Friday, August 15, 2008

The citizens speak out on Obama.

8-15-2008

These people represent a growing number of the population in our country that are becoming sick and tired of being branded a "racist" if they aren't going to vote for Obama. The media will never report it, because they want Obama to win. Obama and his koolaid drinkers can't stop playing race in this election, because that is all they know. It's laughable that Obama was given the title of a person that" transcends politics" and will "bring all of us together", yet he and his surrogates have to use a tactics to divide Americans in order to win. The days of the media in our country being able to pull the wool over people's eyes is over. I didn't always use to believe in media bias until I witnessed it over and over and over again. Many citizens are also seeing the same thing in regards to the media making every attempt to shield Obama, and they are becoming just as disguested. That's why the new media in our country is rendering the "old media" absolete. Just like rats eating poison, the old media is just feeding into their own distruction. Eat up!

5 Comments:

Blogger Pamela said...

No surprise. You and others have said that these people were out there. The fact that the old, boring, sick looking, filthy rich adulterer (slimy liberal description) McCain today is tied in the polls with Obama is something indeed. It is obvious to me that McCain is definitely not winning but that Obama is slowing losing. I cannot wait for 08/25. I do not know what to expect, BUT the PUMA people do not sound like they are going to be the nice, sweet civil people.

The way that Obama has played the race card reminds me of when Huckabee went to the media claiming that he was taking the high road and would not use negative advertising while showing the ad to the reporters. This was the end of any consideration of Huckabee. He reminded me of a man that will say anything to talk the clothes off of a woman. UGH, GROSS, DISGUSTING, etc.

Subject change: At Saddleback Church in CA Saturday evening at 7 pm central both of them will attend a forum where they will discuss their world view I think on religion. I heard that they will not be together except for few minutes in the middle of the forum. Rick Warren has a web page for these forums. I forget the link but the program will be broadcast live online. They invited 2500 people to attend. I plan on watching this. I know for the previous forum they had on-demand video available. I guess they will do that with this one for those that do not attend.

12:33 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

pamela "McCain today is tied in the polls with Obama is something indeed. It is obvious to me that McCain is definitely not winning but that Obama is slowing losing. I cannot wait for 08/25. I do not know what to expect, BUT the PUMA people do not sound like they are going to be the nice, sweet civil people."

The media thinks we all are stupid pamela. When Hillary and Obama had their photo op to give the impression of "unity" in "unity New Hampshire, I knew all wasn't well between the Obama and Hillary camps. Obama supporters and democrat hacks were swearing up and down the hillary supporters would be mad then eventually get over it and then join the Obama camp. I knew that wasn't necessarily going to happen.

pamela"UT the PUMA people do not sound like they are going to be the nice, sweet civil people."

We really don't want them to be nice, do we pamela?;-) I say PUMA should get all their frustrations out at the convention. If that menas punching a few people then so be it. That goes for all the other pro hillary groups that will be at the convention.

pamela "The way that Obama has played the race card reminds me of when Huckabee went to the media claiming that he was taking the high road and would not use negative advertising while showing the ad to the reporters."

It's all about "bending the rules" and not breaking them pamela. Huckabee knew that the media would show the ad, but he could come out and say that "he didn't run the ad". With Obama he can give orders to his subordinates to say a particular thing against McCain knowing perfectly well that it was Obama that put his subordinate up to the attack in the first place.
This was the end of any consideration of Huckabee. He reminded me of a man that will say anything to talk the clothes off of a woman. UGH, GROSS, DISGUSTING, etc.

pamela "his was the end of any consideration of Huckabee. He reminded me of a man that will say anything to talk the clothes off of a woman. UGH, GROSS, DISGUSTING, etc."

Some people have said that if it wasn't for Huckabee, Romney would have beaten McCain, and I agree with that 100% I still can't figure out why did Huckabee stay in the the race when he knew at a certain point that it was mathematically impossible for him to win? Did he stay in the take out Romney? If so then why? Only Huckabee knows the real answer. I like him when he was a second tier candidate, then I started to not like him the more I knew about him."

pamela "Subject change: At Saddleback Church in CA Saturday evening at 7 pm central both of them will attend a forum where they will discuss their world view I think on religion. I heard that they will not be together except for few minutes in the middle of the forum. Rick Warren has a web page for these forums. I forget the link but the program will be broadcast live online. They invited 2500 people to attend. I plan on watching this. I know for the previous forum they had on-demand video available. I guess they will do that with this one for those that do not attend."

I watched the forum last night pamela. McCain did great. He sure surprised me and a lot of people. He definitely helped his cause appealing to and solidifying the conservative base.

5:08 PM  
Blogger Pamela said...

Huckabee is still going after Romney. He came out and said that McCain should not pick him for VP. I thought SHUT UP AND GO BACK TO ARKANSAS.

I do not have cable but watched the forum online. I invited a friend of mine to watch it. I missed a few minutes of Obama because the Mac browser started acting up. I switched to the Windows side and had no problems. I was impressed with McCain also. You could tell the difference in the deliveries. Obama rarely looked into the audience like McCain did. McCain took 5-10 seconds to answer questions compared to Obama. I also noticed how Obama slid past answering the question when do humans have equal rights. It was a nice arena to hear what they wanted to say and see how they 'really are' somewhat. My only concern about McCain was that he felt the embryonic stem cell research was valid and at the same time saying he was pro-life. I was hoping to hear him say that he regretted voting for it but he did not. At least he probably is not willing to let babies that are accidently born during abortions to die.

6:02 PM  
Blogger Forty_Two said...

Isn't that offensive to Muslims?

Oh, wait.

Everything is offensive to Muslims.

HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!

8:00 PM  
Blogger Big Dan said...

There are ZERO black Republicans in the Senate and House.

1:12 PM  

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