Saturday, April 26, 2008

Vote for Hillary!

In case it "wasn't obvious" why Barack Obama is unacceptable for America, watch this video:Now do you understand?


Anonymous said...

Hillary and Obama DESERVE each other.

Go McCain !

Anonymous said...

McCain, Clinton, Obama.
Sounds loke a new game show
"Pick your Liberal"
We have no choice this election.

Anonymous said...

One strong reason for McCain --

Supreme Court.

Anonymous said...

You should see the negative ad they cut after the John Mellencamp endorsemnt; made it sound like Obama was happy about foreclosures

Seriously, Obama did not name his book "Born to Run" or "Born in the USA" (that one might be debatable). He entitled his book "The Audacity of Hope" after a Rev. Wright sermon.

Rev. Wright is fair game because Sen. Obama put him there

Anonymous said...

If you liked that clip you'll love this one

Anonymous said...

RE: Rev. Wright is fair game because Sen. Obama put him there

Obama acknowledged Sunday morning on Fox News, "The fact that he is my former pastor makes it a legitimate issue.”

Guilt by association? You bet. Obama has called Wright his "mentor and uncle". Wright was not just a casual acquaintance. Their 20-year association calls Obama's judgment and real agenda into question (and the judgment and real beliefs of Obama supporters like Elizabeth Esty).

To liberals who scream about Rev. John Hagee's endorsement of John McCain : it's a specious comparison. Hagee was never a "mentor and uncle" to McCain. And McCain’s renunciation of Hagee’s views was swift and complete, unlike Obama’s parse-it-as-you-go-along response to the Wright scandals.

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised that a link like this was put on the blog. These videos serve no public interest.
They don't have any content that will help people decide who is the best candidate.

The dirty minded people that fund, create and distribute them should be ashamed of themselves for introducing dirty minded filth into the campaign. Quit the dirty tricks and let all the candidates, Clinton McCain and Obama present their thoughts.