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Connecting the dots.

http://oldbluewebdesigns.com/USSA.htm
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That's really funny Bruce, and not even worth the time to debunk it. Some republicans are getting really desperate as their party implodes from the inside.
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Some republicans are getting really desperate as their party implodes from the inside.
So it has to be Republicans behind it?

And things wouldn't come to this if people were open and honest. That's what sparks hatred.
post #4 of 19
Lulzors

That doomsday prediction about the increase in fuel prices and foreclosures and etc is what is happening right now! Bush is a socialist!

Oh, and for your viewing pleasure-- who is the socialist candidate for President? This guy http://www.colbertnation.com/the-col...---brian-moore
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So it has to be Republicans behind it?
Absolutely! Those are the sound bytes that are being spewed across the right wing sites.

And from his robocall machines (now targeting his home state of Arizona):
http://tpmelectioncentral.talkingpoi...obocalls_i.php

The republican campaign has lowered themselves to character assassination attempts thru sound bytes like this against Obama. I'm still waiting for them to talk about the positives of their administration, rather than spending most of their time attacking the other side. There is no point in trying to defend Obama against false claims anymore. Some people will believe these things at face value and any amount of fact you present to the contrary will be ignored.

Does this give you confidence that McCain can actually reach across the aisle and work with the other party? His campaign has been about hatred for his opponents, rather than the healing of a nation. You don't make allies by kicking them. These hate tactics will lose him the election.

I still honestly believe that McCain is personally above all of these tactics. But in allowing them to go on by his campaign and supporters, this tells me that if he can't even control his own campaign, how is he going to run the country?

You know how the KC Obama rally started out? With a prayer for the health of both Obama and McCain. What a positive statement!
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That's really funny Bruce, and not even worth the time to debunk it. Some republicans are getting really desperate as their party implodes from the inside.

Looks pretty much all true to me.
He will ruin this economy for sure, worse than it is.
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Absolutely! Those are the sound bytes that are being spewed across the right wing sites.
While people wearing t-shirts insulting Palin and supporters hanging effigys of her are apparently "not that big an issue" since the Democrats don't seem to be addressing them and asking for it to be toned down....
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Gosh I got thru maybe 7 seconds of that before I had to close my browser! The music was awful! lol
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I had my volume turned off.
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While people wearing t-shirts insulting Palin and supporters hanging effigys of her are apparently "not that big an issue" since the Democrats don't seem to be addressing them and asking for it to be toned down....
Insulting t shirts are a tradition in this country. Just do a google on "candidate name" hate t shirts and see what pops up. That's a non issue.

For the single incident of the Palin effigy, here's a fox news report:
http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/10...se-hate-crime/

Ohlberman blasted the person in LA who did the Palin effigy. He labeled him as the "worst person in the world". I agree with him.

Now how many times was this done to Obama without "an issue".

In Indiana:
http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dl...0502/810300430

In Oregon (and this was at a Christian university):
http://www.kgw.com/news-local/storie....a95f35cb.html

In Kentucky:
http://www.courier-journal.com/artic...EWS01/81029016

Has anyone heard about these? With the long history of this country of hanging black men from trees, these have IMO, far more horrendous implications than something done within a Halloween setting.

You're comparing a single incidence of Palin bashing to a concerted campaign against Obama. There is no comparison here.
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One of the really enjoyable things I've discovered over the last 8 years is that there are shrill partisans and conspiracy-under-every-rock theorists on every side in our country. I got about 3 seconds into that site before I shut it down, but I've had the same experience with the "Cheney puppetmaster" sites, etc.
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You're comparing a single incidence of Palin bashing to a concerted campaign against Obama. There is no comparison here.
There's plenty more, I just don't particularlly get into trashing people's threads with things they can research on their own.
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I had my volume turned off.
lol..I just got a new computer...and I wouldn't even know where to begin with that one!
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That's really funny Bruce, and not even worth the time to debunk it. Some republicans are getting really desperate as their party implodes from the inside.
you cant debunk it, cause its all true.
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Now how many times was this done to Obama without "an issue".

In Kentucky:
http://www.courier-journal.com/artic...EWS01/81029016

Has anyone heard about these? With the long history of this country of hanging black men from trees, these have IMO, far more horrendous implications than something done within a Halloween setting.

You're comparing a single incidence of Palin bashing to a concerted campaign against Obama. There is no comparison here.
Arrests have been made in the Kentucky case

http://www.courier-journal.com/artic...449/1008/rss01
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Arrests have been made in the Kentucky case

http://www.courier-journal.com/artic...449/1008/rss01
ok course, now someone shoudl impress me and do the same for the hanging palin .

and why was there not major news that shots where fired at the mccain bus?,
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ok course, now someone shoudl impress me and do the same for the hanging palin .
You'll have to take that up with the Secret Service. They actually investigated that one and just gave it an "oh well". None of the Obama instances seem to have received any Federal attention at all.

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and why was there not major news that shots where fired at the mccain bus?,
I don't know. Because it was just a rumor? Neither the McCain campaign nor the police in that region seem to have heard anything about it.
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http://www.sacunion.com/mark/?p=67

it was front page at fox at the time,
but showed up no place else that i know of.
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http://www.sacunion.com/mark/?p=67

it was front page at fox at the time,
but showed up no place else that i know of.
If it's true, then the bus driver either has nerves of steel, or is dumb as a stump, because he never called the police, the Secret Service, or the campaign

That link is interesting in the fact that the blogger heard it from someone who didn't see the bus, but heard about it from someone else. I'd not put a lot of stock in anonymous, 3rd hand information.
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