Ahh thank you for that post title! There was this blog that I was reading the other day and the title of her post was, "For all of you ladies who are still voting for McCain I ask you to reconsider" and then she put up all the comments that she has gotten from her 500 + readers on why McCain "scares" them... Seriously ticked me off. Stop encouraging people to vote for Obama!!! so once again go you!
obama- is the end of the world near? Sorry I did not click on the link and listen b/c I have made the decision to NOT listen to anything obama. I was forced one day in a Dr's office to listen to him, and I found a Bible on the table and held it in my lap. LOL Scared is a good word for what I feel.
The wonderful thing we Americans should be thankful for is that we have free choices in our lives.
If Obama wins we are all doomed! People how can we vote for someone with the middle name Hussein and wants to be sworn in on the carran (sp) and not the bible.He scares me!!!Go McCain/Palin 08'''''
Awesome! May I share?
I'm extremely nervous about Obama possibly becoming president. How can it be when he isn't a natural born US citizen and he won't even look at our flag when saying the pledge of allegiance? I just don't get it. I'm afraid of what this country is becoming. Thankfully, Jesus loves me and I will always have him!
Wow! That was an interesting video. It's a shame things like that can't get shown on mainstream news.
Hmmm, I don't support Obama anyway.
Rachel, please feel free to share it.
Good video to spell out the basics. However, I can not support a party that supports abortion.
Interesting, but my vote is for Obama. As for Rachel saying he is not a natural born citizen--he was born in Hawaii. McCain was born on a US Military base in the Panama Canal so is he a natural born citizen?
Obama is really muslim, swears in on the Quran, disrespects the pledge, hangs out with terrorists, blah blah blah- these are myths that are being perpetuated by racist bigots. Ive always had respect for McCain for not playing "dirty" and I appreciate that he has at least voiced his respect for Obama and countered some of these myths about Obama. However, it looks like Palin is taking the role of playing on American fears and prejudices. Anyone listen to her firing up the crowd with these "associations" to Obama? People start calling out to kill Obama. It just makes me sick. Thank you for reminding me why I am voting for Obama. Now, I just hope we can keep the guy alive in office.
oops, sorry, my comments are directed to posters here in the comment section, not to Christine. The video was interesting, thanks for linking it. I suppose I need to come out with a video about supporting McCain and yet voting for Obama!
Whatever...just because I don't support a certain candidate does not make me a "racist bigot".
Rachel - Believe me I am all for McCain/Palin!!! , but Obama was born here in America. UGH!! Just wanted to let you know..
Wow. That's all I can say about these comments.
jessica... all you mentioned was true, not false. Hw is a muslin.. Face it.
I'd like to know if Obama really knows how many states here are, cause I heard him say there were 57...
So did William get his bribe, I mean reward for trying it?
Martha,With the educational background that Obama has, I am fairly certain that he knows how many states are here in the US.
Maybe we should be careful of attacking a candidate for not being a "true" American or "natural" citizen. Our internationally adopted kids were born in another country and will never have the opportunity to run for president of the USA. They can live, pray, love, contribute, pay, serve, die for our country- are we going to doubt their patriotism? Their loyalty? Are we going to say that they are not real Americans?It is of course not automatically racist to not support Obama- one can disagree with his positions and policies and prefer those of another candidate. However, when discussion turns to the myths that he is a radical muslim (not a piece of cloth, anonymous!), unamerican, unpatriotic... then we are talking bigotry.
Jessica, I would beg to differ with you. I don't think that those things make one a "bigot". How do you know these are myths? I actually heard him say he was Muslim in an interview. I suppose there's no proof of the other things since I have never seen him say the pledge. Stop sounding so angry and let people have their different opinions without resorting to name calling.
I suggest that anyone who is tempted to believe myths about Obama to check out "snopes" and do their own research. It is also a good idea to read about candidate policies and positions in order to engage in a valid and effective debate.
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