Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Obama and McCain Square Off Tonight, Again

With the second presidential debate looming tonight, both candidates are thinking of ways to win over the undecided voters.

With less than a month to go, both Obama and McCain need to step it up and really show us who is worthy of the presidency. Most people have made up their minds. I have made up my mind. Obama had me at hello.

McCain promised voters last week in Colorado that he would be going after Obama tonight, gloves off. He has also stepped up his attacks against Obama as well in the past week.

Palin is desperately trying to call Obama a terrorist because of his connection to a radical anti-way activist who bombed some places in the 60s and 70s but is now a professor. Obama was a child when the Weather Underground movement was underway.

McCain and Palin faithfuls, or what I like to call, ignorant hillbillies, have even gone so far as shouting out things like, 'terrorist' and 'kill him' when hearing the name Obama at rallies. And even worse, neither McCain or Palin came to Obama's defense when those absolutely hate-filled, racist and destructive words came out of their supporters mouths. That is worse than Obama's connection to Bill Ayers.

Palin's desperation even had her talking about Jeremiah Wright, Obama's old pastor and a topic that has been dead for months now. Just stop already.

It's almost funny, John McCain is campaigning like it is the early twentieth century. He forgets there is the internet (probably because he can't use a computer) and forgets about things like fact checking, video archives and records of just about everything ever. For a guy who speaks so frequently about his record, he must really believe that the American people are so naive and so stupid that he can just lie and lie and lie about Obama. John, you can't... we're a lot smarter than you think we are.

The dirtier the McCain and Palin campaign gets the better for Obama. This campaign has been going on forever now. What seems like an eternity. People don't want to hear all of that now, especially when they are fabricated lies and spewed in mass quantities.

In a country with such a full plate, people want to hear where these candidates plan to take us and how they are going to clean up the mess left by the Bush Administration. The American people deserve know.

1 comment:

mendi said...

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