Monday, October 20, 2008

The 'honorable' McCain campaign

First Dood keeping it classy. Backstory at John Cole's place.

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Blogger rockync said...

Number one: it's a lie. Charlie Manson was never hired by any legitmate group as a community organizer. In fact, he was in and out of jail most of his life before settling in CA and wreaking the havoc we know as Helter Skelter.
Two: Neither Obama or Biden have any ties however tenuous to Charlie Manson.
So Three: What the hell was the point of all that except to feed the homicidal mob and incite a riot?
First Dude should be arrested, not cheered. What a disgusting display of moronic hate mongering.
Do you get the feeling that McCain has lost control of his own campaign to the Palinator?

11:07:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Yes I do Rocky. She's totally ambitious and has a long record as a backstabber. She's doing what's good for her, not what's good for the campaign and certainly not what's good for the country.

12:29:00 PM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

Get a few miles from a city and you're broadcast TV choices are slim - unless you like 24 hour Jesus raving.

Anyway, Early the other morning, some Godforsaken local channel was running a long and expensive ad by some "ministry" dedicated to making sure that we don't pass hate crime laws.

Disgusting that this is what passes for religion and disgusting in that it's backed by people who want the First Turds of America to be able to slander anyone at will - or the will of Gawd, of course.

Is it only me, or does Palin remind anyone of Tanya Harding?

3:49:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

In terms of her ethics, certainly. THey're a lot alike.

4:10:00 PM  
Blogger rockync said...

Tonya Harding? She's a girl scout compared to Palin. If I was going to liken Palin to anyone, based solely on her behavior and utterings -- it would have to be Josef Stalin.
And I mean that most sincerely.

5:35:00 PM  

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