Saturday, October 25, 2008

The Fort Dix Dance


From Five Feet of Fury.

One of the greatest ironies of this election and it's connections, endorsements and associations....is Gen. Powell endorsing Obama.....a man who is connected to Bill Ayers.....Ayers....a man who would have killed Colin Powell without batting an eye. Powell appears to have no qualms about Ayers. Well buddy, you are a better person than me (ok, that's not hard) if you can dismiss the deeply troubling Ayers connection.

The bombing at Fort Dix didn't happen. But it wasn't for lack of trying.

Watch this. Be horrified at the scope of the carnage Ayers hoped to cause. But then step back and look at the big picture.

It's not Ayers in and of himself.

It's not just Ayers and Dohrn (don't forget that bloodsucking monster.).

It's not just Ayers, Dohrn, and Rev Wright.

It's not just Ayers, Dohrn, Wright and ACORN.

It's not just Ayers, Dohrn, Wright, Acorn and Rezco.......

OK, I could keep going here, but you get it, right?

It's the pattern.

Obama associates with people who would directly harm Americans.

Or would undermine our democracy.

Or are just plain criminals.

2 comments:

Stella said...

The Liberal Spin (a/k/a Backatcha Maggie):

It's not Bush in and of himself.

It's not just Bush and Cheney (don't forget that bloodsucking monster.).

It's not just Bush, Cheney, and "Reverend" Dobson.

It's not just Bush, Cheney, "Reverend" Dobson.
and the Keating 5.

It's not just Bush, Cheney, "Reverend" Dobson.
the Keating 5, and Karl Rove.............

OK, I could keep going here, but you get it, right?

It's the pattern.

Bush and Cheney associate with terrorists like Bandar Bush and directly harm Americans...

And undermine our democracy.

And are just plain criminals.

(Yes, I know Bush isn't running for president: his clone is.)

BostonMaggie said...

Sorry, you can say it over and over and over, but McCain isn't Bush and never will be.

I know that Obama supporters need that to be true, but that doesn't make it true.

McCain has proven over and over that he is his own man. When he agrees with Bush, he votes one way. When he disagrees with Bush he votes the other way.

Keating 5 is the only thing that you can directly link to McCain and once people understand all the facts in the case and not just the innuendo, it's a moot point.

Bush, Cheney, Dobson and Rove will have no ties or influence what-so-ever in a McCain administration. they are specters that Obama supporters must try to make you believe will haunt the next administration. It's simply not true.

Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn exchanged *ideas* with Obama. Do you actually imagine that there is anything but agitation between Bush, Cheney and McCain? McCain is simply once again proving his biggest point - he can work with the opposition to do what is best for the country. Sometimes the opposition for McCain is in his own party.

Dobson is just some jamoke that McCain had a "make nice" moment with. No different than Obama and Sharpton & Jackson. Obama has accepted their endorsements, but I do not believe for one second that either have any sway over him. Dobson is a red herring.

There is no pattern in John McCain's associations showing that he associates with people who would do America harm.

Obama sought those people out and only cut ties with them when it became politically expedient to do so. The difference between the two positions is enormous.

Comparing Ayers & Dohrn with Bush & Cheney is just silly. You can disagree with invading Iraq and I know that you do. But rationally you can't beleive that Bush did it deliberately with the motive of destroying America.