which candidate may not be U.S. born?
Which candidate associates with people of questionable character?
Which candidate thinks government should make your personal decisions?
Which candidate will result in less freedom and liberty?
Which candidate will sunset the Bill of Rights?
Which candidate will give the Supreme Court unlimited power?
Which candidate will squash freedom of speech?
Which candidate will abolish the right to bear arms?
Which candidate has no respect for your religious beliefs?
Which candidate is a relative unknown?
Which candidate is in it for himself?
Which candidate has the dangerous ego?
Which candidate appeals to mob rule and not the rule of law?
Which candidate is more divisive?
Which candidate will be bad for America and the world?

Which Candidate? Barack Obama!

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From Wikipedia:

Hubris, sometimes spelled hybris (ancient Greek ὕβρις), is a term used in modern English to indicate overweening pride, self-confidence, superciliousness, or arrogance, often resulting in fatal retribution. In ancient Greece, hubris referred to actions which, intentionally or not, shamed and humiliated the victim, and frequently the perpetrator as well. It was most evident in the public and private actions of the powerful and rich. The word was also used to describe actions of those who challenged the gods or their laws, especially in Greek tragedy, resulting in the protagonist’s downfall.