|IrishWhiskey - 2008-10-05 |
Hey Palin? That New York Times article was about how the Ayers-Obama link is complete bullshit, and that they barely ever spoke. I can understand how you wouldn't know that, given that I'm sure this is a just talking point drilled into you by a handler and you've never read the article at all.
Oh, and try watching videos of Obama rallies you stupid pull-string talking doll. They shout "USA!" all the time. And the "Country First" podium is embarrassing in its complete lack of subtlety. But I'm sure its just a preview, now that the McCain campaign announced its desperation plan of calling all negative, 100% of the time.
By the way Palin? You spoke your support at a convention of a secessionist party that your husband was an active member of for years.
Here's what the founder and leader of that party said:
"The fires of hell are frozen glaciers compared to my hatred for the American government. And I won't be buried under their damn flag. I'll be buried in Dawson. And when Alaska is an independent nation they can bring my bones home. I'm an Alaskan, not an American. I've got no use for America or her damned institutions."
What do you mean she wouldn't know that? She reads every paper. All of them.
She is even reading this which you conveniently addressed to her
Unmerciful Crushing Force
So, as much as I love Obama, I'm just going to play the duckspeak and doublethink cards and await an earnest reply.
No seriously. I mean, Palin shoots herself in the foot plenty enough without needing to play guilt by association.
|aeso - 2008-10-05 |
Sure, now she can name a newspaper.
|robotkarateman - 2008-10-05 |
This is the first time I've actually been angry at Palin. To repeat this nonsense that was discredited before she was even nominated is just unbelievably low.
|fractured - 2008-10-05 |
I would have to say that even the furthest left newspapers are disturbingly moderate/moderate-right.
|Doctor Frederick Odd - 2008-10-05 |
I see Palin is guarded by the No-So-Secret Service.
|baleen - 2008-10-05 |
I've got one for you. One of McCain's advisers is wanted by interpol for war crimes... Henry Kissinger.
Here's another one:
"...As part of this progressive development in their anti-Iranian rapprochement, in March of 1982 the Reagan Administration removed Iraq from the official list of states that allegedly provided support to so-called acts of international terrorism despite the fact that there was little evidence that Iraq had fundamentally altered whatever its policies were in this regard. Such de-listing rendered Iraq eligible to purchase "dual-use" equipment and technology in the United States that could readily be employed for either civilian or military purposes and would most probably be used in the latter manner."
Not that any of this can be used politically, I just like thinking about it.
John McCain in essence helped create Saddam Hussein the Terrorist while at the same time harbors an internationally wanted war criminal.
I fantasize about this somehow being used in attack ads, but I don't think Obama really has to rock the boat that much while he's riding so high on his horse.
|Cap'n Profan!ty - 2008-10-05 |
There is no hole on Earth deep enough for this bag of cuntarded.
|ihounokyaku - 2008-10-05 |
|Udderdude - 2008-10-05 |
what, are you a fucking canadian or something.
GTFO looser. the only reason you can post that on the internet is becasue we MADE the internet. Why do you think they call it America Online?
The horrors of a nation with 300,000,000 people.
|Simian Pride - 2008-10-05 |
|RomancingTrain - 2008-10-05 |
What the fuck? They don't boo just the mention of McCain's name at Obama speeches, these people should all be ashamed of themselves.
New York Times?
New York Times?
You think you're better than us?
The NYT thing originates from back when the NYT was the only major newspaper actually doing stories about the huge violations of civil liberties and outright illegal things the Bush administration was gearing up to do in order to "fight terrorism." The administration and most right-wing nutbags said that the NYT reporting on these things was helping terrorists kill people because now that the USAs gameplan was exposed, they would know how to avoid being caught.
|futurebot - 2008-10-05 |
"A nation of exceptionalism"?
I'm pretty sure she doesn't understand what that term means
|VoilaIntruder - 2008-10-05 |
Man, the words New York Times and Obama received more boos than the phrase "Domestic Terrorists." That must feel nice to be/work for either of them.
Also, why is that rally so boisterous? You don't elect people by show of applause.
|Frank Rizzo - 2008-10-05 |
"Desperation is a stinky cologne"
|StanleyPain - 2008-10-05 |
Well, as long as we're going to try this approach, how about McCain's long standing associations with G. Gordon Liddy? Yes..let's explore that one...
|Twitch - 2008-10-05 |
I love you, Future Presidentriss.
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