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Massive Republican Robocall Campaign

Massive Republican Robocall Campaign

I honestly consider McCain and Palin this country's most disgraceful and dangerous man and woman. They are polluting this country's air with SUSPICION, HATRED and DISTRUST among us, by spreading FEAR and TERROR. Never before has this country been so DANGEROUSLY divided as these two have managed to do so since this campaign began. This man and this woman are the people I have come to fear most in this entire world!

"The McCain-Palin campaign and the Republican National Committee launched a massive robocall campaign on Thursday designed to alarm voters about Barack Obama's past association with former radical Bill Ayers. The committee may be violating state law in the process."


"The Right Of The People To Keep and
Bear Arms, Shall Not Be infringed."!


Oct. 18th, 2008 04:47 pm (UTC)
Posting a chopped version of what he said dosent work you needed to watch the entire thing.

But you can see him disrespecting McCain by still calling him JOHN not Senator McCain. McCain ALWAYS refers to Onama as Senator Obama, Never by Barac, Hussein or Steve.

I notice though you did not post what McCain said about Obama. PMSNBC apparently choose not to put those out... Just like PMSNBC has had nothing to say about Michelle upstairs ordering Lobster appetisers, two full lobster dinners a bottle of Dom Perignone and IRANIAN CAVIAR.

When was the last time YOU had a bottle of DOM? or Iranian caviar?? and people say he is not elitist...
Oct. 18th, 2008 05:18 pm (UTC)
I posted the exact beginning where he praises Mccain after roasting him for the first 9 minutes. I PURPOSEFULLY chose that because you made a point that he choked on praising Mccain. Since the first 9 minutes were a roast of Mccain..I don't see how that makes your point.

And since I never made an argument about Mccain not praising Obama at this dinner I don't see your point there either. I was not even arguing that McCain didn't praise Obama , was I? But since you bring it up , you say McCain ALWAYS refers to Obama as Senator Obama. Umm.. is calling him "That One" in a debate better than Obama calling McCain by his first name? It's no sign of disrespect for colleagues inthe same group (the Senate) to refer to each other on a first name basis. In fact, protocol mostly asks for it when the two people are from a different political body. If Obama assumed familiarity with George Bush or a Governor in a debate like that, it would be considered inappropriate.

And what the hell does this have to do with MSNBC? I saw both speeches on MSNBC live and I thought they were both funny, in fact, out of the two of us here, you are the one politicizing this speech and dinner not me.

And to be honest, if I had a chance to be at a white tie dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria I'd try the best food they had. It's not quite the same as wearign a dress that costs more than a house in my humble middle class wage world. Even I would love to take a loved one out to that kind of dinner once in my life, wouldn't you if you could afford it? You seem like the type who would treat your lady to something nice and different if you could once in a while, no?
It's not about what you order, it's about the consistent lavishness of excess. One house, one car, and an occasional luxury and maybe nicer clothes than you used to buy doesn't sound elitist to me.

Edited at 2008-10-18 05:18 pm (UTC)
Oct. 18th, 2008 06:33 pm (UTC)
first Obama is the one talking about spreading the wealth, remember his comment to Joe? Let him spread his wealth, but UI guess he cannot since I am sure what he used were campain funds. Michelle was upstairs when she ordered at 4:00 She was not at the event with Barac.

The term choking I used was figuratively not literally. It galled him to make those comments, you can see it in his face. And as for McCain'[s remark about "that one... albeit not accomodating in some circles, it was fitting.
Oct. 18th, 2008 06:36 pm (UTC)
He had the exact same expression and delivery when talking about Tim Russert. So does he have hard feelign s about him too? You're really reaching here..seriosuly.
Oct. 18th, 2008 07:05 pm (UTC)
Tim Russert was a respectable newsman, non-corruptable.

as for the expression Im sorry but I see it, I hate that you do not.
Oct. 20th, 2008 09:55 pm (UTC)
Apparently we were both wrong. The New York Post had to retract the blurb on Michelle ordering the feast described from the gossip page..the reason/ She was in Indiana at the time.


And I should have known better because I actually knew she was in indiana on that day, because i was trying to see if anyone would carpool with me on a trip over the state line to see her.

Oct. 20th, 2008 11:27 pm (UTC)
Damn! well aint that some shit... Even the New York Post is full of it and printing bogus crap.

Its getting that you cannot rust anything in newsprint anymore...

I had not heard of the retraction, Thanks for the Info!!

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