Tuesday, October 14, 2008


From Obama -
"I am surprised that, you know, we've been seeing some pretty over-the-top attacks coming out of the McCain campaign over the last several days, that he wasn't willing to say it to my face. But I guess we've got one last debate. So presumably, if he ends up feeling that he needs to, he will raise it during the debate."

Does Obama actually, in his wildest dreams, imagine John McCain can be intimidated by some dope-smoking, socialist, machine guy from Chicago?


This guy?

You think *this* guy is worried about saying something to your face?

Cut the shit.

1 comment:

Stella said...

McCain's inability to stay on-topic at the debate was evident: if he isn't worried about what Obama says to his face, he should be. He's out of touch with the middle class. I mean, Maggie, do you think $5 million per year is a middle-class family?

Obama openly admitted to smoking pot: what does that have to do with the issues. Conservatives attack Progressives when our candidates lie about smoking pot (Clinton), and criticize when our candidates demonstrate integrity, as Obama did. Even Progressives laughed at Clinton's, "I didn't inhale."

Speaking of over-the-top, even Karl Rove (c.f. Fox News) and Newt Gingrich firmly stated McCain's attacks have been "over-the-top."

First, running mate Sarah Palin accused Obama of "palling around with terrorists," a clear reference to Ayers, and suggested McCain would go after Obama in last week's debate.... That drew the ire of conservatives. Said Gingrich: "I can't defend it", referring to McCain's vicious attacks.

Polls have now swung widely to Barack Obama. In desperation, the GOP and McCain have abandoned any pretext of honor and started a smear campaign beyond any in recent memory. Lies being spread about Obama... We're seeing the result of their failed policies, but they will try to convince us black is white, up is down, and day is night in their attempt to maintain power at all costs.