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Wednesday, October 15, 2008


In the commentary section of the last post, anonymous complained:

"Unfortunately, Palin has turned out to attract the worst element of the GOP."

Give me a break, anon. You had isolated instances of rowdy cheerleaders shouting stuff about the opposition that you hear in any sports arena (and often from parents at Little League games).

You never hear this kind of hateful crap from any McCain/Palin supporter (about Muslims and the Koran, for example):

"Are Christians the sickest pack of slime on the planet or what?Just think. They used to be able to burn you for saying, we just shove it down their throats."

"yas, the holy bible...foulest piece of pornographic shit on the planet."

And you never hear this kind thuggery:

"This election is about the importance of not just winning, but breaking their backs and crushing their spirits."

"This isn't about winning. It's about destroying the conservative movement, and their dangerous incompetence has given us an historic opportunity to deliver a killing blow. Leave everything on the roa" (sic)

Those are quotes from Evan Sayet's blog, (a conservative in the lion's den of LA.)

And it's not an anomalous, isolated voice, but the esprit de corps from the far-left base of Obama supporters.

They're Nazis.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obama is a Christian - His supporters highlight that fact. They don't attack it.

Quite the contrary - At McCain rallies you see people who read those Andy Martin generated emails attacking Obama's faith and telling lies about his race, his religion, and even his birth.

It's all so racist and demented that it has led to a rebellion of high IQ people from the Republican party.

On the 14th Sarah Palin appeared on the Rush Limbaugh show. After she left he went on a racist tirade against black America in general that was so filthy it garnered international media coverage.

6:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's Palin in West Virginia at her best and her worst:

7:34 AM  
Blogger John said...

anon, I presented the quotes from an outspoken, blog-trolling Obama supporter and, instead of repudiating them, you instead point fingers "Well what about the Republicans?"

That's a recognizable m.o.

Read the quotes again.

Furthermore, the questions about the nature of Obama's professed Christianity--in the context of his biographical-- and even autobiographical--history are legitimate.

Sure he's a "Christian," but so's Jeremiah Wright. And David Duke. And David Koresh. And Jim Jones.

I'm not comparing his membership in Wright's Church to membership with a White Supremacist church or to the Branch Davidians or the People's Temple, only that the designation of "Christian" is very generic and includes all of the above, so you're insistence that "Obama is a Christian" does not put those concerns to rest.

Personally, Senator Obama strikes me--and a most everyone else-- as a decent and well-governed man with authentic presidential qualities (e.g. charisma, eloquence, thoughtfulness, etc.), but on second thought his past--and present--associations and his demonstrated fluency with Alinskyism compromise the reliability of that impression and indicates a side of himself that he intentionally conceals and/or whitewashes.

I think I speak for many Americans who are attracted to him and his candidacy but have reservations, and who dont appreciate those reservations, or their expressed criticisms, branded as "racist.

(a word you yourself used twice in four short paragraphs to discredit--if not slander--the reservations and criticism of conservative establishment figures like Rush Limbaugh and the Republican vice presidential candidate and their supporters, an intimidation tactic recognized for what is, not appreciated, and discerned to have been executed by Obama himself, as suffered--and accused-- by Democratic establishment rivals like the Clintons and first female vice-presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro).

And so the dual image of, on the one hand, Barack as a post-racial 21st candidate, and, on the other, as a bullying, race-baiting, and "reparation"-pushing crypto-Marxist persists.

The truth about Obama lies somewhere in the middle of that, and depending on whether the needle is closer to the former rather than the latter on a character scale will determine the character--and success--of an Obama presidency.

7:44 AM  
Blogger John said...

RE: Betty Boop

That's pretty funny, anonymous.

Got any of Barack as Porky pig?

"Uhbuh-uhbuh-abiddy-biddy-biddy-buh-uh-th-th-that's all, folks!"

8:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're startin' to give Nazi's a worse reputation, John...

10:47 AM  
Blogger John said...

If the brownshirt fits...

11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should not place Limbaugh in the category of establishment Republican.

Limbaugh's racist outburts on October 14th made worldwide news - People cannot understand why the Klondike Kitten would appear on his show save stiring up race hatred.

10:11 PM  
Blogger John said...

What'd he say, anyway?

11:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's a small example of thuggery

The crowd here is so ugly that it sounds and looks like something a Hollywood liberal dreamt up.

If you watch that - then you scan down and they have a link to some of Rush's racist outburst (on the same day he interviewed Betty Boop)

Satrday Night Live has some fun at the expense of that sad women who embarassed McCain at a rally saying Obama is "arab"

McCain's people say they are no responsible for all these nuts, but that lady and the crowd in that link above were brainwashed by Rush and people like Rush.

So McCain should do more to distance himself.

11:40 PM  
Blogger John said...

Klondike kitten?

I'm out of that loop.

11:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Palin is the Klondike Kitten.

Bush Sr. was the one who claimed to be "out of the loop"

That was Iran - Contra (before your time)

re Thuggery - None of it really matters - Because of a repeat of this:,M1

11:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or maybe they've just seen so many Christian murderers in Iraq and other places.

All we've heard from you phonies for years is how Islam is the religion of violence and hatred.

10:36 AM  
Blogger John said...

You better shaddup before I cut your head off, *capice*?

6:16 PM  

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