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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 08:07 pm (UTC)
This horrible picture is one of many I've bumped into, since McCain and Palin have been spreading their insinuations about Obama.

Why is it that when I bring up the dispicable things that have started since this campaign with McCain and Palin's hate speeches, you make it out as though I'm the one? People have to see what these two horrible people are brewing.

No! Not all Republican's are evil, only a few nut cases, such as the jerk who painted the above image. I have many Republican friends that are good people. Hell, my boss is a Republican, and he's the nicest person in the world!

Please understand what I'm bringing out here, and that is that McCain and Palin MUST stop saying the dangerous things they are shouting to their audience, and start talking about the issues that concern us, like the economy. All that comes out of their mouth are vicious attacks on Obama.

I'm counting the days until Nov. 4th, so I won't have to listen to these two anymore!
Oct. 19th, 2008 04:31 am (UTC)
In case you didn't notice, the picture is a satire. The artist was attempting to make fun of conservatives by portraying them as klansmen. The "David Duke Fan Club" thing gives it away.

I'm pointing all of this out to you because you've become just as vicious, just as mean, and just as vitriolic as any of the people you've denounced, moreso even. You've been whipped into a frenzy over things that haven't even happened, I mean, remember Obama's assassination? You were screaming for McCain's head over what something that nobody was advocating.

Can't you see how warped this has made you? And I can tell you firsthand, this brand of fanaticism never ends well.
Oct. 19th, 2008 05:35 am (UTC)
You haven't known me for that long, but I want to ask you a question, and I want an honest answer, no matter how painful.

Have I changed that much? Do you see any sign left of the way I was before?

Why do you say this fanaticism will never end? Won't it end after the elections? What can I do to stop it?
Oct. 19th, 2008 10:37 pm (UTC)
You've changed a lot. As to whether there's still some of your old self left... well, yes. I'd have ditched you if there weren't.

I didn't say it would never end, I said it wouldn't end well. Once the election is over, you're going to realize just how empty political victory is; I've told you this before, but why it's true should have become apparent by now. Have you noticed how many people have deleted you from their friends list? How many people you've managed to alienate? Just how many people you've upset, or relationships you might have damaged? Fanaticism over a politician isn't worth it, not unless you're going to war.

I guess the first thing you can do to stop yourself is to back away from the pundits on both sides of the political aisle. That means no more MoveOn.org, no more O'Reilly, just get away from them for a bit and clear your head. If you must follow the election, then stick to the headlines at the mainstream outlets (CNN, Fox News, ABC, that sort of thing).

Beyond that, it's entirely up to you.

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