Is a Racist, Anti-American Baby Killing Elitist. At least according to the Lunatic Fringe known as the Republican base.. If only the damned media would reveal his true colors!
October 24, 2008
October 21, 2008
McCain has dropped out of Colorado. His campaign thinks the state is a lost cause so they are no longer going to waste resources there. What this means is that that McCain could win Florida, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina and Missouri, and he still would not reach 270 Electoral Votes.
The only chance the McCain campaign has to reach 270, is, along with pulling off a sweep of all the swing states mentioned above, to win Pennsylvania. The problem with that plan is that McCain is currently down 15 points.
So basically, McCain has no shot at 270. This bitch is over.
October 17, 2008
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This is how Obama came into contact with Bill Ayers: The Chicago Annenberg Challenge
- On December 17, 1993, the Annenberg Foundation launched the Annenberg Challenge for School Reform with a five-year $500 million grant to revive and inspire school reform efforts in this nation. The Challenge brought together civic, business and university leaders, as well as foundations and other groups, in support of 18 school improvement projects, and it built broad public-private coalitions consisting of mayors, superintendents, principals, union leaders, civic leaders and community groups. The CAC was supported with a $49.2 million grant.
They served on the board together, with a lot of other respected members of the chicago political hierarchy. So all the outrage is over nothing. The right can’t handle that their reign is over and that they’re going to get their shit pushed in on Nov. 4th so they’ve brainwashed themselves into believing Obama is basically a sponsor of terror. It exposes the right for the lunatic realm of reality in which their feeble, ignorant minds exist.
As for McCain, his hands aren’t completely clean. Not like you’d expect considering how bat-shit crazy his campaign has gone over Ayers. He’s come into contact with scum as well
- As Media Matters for America has noted, Liddy served four and a half years in prison in connection with his conviction for his role in the Watergate break-in and the break-in at the office of the psychiatrist of Daniel Ellsberg, the military analyst who leaked the Pentagon Papers. Liddy has acknowledged preparing to kill someone during the Ellsberg break-in “if necessary”; plotting to murder journalist Jack Anderson; plotting with a “gangland figure” to murder Howard Hunt to stop him from cooperating with investigators; plotting to firebomb the Brookings Institution; and plotting to kidnap “leftist guerillas” at the 1972 Republican National Convention — a plan he outlined to the Nixon administration using terminology borrowed from the Nazis. (The murder, firebombing, and kidnapping plots were never carried out; the break-ins were.) During the 1990s, Liddy reportedly instructed his radio audience on multiple occasions on how to shoot Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agents and also reportedly said he had named his shooting targets after Bill and Hillary Clinton.
- Liddy has donated $5,000 to McCain’s campaigns since 1998, including $1,000 in February 2008. In addition, McCain has appeared on Liddy’s radio show during the presidential campaign, including as recently as May. An online video labeled “John McCain On The G. Gordon Liddy Show 11/8/07” includes a discussion between Liddy and McCain, whom Liddy described as an “old friend.” During the segment, McCain praised Liddy’s “adherence to the principles and philosophies that keep our nation great,” said he was “proud” of Liddy, and said that “it’s always a pleasure for me to come on your program.”
- Additionally, in 1998, Liddy reportedly held a fundraiser at his home for McCain. Liddy was reportedly scheduled to speak at another fundraiser for McCain in 2000. The Charlotte Observer reported on January 23, 2000, that McCain’s campaign vouched for Liddy’s “character”: His [McCain’s] campaign officials said Liddy’s character will appeal to many voters because he was following orders from President Nixon and kept silent afterward. “His (Liddy’s) judgment might be in question, but I don’t think his character is,” said Ed Walker, the York County chairman of McCain’s campaign. “He was following orders just like any good soldier, and he didn’t tell on anybody. He felt like he was on a mission and kept his silence.”
October 14, 2008
When I was young and stupid I was on the bandwagon.
But then W was elected and my faith in humanity, as well as democracy, was lost forever.
To further illustrate the point, I present: The Republican Base
October 2, 2008
Figure the best way to celebrate Obama blowing past McCain in the polls is with a little hotness